The basic requirements for a candidate applying to become and International Umpire (IU) are:
All candidates must ensure they have read the relevant Regulations in full in order to understand all of the qualifications required to become an International Umpire.
Only candidates who have attended an World Sailing Umpiring Seminar may request a Performance Assessment.
Assessments can be undertaken at an IU seminar or arranged at an event where an authorized Performance Assessor will be in attendance. Candidates who would like to arrange an assessment should contact the World Sailing Executive Office via email.
|Neven Baran (CRO)||Shane Borrell (NZL)||Sally Burnett (GBR)|
|Charley Cook (USA)||Brad Dellenbaugh (USA)||John Doerr (GBR)|
|Barbara Farquhar (USA)||Philippe Gomez (FRA)||Charlotte Greppe (SWE)|
|Bruce Hebbert (GBR)||Jack Lloyd (NZL)||Henry Menin (ISV)|
|Marianne Middelthon (NOR)||David Pelling (CAN)||Peter Shrubb (BER)|
|Jan Stage (DEN)||John Standley (AUS)|
|Shane Borrell (NZL)||Gerard Bosse (FRA)||Sally Burnett (GBR)|
|John Doerr (GBR)||Philippe Gomez (FRA)||Jack Lloyd (NZL)|
|Henry Menin (ISV)||Marianne Middelthon (NOR)||Jan Stage (DEN)|
|John Standley (AUS)|
|Chris Atkins (GBR)||John Doerr (GBR)||Jan Stage (DEN)|
These lists are subject to review annually at the World Sailing conference.
|International Umpire Performance Assessment Guidelines|
|Principal Event Guidelines|
|World Sailing First Application Package for Status as International Umpire 2016|
|World Sailing IU Reference Package 2016|
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