At EVERY competition there is an obligation for competing clubs to provide a number of qualified judges, the number required is proportional to the number of club competitors entering. For every 3 competitors we must supply a judge/official. You do not need to be a coach to be able to judge, just be willing to represent the club. Without qualified judges, we cannot take part in trampolining competitions.
To become a Club judge, you must attend a British Gymnastics 1½ day training course (normally held over a weekend) and hold British Gymnastics membership, which Cambourne Comets Trampoline Club will happily fund if you are willing to volunteer for this role.
If judging is something you would like to know more about or you are willing to volunteer for this role then please speak to one of our coaches.
Club Judge (regional competitions)
Candidates must be at least 15 years old on the first day of the course. For all judging courses it is the club’s responsibility to train all candidates in the recognition of skills up to and including somersaults in all shapes. Candidates must have a background knowledge of competitions and the roles involved.
Relevant competition rules.
Competition structure and procedure.
Recording of individual and team competitions.
30 minute Theory Paper: 11 questions covering the syllabus. Pass mark 60%.
Practical: Form judge 5 routines up to difficulty 4.0. Pass mark 60%.
County Judge (national competitions)
Candidates must be at least 16 years old on the first day of the course and have held the Club Judge award for a minimum of 1 year. Candidates must have judged at a minimum of 8 BG approved competitions of the appropriate level since gaining the Club Judge award.
Knowledge of competition rules.
Judge difficulty up to a level of 5.0 tariff using FIG numeric system.
Recording of synchronised competition.
1 hour Theory Paper: 20 questions covering the syllabus. Pass mark 70%.
Practical 1: Form judge 5 routines up to difficulty 7.0. Pass mark 70%.
Practical 2: Difficulty judge 5 routines up to 5.0 tariff using FIG numeric system. Pass mark 70%.