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Utah Regional Youth Circuit Region IV Apr 20, 2018 - Apr 21, 2018
Friday and Saturday All weapon RYC for Y10,Y12, Y14. USFA sanctioned event. Epee only RJCC Current competitive membership and proof of age required at check in. Must be registered and paid in full by April 14th. Double fees at the door if not pre-reg.
Schoolhouse Fencing: Kaysville, UT
posted 10/09/2017
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All weapon RYC for Y10,Y12, Y14. USFA sanctioned event. Current competitive membership and proof of age required at check in. Hosted by Schoolhouse Fencing. Please contact Kenny@schoolhousefencing.com with any questions.
$10 registration fee, $15 event fee for each event. Regional Youth Circuit events provide a qualifying path for Summer Nationals and provide an excellent training tournament for larger events. There must be at least two competitors in the events scheduled for them to be held. We can combine men and women in the same age category if necessary. Registration fee is non-refundable.

There is no equipment vendor on-site, so plan accordingly. There will be water, bananas, granola bars for sale and there are many restaurants and grocery stores within a 5 minute drive from the venue.

There are many hotels in Layton, UT which is approximately five miles away from the fencing venue. The website for the Fairfield Inn is here:

http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/slcly-fairfield-inn-salt-lake-city-layton/

If you have any questions, please call Kenny Nopens at 801-499-7319 or Jennifer Nopens at 801-509-9923. Please email kenny@schoolhousefencing.com with questions.

Events Scheduled:
Y10 Women's Epee
Y10 Women's Foil
Y10 Women's Saber
Y10 Men's Epee
Y10 Men's Foil
Y10 Men's Saber
Y12 Women's Epee
Y12 Women's Foil
Y12 Women's Saber
Y12 Men's Epee
Y12 Men's Foil
Y12 Men's Saber
Y14 Women's Epee
Y14 Women's Foil
Y14 Women's Saber
Y14 Men's Epee
Y14 Men's Foil
Y14 Men's Saber

800N Saber Glove Mandatory for All USA Fencing Sanctioned Tournaments Beginning on Oct. 1, 2015

In conjunction with the updated amendments to the Federation Internationale d'Escrime Rules, the USA Fencing Board of Directors has voted to mandate that all saber athletes must use a glove that meets the protection requirements listed below in all USA Fencing sanctioned tournaments beginning on Oct. 1, 2015.
The material of the fencing glove must have a level of protection of 800N on the areas shown in the diagram below, the seams a minimum strength of 200N and cuff a level of protection of 350N. The conductive material which can be removable or fixed must cover all of the gauntlet of the glove down to below the external cubital styloid (small prominent bone of the wrist), both when the fencer is in the 'on-guard' position and when the sword arm is straight. Inside the glove there must be fixed the FIE quality label, granted after the homologation procedure, with the year of manufacture and stating 800N.

The conductive material must be turned over into the inside of the gauntlet to a depth of at least 5 cm.
In order to guarantee a good contact with the sleeve of the conductive jacket, it is necessary to use an elastic band, a popper button or any system which will guarantee conductivity and which has been approved by the SEMI Committee. When a conductive overlay is worn, the overlay must contain a device which fixes the position of the overlay on the arm so that its position on the arm cannot be changed during the bout.
The conductive tissue (lam´┐Ż) must satisfy the specified control conditions (cf m.28.5).

Preregistration opens on 10/09/2017.
Preregistration closes on 04/14/2018.