2013 Ontario Youth Provincials Results
Ontario Youth Provincials Junior Women's Epee
2013 Toronto Open Fencing Tournament
Hosted by Toronto Fencing Club Sanctioned by the Ontario Fencing Association
August 24-25, 2013
Registration Fee $20 ; Event Fee $35 (Registration fee is non-refundable)
Registration deadline: August 9th, 2013 Late Registration Fee $40
Online registration at AskFred: or
download entry form, mail entry form & fee to TFC, 50 Prince Andrew Place, Toronto, Ontario, M3C 2H4
2013 Summer High Performance Foil and Epee Camp
August 26-30, 2013 (9:30 AM to 4:30 PM)
Toronto Fencing Centre, 50 Prince Andrew Place, Toronto,
$75 per day; $40 for half day; $300 for whole camp for non members.
$50 per day; $20 for half day; $200 for whole camp for TFC 6 months, 10 months and annual members
$25 per day; $15 for half day; $100 for whole camp for Top 12 Senior, Top 8 Junior & Top 4 Cadet National Ranked fencers. Deadline: June 26, 2013; Additional $10 per day for registration after deadline
(HST apply for the above rate)
2013 Summer Fencing Camp
For beginners and intermediates
Date: July 8- August 16, 2013, Time: 8:30am to 4:30pm
- One-week course of fun and fencing for children aged 9-16.
- Suitable for absolute beginners and those with some experience.
- Camper to coach ratio of 10:1.Specialized tuition and training in Epee and Foil fencing.
- Other games and activities emphasizing fitness, skill development and fun.
- Fencing equipment supplied by Toronto Fencing Club.
The Toronto Fencing Club, established in 1998, is an organization dedicated to the development and refinement of fencers at all levels, ranging from recreational fencers to competitive athletes. Our vision of fencing includes the promotion of both the fumpetitive aspects of the sport to youth, the disabled, and adults.
Toronto Fencing Center
50 Prince Andrew Place, Toronto, Ontario, M3C 2H4
416-847-0333 | 1-855-847-0333
Monday to Friday, 4:30 pm to 10 pm
Saturday: 9:30 am to 5 pm
(when there is no competitions)
The Regional Community Development Centres are a series of well established, highly experienced fencing clubs in various regions of Ontario, selected for the RCDC program for their records of excellence in the delivery of grass roots programs, and their capacity for growth in the future. These centres are training to become models for club development, offering quality programming based on healthy child development and the principles of Long Term Athlete Development. They will become a hub for clubs, coaches, and community members to get training, share ideas and acquire new skills and expertise.