Officials

Also called referees, they're in charge of controlling the game.
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Officials

The certified or qualified adult volunteers, who operate the many facets of a swim competition.
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officials

the crew chief, referee and umpire who control the game, stop and start play, and impose penalties for violations and fouls.
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Officials

the referee and 2 linesmen who work together to make sure the game is played according to the rules of soccer; responsible for stopping and restarting play, keeping track of the score and the time remaining and citing violations of the rules, called fouls; they wear uniforms that distinguish them from the players on both teams.
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Officials

the referee and 2 linesmen who work together to make sure the game is played according to the rules of soccer; responsible for stopping and restarting play, keeping track of the score and the time remaining and citing violations of the rules, called fouls; they wear uniforms that distinguish them from the players on both teams.
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Officials

There are as many as eight officials working a hockey game
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Officials

Two mounted umpires do most of the officiating, with a referee at midfield having the final say in any dispute between the umpires.
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officials

two referees and two linesmen on the ice calling infractions and handing out penalties plus several off-ice officials including two goal judges, the game timekeeper, the penalty timekeeper, the official scorer, the statistician and the video goal judge.
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