WODS By-laws

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An easy-to-remember rule to follow if you see lightning - it's called the 30-30 rule.

  1. If you can count thirty stalls after you see lightning and before you hear thunder, then the lightning is far enough away (at least 10 km) that you can continue to play your game. If the lightning is 'closer' than thirty stall counts, you should immediately discontinue play and seek appropriate cover quickly.
  2. The second 30 refers to 30 minutes. You should wait for half an hour until after the last lightning is observed before resuming your game.

Read our policy on Lightning and Adverse Weather.


Other policies

Code of Conduct and Ethics

Captains' guidelines

Players' guidelines

Disciplinary guidelines

Confidentiality policy

Concussion policy

Screening policy

Conflict of Interest policy

Abuse policy