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NJFA Region 3 RYC Aug 11-12, 2018 Aug 11, 2018 - Aug 12, 2018
YOU MUST REGISTER AND PAY VIA US FENCING website HERE: https://member.usafencing.org/details/tournaments/3144#register-now Register online via USFA events portal
New Jersey Fencing Alliance: Maplewood, NJ
posted 06/10/2018
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The Doc Dambola Regional Youth Circuit
August 11-12, 2018

For More tournament information go here: https://member.usafencing.org/details/tournaments/3144


To REGISTER and PAY you must go to the USA Fencing page:
https://member.usafencing.org/details/tournaments/3144

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WE ARE NO LONGER ALLOWED TO ACCEPT REGISTRATIONS FROM ASKFRED FOR REGIONAL EVENTS. THIS IS A NEW RULE FROM USA FENCING. ALL REGISTRATIONS AND PAYMENTS MUST BE THROUGH THE USA FENCING WEBSITE ****************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************

-----------------------> Your name on the askFred page does NOT mean you are registered for the RYC!! ----------------------------------


If you have any questions about the tournament or your registration, please email: info@durkanfencing.org

Thank you for your patience with the new system. This is a new rule for us too.



NEW JERSEY FENCING ALLIANCE (NJFA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Visit http://www.njfencingalliance.com NJFA is a member of the NJ Div of USA Fencing. http://www.newjerseyfencing.org/

Located at 50 Burnett Avenue, Maplewood, NJ. NJFA is conveniently located near all major highways in NJ, NY, CT, and Pennsylvania. Just off Springfield Avenue (via Vermont St). Only a 30 minute train ride from NYC Penn Station (via NJ Transit Mid-Town Direct; http://www.njtransit.com).



NEW JERSEY FENCING ALLIANCE:
NJFA is a fully equipped state-of-the-art fencing salle. This 17,500 sf venue offers 19 grounded official USFA fencing strips with central scoring boxes and repeater lights at each end, mens and womens locker rooms, FREE Wireless Internet service, on-site fully equipped Fencing Pro Shop, live results streaming of tournament information, and FREE parking. Overhead monitors also display live results and tournament information.
For directions, click the Directions link on the FRED tournament home page.

NJFA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which will utilize the proceeds from this event to continue its corporate focus to introducing the sport of fencing to students at all levels and ages throughout New Jersey who would not have been able to enjoy the sport and all that it provides, including increased self-esteem, confidence and pride.
NJFA has helped enrich the lives of hundreds of young children and their families. Along the way our students have experienced exceptional success both athletically and academically.
NJFA is proud to have assisted so many students to earn scholarships for colleges including Div I programs not to mention the hundreds of students that have utilized the NJA network to assist in college acceptance and employment.


REGIONAL YOUTH CIRCUIT:
A Regional Ranking Point System (RRPS) is in place to recognize participation and accomplishment of developing athletes at the regional level. A percentage of point holders from each region will earn qualification to the Summer National Championships for Y12 and Y14. Currently, 100% of Y10 fencers on the Regional Points Standings and National Points Standings gain qualification to the Summer National Championships. There are NO National Points earned at RYC events. All athletes whose USA Fencing's membership division is in the region in which the RYC is held will earn regional points based on placement. Athletes fencing in an RYC outside their region will not earn regional points. Larger fields will award more points for placement. A percentage of athletes will earn qualification from their rankings on the RRPS. Rankings will be managed by the National Office and available for viewing on the USA Fencing Website under Rankings, Current Rankings, and then Regional. These rankings are regional only and ARE NOT RELATED IN ANY WAY TO THE NATIONAL ROLLING POINT STANDINGS. All athletes residing in the region in which the tournament is held earn regional points based on placement. Larger fields will award more points for placement. Best 3 results from RYCs within the athlete's region count toward Regional point totals on a seasonal point basis. At the end of the season, ranking winners of each age group and gender in each of the 6 Tournaments regions will be recognized by the Youth Development Committee, Tournament Committee and US Fencing. Any athlete who is age eligible may compete in an RYC. However, ONLY athletes fencing in their home region will earn Regional Ranking Points for their result.

There is NO trickle down for POINTS at the Regional level. Points earned in a Regional Youth tournament only appear in the category in which they were earned. (For example: Y12 regional points do NOT trickle down to Y10).

There IS trickle down for QUALIFICATION at the Regional level. Therefore, if a fencer qualifies in an older age group and is age eligible for a younger age group, they earn qualification in that category as well. For more information on youth qualification paths refer to the Athlete's Handbook: http://www.usfencing.org/athletehandbook

Regular Fee Registration Deadline is August 3rd, 2018.
YOU MUST REGISTER AND PAY VIA US FENCING website
Register online via USFA events portal here:
https://member.usafencing.org/details/tournaments/3144#register-now


TOURNAMENT ELIGIBILITY:
Entry is determined by 2018-2019 USFA Birth year requirements and rating restrictions:

Y8: Born 2010-2013
Y10: Born 2008-2011
Y12: Born 2006-2009, or on Youth 10 NRP List
Y14: Born 2004-2007, or on Youth 12 NRP List
Cadet: Born 2002-2005


FEES / DEADLINES:
Regular Period Registration fee: $30
Regular Period Fee per Event: $45
Regular Fee Entry Deadline: Friday, August 3rd

Deadline for Refund: July 27th, 2018
(Only event fees are refundable, not the registration fees)

Late Fee Entry Period: August 4th -August 7th, 2018
Late Fee Period Registration fee: $60
Late Fee Period Fee per Event: $90

Walk-In Period Registration fee: $90
Walk-In Period Fee per Event: $135
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PLEASE READ THE "MORE INFO" SECTION BEFORE EMAILING WITH QUESTIONS

REFEREES: If interested in reffing, please email fencer0901@aol.com

PARKING: Plenty of free parking in our lot with over 200 parking spaces.

From USA Fencing, "In Cadet there will be no points awarded but we will update classification changes." These events are not part of the points system of the RYC. They are add-on events.

Regular entry fee deadline is 11:59 pm on Friday, August 3rd. Online payment required to complete entry.

If the fencer registers for the event without paying online, registration is considered incomplete. If the fees are not paid online by August 3rd, even if the fencer is registered before then, the late fees will apply when they are paid online on August 4th or later.

The last day to register online is Wednesday, August 8th. Walk-in registration on the day of your event if available. Incomplete online registrations will be considered walk-ins. Please pay early to avoid the late fees!

All withdrawals must be received by NJFA via email by the posted withdrawal deadline of July 27th for a refund of event fees. Registration fees are nonrefundable. Email notification may be sent to blairstar48@aol.com. Please include your name, mailing address and the event(s) from which you are requesting to withdraw. No refunds will be given for withdrawals after the posted withdraw deadline. Refunds are processed 3 weeks after the tournament.

Events with fewer than 5 entrants will be mixed gender.


SCHEDULE OF EVENTS (TIMES POSTED REPRESENT CLOSE OF CHECK IN):
Start times are subject to change - check Askfred.net for updates. Fencing will commence shortly after the close of check-in. Fencers should arrive at least one hour prior to the close of check-in times. This should provide you with ample time for equipment check and proper warm-up.

SATURDAY 8:00 am
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Y14 Men's Epee
Y14 Women's Epee
Y10 Women's Foil
Y10 Men's Epee
Y10 Men's Foil


SATURDAY 10:30 am
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Y8 Mixed Epee
Y8 Mixed Foil
Y8 Mixed Sabre


SATURDAY 12:30 pm
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Y10 Women's Epee
Y14 Men's Foil
Y10 Women's Sabre
Y10 Men's Sabre



SATURDAY 4:00 pm
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Y14 Men's Sabre
Y14 Women's Foil
Y14 Women's Sabre


SUNDAY 8:00 am
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Y12 Women's Epee
Y12 Men's Foil
Y12 Men's Epee
Cadet Men's Epee


SUNDAY 12:30 pm
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Cadet Women's Epee
Y12 Women's Foil
Y12 Men's Sabre
Y12 Women's Sabre


SUNDAY 4:00 pm
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Cadet Men's Foil
Cader Men's Sabre
Cadet Women's Foil
Cadet Women's Sabre


Equipment from Blue Gaunlet will be for sale. Concession stand will be open during tournament.


USA Fencing Membership:

Competitive membership to USA Fencing is required. Please bring proof of membership when you check in. Sign up here in advance: http://railstation.org/USFencing/

USFA Age verification is required either by presenting: USFA card stating Age Verified "Y" OR Copy of birth certificate or other government-issued ID with photo.


LIABILITY WAIVER:
Upon entering this tournament you agree to abide by the current rules of USA Fencing and other applicable rules instituted by NJFA. You acknowledge you are entering this tournament at your own risk and release the USA Fencing and its sponsors. New Jersey Division of USA Fencing, New Jersey Fencing Alliance, volunteers, tournament staff, and referees from any liability. With entry, you give consent to New Jersey Fencing Alliance to obtain medical care from any licensed physician, hospital or clinic for any injury or illness that may arise during activities associated with this tournament. The tournament organizers and USA Fencing can use photography, filming, recording, or any other form of media of the athlete during the tournament. Those wishing to opt out of media coverage must inform the Bout Committee. New Jersey Fencing Alliance is not responsible for any lost or stolen property.

If no proof of membership you must complete and pay for USA Fencing membership. You may join/renew at the door (parent signature required), however arrive with a completed form or plan to come early to complete required paperwork. Have separate check payable to "USA Fencing” or use your credit card (preferred).


REQUIRED EQUIPMENT:
Full USA Fencing regulation uniform required. Name is NOT required on uniform. Foil mask with conductive bib required. Fencers arm, equip and clothe themselves and fence at their own responsibility and at their own risk. Fencers are responsible for ensuring arrival at the strip with working equipment.
Uniforms (jacket, pants, knee-high socks, fencing glove): Standard fencing uniforms; cannot have any rips, tear, or holes. Warm-up pants or jeans are not allowed. Fencing glove must cover half of the forearm.
Plastrons (underarm protectors): Standard fencing plastron; required with every uniform Chest Protector: Required for females
Masks: 12K punch test; sewn in bib. Conductive Bib in foil is required. Elastic strap at back of mask is required
Blades: Standard blade length of 30-35' permitted. Must have at least two working weapons and two body cords when reporting to the strip.
Weapon Handle: Any attachment to a weapon's handle must fix the hand in one position such that the top of the thumb is no more than 2 cm from the inner surface of the guard.
Names on Uniforms: Not required.

Equipment check for masks, lames, jackets, gloves, sabre cuffs, and body/mask cords will be open Friday August 10th from 4:00pm to 6:00pm and at 7:00am on Saturday, Aug 11th and 7:00am on Sunday, Aug 12th.


THANK YOU!
THE NJFA STAFF