It’s that time of year! Baltimore MidAtlantic Fencing Academy invites local epee fencers to reach out and
stab someone join our epee crew in an evening of open bouting!
Don’t want to drive all the way
to Columbia, Hunt Valley, Ellicott City, DC over hell’s half acre on a Friday night and still get a few good bouts in?
Baltimore MidAtlantic Fencing Academy invites local epee fencers to get their
clocks cleaned end-of-week fencing fix at our first-ever Rusty Blades First Friday on March 1, 2019!
Open bouting starts at 8:00PM, if you come at 7:30, you can still partake of Coach Chris’ Stretch & Strength conditioning class.
No matter how rusty or shiny, unless your jacket smells really bad from letting it stew in your fencing bag for a few weeks, months or years, we’ll welcome you for the modest floor fee of $15 (for non-members only, of course)!
If you’re new to us, click here for directions!
On Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019, fencing classes and lessons will take place at Loyola-Blakefield’s gymnasium. Knott’s Hall is located right behind the main building. Take the main entrance.
(Limited parking is available right at the venue, but there is a lot right behind the athletic field. The 2-minute walk will do you good.)
As always, there may be changes, so call Coach Chris if you don’t find us. 410-790-8033.
- Single criteria for “Unwillingness to fight”: There is now only one criterion for applying t.124, and that is one minute of elapsed bout time without a hit scored (or a hit scored off-target in foil). It is the duty of the referee to track the time since the last hit and apply t.124 as necessary.
Shouldn’t be a problem in foil and saber. But it seems contrary to the epee game. (At least that’s why Coach Chris dislikes it!)
pay the piper register for the February/March 2019 Classes!
Could it be simpler? Yes, it could!
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