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Referee Seminar with Jeff Bukantz     Oct 29, 2017
New Jersey Fencing Alliance: Maplewood, NJ Referee Seminar with Jeff Bukantz New Jersey Fencing Alliance 50-58 Burnett Avenue, Maplewood, NJ 07040
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OFFICIAL USFA REFEREE SEMINAR AND PRACTICAL EXAMS

Hosted by JEFF BUKANTZ
 2X OLYMPIC TEAM CAPTAIN
 2X OLYMPIC REFEREE
 NBC OLYMPIC FENCING ANALYST
 FIE RULES COMMISSION 2000-2008
 INTERNATIONAL COMPETITOR

When: Sunday, October 29, 2017

 SEMINAR from 8:30 to 4:00
 PRACTICAL EXAMS 4:30-6:30
Where: New Jersey Fencing Alliance (NJFA)
50-58 Burnett Avenue Maplewood, NJ

Who: All referees, parents, coaches, and fencers are welcome

What: The official USFA Fencing Officials
Commission (FOC) referee seminar

 40+ years of real life experiences and anecdotes
 Common sense approaches to refereeing
 Tactics and techniques needed to reach the next
level
 Jeff’s #1 secret to gaining the fencers’ confidence
 Making sense of the rules

Cost: $75 for the seminar as mandated by the USFA’s FOC

$10 per practical exam per weapon

THE WRITTEN EXAMS MUST NOW BE TAKEN ONLINE!!!

 Go to http://www.usfencing.org
 Go to “Officials” drop window in the middle of the upper
task bar
 Go to the 4 th line down, “Visit the USA Fencing Officials Commission Web Site”
 Go to “Become a Ref” on upper task bar
 The rulebook and study guide will be linked
 The process will be explained

Register at askfred.net or contact Jeff at: jbukantz@gmail.com

About Jeff

 Jeff Bukantz is one of our country’s most experienced and successful referees
 Refereed his first NCAA gold medal foil bout in 1978, at the age of 21.
 Refereed his first USFA National Championship gold medal foil bout in 1980, at the age of 23
 Qualified as a competitor for 3 World Championship teams, the World University Games team, the Pan American Games team, and 3 World Maccabiah Games teams
 Refereed at the Olympic Games in 1984 & 1996
 Refereed at 8 Junior, Senior, and Veteran World Championships
 Refereed the finals of the Olympic Games in Men’s Foil in 1996
 Chair of the Fencing Officials Commission from 2002-2004
 Captain of the 2004 and 2008 U.S. Olympic Fencing Teams
 NBC Olympic Fencing Analyst 2012 and 2016
 Member of the FIE Rules Commission from 2000-2008
 Member of the USFA High Performance Committee (1988-2008)
 Member of Fencing Officials Commission 1993-2008
 NCAA Head Referee 2005-2010; NCAA Referee 1978-2010
 Ivy League Head Referee 2010-present
 ACC Head Referee 2015-present
 Critically acclaimed author of “Closing the Distance”
 American Fencing Magazine Rules/Referee columnist