|Date||Men’s Épée||Men’s Foil||Men’s Saber||Women’s Épée||Women’s Foil||Women’s Saber|
All entries must be received by the posted deadlines no later than 11:59:59 PM Pacific Time.
To withdraw, email email@example.com.
|Registration Opens||November 1, 2018|
|Regular Fee Deadline||January 22, 2019|
|Triple Fee Entry Deadline (No Paper Entry)||February 19, 2019|
|Check-In Times Posted||1-2 weeks after the regular entry fee deadline|
|Withdrawal/Refund Deadline||February 19, 2019|
|Classification Change/Seeding Deadline||February 19, 2019|
Super Junior/Cadet Circuit (SJCC): There will be one pilot SJCC tournament during the 2018-19 season in March at the Anaheim Convention Center in California. Junior and Cadet age fencers may participate in the Super Junior/Cadet Circuit; however, only the single best result is included in the revised National Point Standings published after the SJCC.
The Super Junior & Cadet Circuit tournament pilot will be held in March 2019. National points are awarded to the top 40 percent of the competitors at a .2 weight value of the National Point Tables.
Eligibility (age, classification)
Subject to the exceptions in Table 2.5.1, (Junior and Cadet age criteria after the Junior Olympics). Fencers younger than the birth year span in Table 2.5.1. must be on the Cadet NRPS as of the final entry deadline to be eligible. There are no classification requirements. Aged out Junior and Cadet fencers are not eligible for this competition (see Table 2.5.1 the second and third tables on the page).
Seeding and Format
All information regarding seeding can be found in Table 220.127.116.11; all competition format information can be found in Table 2.16.1.
An SJCC, held after the regular entry fee deadline for the Junior Olympic Championships takes place, will award Junior and Cadet National Points to the top 40 percent to age eligible fencers. These National Points will qualify the age eligible fencer to the July Challenge within that calendar year and the Junior Olympics the following year.