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Épée

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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 ...

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

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Jul 7, 2014 ... Three masks: sabre, foil and epee ... attacks (when the attacking fencer contacts the opponent's foil to designate a clear and visible attack) and ...

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 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, ...

Intro to Fencing | University of Minnesota Fencing Club

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... is an Olympic sport that is comprised of three weapons: Épée, Foil, and Saber. ... light body contact (corps à corps)—only if the contact is hard enough to jostle ...

Ten Reasons Why Longsword Fencing Differs So Much from ...

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In contrast, the three current tools of modern fencing (foil, epee, and saber) have .... parry exchanges without body-to-body contact, as conducted in fencing now.

What is Fencing | Columbia Fencers' Club

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Foil, épée and sabre are the three weapons used in the sport of fencing. ... Points are scored with the tip of the blade and must land within the torso of the body. ... For more information, please contact Jane Littmann at 803-781-0056 or by ...

Fencing Online - Fencing.Net

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Epee was electrified in the 1936 games, foil in 1956, and sabre in 1988. .... If you don't know how to find them, contact your national fencing body (see section ...

TERMINOLOGY — Lilov Fencing Academy

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Foil, epee, and sabre are the three weapons used in the sport of fencing. ... Points are scored with the tip of the blade and must land within the torso of the body.

USA Fencing

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Learn from the Best: USA Fencing Clinics with the 2016 U.S. Olympic Foil Team · Read More ... Saber Rule and Equipment Changes for 2016-17 Season.

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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 ...

Foil, sabre or épée? The specific characteristics of weapons dictate ...

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Nov 26, 2013 ... For those who seek to fence in a precise, light manner, the foil is the ... the adversary's whole body, although only hits with the point of the épée ...

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...