Proper technique and mechanics for administering volleyball time outs.
When a team requests a timeout, the second referee will....
The first referee repeats the timeout signal (photo at the right).
The second referee will signal to the first referee the number of timeouts taken by each team.
The first referee doesn't repeat the signal for the number of timeouts taken.
The second referee will then begin timing the timeout (30 seconds).
The second referee then checks with the scorer to make sure the visual score is correct and all the information on the scoresheet is recorded properly.
At the conclusion of 30 seconds, the second referee will...
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