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2019-04-10 16:25 - Call for Nominations - Australian U15/Cadet Nationals 2019
Posted by HopkinsAmanmore from same (Australia)
AustraliaNominations are called for fencers wishing to be selected for the New Zealand Team travelling to Sydney for the Australian National U15 and Cadet Fencing Championships from 5th to 9th July.
This will be a Managed and Coached Team and fencers are required to stay with the New Zealand Team at the Team Accommodation in Sydney - Accommodation to be confirmed by the Team Manager, Robert Gastaldo-Brac.
Fencers wishing to qualify should note that under the Selection Criteria, a Qualifying Performance is a Top 75% finish in the New Zealand National U15 / U17 Championships, or any higher age group championship or NZ Champs, President's Cup, NI or SI Champs within the previous 12 months.
Nomination Forms can be found under the Downloads section of the website, under the Forms tab. Nomination Forms should be sent to secretary@fencing.org.nz by 28th April.
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2019-04-08 17:42 - Strategic Priorities 2019-2020
Posted by HopkinsAmanmore from same (FeNZ)
FeNZThe Fencing New Zealand Board and Commission heads have been working hard on our 2019 / 20 Strategic Priorities. An external facilitator was engaged and the process included seeking input from the wider fencing community, a full day planning session in Auckland and creation of the final document. The process has redefined Fencing New Zealand’s Purpose, Vision and Values and identified four key focus areas, Leadership and Governance, Operational Capability and Capacity, Sporting Capability and Capacity and Communications & Marketing. A copy of the full document can be found on the website under the Documents menu item under the Downloads section of this website.

Over the next couple of months I intend to get around all the regions to discuss the plan in more detail, and progress against each of the initiatives will be monitored at the monthly board meetings. I would like to take this opportunity to thank my fellow board members, commission heads and the others who have helped pull this together, I believe it is a great starting point on which we can build and take the sport we all love to where we want it to be.

Mark Rance, President Fencing NZ
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2019-03-20 10:45 - Oceania Training Camp
Posted by HopkinsAmanmore from same (Oceania Zone)
 Location and dates:  Wellington High School Gym, Taranaki Street, Wellington

Tuesday 23rd of April 9:30 a:m for a 9:45 start finishing at 3:30. Weds 24th 9:30 - 2:00 ish.

Cost:  $70.00 for the 2 days or $40.00 for 1 day

This is a two day camp to help in your preparation for the Oceania U15/17's in Wellington, New Zealand, run by the Oceania Development Officer, Leon Thomas and invited coaches.  Because of the gym size we will have to limit the numbers to 50, on a first come first serve basis.

The camp is open to fencers who are going to the tournament and have been fencing for 3+ years and/or have coach  support to be physically and technically capable to fence and train.
Link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf2ukxENfnssx4XF6OqJKY-YYPn-nIo26LDcQMWIy7hwuECMw/viewform

Oceania Training Camp 23-24th April 2019, Wellington, New Zealand
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2019-03-16 17:42 - Fencing NZ AGM
Posted by HopkinsAmanmore from same (FeNZ)
FeNZReminder that the Annual General Meeting of Fencing NZ takes place tomorrow Sunday 16th March at 7pm by Skype.

Your regions will have organised places where you can join the meeting, or you can email secretary@fencing.org.nz if you would like to join the meeting directly by Skype.

Email your regional Secretary or President to receive a copy of the papers for the meeting.
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2019-03-16 08:43 - Oceania Training Camp
Posted by HopkinsAmanmore from same (Oceania Zone)
 Location and dates:  Wellington High School Gym, Taranaki Street, Wellington

Tuesday 23rd of April 9:30 a:m for a 9:45 start finishing at 3:30. Weds 24th 9:30 - 2:00 ish.

Cost:  $70.00 for the 2 days or $40.00 for 1 day

This is a two day camp to help in your preparation for the Oceania U15/17's in Wellington, New Zealand, run by the Oceania Development Officer, Leon Thomas and invited coaches.  Because of the gym size we will have to limit the numbers to 50, on a first come first serve basis.

The camp is open to fencers who are going to the tournament and have been fencing for 3+ years and/or have coach  support to be physically and technically capable to fence and train.
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2019-03-09 09:09 - NZ U20 Nationals - Christchurch - Entries close this Wednesday
Posted by HopkinsAmanmore from same (FeNZ)
FeNZA quick reminder that entries close this Wednesday for the NZ U20 Nationals in Christchurch.

Please use the following link:

https://www.revolutionise.com.au/fencingmidsouth/events/35048/
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2019-03-06 14:09 - Fencers representing New Zealand
Posted by HopkinsAmanmore from same (International)
InternationalCongratulations and good luck to the following fencers who have been selected to represent New Zealand:

World Cadet & Junior Fencing Championships - Poland
Foil - Lena Jacob, Imogen Everett, Naomi Holland, Frederick Hopkins

Asian Senior Fencing Championships - Japan
Epee - Anna Chalton, Claire Cooper, Sheldon Ogilvie, Matthew Baker, William Biship, Andi Liu
Sabre - Hamish Bulmer, Adam Burrough, Daniel Ko
Foil - Daniel Garelja, Rory Ogg

World Senior Championships - Hungary
Epee - Anna Chalton
Sabre - Hamish Bulmer
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2019-03-04 16:14 - Nominations called for fencers for the Long List Tokyo 2020 Olympics
Posted by HopkinsAmanmore from same (Olympics)
OlympicsFencing NZ is required to provide a Long List to the NZ Olympic Committee ("NZOC") of fencers who are hoping to qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

The NZOC are strict about their Olympic selection and qualification in the Zone Qualification event is not sufficient to be selected for the NZ Olympic Team.  For NZ Olympic Team selection you must show evidence of being able to beat a fencer ranked in the top 32 (maximum 3 per country) to demonstrate that you can achieve a top 16 placement at the Olympics.

Consequently you must be participating in at least TWO events that give you the opportunity to meet that criteria:

•    Participate in at least two FIE Senior competitions and beat a top 32 world ranked fencer allowing for a maximum of 3 fencers per country.
-  this means effectively that you have to reach the round of 64 as the top 32 ranked fencers are exempt from the first rounds of these competitions. A qualifying result may include beating the 33rd, 34th or 35th world ranked fencer if there are more than 3 fencers from one country in the top 32 (which is currently the case).
•    Qualify under FIE rules for a place at the Olympic Games (most likely through the Zone Qualification event)

Fencing NZ will put your name forward for the Long List if you can demonstrate that you will be attending the FIE competitions required in the Qualification Period and have qualifying results for the Asian Zone Championships.

The full Selection Criteria for Fencing is available through the following link: http://www.olympic.org.nz/assets/Uploads/Nomination-Criteria-Individual-Tokyo-2020-FeNZ-final.pdf

Please send Nominations to secretary@fencing.org.nz
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2019-03-04 15:20 - Call for Manager and Coaches for Australian U15/Cadet Championships
Posted by HopkinsAmanmore from same (Australia)
AustraliaFencing NZ is looking for nominations for a Manager and Coaches to accompany the NZ team to Sydney Friday 5th to 9th July. First event is Friday 5th with Cadet Men's Foil, Cadet Women's Sabre and Cadet Women's Epee.

This tour will be a fully managed tour with the team staying in the same accommodation.

Please email secretary@fencing.org.nz if you would like to participate as a manager or coach.
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2019-03-02 09:46 - NZ U15 & Oceania Cadet Championships
Posted by HopkinsAmanmore from same (FeNZ)
FeNZThe NZ U15 and Oceania Cadet Championship entries are now open.

The competitions will take place 25th to 28th April. Entries close 14th April.

A camp will take place on the 23rd and 24th April at Wellington High School. Details to be provided.

Further information and entry form available here:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScKcI16P9Bku06JZGHiJN4TswTQdotSwj9cL9s95C4381Zg2A/viewform
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