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Date: 3/6/17 Attendees: Dan Berke, Kevin Mar, Alan Geller, Rachel Peterson, Mike Reiter Primary topic: Battle in Seattle Post Mortem Qualifiers 1st week of April Need to get refs; plan to get the usual local refs Championship in June BiS … Continue reading
The Western Washington Division mourns the recent passing of John Zobel. John was an active member of the division, both a veteran fencer himself and a fencing parent for his son Eric. John’s presence will be sorely missed. Our condolences … Continue reading
Live results for the Battle in Seattle will be at http://fencingtime.com/LiveResults/Battle2017/. Live results for the veteran’s events are at http://fencingtime.com/LiveResults/BattleVets2017/.
The regular-fee registration deadline for the Leon Auriol Open is this Wednesday!!
Remember, division championships are coming up soon! Full information is on AskFRED at https://askfred.net/Events/moreInfo.php?tournament_id=32450. As it says there, all fencers must pre-register on AskFRED by 11:59pm PDT on June 8th, 2016. Failure to do so will result in DOUBLE entry … Continue reading
The following table lists all of the fencers who are already qualified for Y14 at Summer Nationals, and so don’t have to fence in the division qualifiers this weekend. Fencers who are flagged with an asterisk (*) are qualified through … Continue reading
The following fencers have qualified for division II (and III, if they are still rated D or below as of the registration deadline for Summer Nationals). Note that these fencers are not considered “automatic qualifiers” by the USFA, and so … Continue reading
The 2016 edition of the Battle in Seattle Division 1A ROC is coming soon!! Register now at AskFRED before fees go up on January 23rd!! This year’s tee shirt design is pretty awesome, featuring Sasquatch and the Space Needle: If you … Continue reading
This year’s Leon Auriol Open is coming soon! Register at https://askfred.net/Events/moreInfo.php?tournament_id=30720.
Leon Auriol, who led the introduction of fencing in Western Washington and the entire Pacific Northwest, passed away on August 29th. He will be missed by all of us.