Whether you’re new to fencing or just wanting to read more about it, here is a list of important links
Visit the new website of NEUSFA, New England Division of the U.S. Fencing Association.
Askfred.net, the tournaments registration and results official website, standing for: Fencing Results and Events Database.
For those not familiar with regional youth events, USA Fencing has divided the nation into six geographic regions:, as pictured in the image below.
New Englanders are part of Region lll.
The Regional Youth Circuit (or RYC) was developed to give Y10, Y12 and Y14 fencers a chance to compete closer to home throughout the fencing season. A points structure (qualifications paths and eligibility), enables fencers to earn the right to compete at Summer Nationals.
Fencing.net, the leading online guide to the world of fencing.
Eurofencing.info, the official website for european fencing.
FIE, the International Fencing Federation, recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) as the world governing body of fencing.
FIE Media News, a news outlet for the international fencing governing body.
Fencing worldwide, a comprehensive page with links to live results and results archive.
International Olympic Committee, the supreme authority of the Olympic movement.
Blue Gauntlet, our primary choice of fencing equipment.
Academy of Fencing Masters Blog, our favorite fencing blog, containing useful information, constantly updated, conveniently put together and easy to understand for the fencing newbies – definitely subscribe to it!
Parents Guide to Fencing, a downloadable book with resources for parents, from the same fencing blog as well as the following:
Thorne.com, USFA Exclusive Nutritional Supplement Partner of USA Fencing, for elite and youth fencers.
Better Fencer, a blog managed by Olympic Silver Medalist Jason Rogers (Beijing 2008, Men’s Sabre Team).
We Love Fencing, the major focus is the international level of fencing competition – World Cups, Grand Prix, World Fencing Championships and, of course the Olympic Games.
The Fencing Referees Commission Blog, publishes good insights into the interpretation of different fencing rules.