Executive Race Committee
mission of the Executive Race Committee (ERC) is to assure that the Joint Lake Racing
program has the highest quality race management possible consistent with the
Joint Lake Race Schedule and the weather conditions.
Executive Race Committee is made up of 12 people that are regulars members of
CSC or WRBC, active racing sailors and have demonstrated their ability to be
rated one of the top race management people on the lake.
member is assigned one month to act as the ERC member for the races in that
period. The duties shall include (but not limited to) the following:
the Principle Race Officer (PRO) of the fleet having the duty early in the week prior to
duty. Advise the PRO of any special events taking place on the water or
off, which could effect the races.
with the duty fleet PRO before the races, verify that there are sufficient
qualified personal to run races. The ERC member has the final say as to
the qualification of the personnel.
the race committee, if needed, in opening locks, locating equipment and
making correct connections.
assigned ERC member should sail in the races, either as a helmsman or
available between races to advise on questions, and assist in equipment
the end of the races for the day, the ERC member should thank the race
committee on behalf of the sailors.
all of the paper work is complete, and the scores posted. Discuss any issues that caused problems for the race committee.
protests are filed, the ERC member should be available to make sure proper
procedures are followed and the protest is disposed of correctly. The ERC
member should not be a member of the protest committee.
the appropriate people of equipment problems that need to be addressed
before the next race.
the case that an assigned fleet fails to provide sufficient qualified
personnel, the ERC member shall form a race committee from volunteers and
run the races as scheduled.