OAR 230-020-0310
Vision Requirements

(1) All unarmed combat sports competitors must submit a report of a complete medical eye examination by an ophthalmologist or optometrist on a form provided by the commission performed within one (1) year of the scheduled competition unless authorized by the Administrator.
(2) The superintendent shall deny, suspend or revoke, or place restrictions on the license of an unarmed combat sports competitor if the applicant or licensee cannot safely engage in unarmed combat sports because of a visual condition, including but not limited to one of the following:
(a) Uncorrected visual acuity of less than 20200 in either eye or uncorrected binocular visual acuity of 2060 or less with both eyes;
(b) Corrected visual acuity of less than 2060 in either eye, regardless of its cause;
(c) A visual field of less than 60 degrees, extending over one or more quadrants of the visual field;
(d) Presence or history of retinal detachment or retinal tear unless treated by an ophthalmologist and then approved by an ophthalmologist, who then assesses that the competitor is at no significant risk of further injury to the retina if unarmed combat sports competition is resumed. Such assessment shall occur both within five days before and five days after the bout.
(e) Presence of primary or secondary glaucoma, whether or not such condition has been treated;
(f) Presence of aphakia, pseudophakia, macular abnormalities, major lens abnormalities, or any other visual condition which would prevent the competitor from safely engaging in unarmed combat sports.
(g) Presence of myopia more than -3.5 diopters in either eye.
(h) Presence of any other visual condition which the physician member, optometrist or opthalmologist determines would prevent the applicant or licensee from safely engaging in unarmed combat sports.

Source: Rule 230-020-0310 — Vision Requirements, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=230-020-0310.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 230-020-0310’s source at or​.us