|St Benedict’s School, Marchwood Crescent, Ealing, London W5 2DZ Click here for map Closest train station Ealing Broadway (10 min walk). Several Bus Routes (65, 226, 297, E1, E2, E7, E9, E10)|
|DATE||Sunday, 10th July 2016
|CHECK IN||Foil: by 9.30am, Sabre: 9.45, Epee: 12.30|
Novices: Fencers who started fencing 2 years ago ie From 01 September 2014.
Intermediates: For the weapon entered, have never been in the top 50 of the men’s senior rankings, or the top 25 of the women’s senior rankings and not have reached the last 4 of any Open Competition.
|BRITISH FENCING MEMBERSHIP||You need Full/Compete level membership. You may join on line or by calling BF on 020 8742 3032. Please ensure your membership information is complete [jbutton color=”blue” size=”medium” link=”https://londonregionfencing.org.uk/how-to-change-your-affiliated-region/” a_css=”color:#ffffff”]How to update your BF Membership Information[/jbutton]|
|ENTRIES||The entry fee is £24. Entry will be online through British Fencing’s Sport:80 Competition System (see below)|
|PAYMENT||Payment may be made by Credit/Debit card, PayPal and Direct Debit using GoCardLess. You cannot pay by cheque.|
|CLOSING DATE||Midnight Sunday 3rd July. Late entry at a higher fee may be permitted until Wednesday 6th July.|
|FORMULA||Novice fencers can choose between Novice or Intermediate events, but not both. There will be separate men’s and women’s competitions. All competitions will start with poules, and all fencers will be promoted to the Direct Elimination stages of their event. The aim of the event is to maximise the amount of fencing so fencers of different experience and gender will be mixed in the poules. DE will be split male/female and Novice/Intermediate.
The organisers reserve the right to change the formula to assist the smooth running of the competition and to improve the experience for the participants. If there are fencers who wish to enter more than one weapon we will make arrangements, if practical, on the day.
|RULES||[jbutton color=”blue” size=”medium” link=”https://londonregionfencing.org.uk/lr-code-of-conduct/” a_css=”color:#ffffff”]LR Code of Conduct for Competitions[/jbutton]
There will be no pre-competition testing of equipment. However, The DT will have the final say on any issues that arise.
|OTHER INFORMATION||Refreshments and rolls will be available but note that there are no shops nearby|
|ORGANISERS||England Fencing – London Region|
|An armoury repair service will be available. Minor repairs £2 plus parts. Rewires £15-20. All repairs at owner’s risk|
|Contact||Hazel Herbert 07964 176450|
|DISCLAIMER: The organisers, “London Region Fencing”, and its officers, can accept no responsibility for any loss of equipment/property, damage to persons or property. Fencers must arm, equip and clothe themselves at their own responsibility and risk. The competition will use electric equipment throughout and be run by the direct elimination system and in accordance with BFA safety guidelines. Clothing and equipment must conform to BFA rules. Plastrons, breeches etc are obligatory. Fencers failing to adhere to these rules will not be permitted to compete, nor will their fees be refunded. The organisers reserve the right to change the organisation and running of the competition for efficiency and safety reasons|
NB This competition is using British Fencing’s Sport:80 Competition Entry system. You need to register as a member of BF in order to enter.
More info on membership on the British Fencing website
If you have any trouble registering as a member or entering the competition call 020 3005 2526[jbutton color=”blue” size=”large” newpage=”yes” link=”https://bf.sport80.com/login/” a_css=”color:#ffffff”]OnLine Entry – Login to Sport:80[/jbutton]
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