Fe ncingFencing is a combat in which two people try to   touch each other with a light thin sword.
Fencing is divided into three weapons: foil,sabre and épée.FOIL.             SABLE.            ÉPÉE.
Foil, Sable and Épée.-Foil is a long, flexible sword; its made ofstainless steel, and it is 0.500 kg and 1.10 mlong, with ...
Competitive fencing. Fencing is governed by FédérationInternationale dEscrime or FIE. Today,  its head office is in Switze...
●   Fencing outfits are made of tough                 cotton or nylon.      ●          Fencing has a long history with  un...
●   Fencing outfits are made of tough                 cotton or nylon.      ●          Fencing has a long history with  un...
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FENCING (Sara)

  1. 1. Fe ncingFencing is a combat in which two people try to touch each other with a light thin sword.
  2. 2. Fencing is divided into three weapons: foil,sabre and épée.FOIL. SABLE. ÉPÉE.
  3. 3. Foil, Sable and Épée.-Foil is a long, flexible sword; its made ofstainless steel, and it is 0.500 kg and 1.10 mlong, with a rectangular sheet.-A sable is 90 cm long and weighs 500 g.-Épée is a two-edged knife, a straight blade.
  4. 4. Competitive fencing. Fencing is governed by FédérationInternationale dEscrime or FIE. Today, its head office is in Switzerland.
  5. 5. ● Fencing outfits are made of tough cotton or nylon. ● Fencing has a long history with universities and schools. At least onestyle of fencing is practiced only withinuniversities. The United States holds two national level university tournaments.
  6. 6. ● Fencing outfits are made of tough cotton or nylon. ● Fencing has a long history with universities and schools. At least onestyle of fencing is practiced only withinuniversities. The United States holds two national level university tournaments.
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