Selectors definition

Selectors means the selectors appointed by Archery NZ in accordance with clause 2 of this Nomination Criteria.
Selectors means the members of the Tri NZ Elite Selection Commission appointed by the Tri NZ Board in accordance with Selectors’ Terms of Reference. The names of each of the Selectors are on the Tri NZ website.

Examples of Selectors in a sentence

  • The Selectors may determine the relevance and weight that they wish to place on any Specific Nomination Factor(s) and any Extenuating Circumstances(s) as they consider appropriate.

  • The Selectors will independently confirm whether the Athletes have met this Nomination Criteria and the Board will review and confirm the Nominated Athletes.

  • Any failure to agree to such a request may result in the Selectors being unable to consider the injury or illness as an Extenuating Circumstance.

  • In any decision regarding the nomination of Athletes to the Games Team, the Selectors may, in their sole discretion, take into account any Extenuating Circumstances in accordance with clause 6 below.

  • In the case of any Extenuating Circumstance/s, the Selectors will make a decision on a case-by-case basis.


More Definitions of Selectors

Selectors means the selectors appointed by NZOWU&AS in accordance with clause 2 of this Nomination Criteria.
Selectors means the selectors appointed by Gymnastics New Zealand in accordance with clause 2 of this Nomination Criteria. 9.19 Specific Nomination Factors means the nomination factors set out in clause 4.3.
Selectors means the selectors appointed by Badminton Australia in accordance with clause 3 of this Nomination Criteria.
Selectors means the selectors appointed by Rowing NZ in accordance with clause 2 of this Policy.Schedule 1Rowing NZ Nomination Appeals Process for Athletes and Crews
Selectors means the selectors appointed by ICE SPEED SKATING NEW ZEALAND in accordance with clause 2 of this Nomination Criteria.