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Updated 15 April
Marshals, Checkers, Observers, Clerks & Stewards

(1)       A marshal MUST be allocated to each position indicated on the Police Notification Form AND to each position advised in the Risk Assessment Document. Each marshal should be issued with a fluorescent jacket and they should be advised it is their responsibility only to indicate the route to be taken and not to direct traffic.


(2)       Checkers are NOT marshals. Their job is solely to make a note of all the riders passing their checking point to enable the event promoter to ensure that all finishers have completed the whole course.


(3)       Observers are required in both Open and Club events to ensure that CTT regulations are adhered to and breaches reported.


(4)        A clerk should be appointed to assist the timekeeper by recording the .number sequence of all finishers passing the finish point.


(5)       A starting steward should be appointed to ensure that all CTT national and local regulations are adhered to at the start of the event. The steward may also act as a relief  'pusher-off’. The steward should be a responsible member of the promoting club and should have the authority to disqualify riders in breach of regulations. In the event of any dispute between a rider and the Starting Steward, the District Committee recommends that the rider be allowed to start and then be given  a time for the event - SUBJECT TO INVESTIGATION. In these circumstances a written report of the alleged breach of regulations must be forwarded to the District Secretary.



Each of the above officials must have precise instructions as to what is required of them. These should be written down and included with a copy of the start sheet. They should contain...


(1) The precise place where the official is expected to be


(2) The time at which they are expected to be in position


(3) What they are expected to do


(4) A prepared sheet for them to record any details, competitor numbers etc.