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Freestyle Officials and Judges

Freestyle Officials and Judges

Freestyle officials ensure that U.S. Ski & Snowboard competitions run efficiently and fairly by the rules. They are responsible for the safe conduct of the event and the accurate timing, judging, and scoring. They also play a key role in ensuring that the spirit of the sport and competition is maintained.

In the end, officials are responsible for providing the best possible experience for U.S. Ski & Snowboard athletes.

 

FIS Freestyle and Snowboard Technical Delegate Clinic in Guelph, ON (CAN), 19th - 21st October, 2018.

The invitation can also be downloaded here:

https://cloud.fis-ski.com/index.php/s/Yt4xUVXISNpYSbs

Freestyle Judges and TD Clinics

A reminder that all A level judges must attend the FIS A level judges clinic to be considered for a World Cup assignment. The A clinic is open to all freeskiing judges and FIS Certified A and B freestyle judges. All participants must be current members of their national ski association.

**Please no attendance to A level if C Certified, unless prior permissions is given.**

New FIS policy: Judges must attend the FIS clinic scheduled in their region. If one wants to go to another clinic they must have permission from their NSA.
*There will be limited paper handouts and most clinic materials will be electronic.  Feel free to bring your laptop to the clinic.*

Fis Freestyle Judges B Clinic

The 2018 FIS Freestyle Judges B Clinic - TBD

This clinic is open to all FIS Certified B and C freestyle judges. Freestyle judges that wish to apply for a FIS C level (National certification) license may attend. All participants must be current members of their national ski association.

New FIS policy: Judges must attend the FIS clinic scheduled in their region. If one wants to go to another clinic they must have permission from their NSA.