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Open - A Grade Competition

Open - A Grade competitions are the highest level of state competition. They are intended to prepare competitors for the competition at national or international level.

 

Membership Requirements

  • All senior competitors must hold a Senior Competitive License.
  • All junior competitors must hold a Junior Competitive License.

 Eligibility

  • All fencers with a Competitive License may compete in this event. Be aware that this category is generally populated with adult fencers.


Open - B Grade Competition

The Open - B Grade competition is intended for fencers who not yet capable of fencing competitively in Open - A Grade competitions. This category replaces the former Intermediate category.

 

Membership Requirements

  • All competitors must hold either a Senior or Junior Competitive license or Participative Registration with Fencing SA.

 Eligibility

A fencer is permitted to compete in Open - B Grade competitions in any weapon until they have completed either of the following requirements, after which they must advance to the Open - A Grade in the following year.

  • Win the Open - B Grade (or former intermediate category) state championships where there are at least 8 people competing in that competition. This advances the fencer to Open - A Grade competition only in the weapon competed. B Grade status remains for other weapons.
  • Attained top 8 ranking in any AFF event that has a minimum of 32 competitors. This advances the fencer to Open - A Grade competition in all weapons.

Note: In all cases of advancement, the fencer is allowed to continue competing in Open - B Grade until the end of the calendar year.



Cadet - A Grade and U15 Competition

Junior competitions are intended to allow young people to experience competitive fencing against fencers of similar age and similar physical development. Given the increased age, strength, fitness and experience of the older fencer some different rules apply.

 

Membership Requirements

  • All fencers must hold a Junior Competitive License with Fencing SA.

 Eligibility

  • A fencer is eligible for a junior competition provided they are UNDER the age limit of the competition on the first of January of that year. e.g. A fencer who turns 15 AFTER January 1st may compete in U15 competitions for the duration of the calendar year.
  • Cadet - A Grade is limited to the under 17 age group.

 

Cadet - B Grade Competition

The Under 17 Cadet - B Grade competition is intended for fencers not yet capable of fencing competitively in Cadet - A Grade or other age restricted competitions. This category replaces the former Youth Intermediate category

Membership Requirement

  • All competitors must hold a Junior Competitive License or Participative Registration with Fencing SA.

 Eligibility

  • A fencer is eligible for a Cadet - B Grade competition provided they are UNDER the age limit of 17 on the first of January of that year.
  • A fencer is permitted to compete in Cadet - B Grade competitions in any weapon until they have completed any of the following requirements, after which they must advance to the Cadet - A Grade in the following year.
  1. Nomination for or member of the Fencing SA High Performance Squad.
  2. Win the Cadet - B Grade (or former Youth Intermediate category) state championships where there are at least 8 people competing in that competition. This advances the fencer to Cadet - A Grade competition only in the weapon competed. B Grade status remains for other weapons.
  3. Attained top 8 ranking in any AFF event that has a minimum of 32 competitors. This advances the fencer to Cadet - A Grade competition in all weapons.
  4. They have the highest ranking at the end of the year in the former Youth Intermediate category or Cadet - B Grade in that weapon where at least 12 people competed in that competition. This advances the fencer to Cadet - A Grade competition only in the weapon competed. B Grade status remains for other weapons.

Note: In all cases of advancement, the fencer is allowed to continue competing in Cadet - B Grade until the end of the calendar year.

 

Veteran Competition

Veteran competitions are intended to allow elder fencers to compete against other fencers of similar age, fitness and experience.

 

Membership Requirements

  • All competitors must hold a Senior Competitive License.

Eligibility

  • A fencer is eligible for Veteran competitions from January 1st of the year of their fortieth birthday.

Special Rules

  • All Veteran Direct Elimination bouts go to ten points and consist of two three minute periods.


 U11, U13 Competition

Junior competitions are intended to allow young people to experience competitive fencing against fencers of similar age and similar physical development.

 

Membership Requirements

  • All competitors must hold a Junior Competitive License or Participative Registration with Fencing SA.

 Eligibility

  • A fencer is eligible for a junior competition provided they are UNDER the age limit of the competition on the first of January of that year. eg. A fencer who turns 13 AFTER January 1st may compete in U13 competitions for the duration of the calendar year.

 Special Rules

  • All Direct Elimination bouts go to ten points and consist of two three minute periods.

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