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2017 UANA Judges list as of August 15, 2017

Please see the new forms for 2018 which now have been added below to add and/or confirm your current judges.  

Forms should have been sent from your
Federation to UANA by October 31, 2017

If you believe there is an error on the list, please inform by email the UANA TSSC Judges Coordinator Betty Hazle at:  bettyhazle@yahoo.com

The forms to use are available to be downloaded below.  Please understand that they will not open when you click on the link.  The forms and letters will be downloaded to your computer so that you can open and edit them. 

Spanish

CARTA PARA JUECES

CONFIRMACION PARA JUECES NADO SYNCHRONIZADO 

REGISTRO PARA NUEVO JUECES NADO SYNCHRONIZADO 

ACTIVITY REPORT JUECES NADO SYNCHRONIZADO
 

English
UANA JUDGES' LETTER

UANA CONFIRMATION FORMS

UANA SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING NOMINATION FORM

UANA SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING ACTIVITY REPORT FORM

FINA JUDGES' SCHOOLS WILL BE ANNOUNCED SOON.

JUDGES  - UANA CHAMPIONSHIP 2017

 

 

JUDGES' SCHOOL SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO

SEPTEMBER 16-21, 2015

Puerto Rico Awarded FINA Synchronized Swimming Judges School

Puerto Rico holds the first Synchronized Swimming Judges School of this coming season.

Front row Zuly Garcia, Ginny Jasontek, Rose Cody

Second row left to right Laura Rodríguez, Marilis Olmo, Carla Mendez, Claudia Aranguiz, Loreto Lizana, Natalie Martinez, Angela Gomez, Edith Pabon, Victoria Montedonico

Back row Berenice Perez, Mitzi Gronau, Larisa Garcia, Juan Carlos Frtuno, Leilani Torres

Comments from the attendees:

From Juan Carlos Fortuno: The resource assigned for the course, Mrs. Ginny Jasontek,  was outstanding. She has total command of the Synchronized Swimming Manual, and is an outstanding communicator of the various aspects of fair judging in this sport.

The detailed assessment and discussion of multiple solo, duet, group and combo routines were an asset for all of us in the process of becoming synchro judges. Thanks to the input and discussions, I certainly feel better prepared to endeavor us a judge in future competitions.

Please send my appreciation to Mrs. Jasontek. I am sure I speak not only for myself,but for the multiple delegations that participated in the workshop as well.

 

From Laura Montes:  It was a well-organized event with great participation. The instructor Ginny was excellent and she provided a collaborative and engaging course. I personally found it to be extremely valuable to develop as a judge.

Our thanks go to Rose Cody and Zully Garcia who arranged the venu and transportation and housing as well as giving all the students a grand warm welcome to San Juan.  Thanks also go to the Federation for their support in this very important venture to help UANA to present to FINA this pool of new judges for them to use in future events.

 
 

 

FINA JUDGES' SCHOOL TORONTO, CANADA

 

April 28, 2015 - May 2, 2015

 

 

Please see the documents linked below for the information and forms needed to attend the school.

Ginny has remarked that this is a wonderful opportunity for judges in the Americas to attend a FINA Judges' School here in North America.  I am certain that Canada will plan and execute a very successful school.

INFORMATION PAGE

SCHEDULE

NOMINATION FORMS

 

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UANA Judges attend the 

2014 UANA Synchronized Swimming Championship

August 16, 2014

Sixteen UANA/FINA Judges and the TSSC are shown to the right attending the championship and judging many events.  They judged hours of competition for 6 days and attended seminars for judging on four of those days.  The UANA TSSC would like to thank each one of them for their many hours of service to the event and look forward to seeing many of them in Mexico in September for the PASO Sports Festival.

 

 

 

 

2014 FINA JUDGES SCHOOL INFORMATION:

 

A FINA Judges’ School was held in San Antonio, Texas from January 31 - February 3, 2014. Twenty-six participants from the Americas participated in the course from the following federations: Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Jamaica, Mexico, Panama, Puerto Rico and USA. The Lecturer was TSSC Honorary Secretary, Virginia Jasontek from the United States. Local coordinator FINA "G" judge, Melodie Wallace provided local transportation as well as treated all participants to a river cruise on the historic San Antonio river. International Relations committee chair, Betty Hazle, organized the school and provided support for the Lecturer onsite.  

Judges present:

Last Name First Name Federation
Barrios Patricia  CHI 
Campbell Diahann  JAM 
Cardenas Sonia MEX 
Daudelin Josee  CAN
Del Busto Fernandez Rosa Amparo GUA
Gabbadon Christine JAM 
Gonzalez Valeska Marisol GUA
Hangen JoAnne  USA 
Hernandez Susana GUA
Hiller Cristina  CRC
Lamontagne Jessica  CAN 
Latchford Debbie  USA 
Marin Bonilla Laura  MEX 
McNabb Sheila  USA 
Navarro Lina  COL 
Osorio Lina  COL 
Rooney Britt  USA 
Russell Cheryl USA 
Sottile Lianna  CAN
Thompson Nicole JAM 
Vega Marisol  PUR
Venegas Viviana  CHI
Vila Islas Norma Patricia MEX 
Wallace Melodie  USA 
Zapata Lina COL 
Zapateiro Giselle  PAN

Two Synchronized Swimming Judges Schools for the Americas were held this past winter by FINA. They will be held in Aruba and the United States.  The school in Aruba will be held in Oranjestad from January 16-19th, and the school in the United States will be held in San Antonio, Texas from January 31st – February 3rd.  All FINA List Judges are required to attend a Judges School to be updated tested on the new technical rules.  The course were taught by Ginny Jasontek, Honorary Secretary of the FINA TSSC.