The Board of FEIF has appointed the Chief Judges for sport for the World Championships 2023 (Oirschot, NL). Þorgeir Guðlaugsson will be the Chief Judge at the event, he will be assisted by Susanne Braun as the Deputy Chief Judge.
The team of chief judges is appointed by the Board of FEIF upon recommendation by the Sport Committee at least 10 months before the start of the World Championships. Those with the right to nominate the Chief Judge and the Deputy Chief Judge are: the Member Countries, the Sport Judges Committee, the Sport Committee and the FEIF Board.
In addition to the chief judge and the deputy chief judge, a group of 12 judges will be appointed to judge the World Championships. All judges must have been FEIF licensed international sport judges for a period of at least one year prior to their appointment. They also must have judged at least five FEIF WorldRanking events in the period of one year prior to their appointment.
The judges will be selected by a special selection committee of three persons, consisting of the World Championships Chief judge, one representative of the FEIF Sport Judges Committee and one representative of the FEIF Sport Committee. The judges will be selected from a list of all entitled FEIF licensed international sport judges who have declared themselves available to the selection committee.
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