As JKormann said, I fenced Pixie’s event Sunday, even though I still wasn’t fully recovered from this cold. But after I suggested this would be a good spot for Lioness to compete and she decided to sign up, there was no question about going. JK was sympathetic, but I had to report that I was up to around 90 percent: a lot less crud in my chest, and my knees finally stopped hurting from last week’s hockey games, but I was still winded at the end of three minutes.
With six women
Updated 01-14-2015 at 09:26 PM by Zebra
Link to results: https://askfred.net/Results/results....ament_id=28606
I’m still irked. I should have finished in the 4, not in the 8.
Pools went well. I came out placed 1st in my pool. The only loss was to Andrew Stein, who came in 3T. Closest was against Zebra, who I’d face in the DE. Brian is a good fencing-friend and it is always a pleasure to fence him. His switch to left, threw me, but I adapted. Our pool had no dedicated Ref, but we had two rated Refs in
I wasn’t fully over the cold that I came down with Christmas Eve, but I went ahead and fenced the E & under at Modern Duelists. There were several reasons: first, registration was limited and they didn’t say anything about a waiting list—if there was I would have felt better about scratching. Second, I wanted to check out the new venue so I could report back to teammates; and third, I was planning a booze run on the way home (priorities).
Turned out to be a cold, wet day, which
It's darn hard to try and pick the glove of a Y10. Such a little hand--such a big bell guard...
A local club, The Panthers, is having an E & Under epee this Sunday: https://askfred.net/Events/whoIsComi...d=28606#113335.
There are over 15 fencers.
I'm the only rated fencer, meaning it's still an E1.
Updated 01-07-2015 at 06:20 PM by jkormann