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  • What is FenceSafe
    FenceSafe: USA Fencing’s Commitment to Safety The safety of our fencers is our top priority. USA Fencing is committed to creating a safe and positive environment for athletes’ physical, emotional and social development, and to ensuring that it promotes an environment free of misconduct. Because sport can be a high-risk environment for misconduct, including child physical and sexual abuse, USA Fencing has policies and systems in place to protect our fencers such as the SafeSport Code, the Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policies and the USA Fencing Codes of Conduct. While child sexual misconduct is one type of misconduct, it is important to remember that these policies cover many inappropriate behaviors that apply regardless of the ages of the individuals involved in the alleged activity. Six primary types of misconduct addressed in the SafeSport Code: Sexual Misconduct, including Child Sexual Abuse Emotional Misconduct Physical Misconduct Bullying Harassment Hazing For more information check the website:
  • What are the different kind of fencing weapons?
    Saber, Epee & Foil
  • What is Fencing
    Fencing is also known as modern fencing to distinguish it from historical fencing, is a martial art of fighting with blades. Competitive fencing is one of five activities which has been featured at every one of the modern Olympic Games the other four being Athletics, Cycling, Swimming, and Gymnastics.
  • Where can i find fencesafe FAQ's
  • What to bring to competition?
    Must haves & Equipment Checklist The entrance fee (preferred cash, some big competition takes credit cards) USFA membership card Proof of age ( birth certificate ) Mask (in good condition with no known dead spots on bib) 2 Foils (minimum) weight tested and re-taped 2 Bodycords (minimum) 2 Mask Cords (minimum) Glove (in good condition with no holes) Lame (in good condition with no known dead spots) Fencing Jacket Knickers Underarm Protector Chest Protector with foam (required for women only) Shoes Long Socks Food: Carbs ( Bagels, pretzels, cereal, granola bars, etc. ) No low-carb diets on tournament day! Water bottles Sports drink (like Gatorade) Extras Tip Tape Basic Tool set Towel Extra shirt/socks
  • What is the age category?
  • How to register for tournaments
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