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    Reminder
    SATURDAY 28TH OCTOBER 2017 - CLOSING DATE FRIDAY 13th OCTOBER 2017


    GLL CAMDEN CADET INTERNATIONAL SABRE TOURNAMENT
    All Individual events will be held on Saturday 28th October and all Team events will be held on Sunday 29th October.

    Entry Information is availble here:
    http://www.britishfencing.com/events...ernational_17/


    Venue: Copper Box Mulit Sports Arena at Queen Elizabeth Olympic, E20 3HB

    ALL CADETS IN TOP 50 OF MENS CADET RANKINGS AND TOP 25 OF WOMENS CADET RANKINGS CAN ENTER.
    YOU WILL NEED AN EFC LICENCE AVAILABLE THROUGH SPORT80 TO ENTER

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    PLEASE NOTE


    You need to have CURRENT Licences issued by EFC for GLL Camden International Cadet and by FIE for Leon
    Paul Cup [Mens Satellite] for British Fencing to complete registration process.

    A number of Fencers have entered the competitions, but have sofar failed to apply for licences. Therefore the BFA cannot register these fencers.

    The official closing date for entries + licences set by BFA for British Fencers is Friday 13th October. Please note that if you miss the closing date deadline you may be liable for surcharge for late entries.

    IF YOU HAVE ENTERED THE COMPETITIONS, but are unsure whether you have been registered with EFC and
    FIE please check current listings on their websites. The BFA entries where process has been completed is up to
    date.

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    The British Entry for GLL Camden International and FIE Satellite was closed by BFA on Friday. A small number of
    entrants have not applied for EFC or FIE licences, which need to be obtained before registration.

    They have been sent reminders by Head Office. This needs to be completed by tomorrow latest if they want to
    compete in Tournament.

    There are sofar 226 entries for the weekend from 22 Countries.

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    This is final update on tournament.

    GLL CAMDEN INTERNATIONAL
    Boys Individual Entry 101
    Girls Individual Entry 72
    Team Entries 24
    Nations Represented 23

    LEON PAUL CUP [FIE SATELLITE]
    Men Individual 77
    Nations Represented 18

    There will be 20+ referees over weekend recruited to cover both competitions. This includes 10 who have FIE qualifications.

    The Satellite is the largest recorded on FIE website since Mens Sabre Results have been recorded in 2011.

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    Looking forward to watching a large international sabre competition in the UK.



    Quote Originally Posted by Ronald Velden View Post
    This is final update on tournament.

    GLL CAMDEN INTERNATIONAL
    Boys Individual Entry 101
    Girls Individual Entry 72
    Team Entries 24
    Nations Represented 23

    LEON PAUL CUP [FIE SATELLITE]
    Men Individual 77
    Nations Represented 18

    There will be 20+ referees over weekend recruited to cover both competitions. This includes 10 who have FIE qualifications.

    The Satellite is the largest recorded on FIE website since Mens Sabre Results have been recorded in 2011.

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    It was great to work with Jon Willis today at the Camden Cadet Internationals and to see our sabre refs in action and also to see GB fencers taking Silver and Bronze.

    Hope tomorrow beings more GB success.

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    Good to see Will Deary 1st and James Honeybone 2ns in the FIE Sattelite event and the Cadet Men's Sabre team won the team event too.

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    This was a great event all the way through.
    The Copper box must be the best venue I've ever fenced in, nice floor, good light, lots of space to warm up in etc.
    Organisation-wise everything seemed to run like clockwork, though the scores didn't update very quickly via engarde.
    And some useful points which puts Will up to 58th, Curtis up to 95th and JJ up to 101st. James stays at 48 as he already has 3 as his lowest scoring comp.

    Results here FYI
    http://engarde-service.com/files/bri...eonpaul17/sms/

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