London Savate International Open 2019

Savate clubs around the world are coming to London this summer for a great day of Savate competition.


Details.

  • Date: Saturday 8th June 201 | 9am-6pm.
  • Location: London Nautical School, 61 Stamford Street, SE1 9NA.
  • Registration. Individual registration is required for ALL athletes.
  • Level: Assaut. Beginner to advanced.
  • Ages: Senior and veteran (18 years +). Clubs with children should contact the organiser to arrange matches.
  • Organiser: London Savate.

Registration is now closed.

    We have over 50 athletes travelling from all over the world. Matches will be made and circulated shortly.

Officials.

    Clubs are encouraged to bring judges and referees. Please contact us to put names down.

Spectators.

    Spectators welcome on the day (£5 entry).

Timetable.

  • 09h00 Hall opens.
  • 10h00 First assaut.
  • 17h00 Last assaut.
  • 18h00 Finish.
  • 19h00 Party on the Southbank.

Travel.

🚄 Waterloo | London Bridge | Blackfriars train station. (5-10 minutes walk).
🚇 Southwark underground station. Contactless cards work on the London underground.
🚆 Eurostar St Pancras. (20-30 minutes).
✈ Gatwick Airport (60 minutes). Heathrow Airport (60 minutes).


Accommodation.

We regret we do not have the resources to organise accommodation for attendees.


Important information for athletes and coaches:

1. Participation.
– Athletes need to be registered using the Registration Form.
– To cover hall costs, there is a participation fee.

2. Form of bouts.
– Bouts will be held under Savate Assaut international rules as given by FISav.
– The decision of the DO in any matter regarding the progress of bouts is final.
– Bouts will consist of 3 x 1.5 minute rounds, with 1 minute rest.
– All bouts will take place on mats.

3. Equipment.
– Athletes will undergo a kit check before each bout. FISav regulations will be used.
– Safe and appropriate boots.
– Gloves of appropriate weight
– Mandatory protection: gum shield, shin guards, groin guard, chest guard (female).
– Safe and appropriate clothing.

4. Medical and safety.
– Athletes should complete a medical check in their country or club or origin.
– We recommend you consult a doctor or physician if you are in any doubt as to your medical suitability for the event.
– Whilst this is an Assaut competition, injuries do happen and while the organiser takes every care to reduce this risk, be aware that this is a contact sport. Please respect all the safety advice given by officials and marshals on the day.
– Travel and medical insurance is the responsibility of each athlete.
– Athletes should be aware of Anti-Doping regulations and the list of banned substances: www.wada-ama.org

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