Dale Studebaker (1996)

Ed Barker Recipient

About Dale Studebaker

Dale Studebaker was a teacher with the Columbus City Schools. His reputation as a track & field and cross country official was nationally known. Dale officiated as many as 100 meets per year. He worked at every level of the sport from junior high to international meets. Some of Dale's more noteworthy assignments have been the Pan American Games, the Goodwill Games, U.S. Olympic Trials, World Indoor Games, National Junior Olympics, National Masters Competitions, and many Big Ten and NCAA meets. Dale was most known as a head finish judge and he developed finish line procedures which expedited finish line efficiency and accuracy. Dale Studebaker died in 1995 and was posthumously honored with the Ed Barker Award.

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