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Nine Nominees Selected for 2023 Board of Directors Election

01/02/2023, 8:30am CST, By Bryan Wendell

These nominees, plus any who successfully petition to join the ballot, will run for the three at-large director positions on USA Fencing’s Board.

USA Fencing Rings in the New Year With the January 2023 North American Cup in Louisville

01/01/2023, 10:15am CST, By Bryan Wendell

From Jan. 6-9, 2023, more than 2,200 fencers from across the country — the youngest just 11 and the oldest 85 — will unite inside the Kentucky International Convention Center for the first national fencing tournament of 2023.

Fencers Should Make Note of These Rule Changes Taking Effect Jan. 1, 2023

12/31/2022, 5:00pm CST, By Bryan Wendell & Bradley Baker

The Referees’ Commission encourages fencers to pay particular attention to the rule changes related to touches made during or after falling and unwillingness to fence.

Updated Unwillingness to Fight (Non-Combativity) Rules Take Effect Jan. 1, 2023

12/19/2022, 1:30pm CST, By Bryan Wendell

The rule changes, enforced at all USA Fencing tournaments beginning Jan. 1, 2023, affect how P-Cards are awarded for unwillingness to fight, also known as non-combativity.

USA Fencing Shares Findings of USOPC Compliance Investigation and Our Plans to Address Them

12/15/2022, 10:00am CST, By Bryan Wendell

A letter from the USOPC to members of the USA Fencing community outlines the results of a yearlong compliance investigation by the USOPC into concerns raised by members. Here’s the letter and our response.

Fencing the Gap Initiative Aimed at Increasing Access to the Olympic and Paralympic Sport of Fencing

12/14/2022, 7:00am CST, By Bryan Wendell

USA Fencing and All Kids Play are partnering on a new initiative specifically targeted at increasing the numbers of BIPOC youth, youth girls and youth with disabilities in fencing.

We’re Delighted to Welcome Aimee Rice, Darryl Jacobs to the USA Fencing Board of Directors

12/13/2022, 12:15pm CST, By Bryan Wendell

Aimee Rice, an experienced financial executive and talented national-level athlete, and Darryl Jacobs, an ESPN college basketball analyst and leader at one of the nation’s top coaching organizations, have joined the USA Fencing Board.

How to Follow Team USA Fencers as They Compete Around the World

12/06/2022, 9:30am CST, By Bryan Wendell

Throughout the season, Team USA’s fencers travel to World Cup and Grand Prix tournaments around the globe, testing themselves against the planet’s best fencers and earning important points toward qualification for end-of-season competitions.

Nearly 2,000 Athletes Headed to Salt Lake City for the Last Major National Fencing Tournament of 2022

12/02/2022, 6:15pm CST, By Bryan Wendell

From Dec. 9-12, 2022, nearly 2,000 fencers from across the country will unite inside the Salt Palace Convention Center for the final major fencing tournament of 2022.

Bruce Capin, Respected Referee and Longtime Coach of the University of Florida Fencing Club, Dies at 60

12/01/2022, 5:00pm CST, By Bryan Wendell

As a coach, Capin advanced the fencing careers of countless young people while at the helm at the University of Florida. As a referee, he was a beloved friend to his peers, tournament officials and members of the USA Fencing staff.

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