SCHEDULE MAY CHANGE SLIGHTLY ONCE PRE-REGISTRATION IS CLOSED TO ACCOMMODATE THE FINAL NUMBER OF FENCERS.
Birth year requirements for the 2019-2020 season
- Cadet events 2003-2006, or on Youth 14 NRP List
- Junior events 2000-2006 or on Cadet NRP List
Format: One round of 5-touch/3 minute bout pools. 100% advance to direct elimination rounds. All other USA Fencing rules control, as set forth in the USA Fencing Rulebook and as discussed further in the USA Fencing Athlete Handbook.
USA Fencing Athlete Handbook - http://www.usfencing.org/athlete-handbook USA Fencing Rulebook - http://www.usfencing.org/athletes-usa-fencing-rule-book
Regional points are awarded for Region IV
FENCERS MAY ONLY FENCE FOR ONE EVENT AT THE TIME. IF YOU PRE-REGISTER FOR 2 EVENTS IN ONE DAY, IT WILL BE AT YOUR OWN RISK. WE WILL NOT REGISTER FENCERS THAT ARE STILL FENCING ANOTHER ACTIVE EVENT AT CLOSE OF REGISTRATION AND REFUNDS WILL NOT BE ISSUED.
CHECK-IN REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DAY OF EACH EVENT The competition portion of the venue will open for fencers at 12 pm on Friday and at 7:00 am for the weekend.
Fencers must check in each day that they compete, within the indicated hours of check-in, or they will be withdrawn from that event.
IN ORDER TO COMPETE YOU MUST CHECK-IN AT THE COMPETITION FLOOR OF THE VENUE BEFORE THE LISTED DEADLINE WITH THE FOLLOWING IN HAND:
1) the fencer is required to show a USA Fencing membership card (valid for the current competitive season); AND 2) the fencer is required to show a birth-certificate (copy acceptable) or other government-issued identification showing a birth date UNLESS THEIR MEMBERSHIP CARD INDICATES THAT THE BIRTHYEAR IS VERIFIED.
New USA Fencing memberships and new or replacement USA Fencing cards should be obtained through the USA Fencing website before the tournament.
Athletes arriving without proof of USA Fencing membership must fill out all appropriate forms and pay for membership at registration even if already a member. Refund requests can later be made with USA Fencing as appropriate.
Fencers who fail to register by the published deadline will be removed from the event and refunds will not be made.
UNIFORMS REQUIREMENTS All USA Fencing uniform requirements apply. NAMES ARE NOT REQUIRED ON THE UNIFORM. Conductive bibs are required in all foil events.
EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS AND INSPECTIONS
Equipment check will be open each day of the competition. Equipment check will test the mask, lame jacket and foil mask bib, gloves and body cords. Items that have passed inspection will be specially marked. All events are conducted with electric equipment. A preliminary check will be conducted at the beginning of each pool and DE bout to ensure the presence of Underarm plastron, 2nd weapon, and body cord, weapon check control marks. Athletes are subject to prohibition from fencing if these conditions are not met.
Failure to have the proper number of working weapons and other equipment at the strip is subject to penalty according to relevant USA Fencing rules.
Parents and fencers should expect significant lines for equipment check. Please plan accordingly. Equipment check will open every day at 7:00 am. We will provide opportunities to check the equipment prior to the event, details to be communicated on a date closer to the event.
Note that The Fencing Post will be on site to sell new equipment and repair services, but fencers ultimately are responsible for having all necessary equipment in working order.
POINTS, RATINGS, AND SEEDING
Seeding for all events is based on current national rolling point standings according to age group and weapon, then letter ranking within year classification. Fencers with equal classification will be randomized among themselves.
We will use ratings and points standings that have been forwarded to and accepted by USA Fencing in advance of the tournament and then downloaded by us from USA Fencing.
Point Standings: http://www.usfencing.org/current-point-standings Rating Information: http://www.usfencing.org/current-member-list
This information will be obtained from USA Fencing on Monday, October 21. Any discrepancies regarding classifications or points earned must be resolved by this date.
It is the fencer's responsibility to notify the Bout Committee of any discrepancies before the close of check-in and before pools are posted.
REGISTRATION INFORMATION, DEADLINES, COSTS:
Registration fees (including all convenience fees and costs to register online and pay with a credit card) follow, with listed deadlines:
Regular online registration period runs through October 6th, 2019
$5 Admin fee, $24 Registration plus $45 per event
From October 7th through October 20th 2019
$15 Admin fee, $84 registration plus $135 per event
*** IF YOU HAVE ALREADY REGISTERED AND WANT TO MAKE A CHANGE OR ADD AN EVENT AFTER THE REGULAR DEADLINE, CONTACT firstname.lastname@example.org TO MAKE CHANGES ***
Registrations are non-transferable.
The registration portion of the entry fee is non-refundable, however, the event fees will be refunded for an athlete who needs to withdraw and does so in writing on or before October 20th, 2018. After this date, no portion of the entry fees will be refunded for any reason, including medical.
Head Referee: Charles Astudillo
Bout Committee Chair: Dan Berke
Event Organizer: Juan Ignacio Calderon
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Friday, October 25
Saturday, October 26
Sunday, October 27
The Open Registration period will change on Oct 6, 2019.
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