Roller Derby Test O'Matic

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Pass mark: 36 / 45
# Question Answer Mark
1 True or False: A skater may return in bounds in front of a blocker who blocked them out of bounds if the initiating skater exits the Engagement Zone at any time after the initial block.
  1. False
  2. True
2 A skater tries but fails to kick an opponent with the intention of tripping them. This is a/an:
  1. No Impact/No Penalty
  2. Penalty
  3. Expulsion
3 One role of the Jam Timer is...
  1. To time penalties
  2. To end a jam that has run for 2 minutes
  3. To record the penalties reported by the referees
  4. To keep track of the official penalty tally
4 Who may downgrade an expulsion?
  1. The Head Referee
  2. Any Official or Captain
  3. Nobody
  4. Any referee
5 How far can a Jammer go from the pack before they are no longer eligible to re-pass a Blocker they have illegally passed, to be able to get Lead Jammer status?
  1. 5 feet (1.5 meters)
  2. One lap
  3. 20 feet (6 meters)
  4. 10 feet (3 meters)
6 An in bounds, upright and skating skater has re-entered the track from out of bounds having passed two in play teammates. This is a/an:
  1. No Impact/No Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. Penalty
7 True or False: You can use your elbows to "hook" an opponent.
  1. True
  2. False
8 True or False: Handwritten numbers on the arm are acceptable.
  1. True
  2. False
9 A Pivot Fouls Out of a game during a jam, who will serve their penalty?
  1. Any other skater
  2. Only another skater who will serve as a Jammer or Pivot
  3. Only another skater who will serve as a Pivot
10 True or False: A skater exits the track due to injury. This is a Skating out of Bounds Penalty.
  1. True
  2. False
11 The role of the Scoreboard Operator is...
  1. To record the points reported by the Jammer referees
  2. To start jams
  3. To post the score to the scoreboard
  4. To record the penalties reported by the referees
12 If a penalised skater has fouled out, when must they be substituted (assuming they are in the penalty box)?
  1. Immediately
  2. Never
  3. Between jams
  4. Between periods
13 A skater makes incidental contact with their teammate's head, forcing the teammate off balance but not down. This is a/an:
  1. Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. Legal Play
  4. No Impact/No Penalty
14 Where must skaters be when engaging with a teammate to avoid an Out of Bounds penalty?
  1. anywhere on track
  2. behind an opponent
  3. in bounds
  4. in the pack
15 True or False: One Delay of Game penalty will be assessed to each offending skater if they're not on track in time, whilst in the penalty box queue for the next jam.
  1. True
  2. False
16 A penalized skater removes their helmet whilst in the penalty box. This is a/an:
  1. No Impact/No Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. Penalty
17 Green Blocker blocks a Red Blocker out of bounds, and continues to block until one of the Green Blocker's skates touches out of bounds. The Red Blocker falls. This is a/an:
  1. Penalty
  2. No Impact/No Penalty
  3. Expulsion
18 True or False: If a Pivot-now-Jammer has been passed the star but not yet put it on their helmet, they can be subject to out of play penalties
  1. True
  2. False
19 True or False: A skater may wear a cast if the Head Referee determines it doesn't cause a danger to other skaters and the skater in question has received clearance from their doctor.
  1. True
  2. False
20 A downed skater is returning to the track from out of bounds when they make contact with an opposing skater. This does not cause the opposing skater to fall or lose relative position. This is a/an:
  1. Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. No Impact/No Penalty
21 Player names, with regard to uniforms ...
  1. must be clearly written on a small label inside the uniform
  2. are optional
  3. must be clearly written on the back of the uniform
  4. must be clearly written on the back of the uniform and the helmet
22 What happens if a team's helmet cover colors do not meet the definition of high contrast beyond a reasonable doubt?
  1. No helmet covers are used
  2. The teams swap helmet covers
  3. The Head Referee shall request that the team use helmet covers that meet the definition
  4. They are allowed to play
23 A stationary skater blocks an opponent (the block includes physical contact), forcing the opponent sideways but not to fall or lose relative position. This is a/an:
  1. Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. No Impact/No Penalty
24 A skater illegally blocks a star pass. This is a/an:
  1. Penalty
  2. No Impact/No Penalty
  3. Expulsion
25 True or False: A referee may increase the severity of a penalty at their discretion.
  1. False
  2. True
26 True or False: If you jump, your in bounds/out of bounds status doesn't change until you land.
  1. True
  2. False
27 True or False: A Jammer can never be waved off from the penalty box.
  1. True
  2. False
28 Which of these are Legal Blocking Zones?
  1. Hands
  2. Head
  3. Hips and buttocks
  4. Forearms
29 True or False: When a jammer scores for the first time on their scoring pass, they gain a point for each opposing skater returning from the penalty box in front of them.
  1. False
  2. True
30 If an Out of Play Blocker initiates contact with a Jammer outside of the Engagement Zone, the Jammer may...
  1. counter-block then block normally
  2. not block or counter-block
  3. legally counter-block
  4. counter-block in any way
31 A skater makes contact with an opposing skater who is touching the track exclusively outside the track boundary. The opposing skater's ability to re-enter play is not affected. This is a/an:
  1. Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. No Impact/No Penalty
32 What's the minimum number of skating referees required?
  1. There is no minimum
  2. 3
  3. 4
  4. 1
33 When a Blocker is Out of Play, which of the following can they do?
  1. block any opposing players
  2. assist their teammates
  3. receive penalties
  4. assist their Jammer
34 True or False: Jammers can score points on opposing Blockers on their first pass through the pack. Assume this is not an overtime jam.
  1. False
  2. True
35 Which of these is potentially a multi-player block:
  1. Assisting teammates with a "whip" in a way which does not impede an opponent
  2. Touching and assisting teammates and not impeding an opponent
  3. Linking with teammates to create a wall to impede an opponent
36 If there are too many skaters on track and skater Red A1 is directed off track, but their teammate, skater Red B2 leaves the track and returns to the bench...
  1. Skater A1 must also leave the track and skater B2 must return to the track
  2. The jam continues and no penalty will be issued
  3. Skater A1 is issued a penalty
  4. The jam is whistled dead
37 A skater slide tackles an opponent. This is a/an:
  1. No Impact/No Penalty
  2. Penalty
  3. Expulsion
38 A team accidentally only fields 2 Blockers and a Jammer. The opposing Jammer scores their first point of a scoring pass (assume this is on a Blocker), how many points are they awarded?
  1. 5
  2. 3
  3. 2
  4. 4
39 True or False: Tape can be used to modify numbers on uniforms.
  1. False
  2. True
40 True or False: A block initiated with the shoulder in which there is forearm contact to the opponent but does not cause a change in their relative position will result in a Penalty.
  1. False
  2. True
41 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
42 A skater is blocked out of bounds then re-enters the track in front of the initiator of the block, after the initiator has been blocked out of bounds. This is a:
  1. Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. No Pass/No Penalty
43 A skater has an established legal starting position, but is blocked out of bounds prior to the jam-starting whistle. For the skater blocked out of bounds this results in ...
  1. Expulsion
  2. A No Impact/No Penalty assessment and they may skate in this jam
  3. Penalty
  4. A No Impact/No Penalty assessment and they must return to their bench
44 True or False: if there is a No Pack situation, a player returning from the penalty box must enter the track behind all other skaters.
  1. True
  2. False
45 A Jammer has scored on all opposing blockers and exited the Engagement Zone, ending their current pass. An opposing blocker has chased them down and is in front of them. When is the Jammer eligible score on this blocker again, in the normal manner (hips passing)?
  1. When the Blocker has returned to the Engagement Zone and the Jammer has re-entered the Engagement Zone from the rear
  2. Immediately
Pass mark: 36 / 45

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