Roller Derby Test O'Matic

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Pass mark: 36 / 45
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1 A skater is straddling the track boundary line, which of the following can they do?
  1. not engage, not block, and not assist
  2. block
  3. engage
  4. only block and assist
2 Numbers on the arm/sleeve must be:
  1. Between two inches (5 cm) and four (10 cm) inches tall
  2. Between two inches (5 cm) and five inches (13 cm) tall
  3. Between one inch (2.54 cm) and two inches (5 cm) tall
  4. Between three inches (7.5 cm) and five inches (13 cm) tall
3 A skater with a Jammer helmet cover on commits a penalty prior to the start of the jam. Assuming they weren't in the previous Jam, what position do they serve as they sit for their penalty?
  1. Pivot
  2. Blocker
  3. Jammer
4 Which blockers may skate in front of an opposing skater to impede their movement on the track?
  1. Only blockers in play
  2. Only blockers in The Pack
  3. Any blocker on their own team
  4. Only Pivots
5 A No Pack situation occurs; all the skaters from one team are more than 10 feet (3 meters) ahead of all the skaters in the opposing team. Which of the following must the rear group do, until a pack has reformed?
  1. Accelerate forwards
  2. Move forwards, but the speed doesn't matter
  3. Actively brake
  4. Coast forwards
6 True or False: Once a Jammer legally earns a point, it can never be taken away.
  1. True
  2. False
7 True or False: When engaging an opponent, elbows may not be swung with a forward/backward motion.
  1. True
  2. False
8 True or False: If you intentionally create a No Pack situation you may be given a penalty?
  1. True
  2. False
9 True or False: It is legal for skaters to grab and hold each other's uniform or equipment to prevent an opponent passing between them.
  1. False
  2. True
10 True or False: A Pivot Blocker false starts for being out of position at the jam-starting whistle when the Pivot Blocker is touching beyond the Pivot Line.
  1. True
  2. False
11 An in bounds skater may actively block or hit a returning skater when ....
  1. any part of the returning skater's skates are touching any in bounds track territory
  2. both of the returning skater's skates are completely within the track territory
  3. both of the returning skater's skates are touching any in bounds track territory
  4. no part of the returning skater's skates are touching any in bounds track territory
12 During an overtime jam, Jammers start scoring points on which pass through the pack?
  1. First (Initial)
  2. Third
  3. Fourth
  4. Second
13 True or False: If the referee is in doubt on a call, i.e. the referee sees the effects of a hit but does not see the action, a penalty must not be called.
  1. True
  2. False
14 A skater skates out of bounds to increase speed. This is a/an:
  1. No Impact/No Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. Penalty
15 True or False: Intentionally committing an Illegal Procedure is not insubordination.
  1. True
  2. False
16 True or False: The penalty clock only runs when the jam clock is running.
  1. True
  2. False
17 True or False: The skating surface and boundary lines don't need to have a particularly high contrast with each other.
  1. False
  2. True
18 True or False: A team may have three blockers seated in the penalty box at one time.
  1. False
  2. True
19 Two skaters recklessly contact an opponent whilst forming an illegal multiplayer-block. This is a/an:
  1. No Impact/No Penalty
  2. Penalty
  3. Expulsion
20 True or False: During an overtime jam, Jammers can score points on opposing Blockers on their first pass through the pack.
  1. True
  2. False
21 Jammer A has been sent to serve one minute (two 30 second penalties) in the penalty box as a result of two penalties being issued. Jammer B is sent to the penalty box when Jammer A has 45 seconds remaining (so has served 15 seconds). How long does Jammer B stay in the penalty box?
  1. No time (0 seconds)
  2. 10 seconds
  3. 1 minute and 45 seconds
  4. 45 seconds
22 True or False: A team may name a new Designated Alternate, if the existing Designated Alternate is injured and unable to continue in the game.
  1. False
  2. True
23 True or False: Handwritten numbers on the arm are acceptable.
  1. True
  2. False
24 How many Pack referees can be stationed inside the track?
  1. No more than two
  2. No more than one
  3. No more than three
  4. None
25 The signal to begin a period is
  1. One short whistle blast
  2. Four short whistle blasts
  3. Two long whistle blasts
  4. Four long whistle blasts
26 Red Jammer is sent back to the penalty box shortly after being released from the penalty box. Red Jammer had been previously released early due to Blue Jammer sitting down in the penalty box. Blue Jammer is still in the penalty box when Red Jammer arrives. What happens?
  1. There is no Jammer on track whilst both jammers serve their required penalty time
  2. The jam is whistled dead by an official
  3. Red Jammer is instructed to sit. Once they have sat, Blue Jammer is released
  4. Red Jammer is waived off
27 Blue Jammer lightly rests their hand on Red Blocker's back for more than three seconds, but there is no change in relative position. This is a/an:
  1. Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. No Impact/No Penalty
28 When does the official period clock start?
  1. on the jam-starting whistle of the first jam
  2. when both teams are ready and before the kit check
  3. once the audience are seated
  4. as the skaters are lining up before the first jam
29 A Team fails to field any blockers between the Pivot and Jammer Lines. This is a/an:
  1. No Impact/No Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. Penalty
30 True or False: When exiting the penalty box, skaters may only skate counter-clockwise to catch up to the pack.
  1. False
  2. True
31 There is only one Blocker from Red team on the track and they get a penalty. The penalty box has space for them. They will be sent to the penalty box...
  1. As soon as another Blocker from Red team joins the Pack
  2. Immediately
  3. As soon as there are four (4) Blockers from Red team on the track
  4. As soon as another Blocker from Red team is on the track
32 Does an overtime jam have a Lead Jammer?
  1. No
  2. Yes
33 If the Jammer cover falls to the ground, who may recover it?
  1. only the Jammer
  2. Any skater
  3. only the Jammer or Pivot
34 Jammer status is transferred during a star pass when ...
  1. the Pivot is holding the helmet cover
  2. the Pivot is wearing the helmet cover on their helmet and the stars are visible
  3. as soon as the star pass begins
  4. the Jammer has removed their helmet cover
35 True or False: If a skater's hips are in front of a Blocker who initiates a block, pushing the skater out of bounds, the skater can return in front of the initiating blocker.
  1. False
  2. True
36 Who may have a helmet cover with a star or stars?
  1. Only the Jammer
  2. Only the Pivot
  3. The Jammer or Pivot
  4. Any skater who is not the Pivot
37 A Jammer has the privilege of passing their position to ...
  1. their team's Pivot
  2. either team's Pivot
  3. their team's non-Pivot Blockers
  4. the Designated Alternate
38 Biting an opponent for any reason during a game is ground for a/an:
  1. Penalty
  2. Misconduct Penalty
  3. Gross Misconduct Penalty
39 The Jam ends when ...
  1. the Lead Jammer repeatedly places both hands on their hips
  2. the Jam clock reaches 0:00
  3. the referee whistles the end of the jam
40 Initiating contact with both skates off of the ground that forces the opponent out of established position including down, out of bounds, or out of relative position is a/an:
  1. No Impact/No Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. Penalty
41 Which of the following is allowed:
  1. Tape, on helmets or pads
  2. Safety pins on pads
  3. Safety pins securing a number to a uniform
  4. Tape on a uniform to modify a number
42 A team's uniform numbers must ...
  1. meet the definition of high contrast beyond a reasonable doubt
  2. be visible, but meeting the definition of high contrast beyond a reasonable doubt is optional
43 If thirty (30) seconds or fewer remain on the period clock when a jam ends (and it does not end prior to its natural conclusion), will there be another jam started for that period?
  1. Only if a timeout or Official Review is called by one of the teams
  2. No further jams are played in the period
  3. At the discretion of the head referee
  4. One final jam is played
44 True or False: Sponsor logos are permitted on the Pivot and Jammer lines even if logo interferes with the contrast of the line to the skating surface.
  1. False
  2. True
45 How many jams must a skater sit out, if a jam is called off by a referee due to their injury?
  1. 3
  2. 1
  3. The rest of the period
  4. The rest of the game
Pass mark: 36 / 45

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