This Code of Conduct encourages the Dragon Boat Racing Team to work together, to play with good sportsmanship and to treat team members, the coach. s[pmsprs. race prgamozers. and the public with respect.
Maintain pride in self and team. Strive to keep high standards of conduct. Cheering is always encourage for one’s own team. No taunts, chants, noises, cheers, songs, profanity, signs or motions directed to the opposing team, coaches or officials. Treat everyone with respect. Positive signs may be displayed for one’s own team. No disrespect will be shown to the opposing team during introductions/races/or finishes. Abide by the decisions of the officials. Accept victory or defeat graciously. We encourage no consumption of alcohol or illegal drugs between races.
Commitment to the team is shown through regular practice attendance, however, it is understood that things happen which are out of your control. With this in mind expected attendance standards are:
There are no race fee refunds if you don’t notify the Captain/Coach with legitimate reasons that you can’t attend the race 2 weeks prior to race dates.
Team members will not disrespect the Team Captain, Coach, team members, sponsors, or race event organizers in any form of public media whether the media be verbal, printed, or electronic (websites, chat rooms, blogs, etc.) Vulgar language is not enjoyed or appreciated.
All team members, including the Steersperson and Drummer are expected to go back to the team’s camp immediately after each race heat for a proactive team debriefing. The Team Coach will be responsible for managing the direction and discussion content of the feedback which takes place. In the case of disagreement with race officials, the Team Coach will bring concerns (s) forward with the race organizers.
It is important that team members are available for all practice and race heats assigned to them. Members are to consult with the Team Coach before steering or drumming for another team.
Team members are expected to wear their team shirt during all race heats.
To help stop escalation of conflict, members are encourage to discuss it with the Team Coach/or Team Captain rather than with other team members. The Team Coach or Captain is responsible for talking to the person (s) involved to work out a resolution.
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