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PDFWAC 36-12-260


(1) During a contest a second may:
(a) Coach at ringside or in the ring during the break between rounds;
(b) Stop bleeding from cuts;
(c) Reduce swelling;
(d) Provide water or other cooling-down techniques.
(2) No more than four seconds can assist each boxer during a contest.
(3) Seconds shall remain seated during rounds and shall not excessively coach a boxer during rounds.
(4) Before a contest begins, a chief second for each boxer shall be identified for the inspector and the referee.
(5) Seconds shall not enter a ring until the bell indicates the end of a round. Seconds shall leave the ring at the sound of the timekeeper's whistle that is given ten seconds before a round begins. Seconds shall remove all items in the ring and on the ring platform prior to the bell sounding at the beginning of a round.
(6) The chief second shall signal the referee to stop the fight by mounting the ring platform during a round.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 67.08.017 (1), (9). WSR 02-03-069, § 36-12-260, filed 1/11/02, effective 2/11/02. Statutory Authority: Chapter 67.08 RCW. WSR 97-01-035, § 36-12-260, filed 12/10/96, effective 1/10/97; WSR 91-11-038, § 36-12-260, filed 5/10/91, effective 6/10/91; WSR 81-05-005 (Order 80-2), § 36-12-260, filed 2/6/81; Order 74-2, § 36-12-260, filed 11/17/76; Order 74-1, § 36-12-260, filed 11/19/74; Rule .04.260, filed 9/22/60, 3/17/60.]
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