Firstly we needs your details...
Note; You will need to hold a "Compete" specification license to take part in this event. More information here
You will need to be a current member of British Fencing through one of the Home Countries (Scotland, England, Wales, Ni Ireland, Channel islands) in order to take part in this event. Please visit British Fencing for more information on how to join.
Fencers who do not attend a UK club may be considered as "Overseas" and are allowed to enter Opens as guests at the sole discretion of the Competition Organiser. Please complete details below on which federation you are a member of.
For the avoidance of doubt, a fencer who has any affiliation with a UK Club cannot claim to be “Overseas” and must hold a valid BF "Compete" membership to take part in this event.
Choose the weapons you wish to enter
Saturday 14th October 2017
Please select only one weapon on Saturday
Sunday 15th October 2017
Please select only one weapon on Sunday
As you will be under 18 on the day of the event, your parent or guardian must provide consent for you to take part in the event and specifiy a preference on our Photographic Policy
Please ask your parent or guardian to complete this section...
You must agree to the above statement to complete this entry.
Scottish Fencing aims to support participation in a safe and fun environment. During this event photographs and/or videos may be taken. For example, these may be for personal use by parents or as an aid to coaching. Scottish Fencing takes any inappropriate use of photographs or imagery seriously.
Please indicate below which statement you agree to.
I understand that it is my responsibility to ensure that the organisers at this event are aware of my preference. I understand that at large scale events it may be difficult to ensure that my child is not in the background of the photograph/video.
I acknowledge that I am personally responsible for making sure that my clothing and equipment conform to British Fencing rules and are in good condition. I further acknowledge that neither British Fencing nor the organisers of the competition, nor any official or referee involved in the competition is responsible for these matters, or for any accident, loss or damage to persons or property however caused.