This page is intended to provide instructions around the use of GBR tracksuits GBR Major Events (these are all the major championships)
Last updated: 25th November 2023 – this page is currently being updated
Athletes that are selected for European and World Championships (Cadet, Junior, U23 and Senior) are entitled to wear the GBR Championships Tracksuit. The first time an athlete is selected for a European or World Championship they will be given a voucher which covers the cost of tracksuit.
A password is available on request for athletes to purchase additional items from the Championship range. This password should not be shared with anyone. The range is exclusive to athletes that have been selected for major championships.
In accordance with the FIE rules the Official National Tracksuit must be worn in full on podiums. (No club tracksuits, cycling shorts, leggings etc)
Athletes are not permitted to add any additional logo (eg sponsorship) or designs to the Official National Tracksuit without permission from BF.
Athletes are nor permitted to use the GBR logos to create their own team wear (either within weapon or squad).
For World Student, European and Olympic Games the official tracksuits are provided separately as these tracksuits will be the same across the multiple sports.
For Veteran events, tracksuits are arranged through British Veteran Fencing.
If you cannot find the information you need on this page please submit any questions to us via the form here and a member of the ADP team will come back to you. 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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