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a) Meet Managerb) Management Committeec) Starter6. When must a protest be made?a) Before the end of the meetb) Before the end of the sessionc) Within 30 minutes after a race
Exclusively for the use of CatSU Students7. Who rules on protests arising from the competition?
8. Swim-offs are used to:
9. Swim-off contestants are:
10. How do you get disqualified from swimming?a) If a swimmer leaves the starting block before the starting signalb) If you did not enter another swimmer's lane and did not stay underwater longer than15 meters at the start of a race.c) If you always report the starting platform prepared to swim at the start of hisscheduled heat.d)If you touch the wall when executing a turn
IDENTIFICATION:Differentiate technical from non-technical officials. Give five (5) examples of each.
PE 3Swimming | 40For educational purposes only
PE 3Swimming | 41Exclusively for the use of CatSU StudentsFor educational purposes onlyLet's Learn!Knowing the Rulesand Regulations inSwimmingFamiliarize with theOfficialsKnow the differencebetween TechnicalOfficials and Non-Technical OfficialsKnow the Officials'Duties andResponsibilitiesLearn the BasicRules in SwimmingModule MapDefinition of TermsAdjudicateto make an official decision about who is right(especially duringdispute or argument).Appointone official’s power to choose helping officials for substitution ormulti-tasking(for example, if there is an absence of official on the event).Basic Rulesfoundation or the core rules of the sport.Disqualificationan action given to a player who acted differently in the givenrules of the event or worse, the rules of FINADutiesthings or tasks to be done by the officials.FINA - Federation Internationale deNatationNGBNational Governing BodyOfficialsperson or group of personswhogovernthesport.Theyareresponsible for securing that the FINA’srule is being followed.Take - Offthis refers to the divingaction or the moment the feet of theswimmers leave the starting block.This is the official logo of FederationInternationale de Natation (FINA). Youcan also check the website using thislink:Figure 14. Source:
PE 3Swimming | 42Exclusively for the use of CatSU StudentsFor educational purposes onlyIntroductionSwimming in recreation and sports is the propulsion of the body through water by combinedarm and leg motions and the natural flotation of the body. Swimming as an exercise is popular becauseit is an all-around body developer and is particularly useful in therapy specifically for physicallyhandicapped persons.

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