Judging Opportunities for CBTF and USTA Judges

CBTF and USTA/WBTF certified Judges are invited to submit an application to judge at the following 2017 National and International competitions:

  • International Cup Qualiifer (May 19-22, 2017) in Saskatoon, SK
  • Canadian Winner/Championships and Maple Leaf Open (July 2-6, 2017) in Saint John, NB
  • IBTF Grand Prix (August 4-6, 2017) and WBTF International Cup (August 8-13, 2017), Poreč, Croatia
  • Note: Specific arrival and departure dates may vary – Judges selected for any of these events will also have pre and post-competition responsibilities.

To submit an application, complete the online 2017 Judge Application Form.

Completed applications must be received by October 31, 2016.

USTA/WBTF judges selected for the Canadian Winner/Championships will be required to successfully certify in the CBTF Medley event before their judging contract will be finalized (if not already certified).

Click here for complete information on the CBTF Judge Selection Process.

Jackie Stewart

Jackie Stewart is one of the premier coaches and judges in the sport of baton twirling. Her knowledge encompasses forty years of experience in the field. Her passion for the sport is shared with athletes, other coaches, and judges. She is the Director of the Education Department for USTA, the twirling organization that is renowned for it's educational opportunities for professionals. As the Judges Chair for the World Baton Twirling Federation, she travels extensively to educate and facilitate the training of athletes, coaches and judges throughout the world. Her greatest accomplishment is her six grandchildren (3 boys and 3 girls) who are perfect in every way. Jackie lives in Spring Hill, TN and in her spare time she likes to play golf, tennis, read historical novels, and she's addicted to The Good Wife, Mad Men, and Nurse Jackie.

4 thoughts on “Judging Opportunities for CBTF and USTA Judges

  • October 27, 2016 at 12:17 pm

    Hi Jackie,

    What level of certification does a judge need to be to apply?

    Julie Rutan Hossenlopp

  • October 28, 2016 at 5:15 am

    Hi Julie,

    That’s a good question. Level 3 and Master Judges are eligible to judge the Canadian competitions that are listed in this article.

  • October 28, 2016 at 10:12 am

    What about 2017 USTA Nationals?


  • November 1, 2016 at 2:56 pm

    To judge the USTA National Championships, you also have to be a Level 3 or Master Judge.


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