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Épée - Wikipedia

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While modern sport fencing has three weapons (foil, épée, and sabre), each a separate event, épée is the only one in which the entire body is the valid target ...

Epee Fencing - The Fencing Center

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The épée has a three sided blade, in contrast to the foil and sabre which are ... épée and foil versus sabre is that a corps-à-corps or "body to body" contact ...

USFA Oregon - What is the difference between foil, epee, and sabre ?

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About Us/Contacts ... Foil: - The foil is a decendent of the light court sword used by nobility to train for duels. ... As in foil, touches are scored only with the point of the blade, however in epee the entire body, head-to-toe, is valid target - much like in an ... Sabre fencing is also the first of the three weapons to feature a wi...

Fencing competition types: Foil, Sabre, and Epee - ActiveSG

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Sep 11, 2016 ... The target areas for foil fencing differ from epee and saber fencing, and include the torso ... However, the entire body is available as a target, including the head and limbs. ... Contact. Singapore Sports Council location map.

Epee - Introduction and Strategy Guide

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I like to say that epee is the only fencing weapon with true right-of-way, which is ... If you wonder why foil and sabre “attacks” are defined as they are in the rules, ...... You may find your opponent making body contact - in epee, often the contact ...

Fencing Rules for the Novice Parent: Rule differences for foil, epee ...

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Jul 5, 2014 ... Fencing weapons – foil, epee, sabre ... difference between epee and foil is that the target area for epee is the entire body. .... Email address: ...

Fencing Rules for the Novice Parent: Strategy differences for foil ...

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Jul 7, 2014 ... Three masks: sabre, foil and epee ... of blade work: beat attacks (when the attacking fencer contacts the opponent's foil to designate a clear and ...

Fencing Weapon Problems - Absolute Fencing Gear - Fencing ...

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Broken wire in epee, body cord, or reel; Blade wire broken at guard socket ... Contact spring is too long; Non-conductive substance on epee tip; Broken shaft in epee tip ... Body Cord not plugged into sabre or reel; Broken wire in foil, body cord, ...

Fencing 101: Scoring | NBC Olympics

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Mar 25, 2016 ... Learn about the fencing scoring system at the Rio Olympic Games. ... Target Area : In foil, a touch only counts if it lands within the torso of the body (from ... Hits: Unlike the foil, in which only hits with the blade tip count for a point, sabre hits may ... Target Area: The epee athlete's entire body is valid -- ...

Guam Fencing Federation - About Fencing

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In competition points are only scored by contact when the foil's tip makes ... In epee fencing, the opponent's entire body is a valid target area and there are no rules ... However, Saber fencing is similar to foil fencing because it uses the rules of ...