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IMPORTANT CORRECTION - date of General Assembly

This website incorrectly listed the date of the 2018 General Assembly as 21 July.

The correct date is 22 July, with the constitution workshop on 21 July. See below for venue information.

We apologise for this error.

 

CFF Meetings in Newcastle-upon-Tyne

The venue for the Constitution Workshop on 21 July and the DT, Team Managers’ and Referees’ Meetings, as well as the CFF General Assembly on 22 July will be:

The Sprint Track
First Floor
Sport Central
Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Please note that Team Leaders and those attending the General Assembly at 4pm on 22 July are invited to join the CFF Executive members for a welcome cocktail at the conclusion of the meeting.

Fencing was included in the Commonwealth Games from 1950 (when the event was still known as the British Empire Games) through to 1970.

Since that time, as a Commonwealth Games Federation Recognised Sport, Commonwealth Senior Fencing Championships have been held every four years, in the same year as the Commonwealth Games.

In addition, Commonwealth Junior Fencing Championships are held every three years, and Commonwealth Veteran Fencing Championships every two years.

All of these events are overseen by the Commonwealth Fencing Federation.

 

Calendar

Workshop on proposed new CFF Constitution
21 Jul 2018, 10:00am
The Sprint Track, First Floor, Sport Central, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England
Download the draft constitution.

2018 General Assembly
22 Jul 2018, 4:00pm
The Sprint Track, First Floor, Sport Central, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England
Download the Agenda.

2018 Junior and Cadet Championships
23-30 Jul 2018
Newcastle upon Tyne, England
See the official website.

2018 Senior and Veteran Championships
23-28 November 2018
Canberra, Australia
See the official website.

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