Tag: competition planning

In four minutes flat, there’s not a lot that you can start-to-finish accomplish. You could brush your teeth twice. If you have been active for awhile, you might be able to knock Fran out of the park. You could vacuum a single room of your residence (not including the baseboards, if you are so inclined). […]

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It is crucial that you communicate competition-day logistics to your athletes before event day. This sets you up for success and keeps your focus off of answering athlete questions throughout the day. We recommend sending your athletes an email with all the information they’ll need for competition day. We recommend sending this email 7-10 days […]

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A heat schedule is a must-have for a well-run competition. If you want to have a smooth competition, a heat schedule is absolutely essential. A heat schedule helps keep you on the clock. It keeps your athletes and judges informed about when they need to be ready. And a timeline ensures that you have “go-times” […]

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Few things have the ability to derail your competition like a lack of volunteers. But how many do you really need? That depends on the size of your competition. There are three basic categories your volunteers fall into: Executive Staff You, the event admin, cannot be the point person for everything. You need a small […]

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Most competitions offer swag bags for pick-up at the registration table on event morning. What you might not know is that the items in your swag bag can directly affect your event favorability. Athletes expect a well-curated bag, but that is at odds with your goal of keeping costs low. Here is a list of […]

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