E-mails will NOT be answered after 10 a.m. on Friday or at any time during the tournament.
The NYC Marathon is Sunday, November 3, 2019. We will not delay the start of events for late arrivals due to any traffic conditions or other problems encountered. Fencers not checked in by close of check-in time for your event will be withdrawn and there will be no refund of fees. There is no refund of fees if no-show for any reason.
Daylight savings time ends at 2 a.m. on Sunday (set your clocks Saturday nite before going to bed).
Equipment check line will be very long both days. Venue will open at 6:30 a.m. We urge you to arrive early. Sunday fencers are strongly encouraged to stop by the venue between 12 and 6 on Saturday for equipment check.
Saturday close of check-in times
Y8 Mx F 11 am
Y8 MxE 8 am - cancelled
Y10 MF 1 pm
Y10 ME 8 am
Y10 WE 12 noon
Y12 WF 8 am
Y12 MS 12 noon
Y14 WS 4 pm
Y14 MF 8 am
Y14 ME 2 pm
Y14 WE 11 am
Div2 MF 1 pm
1A WF 8:30 am
1A ME 8 am
1A WE 2:30 pm
1A WS 8:30 am
1A MS 4 pm
V WE 11 am
VMS - cancelled
VME - cancelled
Sunday close of check-in
Y8 Mx S 2 pm
Y10 WF 2 pm
Y10 MS 2 pm
Y10 WS 10 am
Y12 MF 8 am
Y12 WE 2 pm
Y12 ME 12 noon
Y12 WS 2:30 pm
Y14 MS 8 am
Y14 WF 12 noon
1A MF 8 am
2 WF 11 am
2 WE 1 pm
2 ME 8 am
2 WS 2:30 pm
2 MS 3:30 pm
Vet WS 8 am
Vet MF cancelled
Vet WF cancelled
THRUST FALL ROC/RYC/Y8
November 2-3, 2019
The Eugene Levy Fieldhouse
Rockland Community College
145 College Rd
Suffern, NY 10901
Our equipment sponsor and exclusive vendor is Blue Gauntlet Fencing Co. link
REGIONAL OPEN CIRCUIT (ROC) link
The ROC is designed to promote and develop strong regional tournaments for the Open/Division I-A fencer who seeks competitive opportunities beyond the local and division levels but below the NAC Division I level. Other competitive opportunities in the ROC tournaments are provided for Veteran (40 & Older) and Division II (C, D, E or U) fencers. ROC tournaments are open to current USA Fencing competitive members eligible to fence in Open competitions and to foreign fencers with current FIE licenses. However, foreign fencers are not eligible to compete in USA Fencing National Championship events. In the event that a foreign fencer finishes within the qualifying group, the foreign fencer will be skipped and only the highest-finishing eligible domestic fencers will qualify.
In each ROC category (Division I-A, Division II, and Veterans) competitions will award points to the top 40% of the competitive field (rounded up to the next higher integer) to a maximum of 64th place, using the point tables for regional competitions found in The Athlete's Handbook Appendix 2.5. Only the best 3 results, in each respective category, count towards the point total. These points may qualify D1A, DV2, and Veteran ROC fencers to the USA Fencing National Championships in D1A, DV2, DV3, and Veteran. The ROC point standings are not used for seeding National level tournaments. Only ROC events award regional ranking points.
Div1A - Born 2006 or before and with any rating
Div 2 - Born 2006 or before and with C,D,E, or U rating
Veteran - Born 1980 or before
REGIONAL YOUTH CIRCUIT link
The RYC tournaments are held throughout the season, similar to the Super Youth Circuit tournaments. There are no national points awarded at Regional Youth competitions. These competitions are one of the possible qualification paths for Youth 10 and Youth 12 events at both the March NAC and the Y10, Y12 and Y14 USA Fencing National Championships. Fencers only earn points at RYCs within their home region (your Region is assigned based on Division affiliation). Only the best 3 results count towards the point total. These points may qualify Youth fencers to the USA Fencing National Championships. Points earned at Regional Youth tournaments are not considered in determination of national point standings; they are only reflected in regional point standings. Using the formula below, RYC tournaments will award points to all participants: ((# entries – place + 1) / # entries) x 100 points. The winner of each RYC, regardless of size of field, will earn 100 points. The size of the participant field is based on all athletes in the event, regardless of region. Regional RYC Points are only earned in the fencers own region.
Y8: Born 2011-2014 (non-regional and not part of the RYC)
Y10: Born 2009-2012
Y12: Born 2007-2010 (or on Y10 NRPS)
Y14: Born 2005-2008 (or on Y12 NRPS)
Contact the organizer to process your entry if you are not age-eligible but have National points.
More tournament info on askfred.net link
REGULAR fee entry/payment period: thru October 9: $30 registration fee plus $50/event
TRIPLE LATE fee entry/payment period: October 10-12: $90 registration fee plus $150/event
No walk-ins accepted.
USA Fencing will issue refund to credit card used for the registration. Must send notification of withdrawal and request for refund to email@example.com. FENCERS WHO WITHDRAW THEMSELVES WILL NOT BE ELIGIBLE FOR A REFUND. Registration fees and USA Fencing fees are nonrefundable. Requests for event fees refunds will only be honored if received prior to midnight on October 25, 2019. There will be no exceptions to this policy.
There are no refunds in the event of time changes. All times are subject to change according to event entries, therefore we strongly encourage you to keep your entire day flexible until final close-of check-in times are determined. Any time changes will be posted no later than October 15.
On tournament day, fencers arriving after close of check-in will not be allowed to compete. They will be withdrawn from the competition, and no there will be no refund of entry fees for any reason. No refunds issued to no-shows.
Referee Coordinator/Head Referee: Charles Greene (If interested in working as a referee, contact Charles at CharlesEGreeneII@aol.com
Bout Committee: George Janto, Cheryl Delaney
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Saturday, November 2
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