Disciplinary Chair: John Boumphrey
Disciplinary Deputy Chair: Steve Barrow
The Disciplinary Code describes how British Fencing will deal with alleged disciplinary Offences, as defined in the Code.
Indicative Sanctions Guide 08.03.16
Athlete Penalties Youth Competitions – updated December 2014
Black Card Note: in GBR Domestic Events the fencer is immediately excluded from the competition and suspended from the remainder of the tournament. Details must be reported to British Fencing head office for consideration under the Disciplinary Process, which may result in the imposition of additional penalties. The additional FIE penalty of two months suspension from competition only applies automatically to FIE Events
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The following are Disciplinary, Grievance or Welfare cases which have resulted in sanctions being brought either through British Fencing or through the courts. The list does not include minors.
Cases resulting in sanctions will be listed here for
whichever is the greatest.
|201||08.07.2015||Mark Nelson-Griffiths||Following the decision of a Sports Resolution Appeal Hearing, British Fencing is required to place an imposition of strictures by immediate preclusion from engaging in a variety of activities including, but not limited to, coaching and refereeing whereby contact with children or vulnerable adults is possible. For a full description of the strictures please contact British Fencing Head Office.|
|AB2021||10.08.2021||Alex Bela||One-day BRC Sabre competition suspension to be served at the next Sabre BRC (the 4th September 2021).|
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