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VOLUNTEER POSITIONSFINISH LINE SPOTTER

Stationed a little way up the road from the finish, the spotter radio's ahead to the finish line to warn of riders approaching and approx numbers in bunch. They also supply split times for each grade

Arrival Time

Please ensure you arrive at least 1 hour prior to the published race start time. If by unforseen circumstances you are running late please phone ahead to the Race Director to let them know.

Equipment Required

High visibility vest, radio, pen, pad, bell, "laps to go" cards and flag. Take the appropriate clothing for the prevailing weather conditions. It gets cold standing in the one spot for two or three hours.

Prior to the start of the race

  • Attend Finish Line Judge's briefing.
  • Collect the equipment you require.
  • Check the radio is operating (the channel has been set)

Call Sign

If you have a radio please use the name on your folder as your call sign: eg. LEAD CAR, CAR B, Spotter etc.

During the event

  • Make sure that you safety vest is worn correctly.
  • Do not get distracted by spectators. You need to give this job your full attention.
  • Radio the finish line as soon as riders become visible.
  • Radio the split times to the finish line for each bunch

After the Race

  • Return your radio, stop watch and vest to the designated person
  • Complete your post race task that is on the schedule sheet
  • Attend the debriefing
  • Notify the Race Director before you leave


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