2018 CFC - Captains Announced

Scottish Fencing has appointed the following as weapon captains for the Commonwealth Championships:

MF Keith Cook

WF Chloe Dickson

ME Calum Johnston

WE Alex Stewart

WS Sarahjane Hampson

MS Julian Ghosh

 

2018 Talent Development Day - U14 Fencers

Venue
Strathallan School, Forgandenny, Perth, PH2 9EG,

Salle Ossian Fencing Club will be running a series of talent development day’s for u14, u12 and u10 fencers. This is now open to fencers of any weapon.

The purpose of the day is to develop young talent by preparing them for competition. We’ll be looking at the physical, mental, tactical and lifestyle aspects of the game and help young promising athletes develop towards being effective and ethical competitors. We’ll provide each of the fencers with an athlete profile and smart goals that the fencer can work on at their own club with their own coach.

2018 The Highland Open Fencing Tournament - Results

Elgin High School was the venue for the UK’s most northerly open fencing tournament last weekend (29 & 30 September) when over 80 competitors from places as far afield as Portland, Oregon, New York, Orkney and Cardiff competed for the Highland Open Men’s, Women’s Foil, Epee and Sabre titles.

It was the sixth time that the competition has been held in Elgin and the first time at the new Elgin High School.

SwordMark SuperClub Announcement!

Congratulations to Dunblane Fencing Club, who were recently rewarded with Scottish Fencing Swordmark “SuperClub” status!

 

 

2018 Champion Minded Conference with Allistair McCaw

This conference is a rare opportunity to hear a world expert in the sports performance field speak in Scotland. 

A mindset and performance expert with over 25 years experience, Allistair has trained a host of world champion athletes including Grand Slam Tennis champions, PGA Golfers and Olympians.

2019 Wallace Academy Fun 48 - Epee

Venue
Linlithgow Academy

The Fun Forty Eight is a relaxed day full of fencing. If time and entries permit, the day starts with a friendly team match then the main tournament starts with four rounds of mixed poules and no elimination of fencers. By the end of the day you are fencing a final pool of fencers of a comparable standard so everyone is in a ‘final’.

Medals are awarded for the top three in each pool and there are equipment vouchers donated by Leon Paul - Scotland for the winners of the top three pools.

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2019 Wallace Academy Fun 48 - Epee

Venue
Linlithgow Academy

The Fun Forty Eight is a relaxed day full of fencing. If time and entries permit, the day starts with a friendly team match then the main tournament starts with four rounds of mixed poules and no elimination of fencers. By the end of the day you are fencing a final pool of fencers of a comparable standard so everyone is in a ‘final’.

Medals are awarded for the top three in each pool and there are equipment vouchers donated by Leon Paul - Scotland for the winners of the top three pools.

2019 Wallace Academy Fun 48 - Foil

Venue
Linlithgow Academy

The Fun Forty Eight is a relaxed day full of fencing. If time and entries permit, the day starts with a friendly team match then the main tournament starts with four rounds of mixed poules and no elimination of fencers. By the end of the day you are fencing a final pool of fencers of a comparable standard so everyone is in a ‘final’.

Medals are awarded for the top three in each pool and there are equipment vouchers donated by Leon Paul - Scotland for the winners of the top three pools.

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