Time Keeper, Starter, Marshaller & Officiating Registration
Please submit time keeping registrations by 21 August, 2023
Swimming Tasmania - Technical Official RolesNOTIFY OF WITHDRAWALS
Please note, times are approximate and subject to change.
If you are unable to make your registered time slot you must source your own replacement.
When entering swimmers to compete, be mindful there is an expectation that a Guardian/Parent will commit to a timekeeping slot on the roster. For club meets time keepers are required to assist in enabling swimmers to record a time. For Swimming Tasmania meets to enable Tasmanian swimmers to be able to register an official time, HC time keepers are required for all meets. Time keeping requires a person to click a button when a orange light is activated at the start of the race and then press two button with the swimmer touches the wall. One timekeeper also be tasked to record the times off the stop watches. There is always a chief timekeeper who is able to assist new people to the role.
Further information on time-keeping and other official roles can be found here: