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USFA Referee Clinic with Jeff Bukantz     Mar 25, 2018
Salle Palasz: Baltimore, MD Referee clinic and examination with Jeff Bukantz. $75.
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   Map to 1030 Leslie Ave Baltimore MD 21228
posted 02/16/2018
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Referee clinic and examination with Jeff Bukantz. $75. Practical examinations $10 per weapon


Hosted by JEFF BUKANTZ

2X OLYMPIC TEAM CAPTAIN
2X OLYMPIC REFEREE
NBC OLYMPIC FENCING ANALYST
FIE RULES COMMISSION 2000-2008
INTERNATIONAL COMPETITOR

When: Sunday, March 25th, 2018

SEMINAR from 8:30 to 4:30
PRACTICAL EXAMS 4:30-6:30

Where: SALLE PALASZ
1030 Leslie Ave; Catonsville MD 21228
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 4th 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 7 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

FIE Commentator 2017-present

Member of the FIE Rules Commission from 2000-2008

Member of the USFA High Performance Committee (1986-2008)

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