“Cross country runners may participate in competitions with religious headwear, provided the runner has obtained a waiver from the OHSAA and submitted it to the head official before the race, since it is a change to the OHSAA uniform regulations. 15 years of Criminal Minds 2005 2020. The official was simply enforcing this rule since a waiver had not been submitted,” spokesman Tim Stried told CNN in a statement Thursday.
15 years of Criminal Minds 2005 2020
Simple rule that the school overlooked and now CNN is making a mountain out of a molehill. Mark Delizo thank you for saying this! Good for her for practicing her religion, but a waiver must be present. Same thing goes for an athlete with an insulin pump or and other health exemptions. If people would just learn to follow the rules and have their ducks in a row this would not be an issue. Mark Delizo except for she’s ran 6 previous races this year and wasn’t disqualified. As soon as this happened she turned in the waiver and it was granted immediately so why couldn’t it be granted that day before the race? Philip Hopf because she just joined varsity this year.I understand rules are rules but couldn’t someone say something to her before the race? Is her coach familiar with the rules? 15 years of Criminal Minds 2005 2020. This annoys me mostly because she raced and then they want to start talking about the rules. Just wrong. Aaron Diaz Well i think you are making a big jump. When was this rule instituted, and even then all any participant would have to do is sign off on a waiver. The issue now/today is the officials let her run and did not inform her of the waiver. Mark Delizo uniform rules in HS sports are mostly ridiculous. They’re to teach “character” or something that no one really knows. If a kid wears a headband, an armband, or headwear, who cares!? Let them run!