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Old Tue Feb 22, 2005, 12:57pm
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I officiated basketball back in college and now 25 years later I am getting back into it for track.

My question is where is the best place to obtain the necessary uniform, etc.

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Dave Hoort
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Old Wed Feb 23, 2005, 08:24am
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Originally posted by dhoort
I officiated basketball back in college and now 25 years later I am getting back into it for track.

My question is where is the best place to obtain the necessary uniform, etc.

Thanks.

Dave Hoort
Dave,
Welcome to the forum.

Try this link:
http://www.honigs.com/browse_products.asp?Cat=1&Sub=89

I'm looking for a .32

mick

[Edited by mick on Feb 24th, 2005 at 08:59 AM]
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Old Mon Mar 14, 2005, 08:30pm
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Uniform worn by Track/Field officials will depend on where you will be assigned meets and the association you belong too.

Pretty much the standard for outdoors is khaki pants/shorts and white polo possibly with an assocation logo along with a some kind of (optional) hat.
There are many other variations, such as for indoor meets where the uniform might be grey or black pants w/white polo or be grey pants with white shirt w/tie and a blue blazer.
invitationl meets sometimes supply shirts and they can be of many colors.

USATF meets have what they call a "National" shirt.

Bottom line is join an officials association and they'll tell you what the proper uniform is.
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Old Sat Mar 26, 2005, 12:23am
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i am in my schools track anfd field this year its my 1st time so hes going little easy on the new ppl but on ppl that did train on the off season he gos harsh on about 15 miles aday! and for new ppl like myself seens i am not that fast because i never took a sport beofre and my dads a havey smoker i am in the ppl that didnt train in the off season but we have to run 30-40 mins everyday no matter wat weather and wat the ground is like..
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