Last updated: 30:01:2019
21st February – 3rd March 2019, Foggia, Italy
If you think you might be selected (Juniors) or have been selected (Cadets) here are some steps to take now:
The cut-off dates for qualification results are indicated here. Any discretionary forms must be completed and submitted in advance of this as per the relevant Selection Policy.
Squad Selections will be formally announced following the final qualifying event in the last weapon.
Junior Squad Selections will be announced week starting 20.01.2019 – updated 15.01.2019
Junior Selection Policy can be found here.
Cadet Selection Policy can be found here.
Accepting Selection: You will receive an email from Sport:80. (If your name is showing as selected and you have not received an email please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.) To accept your selection please follow the link in the email to log into the platform, click on the event and follow the entry process to pay the deposit amount shown by the deadline indicated. By accepting selection and paying your deposit you are agreeing to abide by all BF Policies and Procedures including:
Please note that due to the short timescales there will not be much time and if you do not accept selection and pay you may risk being de-selected.
Will East Q – Accepted
Ben Andrews Q – Accepted
Antoine Belot – Accepted
Dylan Morrison – Accepted
George Morris (Team Only) Accepted
Laura Sheffield Q – Accepted
Avery Louis – Accepted
Maia Henderson-Roe – Accepted
Alex Powell – Accepted
NTR Abigail Watkins
Barnaby Halliwell Q – Accepted
Ian Ren Q – Declined
Jamie Craze – Accepted
Bertie Holdsworth – Accepted
NTR Julian Richards II – Accepted
Caitlin Maxwell Q – Accepted
Maia Fashokun – Declined
Catriona Thomson – Accepted
Sophia Potter – Accepted
Ellen Robbins-Wilkinson – Accepted
Connor Head Q – Accepted
Dominic de Almeida Q – Accepted
Sebastian Pallier Q – Accepted
William Lonsdale Q – Accepted
Isaac Jolley (Team Only) – Accepted
Mhairi Mclaughlin – Accepted
Seville Babaeva – Accepted
Teagan Williams-Stewart -Declined
Bronwen Granville – Accepted
Helosie Hardie – Accepted
Q = qualified, NTR = non travelling reserve
Jacob Foulsham Q – Accepted
Isaac McKerr Q – Accepted
Harry Baston-Hall Q – Accepted
James Jeal Q – Accepted
NTR Edward Scott-Payne Q
Eva Reston Q – Accepted
Rachael Lever Q – Accepted
Maisie McCormack Q – Accepted
Isabella Summers – Accepted
NTR Eleanor Taylor
Darcy Holdsworth Q – Accepted
Rory McLellan – Accepted
Sam Freeman – Accepted
Maximillian Cromie – Accepted
NTR Samuel Allen
Ellen Robbins-Wilkinson – Accepted
Erin Corcoran – Accepted
Elsie Llewellyn – Accepted
Bethany Brierley – Accepted
NTR Bea Abram-Moore
Cameron Evans Q – Accepted
Rafael Rhys-Pollitt Q – Accepted
William Lonsdale Q – Accepted
Harry Gray – Accepted
NTR Joe Donaghue
Teagan Williams-Stewart – Accepted
Emily Beardmore – Accepted
Georgia Silk – Accepted
Henna Raiyat – Accepted
NTR Martha Bird
Photos of athletes should be either uploaded to EFC web site (for cadet fencers competitions) or to FIE web site for juniors. That differentiation is due to the fact that cadets individual and team events are EFC competitions whilst junior individual and team competitions are FIE Junior World Cup competitions. (updated 15.01.2019)
The official tracksuit for the 2019 Cadet and Junior European and World Championships is the Nike branded tracksuit available here.
Athletes that do not already have a tracksuit (i.e. those athletes that did not compete in the 2018 Championships) will be sent a voucher to purchase a discounted tracksuit.
Individual Entry Fees: 60 euros (payable in advance)
Team Entry Fees: 200 euros (payable in advance)
Flight & Transfer Costs: £300
Hotel Costs: Research of the listed hotels, identified one suitable hotel, the Hotel Cicolell, most athletes should expect to pay for 7 nights and should budget around £80 B&B per night., based on a twin room – updated 15.01.2019
Staff (Chef de Mission and Team Managers) Contribution: £65/athlete
Athlete Development Programme Subsidy: The Athlete Development Programme will be subsidising the cost of competing at the Europeans including:
a) paying for balance of the Chef de Missions, Team Managers to attend the event
b) covering team entry fees (200 euros per team)
c) Covering the cost of ADP Coaches – updated 15.01/2019
The money raised at the C&J Awards dinner totalled £840 and this will be used to subsidise the coaches attending the event.
The team hotel will be Hotel Cicolell, Viale XXIV Maggio 60 71100 FOGGIA –
Authorised Personal Coaches
ALL coaches must abide by the relevant BF policies including – http://britishfencing.com/uploads/files/gbr_coaches_policy_v1.0.pdf and http://britishfencing.com/uploads/files/coaches_code_of_conduct.pdf.
Please Note: As there is a staff allocation that is less that the number of fencers attending we are unable to guarantee accreditation for all personal coaches. The personal coach allocation is split 50/50 between cadet and junior.
The applications for accreditations of personal coaches for the cadets has exceeded the available applications. Accreditations will be awarded based on
For safety and security reasons we will not be supporting multiple travel dates. BF have made advance group bookings with BA for flights between Gatwick South Terminal and Naples and the team will travel together out and back on the following dates:
Out WS/MF – 20th Feb
Out MS/WF/ME/WE – 21st Feb
Back All – 27th Feb
Out WS/MF – 25th Feb
Out MS/WF/ME/WE – 26st Feb
Back All – 4th Mar
All flights out are scheduled for: 14:30 -18:05 (Gatwick – Naples)
All flights in are scheduled for 18:55-20:45 (Naples – Gatwick)
All flight groups can be found here: FOGGIA – TRAVEL INFORMATION
23kg will be enough for your fencing bag, providing you pack your fencing kit in your carry on case. Do not take liquids or gels in your hand luggage. (100mls or under in a transparent bottle is OK). Do not take tool kit items in your hand luggage. Please put your mask, jacket, plastron, breeches, glove, socks, and a spare handle (if you have one) in your hand luggage in case any fencing bags get lost. This means that all you need to borrow to fence is a sword if the worst happens. Make sure you travel in comfortable clothing, wear trainers to travel in. Do not wear any GBR clothing whilst traveling.
Ensure that ALL your electronic equipment (phone, etc) is fully charged, and can be shown to be working. If it isn’t, it may be confiscated at security.
Independent Travel: Athletes unable to travel from London airports (eg athletes travelling from outside the UK) are permitted to choose to travel independently however they must not arrive on a later date or leave on an earlier date than the rest of the squad. Transfers can be arranged with the competition organisers via BF for independent travellers from Bari airport or Foggia station. Please note BF are unable to arrange transfers from Naples for independent travellers due to safety and security reasons.
In the event that not all the seats on the group bookings (flight and transfers)are required BF will make these available to personal coaches and parents. If you are interested in applying for one of these please email email@example.com.
There will be a daily transfer provided by the competition organisors. All the details will be available at the hotel info point and at the info point of the competition venue.
If you cannot find the information you need on this page please contact firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance. (Please note that we will not be able to reply to all emails personally but will update this page to answer the most common queries we receive.)
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