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Sask Athletics is the Prov Sport Governing Body for track & field, cross country, road racing and a branch of Athletics Canada.

 

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NEWS AND INFORMATION

CURRENT OFFICIALS - as of April 2020

2022 Officials Membership Form - Remember if you compete as an athlete or coach as well as officiate, please complete both forms

Level 1 & 2 - $10 annual fee
Level 3, 4 & 5 - $20 annual fee

 

Saskatchewan Officials Committee
Chair - Brenda O'Connor
L1&2 Coordinator - Ken McKechney 
Up-Grading - Mary Stewart Torrie 
Regina & area courses and upgrading - Alan Brown 
Clinics & educational opportunities - Rhonda Tremblay 

Click here for Athletics Canada Membership Number


Recognition Program for Saskatchewan Athletics Officials
(sessions worked)

Purpose of the program – retention of officials
Award time spent coordinating and officiating
Award officials who do not want to travel or upgrade

Applies to Saskatchewan Athletics Sanctioned Meets Only

  1. The Coordinator (includes Event Coordinator and Meet Official Coordinator) for a particular meet would receive 1 credit for the indoor season and 1 credit for the outdoor season at Sanctioned Meets.
  2. An official will receive 1 credit for every session worked (a session is up to 4 hours = 1 credit).
  3. After working 5 sessions the official would receive 1 incentive item.
  4. After working 15 sessions the official would receive another incentive item.
  5. A twilight meet would count as 1 session.
  6. High School Provincials will count as will Cross country and road race events.

Once one level is achieved, officials would start back at 0 sessions to work towards the next level. The recognition will not interfere with achieving levels.

5 sessions

15 sessions

35 sessions

70 sessions

Cinch sack/
Lanyard/Pen

Shirt/Hat

Waterproof Clipboard

Long Sleeve Shirt

Officials Levels Acheived:

Level 3 - Equipment Bag/Rule Book
Level 4 - Sweatshirt
Level 5 - Vest

If an official wishes to purchase an item (excluding the IAAF Rule Book), they must have already received that particular item.

Years of Service Acknowledgements

It is important that officials are acknowledged for their 'Years of Service'.  To this end Saskatchewan Athletics strives to maintain 'Years of Service' lists.  Officials who have officiated are invited to the Annual Awards Dinner and are publically acknowledged.  'Years of Service' acknowledgements are categorized by 20+ Years, 25+ Years, 30+ Years, 35+ Years, 40+ Years, 45+ Years and 50+ Years. 

Saskatchewan Athletics also acknowledges all Saskatchewan Officials who have officiated 40 years with a gift of a $150 cheque.  The recipient is invited to the Annual Awards Dinner held in October where they receive the cheque.  The recipient is also acknowledged in the slide presentation along with the Award Winners. 

Saskatchewan Athletics Officials are also acknowledged after 25 years of officiating by receiving a navy windbreaker presented on behalf of the Bob Adams Foundation.  The recipient(s) is also acknowledged in the slide presentation along with the Award Winners at the Annual Awards Dinner.

 

Saskatchewan Officials Committee

Forms

Travel Expense Form

Mentoring and Upgrading

Provincial Upgrading Procedures – Levels 1, 2 and 3

National Officials Committee (NOC) Upgrading Criteria - Updated January 2021

Official's Upgrading Request Form - Use this form for upgrading to Level 3

List of credits for upgrading Example (to be included with Request for Upgrading) - Excel version

NOC Official's Upgrading/Certification Program

Rule Books (World Athletics) - Competition and Technical Rules (2020 Edition)

National Official's Committee Guidelines for the Implementation of World Athletics Shoe Rule 5

Rule 5 Shoe Guide


Links

Visit the Athletics Canada Officials Website:
athleticscanada.ca/programs/officials (Links to Officials 101 and Officials 201 found on this page)

Visit the Sask Sport Officials Website: 
sasksport.ca/programs-education/officials-development/

 

 

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