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Eric Grauffel

In STI Open 2007 was my first big job as IROA and my first job to work with the 3 times World Champion Eric Grauffel. Eric is somethink you much see shooting, ulala.

Eric Grauffel

Jerry and Kay Miculek

My first meet with Jerry Miculek and his wife Sharon Kay Miculek. From the first European Championship in Rifle level 4 match in Norway 200

Jerry Miculek

CZ Team

Here im together with the world champion in production Adam Tyc and his team fro CZ, in the Philippines for the AA3 Gun where Adam was the winner in Production.

Travis Tomasie and Me

From Ghotenborg Open 2012

Check the wall of fame

RO Certificate

This is the certificate you will get when you have done a IROA level I Seminar.

Rifle Certificate

This rifle certificate did I get when I was in Manila, and participated in Rifle and shotgun seminar

shotgun certificate

This shotgun certificate did I get when I was in Manila, and participated in Rifle and shotgun seminar

NROI

May 29 2007 was the big day for me. I got the message from IROA I now a member of IROA . im now á gray man, i have been working for that the last 3 years.

I will like to say thanks to Barry Pollard, Geir Owe, Jim Gibney for helping the way, but a special thanks goes to Anders Buchwald he help me a lot, he brought me for the first time to Philipsburg 2 years ago in 2005 and then he took the time of the job again last year and brought me to Quickborn, so Anders have been a big help for me, he teach me how to run a stage always have a clean stage, that’s what shooter like, they like to come to a clean and nice stage, he teach me so many thinks, thanks Anders and for all the other people there have been helping the way.

NROI Denmark

IROA

May 29 2007 was the big day for me. I got the message from IROA I now a member of IROA . im now á gray man, i have been working for that the last 3 years.

I will like to say thanks to Barry Pollard, Geir Owe, Jim Gibney for helping the way, but a special thanks goes to Anders Buchwald he help me a lot, he brought me for the first time to Philipsburg 2 years ago in 2005 and then he took the time of the job again last year and brought me to Quickborn, so Anders have been a big help for me, he teach me how to run a stage always have a clean stage, that’s what shooter like, they like to come to a clean and nice stage, he teach me so many thinks, thanks Anders and for all the other people there have been helping the way.

IROA

WHAT IS IROA

Range Officers form the support and infrastructure of practical shooting, and for this reason, we have organizations like the International Range Officers Association (IROA) and the various National Range Officer Institutes (NROI). They were designed to establish a structure for the creation, accreditation, recognition, and maintenance of match officials. Following the goals of the  Range Officer Creed,  these organizations will ensure that IPSC Range Officers are the best trained, the best qualified, and the best prepared, to a same world-wide standard. There exists a direct relationship between the quality of the officiating, and the quality of the competition. And because of this, officials around the world can be proud of becoming Range Officers. They can enjoy the camaraderie of their fellow officials, and be proud to be a part of the fraternity of IPSC Officials

The Purpose and Goals of IROA

Establish international training standards for IPSC Range Officials.
Advise on aspects relating to the safe conduct of competition.
Advise on rules of competition and principles of good course design.
Provide assistance to Regions in establishing their National Range Officer Organizations.
Publish a periodic newsletter.
Maintain an organized world-wide team of internationally accredited officials.
Certify International Officials.
Serve and support Level III, IV and Level V Matches.
Advise and set recommended minimum standards, and an annual maintenance program for IPSC Officials.

IROA FAQ

One of the ways IROA provides assistance and advice to Regions, and to all IPSC members, is by answering questions. We often get questions about rule interpretations, particularly when new rules are introduced. To assist in this area, we have an IROA FAQ which provides answers to frequently asked questions.
Certification of IROA Officials
IROA has specific requirements for the certification of officials. Once certified, IROA officials must accumulate match points each year to maintain their certification.
Experienced range officers may use this IROA Application form to apply for IROA certification. To view this form you need the Adobe™ Acrobat™ reader.

Match Points

Officials earn match points by officiating at matches, and different levels of matches earn different points.
Level I - 1 point
Level II - 2 points
Level III - 3 points
Level IV - 4 points
Level V - 5 points
IPSC Match Ratings
Match Ratings were designed to define the scope and nature of the match. A Level III Match is a Regional Championship. A Level IV Match is a Continental Championship. A Level V Match is the World Shoot.
This one I pick up in the main homepage of ipsc.org