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Published on May 2, 2008

Author: Silvestre

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REFEREE CLINICS AT OLYMPIC GAMES AND OTHER HIGH LEVEL EVENTS :  REFEREE CLINICS AT OLYMPIC GAMES AND OTHER HIGH LEVEL EVENTS Practical advice based upon the Referee Theoretical Clinic Athens, 2004 Practical Issues:  Practical Issues The Rules give a basic framework to our activities as referees, scorers and line judges; We need to understand why the rule is there and what it is for; We need to apply them with common sense; convert KNOWLEDGE into WISDOM Remember: the teams have trained for years for this opportunity – for some just being here is a victory. We must allow them to give their best effort – to have their time in the sun. PRE-MATCH ORGANISATION:  PRE-MATCH ORGANISATION COOPERATION STARTS BEFORE THE MATCH 1ST SCORER 2ND LINEJUDGE JURY COACHES MOPPERS COURT MANAGER CAPTAINS BALL RETRIEVERS Pre-match Organisation 2:  Pre-match Organisation 2 2nd referee and scorer must check all six starting players and the Libero …when the line up sheets are handed in; …when the teams enter the court at Protocol; …before the match starts NOT ENOUGH TO CHECK ONLY FIVE! Note: Scorer/ 2nd / Jury no longer necessary to check Libero is on the line up sheet Pre-match 3: QUALITIES:  Pre-match 3: QUALITIES Referees: - in control - aware - communicative - cooperative - busy with line ups - busy with checking/ observing PROTOCOL:  PROTOCOL Referees: MAKE IT HAPPEN – 1ST DAY ESPECIALLY; PERSONALITY; “CONDUCT” THE EVENT; TIME AT THE NET; Scorers: EXPECT TO BE LOOKED AT BY 2ND REFEREE; GIVE TWO HANDED ok SERVICE RULE/ NET SERVICE:  SERVICE RULE/ NET SERVICE BALL HITTING NET…CONTINUES: = PLAY ON BALL HITTING NET…REBOUNDS = FAULT Fault = ball not passing through crossing space – whistle at that moment: do not wait. Signals? Indicate the side of the net. LIBERO:  LIBERO AUTHORISATION TO ENTER ENTRY POINT WHAT CONSTITUTES REPLACEMENT LATE REPLACEMENT WRONG REPLACEMENT LIBERO IN FRONT ZONE 1ST/2ND REFEREE – LIBERO PLAYING FAULTS FOOT POSITION AT TAKEOFF DETERMINES LIBERO IN OPPONENT FREE ZONE COACHES AND INTERRUPTION REQUESTS:  COACHES AND INTERRUPTION REQUESTS ASSISTANT CAN PRESS BUZZER BUT COACH MUST GIVE SIGNAL; PLAYER CLOSE TO SUBSTITUTION ZONE AT MOMENT OF REQUEST POSITION/ROTATION FAULTS:  POSITION/ROTATION FAULTS BUZZ WHEN THE WRONG SERVER HITS THE SERVED BALL. NOT ABOUT TRYING TO IMPRESS THE JURY MEMBERS BALL CROSSING THE ANTENNA:  BALL CROSSING THE ANTENNA LINEJUDGES 1ST/ 2ND REFEREE INTO FREE ZONE INTO TEAM COURT MOMENT OF ENTRY INTO SPACE ABOVE COURT MULTIPLE SUBSTITUTION:  MULTIPLE SUBSTITUTION COOPERATION 1ST REFEREE- 2ND REFEREE 2ND REFEREE- SCORER EYE CONTACT REASONS FOR RAISED HANDS TIMING OF EYE CONTACT NET CONTACT:  NET CONTACT DEFINITION:… NOT a fault… Exceptions… - action of playing the ball or - interferes with play CASES…… IMPROPER REQUEST:  IMPROPER REQUEST WHAT ARE THEY? - late requests - T/O OR SUB REPETITION CONSEQUENCES - DELAY - DELAY SANCTIONS DELAY:  DELAY REQUEST TO MOP/ FASTEN FOOTWEAR; LATE LIBERO REPLACEMENT – ALLOW; 2ND TIME? CONDUCT/ MISCONDUCT:  CONDUCT/ MISCONDUCT MINOR MISCONDUCT LEADING TO SANCTION SANCTIONING LEVEL CONSEQUENCE OF REPETITION LIAISON WITH 2ND REFEREE/SCORER COACH/ NON-PLAYER SANCTION Slide17:  LINEJUDGES DECISIONS BLOCK RETURN OUT signalled by(3) TOUCH Signalled by(3) RETURN: NO SIGNAL No. 1 No 2 No. 3 No. 4 fault No fault END OF THE MATCH:  END OF THE MATCH STAY VIGILANT! DUTY NOT OVER UNTIL THE VERY END CHECK THE SCORE SHEET THOROUGHLY

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