Fencing is one of only four sports that have been featured in every modern Olympic Games, beginning in 1896. Fencing calls for adaptability, inventiveness, good organization, and patience. This is achieved by good partnership between the fencer and the fencing master. Hard effort is needed if a competitor is to be ready for a match, and long hours must be spent in training, where great attention and discipline are needed. For contact details of Irish Fencing Federation please click on Full story
Irish Open Fencing Championships, Saturday, 28 November, 2015 Location: DLR Leisure Loughlinstown This weekend the Irish Fencing Federation hosted some of the world’s top fencers as they competed for vital points towards qualification for the Olympic games in Rio. For the 9th year the Irish Open Fencing Championships was a Men’s Epee World Cup event. Fencers from […]
The main event of the Irish Open Fencing Championships – the Mens Epee FIE International Satellite event was won by John Wright from Canada who is a student at UCD, Dublin. He defeated Andrea Bombrini of Italy in the final. The semi-finalists were Matthew Baker of Australia who is currently living in London […]
For the 8th time, Ireland will be hosting this weekend an FIE (International Fencing Federation) Satellite Competition at Men’s Epee at UCD Sports Centre, Belfield. The top 8 in this competition will be awarded world ranking points There is an entry of 58 fencers, 19 of whom are Irish. A total of 17 countries (including […]
We are pleased to attach the Sports Qualification Documents (version 1.0) for 16 of the sports which are confirmed for the inaugural European Games in Baku 2015. These documents may be liable to some small changes and clarifications by the European Federations and we will inform you of these as they happen. Update: Please click […]
Irish Open Championships – Mens Epee International Satellite Competition Coupe Du Nord Saturday, 7 December, 2013 Update: The main event, the Men’s Epee FIE Satellite competition had an entry of 45 competitors from 10 countries. The popular winner was Dublin resident Israeli Ido Ajzenstadt who beat former champion Joao Cordeiro from Portugal. […]
Ireland’s oldest Olympian Dorothy Dermody (McCormack) passed away very close to her 103rd Birthday. Dorothy a fencer from Cloughjordan, Co. Tipperary was recently awarded a medal of honour from the Olympic Council of Ireland for her participation at the 1948 Olympic Games in London. The family of Dorothy Dermody accepted the medal on her behalf. […]
For the fifth time, Ireland will be hosting this weekend an FIE (International Fencing Federation) Satellite Competition at Men’s Epee at UCD Sports Centre, Belfield.. The top 8 in this competition will be awarded world ranking points and will also be awarded points in the Coupe du Nord ranking system. This year being Olympic qualification […]
Ireland's leading fencer Siobhan Byrne today won a place at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.She was competing in the Eurozone Olympic qualifying tournament in Istanbul.
The Irish Amateur Fencing Federation is hosting the annual Five Nations Fencing Tournament in the DCU Sports Complex on Saturday 31st March 2007. It was last held here in 2002.