A C & Under Mixed Mixed Tournament will be held on Saturday & Sunday, December 9 & 10, at DCFC's Forest Glen Fencing Center.
On Saturday, December 9, the C & Under Mixed Foil competition will close registration at 1:30pm. Also on Saturday, the C & Under Mixed Sabre will close at 3:00pm. On Sunday, December 10, the C & Under Mixed Epee will close registration at 10:00am.
Preregister at AskFRED.
The Capital Fencing Academy will host a Veteran Sabre event on Sunday, December 17. The Veteran Women's Sabre competition will close registration at 11:30am. The Veteran Mixed Sabre event will close at 1:30pm.
Preregister at AskFRED.
The Capitol Division Executive Committee is committed to increasing the number of rated referees within the division.
To support this goal, the Committee has voted to reimburse any Capitol Division member's referee clinic fees and testing fees if they pass the written test and practical exam and successfully earn a referee rating. Travel and hotel expenses are not reimbursable, only the fees for the clinic and test. Verification of the rating earned and documentation of the testing fees should be sent to the Division Treasurer.
In addition, the Capitol Division will reimburse the membership upgrade fee for new referees (and those who have just turned age 18).
For the 2023-2024 season, the Capitol Division is pleased to make international competition travel grants of $500.00 available to individual fencers who are members of the Division. These grants are being made to fulfill our mission, as outlined in our bylaws, to assist Divisional fencers to reach their full potential in fencing. These grants are available to reimburse expenses related to competing in cadet, junior, and senior US Fencing designated international competitions and at Veteran World Championships and to attending those same competitions as a member of the official US Fencing delegation.
Fencers are eligible for one grant per season. Grants are available for expenses not fully reimbursed from other sources.
In order to receive these grants, eligible fencers should submit the Capitol Division International Competition Grant Application to the Capitol Division's Developmental Committee with copies of all the relevant receipts. Reimbursements for expenses will be disbursed by the Treasurer of the Capitol Division.
Deadlines for filing applications for the 2023-2024 season:
Application and receipts should be e-mailed to email@example.com or mailed to:
For the 2023-2024 season, the Capitol Division is pleased to make developmental grants of $300.00 available to the member clubs. Member clubs are eligible for developmental grants once every two seasons. Collegiate/university clubs may apply every year. These grants are being made to fulfill our purposes and objectives as outlined in our bylaws, in particular our missions to support, enhance and develop the sport of fencing and to assist Divisional fencers to reach their full potential in fencing. These grants should not be used for ordinary club expenses such as rent or US Fencing membership; rather the clubs should use these funds to enhance the experience of Divisional fencers in the spirit of our bylaws. One grant will be available to each club.
The list below gives a few examples of ways that these funds could be used. This list includes suggestions, but the committee is open to other uses:
Collegiate/university clubs are also eligible to be reimbursed for their collegiate/university USA Fencing club membership fee ($199.00) each season.
In order to receive these grants, the club representative should submit a proposal on the Capitol Division Developmental Grant Application to the Capitol Division's Developmental Committee. The proposal will be submitted to the rest of the Executive Committee. If the proposal is approved, the club representative should submit receipts for the expenses covered by the grant and a check will be sent to the member club.
The grant application form and receipts should be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to:
The deadline for grant application is June 15.
Below is a list of the rated referees (from the US Fencing Referee Database) who are members of Capitol Division and are listed as "Good-to-Go" (as of 2023-04-08). Note: to be listed as GTG, referees must sign the referee contract on their USA Fencing profile page.
The Referees Commission has realigned referee ratings to match requirements for local, regional and national events. Moving away from the current ratings of P for having passed exams in a particular weapon, and the 10 1 scale with the lower number representing the higher level of the referee the new rating scale is:
Note: R1 rated referees are eligible for selection to referee at national events, depending on tournament needs.
N2 and N1 ratings will be awarded during the annual Referees Commission meeting.
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