Now that the GB Sabre World Championship action is over – and what an exhausting 3 days it has been! – it is time to look at what it might all mean for the end of year rankings.
We have gone off the published multiplier of 600 on the British Fencing GB Calendar.
If you go to the Rankings and Biogs page you can quickly go to the rankings.
In essence the Carry Over to next season is 35% for the Cadets and the Juniors is a rolling ranking with some Cadets coming in with 10% of their cadet ranking. It’s complicated.
According to the rules, the new season rankings should be published by British Fencing before 4 May 2022. No later than 30 days after the end of the season, which ended with the Cadet and Junior World Championships respectively.
Given that the detail of the start of season Cadet rankings requires results from the BYC U14 Boys and U14 Girls, to be held on 2nd May and 30th April respectively, we think they will have done very well to get the start of season cadet rankings out on time. It’s certainly possible.
Enjoy this year’s rankings!
Well done to everyone who went and competed and also to those of you who are just building up to your first ranking competitions at this level.
Don’t forget there are non GBR ranking competitions available all year round, including LPJS, Youth Series and now Yorkshire Youth Challenge to compete at.
The England U14 rankings – there isn’t a GBR wide U14 ranking – continue through to December of course.