Results have been posted here: http://fencingontario.ca/storage/results/1213/canam.html
The Ontario Fencing Association
The Ontario Fencing Association is the Provincial governing body for fencing and is mandated by the Government of Ontario through the Ministry of Health Promotion, to represent all aspects of the Sport of Fencing in Ontario. Click here to find out more about our organization.
Our membership system has changed this year. Please click here for details about the new membership categories, and to sign up for your new membesrhip.
The 9th annual Asian Community Games (ACG) is set to begin June 15, 2013. For the first time, fencing will be part of these Games with 48 athletes 14 years and younger.
With the addition of fencing, there will be total 11 games — track & field, swimming, soccer, basketball, volleyball, badminton, table tennis, cricket, golf, taekwondo and fencing — in which over 1,500 athletes are expected to participate.
The competitions are open to all communities.
“The Asian Community Games is not only for Asians, it welcomes everyone and is open to all Canadian communities,” Joseph Fong, chair of ACG 2013, told SAF. “The mission of our event is to promote health, wellbeing, sportsmanship and friendship.”
Our Y14 fencers qualified by ranking in the 2013 Youth 14 Provincial Championships and at the Ontario Summer Games last August. This event gives our younger athletes a taste of a Major Games event and a focus for their training throughout the year. We hope to make this a yearly event for our young athletes.
To see who qualified for the Games see here
NEW!! The Veterans Provincial Championships will be held in conjunction with the Can Am Veterans Cup held in Toronto on June 1 and 2, 2013. There is no need to register separately. Canadian fencers will be isolated on a separate ranking for National points. Ontario Championships medals will be awarded.
Are you trying out for the Canada Summer Games?!
IF SO, WE WOULD LOVE TO SPEAK TO YOU!
What is this study about?
The purpose of this research is to examine how competitive athletes experience the Canada Summer Games tryouts.
You can participate if you:
- Are trying out for the Canada Summer Games
- Are aged 15 and older
What do you need to do?
In taking part, you will be asked to fill out 3 online questionnaires over the span of 6 weeks. Each questionnaire will take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete. Athletes who decide to participate will be entered in a draw for 1 of 5 SportChek gift cards valued at $100 each or 1 of 10 iTunes gift cards valued at $50 each.
To participate, please go here.
For more information, please contact Carolyn McEwen (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call 519-841-255