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To be considered active, an official must have officiated a minimum of one event within the past 24 months.
An individual sixteen years of age or older who is responsible for accurate technical panel process and for authorizing, correcting, deleting and adding elements to the list of elements performed during an event. A BLTO assists with the identification of elements in competition. The BLTO will also assist with the identification of falls and illegal elements where appropriate to the level. BLTO are qualified to act on panels at or below a specified level of competition in singles only and can only be assigned to events where elements can be called no higher than base level.
An exemption that permits a skater to pass to the next level of competition without competing at a prerequisite level.
A championship that qualifies athletes toward and including, but not limited to, the ISU Four Continents Figure Skating Championships, the ISU World Figure Skating Championships and the Olympic Winter Games.
A championship that qualifies athletes toward the ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships.
The name for each level of competition within a discipline. Examples of categories are STAR 1, STAR 2, Pre-Juvenile, Juvenile, Pre-Novice, etc.
An experienced judge or technical panel official who has been specifically trained as a clinic leader/learning facilitator by the section and appointed by the Skate Canada Officials Development Committee.
Husband, wife (or common law spouse), mother, father, grandfather, grandmother, daughter, son, granddaughter, grandson, sister, brother, niece or nephew and such similar relationships created at law.
A club competition is defined as one for which only members of the holding club are eligible.
July 1 - June 30 of any given year
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