PUBLISHED BY RACE MANAGEMENT AND JUDGING & UMPIRING COMMITTEES
These Guidelines are published in
dealing with complaints received concerning the conduct and competence of
RYA-certified Race Officials.
Race Management Guide
Best practice and aide memoire for race officers.
GDPR Guidance for Race Officials
Guidance on delivering a high-quality results service at championship events.
Club Notice of Race
The Notice of Race (NoR) is a requirement of the RRS and exists to set out the conditions under which the racing will be run. It allows a competitor to decide whether they wish to participate or not, and to understand (and therefore plan) the general structure of the racing.
RYA Race Officials qualifications for expatriates
Guidance on the use of gate marks.
Guidance on how to operate a gate start.
Information for Observers at Hearings
Guidance for the protest committee about, and information for, observers at protest hearings.
Suggested texts that the protest committee may want to post for competitors at an event.
Judging and Umpiring
Best practice for judges and umpires at events of varying levels and importance.
Photography at Events
Guidelines for RYA race officials on taking and publishing images of competitors at events.
Race Officials Code of Conduct
Guidance on expected levels of behaviour and practice for RYA race officials during events
On the area for Race Officials on the RYA website are
a number of spreadsheets to aid Race Officers and Mark Layers in setting course
size to achieve an agreed race "Target Time". Initially created to
cover the Olympic Classes during the lead in to the 2012 Olympics, these have
been regularly updated over the years to revise the data and more recently
expanded include the Current Olympic Classes.
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