Welcome to the sport, Korwen!
For what it's worth, I find the rule against undressing on the strip in the 1999 USFA rule book, but not in the 1995 rulebook.
This post is a duplicate of an earlier post. I think it's a spammer.
This does not sound like the situation being described. It sounds like a fault was found in equipment other than the fencer's weapon, before the...
Wow, that's a stretch.
They can rebrand it all they want to, but the bylaws still name it as "UNITED STATES FENCING ASSOCIATION".
I was able to read the article, without seeing any prompt to subscribe.
I'd give it a go, but Debbie points out that if we ran it that way, we'd have to cap it at 30 to ensure referee-room between the strips.
Huh? A Belgian is a pistol grip.
You really want to fence 18 pool bouts before your first DE? You are an Iron Man!
There'll be another one in the Fall. :-)
Don't be so sure. Our scoring boxes are all hooked into the same circuit as the main lights, which have a switch by the front door. It has...
That settles it as far as I'm concerned. The rule changed from "Don't remove the mask until the call is made" to "Don't remove the mask until halt...
I'm pretty sure that this was the rule back in the 1980s when I started fencing, but I don't have a copy of the rules from back then. I do have a...
Volker Fischer springs to mind.
Or possibly they are attempting to judge the facts of the case as required by the rule.
I can't tell for sure from the picture, but it looks a lot like the SKB model I have, and a mask does fit.
Agreed. A properly executed beat attack will pretty much always deflect the opponent's blade, albeit briefly. But a beat made on the opponent's...
It does, and did at the JOs.
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