FOC Referee Clinic with Jeff Bukantz
Feb 23, 2013
The EINY Schoolhouse: New York, NY The Fencing Foundation of America is proud to host a USFA Referee Clinic led by Jeff Bukantz. Proceeds will go to the foundation. BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DRINKS, and SNACKS are included. Payment: $80 thru Askfred, $90 at the door
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Map to 277 Park Avenue South New York NY 10010
The Fencing Foundation of America is proud to host a USFA Referee Seminar led by Jeff Bukantz. Proceeds will go to the foundation.
This is an official USFA Fencing Officials Commission (FOC) referees seminar. All referees, parents, coaches, and fencers are welcome.
Jeff's approach includes:
â€¢ Over 30 years of real life experiences and anecdotes
â€¢ Common sense approaches to refereeing
â€¢ Tactics and techniques needed to reach the next level
â€¢ Jeff's #1 secret to gaining the fencer's confidence
â€¢ Making sense of the rules
Please contact Christina Whang at email@example.com
The EINY Schoolhouse
277 Park Avenue South (between 21st and 22nd Streets)
New York, NY 10010
The link to the school:
Saturday, February 23, 2013
9:00 am - 4:30 pm
COST: includes breakfast, lunch, drinks, snacks all day
$80 thru Askfred.
$90 at the door. Cash or Checks payable to "Fencing Foundation of America"
Proceeds will go to support the foundation.
THE STUDY GUIDE
USFA RULES BOOK
Exams are now administered ONLINE, not at the seminar.
Instructions for on-line referee exam:
â€¢ Go to "Fencing Officials Website" http://www.fencingofficials.org
â€¢ The rulebook and study guide will be linked
â€¢ The process will be explained
â€¢ Jeff Bukantz is one of our country's most experienced and successful referees
â€¢ Member of the FIE Rules Commission from 2000-2008
â€¢ Member of the USFA High Performance Committee (1988-2008)
â€¢ Chair of the Fencing Officials Commission from 2002-2004
â€¢ Member of Fencing Officials Commission 1993-2008
â€¢ NCAA Head Referee 2005-2010; NCAA Referee 1978-2010
â€¢ Captain of the 2004 and 2008 U.S. Olympic Fencing Teams
â€¢ Started refereeing in the mid-1970s at Metropolitan Division Opens and at NYC high school dual meets
â€¢ Refereed his first NCAA gold medal foil bout in 1978, at the age of 21.
â€¢ Refereed his first USFA National Championship gold medal foil bout in 1980, at the age of 23
â€¢ Qualified as a competitor for 3 World Championship teams, the World University Games team, the Pan American Games team, and 3 World Maccabiah Games teams
â€¢ Refereed all three weapons at the Senior World Championships
â€¢ Refereed at the Olympic Games in 1984 and 1996
â€¢ Refereed at 5 Junior World Championships
â€¢ Refereed the finals of the Olympic Games in Men's Foil in 1996
â€¢ Critically acclaimed author of "Closing the Distance"