Important Dates for Veterans – Updated

08 Apr 2022

Commonwealth Nominations now open Fencers can nominate to attend the Veteran Commonwealth Championships HERE. A list of fencers that have already nominated can be found HERE. 2022 Veteran Commonwealths Championships: Nomination for entries will open on the 11th April and will close on the 8th May.  All nominations for entries will be entered into the…

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Registrations are open for AYC#2

31 Mar 2022

The AFF is excited to announce registrations are open for the second tournament on the Australian Youth Circuit (AYC#2) to be held in Canberra, ACT 7 – 8 May. Full information can be found here. REQUIREMENTS OF VENUE ENTRY A reminder that all participants, whether competing, coaching, officiating, working, or spectating at these tournaments: will…

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Registrations are open for the 2022 Robyn Chaplin (AFC#2)

24 Mar 2022

The AFF is excited to announce registrations are open for the Robyn Chaplin Tournament being held from the 30 April – 2 May. Full information can be found here. REQUIREMENTS OF VENUE ENTRY A reminder that all participants, whether competing, coaching, officiating, working, or spectating at these tournaments will be required to be fully vaccinated…

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Important notice for all persons attending or competing in the DH Mckenzie (AFC#1) (19 – 21 March) in Sydney.

17 Mar 2022

Given the rising rate of COVID cases in the community, especially amongst young people, an extra precaution will be taken for DHM (AFC#1). All participants including spectators will need to submit a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) conducted before entering the venue or present a PCR test result taken within 24 hours of your competition start…

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AFF Rankings and fencing in AFC tournaments

04 Mar 2022

Competitive athletes should ensure they have familiarised themselves with the selection and rankings policies that were announced last September and came into effect on the 1st November 2021, and 3rd February 2022. These polices can be found on the Australian Fencing Website, policies page, here. Paying particular attention to the requirement to have fenced in…

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In support of Ukraine

03 Mar 2022

The Australian Fencing Federation (AFF) is appalled and saddened by the recent military aggression by Russia against Ukraine, with the attendant civilian deaths and widespread suffering by the Ukraine population. We strongly condemn the actions of the Russian Government and stand in solidarity with the Ukraine people. We hope Ukrainian fencers can resume sport free…

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