The 2019 West-Rock Division Qualifiers will be held on Sunday, November 18, 2018 at the Fencing Academy of Westchester, in Hawthorne, NY.
For event details and to register, please click HERE
Online pre-registration closes on November 12. Events are $60 each, and are payable by cash or check in advance or at the door. Credit cards are NOT accepted.
Congratulations to all our West-Rock fencers and coaches who competed (and are competing) in Memphis.
Zach Binder of FAW claimed a silver medal in the Cadet Men’s Foil. Coaches: Slava Grigoriev, assisted by Anya Katkova and Renal Ganeev.
A very special CONGRATULATIONS goes out to our division fencers who were named to the Junior National Team and will be traveling to World Championships in April:
Teddy Lombardo, Junior Men’s Epee. Clubs: FAW, NYAC. Coach: Alex Zurabishvili
Slyvie Binder, Junior Women’s Foil. Clubs: Columbia University, FAW. Coaches: Anya Katkova & Slava Grigoriev.
West-Rock Fencers — there’s just over a month to go till our Y14 and Division 2/Division 3 qualifiers at the Fencing Academy of Westchester. There’s still time to sign-up, so don’t wait! Pre-registration closes on March 18.
To register click: HERE
Div II and III: Born 2004 or earlier
Remember, this competition is for members of the West-Rock Division ONLY. You must have an active USA Fencing Membership to compete.
Registration is live for the West-Rock Qualifiers for the 2018 Junior Olympics! Sign-up now to avoid late fees.
Junior and Cadet qualifiers will be fenced on Sunday, November 19, at the Fencing Academy of Westchester.
To register click HERE
Registration on askfred closes NOV 11, 2017.
DOUBLE ENTRY FEE, DEC 12 -17.
NO ENTRIES ACCEPTED AFTER Midnight, DECEMBER 17 OR AT THE DOOR.
The 2018 Junior Olympics will be held in Memphis, TN, from February 16-19, 2018.
More “fine print”:
* We are running the Junior in the morning. If you qualify for the Junior and have registered to fence Cadet in the afternoon, we will not provide a refund for the Cadet should you choose not to fence in it. Registrations will not be accepted the day of the event. If you want to fence in both events, you must register in advance and pay for both at check-in.
Good luck to all fencers competing at this week’s National Championships and July Challenge!
Fencing kicks off on Saturday, July 1, in Salt Lake City, UT. Competition will be held at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Halls 1-5 with medals awarded daily. All events are free and open to the public. The 10-day event will draw an estimated 4,222 fencers from 47 states and 428 clubs. With 8,877 entries approved for the event, the tournament could surpass the 12-day 2014 USA Fencing National Championships as the largest fencing tournament in history. For complete tournament coverage click HERE
We know how hard everyone has worked all season and congratulations to the fencers, coaches, parents, and supporters who made it through another year on the strip.
Go get ’em!