Fencing, also called Olympic fencing, is a sport in which two competitors fight
using 'Rapier-style' swords, winning points by making contact with their opponent
There are three types of fencing weapons, each with its own rules and strategies.
These weapons are called the foil, the épée and the...
A guide to the sport of fencing, and especially the swords!
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Nov 29, 2010 ... "Fencing Basics" features Olympic Fencing Coach, Mike Pederson, as he walks
you through Foil, Epee, and Sabre Fencing Techniques.
Noun, 1. fencing sword - a sword used in the sport of fencing. epee - a fencing
sword similar to a foil but with a heavier blade. foil - a light slender flexible sword
There are three fencing weapons. In short they are: 1. Foil - the hardest of the
weapons, has the most rules. Originally a training weapon. It is lighter than the ...
Most fencers choose a weapon early in their careers, and develop their expertise
... those who choose this weapon are often called the “hack and slash” fencers.
The history of these terms sort of "flip flops" back and forth across their usage.
Let's start with the .... Why is fencing called fencing? What kind of people are
This is a sport that involves two people and the use of special fencing swords,
called foils, epees or sabres. It is a skilful activity that requires each competitor to
Modern fencers compete in a space called a Strip. In dueling the antagonists
often circled each other, but attacks and defenses were made to and away from ...