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Meet Instructions and Procedures
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Subject Article: Timing Protest Procedure
 Timing Protest Procedure
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Posted: September-30-2018 at 7:59am | IP Logged
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This procedure gives the instructions for protesting a timing question that occurred during a Penn Del League meet.

Timing Protest

A Timing protest is when a timing error has been found in the meet results of a Penn Del Swim League dual meet. The error can be identified by the coach, referee or an administration official.

Once the error is identified, it is the home team's administration official's responsibility to correct the timing issue, process the paperwork and submit the corrected time to the proper commissioner

The AO must obtain the calc screen report from the heat with the timing error. The AO then uses meet paperwork to determine the correct time. The AO shall fill out the info on the calc sheet using the league approved format to determine the correct time. The home team AO shall coordinate the timing resolution with the away teams AO. The corrected calc sheet then must be scanned and emailed to the appropriate commissioner. The commissioner will then make the change in the official results and the have the results reposted.

If there are two AO's and they cannot agree on the correct time. Each of the AO's shall perform a timing adjustment on separate calc screen reports, indicate the time they believe should be used and send the corrected calc reports to the appropriate commissioner to make the final decision on which is the correct time.

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