Australian Fencing Circuit (AFC) #4
October 29, 2022 - October 31, 2022
Acknowledging the people
The Australian Fencing Federation acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land where this tournament is being held, and pays respect to ancestors and Elders, past, present and emerging.
COVID-19 competition policy:
While sporting events and interstate travel will continue to be affected by public health directives for the foreseeable future, the AFF has implemented a COVID-19 competition policy.
Fees and charges:
Note, some states may add a state levy to cover team management and other state-related costs. These levies are in addition to AFF tournament charges and are collected at the time of registration. Please check your state association website for more information.
|AFC 1-4 Open / U23 / Veteran||$110||Competitors can choose to pay additional $80 to opt out of refereeing obligations.|
|National Championships Open and Veterans||$120||Competitors can choose to pay additional $90 to opt out of refereeing obligations.|
|Veterans second weapon||$25||Competitors can choose to pay additional $90 to opt out of refereeing obligations.|
|Veterans third weapon||$0||Competitors can choose to pay additional $90 to opt out of refereeing obligations.|
|U15 / Cadet / Junior Championships||$130||Where fencers compete in three weapons in same age group, 3rd weapon is $80.|
|Australian Youth Circuit events #1,#2,#3 first weapon||$70||Includes $30 referee levy|
|Australian Youth Circuit events #1,#2,#3 second and third weapons||$60||Includes $30 referee levy|
|National School Individual Championships||$95||Competing in 2nd and 3rd weapon - $70 each. Includes $20 referee Levy.|
|Additional late fee applies to all registrations except veteran entries||$100|