04/08/2021- Events
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ENTRIES OPEN FOR CADET AND JUNIOR EVENTS – SEPTEMBER 2021

Entries open for Cadet and Junior ‘A’ BRC and Cadet and Junior National Championships to be held in September 2021.

Following our previous announcement, entries are open for Cadet and Junior ‘A’ BRC events and Cadet and Junior National Championships to be held in September 2021.

More information on individual events and how to enter can be found by clicking the links below. Closing times can be found on the event information on the BF Events platform.

Men’s Cadet and Junior ‘A’ BRC (all weapons) – 4th and 5th September 2021- Hertfordshire Sports Village, University of Hertfordshire

Cadet National Championships – 11th September 2021- David Ross Sports Village, University of Nottingham

Junior National Championships – 12th September 2021- David Ross Sports Village, University of Nottingham

Women’s Cadet and Junior ‘A’ BRC (all weapons) – 18th and 19th September 2021- University of Birmingham

To help our sport and events restart we need you! We are looking for volunteers for the BF Events in September! If you are interested in volunteering at the events, please email eventsadmin@britishfencing.com

As a reminder, BF intends to implement COVID Mitigation procedures at all events in September. At present, the mitigation measures in place will include:

  • Mandatory wearing of a face-covering whilst not fencing (unless exempt)
  • Field of play restrictions
  • No coaching during the poules
  • Restrictions in relation to coaches/spectators – it is likely that for some venues, there will be limited spaces for spectators to have a direct view of the event
  • No shouting
  • No handshaking/elbow touching – replaced with salutes on the on guard line
  • Pre-Event Lateral Flow Tests

The mitigation procedures in place will be in review prior to the event, with all participants and attendees made aware of any changes or additional measures.

Space for spectators and coaches is expected to be limited in the majority of venues. Coaches will not be permitted access to the sports hall’s Field of Play until the DE stages. Coaches attending will be required to complete a Field of Play Accreditation application form, which will be made available in due course.

If you have any further questions about this post, please submit them to us via the form here and a member of the ADP team will come back to you.

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