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Asquith Open 2022
29 October, 2022 @ 8:00 am - 30 October, 2022 @ 5:00 pm$35
Note: Effective October 1 there is a PST charge on registrants over 18 years old. If you are registering and are 18 years old or older, please use the relevant "(18+)" option for your events. Sorry.
Note: If you are registering for a wheelchair event using the Combo Add-On, it will not appear during checkout but as long as it has been checked off on the form you will be registered correctly.
Kerry Vickar Center - Melfort
Saturday, January 21st
|U15 Sabre -CANCELLED|
|14:30||W/C Epee - CANCELLED|
Sunday, January 22nd
|11:00||W/C Sabre - CANCELLED|
|Masters Sabre - NEW TIME|
|13:30||W/C Foil - CANCELLED|
The above times are for close of registration. Fencers not present at close of registration will be withdrawn* Registration in the Wheelchair events is complimentary with registration to any other events of the same weapon† Under-10 Foil and Épée fencers must use size 2 weapons or smaller
Early Bird Deadline: 11:00pm Tuesday, January 10th
Registration Deadline: 11:00pm, Sunday, January 15th
Under-10 fencers must be born 2013 or since. Under-13 fencers must be born 2010 or since. Under-15 fencers must be born 2008 or since. Cadet fencers must be born 2006 or since. Junior fencers must be born 2003 or since. Masters fencers must be born 1993 or before.
|Early Bird Pricing||Regular Fees|
|U15 & Younger Events||$15 per event||$25 per event|
|Cadet & Older Events||$30 per event||$40 per event|
|U10/U13||Cost of Registration fees||Cost of Registration fees|
Starting October 1st, all tournament related fees will be subject to PST for athletes aged 18 and older.
There is a $35 registration fee plus $40 per regular event and $25 for Under-15 and younger events, or a $25 registration fee plus $30 per regular event and $15 for Under-15 and younger events if registration is completed by the Early Bird Deadline. Under-10 and Under-13 events are free with the base registration cost. Fencers competing in the Wheelchair event in a weapon may compete for free as long as they are competing in another event of the same weapon. Fencers registered in three or more events will receive a 50% rebate on their third event and any additional events.
All entrants must register online to participate in the tournament. All fencers who wish to fence in wheelchair events may register for free online so long as they are fencing at least one regular event.
Rules and Regulations
Fencers may enter more than one event on each day, but they may be required to withdraw from an event if their entry will impede the progress of the competition. Fencers must remain in the event in progress. The latest FIE rules will apply except regarding FIE clothing and FIE blades. All Competitors are required to wear proper fencing clothing. No sweatpants or windpants will be allowed. All sanctioned events (Cadet, Junior and Open) are done so by the SFA through the CFF. All Canadian competitors in sanctioned events must hold a current SFA Regular membership and CFF license. Competitors may fence Masters events with an SFA Recreational Membership. U-10, U-13 & U15 fencers must also hold at least a Recreational Membership.
U10/U13 Epee will use Foils, and not Epee.
U10/13 Fencing groups may be separated if we have enough registrations for both age groups.