Udder Chaos 2020 🐄 Officiating Application
Madison Roller Derby's 3rd annual Udder Chaos!
🗓️ Event dates: April 17-19, 2020
🏟️ Venue: Hartmeyer Ice Arena
1834 Commercial Ave, Madison, Wisconsin 53704
✨ Planned for 16-17 games total - regulation & sanctioned, primarily WFTDA, possibly some MRDA, possibly a juniors game. (single track)
🍕 Madison provides hot meals and snacks all weekend long for officials!
✦ Tournament Head Officials: Toxic Marcotic & Sho'Nuff (THNSOs) - The Gorram Reaver & Otto Korrect (THRs)
✧ Tournament Head Announcer: Rich Mahogany
✦ Games Tournament Oversight:
✧ Crew Head NSOs:
✦ Crew Head Refs:
The aim for this event is to staff 2 crews* and a stats crew.
*The 2 crews will be fluid "super-crews", whether that means it consists of a greater number of members than needed for 1 single game, or if it means building half-crews that mix and match with one another. Officials will remain with the same crew of people throughout the weekend, but possibly switching positions for different games.
This event will offer a number of different game types/levels, and so along with this staffing style there will be opportunities for all officials to learn, mentor, grow, develop, and/or lead! This also allows officials to get more games per day than having 3 separate crews.
We will be utilizing CRG Penalty tracking. So those interested in learning, as well as those looking to brush up on it for post-season, are encouraged to apply!
Stats Crew: You'll notice some choices in the following questions regarding Stats positions.There is a growing trend of STATS being an included member in crews and/or an additional committee during multi-day events & tournaments that one can apply for. This position would include reconciling paperwork and entering electronic stats on-site (possibly even live-during the game, pending the crew's comfort), and working with THs/CHs/GTO in providing feedback. It provides great experience in learning/reviewing the paperwork and knowing common issues to look for & correct (either as an official, skater, coach, or event volunteer). You do not need to be an official for this position, but must understand officiating (or be looking to learn about it). This provides crews with instant feedback to improve game flow and completion of paperwork, and gives teams instant stats to review asap. The Stats crew would ideally be their own dedicated group, but you can also offer your skills during any down time you may have if you are also staffed in another position.
➡️Application Deadline / Invitation Timeline⬅️
For Udder Chaos 2020, crews are planned to be set 2-3 months in advance (January 2020).
As such, Crew Head invitations will be sent out in December.
This application form will remain open until the event is sufficiently staffed (rolling application).
For any questions, please contact:
🤩We hope to see you soon!🤩
Full Derby Name
If you use your legal name, please enter it again here.
Shorthand Derby Name / Nickname
What do you go by?
Your pronouns, if you would like to share
Insurance carrier and ID Number (Example: "WFTDA 123456"). ☆ Required for all skating officials, optional for all other applicants. If you are not applying to be on skates, you can enter "n/a".
Please type out full league names, and do not use acronyms. If you are an independent official, please type exactly that: "Independent".
Link to Game History
WFTDA Officiating Histories strongly encouraged. Be sure it is public (visible to anyone with the link). If you do not have one and are applying to officiate, you can create one! See
for the template.
Desired Role(s) - Part 1 (Officiating & Stats)
You can select multiple, if applicable.
Desired Role(s) - Part 2
Are you interested in being a Crew Head Official?
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