(New Epee Coach)
Mr Lincoln Li (李林根) former Professional Chinese National Team Epee Fencer from1981 - 1992, He fenced for Jiangsu Province and has won national championship during the 1985 to 1988. Lincoln has represented the Chinese team to participate in the world cups and championship. 1992 he become the head epee coach of the Jiangsu Province. Lincoln has been coaching for 22 years, during which he trained a large number of professional athletes for the country. Some of his students in men and women epee, have become Olympic champion, Asian Games Champion and National Champion. He was awarded national certification title as the National Coach of China. He can be reach at 647-6188585. Lincoln can only speak Mandarin. His rate is $35/30min
Toronto Challenge II 2015
APRIL 4 & 5
Mixed Y10, Y12, Y14, Open, Vet Event
2015 March Break Fencing Camp
￼Always wanted to try fencing or just want to challenge someone to a duel? Then come out and try fencing during March Break! Our camp provides an opportunity to participate and learn about one of the original Olympic sports. Participants will gain an appreciation for the sport by learning about the fencing history, practicing sword techniques on targets and live opponents! Along with strongly emphasized rules of etiquette, discipline and safety measures required in sport of fencing.
NAC Louisville TFC fencers place 2 top 8, 4 top 32.
Toronto Fencing Club is dedicated to the development and refinement of fencers from recreational fencers to Olympic competitive athletes. Our vision is to promote the sport of fencing for all ages, from 6 to 60.
Toronto Fencing Center
50 Prince Andrew Place, Toronto, Ontario, M3C 2H4
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.