|Roller Derby Officiating Game History|
|Any roller derby Official may use this form. Use of this form does not imply affiliation with a WFTDA or MRDA league.|
|How to use this form|
|• Make a copy of this Google document (File > Make a Copy ...) and name in the following format:||Officiating Name - Game History|
(Example: Jane Q Derby - Game History)
• Review this sample résumé to see examples of the below instructions:
|• DON'T DELETE ME! I'M IMPORTANT! Information on this tab is referenced by the other tabs in this Game History.|
|• Once you feel you have an adequate understanding of how to use this document, hide this tab by selecting the drop-down arrow at the right of the tab and select "Hide sheet".|
|• The Summary page is a snapshot of your officiating history in the WFTDA and MRDA|
|• Complete the personal information in rows 3 through 8.|
|• Click on the pink "Insert Photo Here" image and choose "Replace Image..." in the available drop-down menu. To resize, hold the Shift key and drag the bottom right corner of image.|
|• Enter the details for any Officiating Clinics attended in their respective association tables. Specify any Ref- or NSO-focused training, the city and state/province, and the year attended.|
|• Do not alter any other data below line 8. This information is automatically generated from the Game History. Making changes here will break your document formulas.|
Event Details -
|• DATE: Add new games at the top of your game history (above row 4). Format the date as YYYY-MM-DD. (This format is already set, so do not change it.)|
|• TOURNAMENT: Enter the name of any multi-day tournament here. For all other games, leave this field blank.|
◦ If you were a Tournament Head Official or Games Officer, make one entry for the entire tournament rather than listing all the games held during that tournament.
|• LOCATION: Enter the venue name and geographical location (city and state/province or, when outside North America, city and country).|
Leagues and Teams -
• In all instances, enter the full name of the league. Do not abbreviate as numerous leagues have the same initials.
|• HOST LEAGUE: Enter the full name of the league hosting the game. This is often determined in the game contract, so do not presume based on the game location.|
|• HOME TEAM/HIGHER SEED: Enter the full home league name and its team playing. Host Leagues are considered the home team if they are playing (unless specified otherwise in the game contract). If the Host League is not playing, the higher ranked team is considered the home team (unless specified otherwise in the game contract).|
◦ If the game was part of a tournament and you were a Head Official or Games Officer, leave this cell blank. Note the total number of games in the Notes cell.
|• VISITING TEAM/LOWER SEED: Enter the full visiting league name and its team playing. If the Host League is not playing, the lower ranked team is considered the visiting team (unless specified otherwise in the game contract).|
◦ If the game was part of a tournament and you were a Head Official or Games Officer, leave this cell blank.
Game Specifics -
• The terms that can be entered in these cells are restricted. If you attempt to use abbreviations not included in the charts below, you will receive an error message.
• Data in these cells can be filtered so you can view more specific information within the game history. Use the drop-down menu in the column head to define your filter.
• ASSOC: List the association abbreviation as defined in the Association chart below.
|◦ WFTDA: Games played between all-female teams, including WFTDA member/apprentice leagues and non-member/apprentice all-female teams that play by WFTDA rules.|
|◦ MRDA: Games played between all-male teams or an all-male team versus any other team as long as the game follows the current MRDA rules.|
|◦ Flat Track-rules games played by non-association teams should be separated into the most appropriate association category. Co-ed games are marked as an "Other" game type for WFTDA and "Regulation" for MRDA. If you are unable to determine to your best judgment WFTDA or MRDA, default to MRDA.|
• TYPE: List the type of game played as defined in the Game Type chart below.
◦ If the game does not conform to any of the defined Game Types listed in the chart below, list the game on the Other History tab.
• POSITION: List the position code of your role as defined in the Positions chart below. If you were a Head Official, enter T/C/HR or T/C/HNSO here.
• HO 2ND POSITION (IF APPLICABLE): If you were a Head Official working in another position (such as PBM or IPR), enter the code of that second position here.
• POSITIONAL SOFTWARE OPERATOR?: This pertains to positions that used Rinxter or software later endorsed to replace Rinxter (not league-coded apps). Mark this as
Head Referee/Witness, Head NSO/Witness, and Details -
• HEAD REFEREE: List the name of the game Head Referee. If you were the Head Referee, list the name of a witness who can confirm your participation, such as a team captain.
◦ If the game was part of a tournament, list the Tournament Head Referee in this cell and reference the Crew Head Referee in the Notes section.
• HEAD NSO: List the name of the game Head NSO. If you were the Head NSO, list the name of a witness who can confirm your participation, such as a team captain or league rep.
◦ If the game was part of a tournament, list the Tournament Head NSO in this cell and reference the Crew Head NSO in the Notes section.
• NOTES: Use this cell to detail any additional relevant game information.
(Example: "Championship Game," tournament details for THOs, or the reasons why the Game Type is "Other.")
|WFTDA||Women's Flat Track Derby Association||http://www.wftda.com/||Banked||Banked Track Roller Derby|
|MRDA||Men's Roller Derby Association||http://www.mensrollerderbyassociation.com/||USARS||USA Roller Sports|
|Juniors||Girls, boys, or mixed/agender||Games against or between 18yo or younger||MADE||Modern Athletic Derby Endeavor|
|Champs||Championship Tournament Games||A Sanctioned game played at an association-sponsored championship tournament.|
|Playoff||Playoff Tournament Games||A Sanctioned game played at an association-sponsored tournament, such as the WFTDA Division 1 Playoffs (not the Big "O" or MVC).|
|Sanc||Sanctioned Games||A Regulation game that counts toward rankings.|
|Reg||Regulation Games||Games played between two member/apprentice leagues that fully follow flat track rules, but the results do not count toward rankings.|
|Other||Non-Regulation Games||Games played near but not exact to the rules, e.g., home teams, non-association games, challenge bouts, 20-minute periods, some co-ed games, and other variations that do not fundamentally change flat track derby. Specify the change in the Notes cell.|
|GO||Games Tournament Oversight||Manages medium-to-large multi-day events to ensure fair competition, resolve grievances, and enforce tournament policies|
|THR||Tournament Head Referee||Head Referee for a tournament|
|CHR||Crew Head Referee||Head Referee of a fixed crew that works multiple games over the course of a tournament|
|HR||Head Referee||The final rules adjudicator during a game|
|THNSO||Tournament Head NSO||Head NSO for a tournament|
|CHNSO||Crew Head NSO||Head NSO of a fixed crew that works multiple games over the course of a tournament|
|HNSO||Head NSO||Leads the NSO crew and communicates non-skating information to the Head Referee|
|JR||Jammer Referee||Responsible for assessessing points scored by a Jammer|
|IPR||Inside Pack Referee||Responsible for pack definition|
|OPR||Outside Pack Referee||Responsible for penalty calls on the outside of the track|
|PT||Penalty Tracker||Tracks penalties called by Referees and communicates them to the IWB|
|PW||Penalty Wrangler||Assists the Penalty Tracker in hearing and communicating penalties|
|IWB||Inside Whiteboard||Creates a visual list of penalties received by players, whether they've sat for those penalties, and available timeouts|
|OWB||Outside Whiteboard||Prior to 2013 ruleset only. If your IWB is located on the outside of the track, continue to list the position as IWB|
|JT||Jam Timer||Begins each jam and acts as backup timer to the Scoreboard Operator|
|SK||Scorekeeper||Communicates the score from the Jammer Referee to the Scoreboard Operator, keeping a written record of each pass|
|SO||Scoreboard Operator||Maintains the official time and score for a game|
|PBM||Penalty Box Manager||Times penalties (typically for Jammers) and communicates box information to the center|
|PBT||Penalty Box Timer||Times penalties (typically for Blockers)|
|LT||Lineup Tracker||Tracks players that participate in each jam and when those players serve penalties|
|ALTR||Alternate Referee||Fulfills secondary duties and steps in when an active Referee needs to be replaced|
|ALTN||Alternate NSO||Fulfills secondary duties and steps in when an active NSO needs to be replaced|
|• This tab parses your Game History into one- and two-year increments. These data are used by the association tournament selection panels to confirm your eligibility for application.|
|• This sheet is locked to prevent tampering. All data are automatically generated from the Game History.|
|• This tab automatically populates all the data listed on the Other History tab. There is no personal data to enter here. You should make no changes to this tab.|
|• List game history in the same fashion as described above. List here all those games that do not meet the standards set by Game Type, including any games played under different rules.|
|◦ Juniors: Games played between junior-aged teams of matching skill levels, including girls versus girls, boys versus boys, and open/non-gender divisions.|
• This information is not considered as part of any WFTDA/MRDA evaluation of your experience but is included so that you may utilize a single game history for your officiating career.