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14 Feb - 17 Feb 2019
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29 Mar - 31 Mar 2019
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07 Jun 2019
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08 Jun - 10 Jun 2019
AFC2, including U23 Foil
05 Jul - 09 Jul 2019
U15/Cadet Nationals
11 Jul - 14 Jul 2019
HPP Winter Camp - 2019
31 Jul 2019
National Sabre Clinic
01 Aug - 04 Aug 2019
AFC3, including U23 sabre

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The 2018-19 HPP Athlete Agreement is attached. Please note that the one agreement applies to both Australian Fencing Team (AFT) and Australian Fencing Squad (AFS) members across all age categories. However, the training and competition commitments for level of membership and for each age category are different (as set out in Schedule 1 of the Agreement and in the 2018-19 Annual Plan). 

Fencers should carefully review the fee provisions of the Athlete Agreement as well as the training and competition obligations, before deciding whether they wish to nominate for the High Performance Program. Fencers should also note the provisions regarding withdrawal from the High Performance Program and termination of the agreement.

Joining the High Performance Program is a significant commitment. Athletes must be available to compete at the designated international competitions (if selected). Exceptions will not generally be made for individual circumstances such as conflicting educational or work requirements, costs of travel, personal concerns about the location of events or inconvenience associated with the timing of events. Accordingly, athletes are requested to plan ahead and obtain any necessary external approvals before committing to the program. 

The Athlete Agreement refers to a number of Policies and other documents, which can generally be accessed on this website via the 'Governance' menu, under the 'Documents and Policies' option (click here). Fencers should note that:

  •   *the FIE Publicity Code is available on the FIE web site in French and translated on the British Fencing web site (click here);
  •   *the Code of Conduct for Athletes is contained within the Member Protection Policy (available on this website); and
  •   *the Publicity Policy is effectively contained within the Sponsorship Policy (available on this website).