CBSR IE and LD 1

2022 — Redlands, CA/US

The first CBSR Individual Events/Lincoln Douglas tournament of the 2022-23 competition year will be held Saturday, October 8, at Redlands East Valley High School, 31000 E. Colton Ave., Redlands.

• Students and judges must have tabroom.com accounts linked to your school in order to register.

• Double entry is allowed, but not in the same pattern. There is a list of "Event Patterns/Descriptions" on the right side of this page.

• Judge requirements are 1 for every 6 IE entries (or portion thereof) and 1 for every 2 LD entries (or portion thereof). At the tournament, judges will be assigned across IE and LD events. A double-entered student counts as 2 entries!

• Judges will need a WiFi enabled device to enter ballots electronically. Phones will work, but most judges find judging on a phone is problematic. A laptop or tablet is generally better.

• There is a list of "Judging Resources" on the right side of this page. Please share a link to it with your judges.

• Please have your judges enter standing conflicts for their students. Instructions on how to do this are on the "Judging Resources" tab, as are instructions for creating an account. This will save time on the day of the tournament.

• This tournament offers a novice division in all events. From the CBSR By-Laws:

PART VII: COMPETITIVE DIVISIONS, PRACTICE TOURNAMENTS (9/15)

Section 1. CBSR tournaments held prior to January shall have two competitive divisions; Novice and Open.  The executive board may, at its discretion, eliminate the novice division at a tournament if there is a compelling reason to do so.

Section 2. In speech events, interpretation events, and congress, students may compete in the novice division in their first school year of competition only.

Section 3. In debate events students may compete in the novice division if they are first-year competitors; second year competitors who have never competed in any debate event; or are second- year competitors with very limited experience, fewer than three total wins in debate, and are considered by their coach to be on-par with the average first-year competitor.

Section 4. In all partner events both competitors must qualify as “Novice” in order to compete in the novice division.

Section 5. A first-year competitor may choose to compete in the Open Division of an event without losing their eligibility to compete in the Novice Division of another event at that or any later tournament.