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The Richard F Oles Memorial Charm City Classic showcases some of the best local fencers in their quest for fame, glory and a chance to get on track for the National or Olympic Fencing Teams. There will be events each for men and women in each of the three weapons; foil, epee and sabre. Events begin at 8am and go throughout the day and will end around 4pm. There is no admission fee.
If you have ever wanted to see Olympic Fencing up close this is your chance!
The Chesapeake Fencing Club will present Fence-A-Thon 15, our annual all-night fencing marathon, on Friday and Saturday, October 24 & 25 at Liberty Christian School in Owings Mills. Check-in & registration will be held 7-8 p.m. on Friday, October 24. Fencing will start at 9 p.m. and continue all night long until 7 a.m. Saturday morning for those who go the distance. Registration packets will be available at the club and on-line at www.fenceathon.com.
The Regional Open Circuit (ROC) is designed to promote and develop strong regional tournaments for the Open/Division I-A fencer who seeks competitive opportunities beyond the local and sectional level but below the NAC Division I level. Points are awarded to the top 40% at ROC events, however, the ROC points list is separate from the National Rolling Points List.
The Richard F Oles Charm City Classic Regional Open Circuit is the largest fencing tournament held in the Baltimore area. Over 300 men and women fencers from across the eastern half of the country compete for the opportunity to gain consideration for the US Olympic training program. The Regional Open Circuit events are designed to give local fencers a chance to improve their skills and gain experience in high-level tournaments. This 2 day event is divided into men's and women's events in each of the 3 weapons, foil, epee and sabre. Event registration is through the Askfred site.
The Regional Open Circuit (ROC) is designed to promote and develop strong regional tournaments for the Open/Division I-A fencer who seeks competitive opportunities beyond the local and sectional level but below the NAC Division I level.