Learn the basics of epee fencing from Fabian Kauter: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tJOAb4MJEc&feature=youtu.be Fabian Kauter of Switzerland gives us complete guide to Olympic Epee Fencing, explaining the event's rules, tactics and his own enjoyment of the sport. … [Read more...] about How to Fence Epee – Fabian Kauter’s Fencing Guide
Fencing on a collegiate team, whether it be a Division I NCAA team or an intramural club fencing program, can be a very rewarding experience. If you plan on fencing in college, it’s best to do your research on the various programs available to you at the schools where your academic interests take you. Most top tier colleges have fencing available – either as an NCAA or collegiate club program, so you don’t have to give anything up on the academic side to find fencing in college.
Fencing on a collegiate team, whether it be a Division I NCAA team or an intramural club fencing program, can be a very rewarding experience. If you plan on fencing in college, it's best to do your research on the various programs available to you at the schools where your academic interests take you. Most top tier colleges have fencing available - either as an NCAA or … [Read more...] about Fencing in College – How to Get on an NCAA Fencing Team
Max Heinzer is a global fencing phenom, currently ranked fourth in the world. Adversity seems to be the fuel of Max Heinzer. Whether he is down on an opponent, hobbled with injury, or weary from his intensive training regimen, Max’s love of fencing, resilience, and relentless determination to be the best drives him through any hardship.
Thank you to my good friend Victor Malone who translated Max's questions from German, and to Leland Guillemin and the reddit community for providing input into the interview. Don’t put your guard down if you have a lead against Max Heinzer. It’s an opportunity he’ll seize with pleasure. Don’t think there’s any area of target on your body that’s immune to the deceptive, … [Read more...] about An Interview with Max Heinzer
A study of injuries occurring in Olympic competition ranks fencing as having one of the lowest injury rates, making it one of the safest Olympic sports. Only 5 summer Olympic sports posted lower injury rates than fencing in this study of injuries from the 2008 Olympics. (Those were diving, synchronized swimming, rowing, kayak, and sailing.) At the Olympic Games, about … [Read more...] about Fencing: Safer than Badminton
Jae Sang of Z Fencing LA posted a great tutorial in the forums for using Fencing Time and Dropbox to post live results for your next fencing tournament. Instructions for Publishing Live Fencing Tournament Results using Dropbox: Using the live publishing feature of fencing time without having to ftp into your website, you can use dropbox Installation and Set … [Read more...] about Tutorial: Live Results Using FencingTime with Dropbox