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2021 MASTERS FC Tournament Feb 20, 2021
Come and join us for a strong Open Foil, Open Epee, Y14 Foil, Y12 Foil and Y10 Foil Tournament. FENCERS MUST BE REGISTER IN THE USFA. THIS IS A USFA SANCTIONED EVENT. Tournament Fee: First event $40; Second event $20
True North Classical Academy Gymnasium: Miami, FL
posted 02/01/2021
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Events Schedule:

Open Mixed Foil Close of Registration 9:00 A.M.
Y10 Mixed Foil Close of Registration 11:00 A.M.
Y14 Mixed Foil Close of Registration 12:00 P.M.
Y12 Mixed Foil Close of Registration 2:00 P.M.
Open Mixed Epee Close of Registration 2:00 P.M.

All events are capped, and entry is on a first-come first-served basis - NO EXCEPTIONS.

Tournament Fee: First event $40; Second event $20

COVID-19 Guidelines

Any updates to USFA protocols & mandates will be in force for this event.

Mask Mandate

All attendees at USA Fencing sanctioned tournaments will be required to wear a mask at all times, including athletes during competition. Face coverings must be two-layer cloth masks or surgical face coverings. Single-layer gaiters, bandannas, masks with vents and the Leon Paul Facemask Shields or similar face coverings are NOT permitted. Athletes who do not comply with this policy will not be allowed to compete. Other individuals, including spectators and coaches, who do not wear a mask or face covering will be assessed a Group 3 penalty for “any person not on strip disturbing order” which includes a yellow card warning for the first infraction and a black card resulting in expulsion from the venue for a second infraction. There will be no exceptions, for athletes or any other tournament attendee, to the mask mandate. We cannot accommodate those with conditions that would preclude wearing a mask, so anyone unable to wear a mask should stay home.

Screaming

Research has shown that virus transmission occurs at higher rates when individuals scream or yell due to the increased propulsion of droplets through the air. Accordingly, yelling after a touch, or at any time during a bout, will be prohibited. As this is a significant change to a habit for many fencers, referees are advised to verbally warn fencers rather than issuing an immediate penalty. If, after warnings, the referee determines an athlete is deliberately violating the reminder not to scream, the referee can award a Group 1 penalty for refusal to obey the referee resulting in a yellow card for the first infraction and red cards for subsequent infractions. The referee also has the authority to award a Group 3 penalty for disturbing order on the strip which results in a red card for the first infraction and a black card and exclusion from the tournament for subsequent infractions.

For coaches/spectators screaming a Group 3 penalty "Any person not on strip disturbing order" with a yellow card for the first infraction and a black card for subsequent infractions.

Handshakes

Athletes are to salute at the conclusion of a bout in lieu of shaking hands with each other, the referee or coaches.

Spectator/Coach Policy

Each fencer may have ONE adult (parent or coach), on the gym with them.