Tag Archives: judging

Issue 41: Judging with Hans

Warning – A word of warning to begin with, this is not a recipe for judging! It is just my analysis of my way of judging. Of course I hope other judges, either beginning or experienced might benefit. Precision The technical routine first, because it makes it easier to explain how I work, then on […]

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Issue 39: Judging the Judges

Why should we judge the Judges? Competition is done, scores are posted, who cares? The first time I heard this question was after my first “attempt” as a shadow judge at an international competition in Le Touquet, France in 1991. I wasn’t sure judging would ever be something for me, and I wanted to know […]

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Issue 6: Field Crew Manual

The “No Secrets” Handbook for Sport Kite Competition Field Crews Introduction Sport kite competitions have grown by leaps and bounds over the last twelve years. Competitions that used to take an afternoon are now hard pressed to finish in three days. Events a few years ago that took three or four people to organize and […]

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