Re: Eva Asderaki
Asked about the hindrance rule, which is already on the books, Allaster said it was too prone to subjectivity.
"What is too loud?" she said. "What is too long? We need to give the official an objective measurement tool. Can you imagine on a critical point an umpire going, 'Oh, I thought you were too loud.' You have to take all of that out of the equation. It's not fair to athletes, the chair or the sport."