Upcoming Events

July 11

JFF: Muskoka Summer Fun Tournament (MKO)

July 13-17

SE: Summer Fencing Camp - Week 1 (TFC)

July 20-24

SE: Summer Fencing Camp - Week 2 (TFC)

July 20-24

SE: Beginner Fencing Camp - Week 1 (MYF)

August 1-14

TRN: Fencing Supercamp (SFO)

August 3-7

SE: Vango Summer Camp (VGO)

August 10-14

SE: Summer Fencing Camp - Week 3 (TFC)

August 10-14

SE: Beginner Fencing Camp - Week 2 (MYF)

August 17-21

SE: Summer HP Foil & Epee Camp (TFC)

August 17-21

SE: Vango Summer Camp (VGO)

August 22

FUN: Ryerson Foiling Around (RYE)

August 17-21

SE: Beginner Fencing Camp - Week 3 (MYF)

August 24-28

SE: Beginner Fencing Camp - Week 4 (MYF)

September 5-6

SOC: 4th Toronto Open (TFC)

September 19-20

YCC: 10th Toronto Challenge (TFC)

September 25-27

CFF: Canada Cup for Veteran, University, Senior, Junior, Cadet, U15 and BC Open for U14
(Richmond Olympic Oval, Richmond, BC)

October 24

JFF: Spooky Youth (WFC)

November 27-29

CFF: Canada Cup for Veteran, University & Senior, National Championships for Junior, Cadet & U15
(Complexe Branchaud Brière, Gatineau, QC)

May 21-23, 2016

CFF: Canada Cup for Junior, Cadet, U15 and National Championships for Veteran and Senior
(Centre Sportif Collège Edouard-Montpetit, Longueuil, QC)



The Ontario Elite Team is comprised of a group of athletes and coaches who are involved in competition and training at a level designed to achieve National Team status and international success. Currently, registration is open to any Ontario registered fencer.

Membership in this group will allow participants to be eligible for:

  • special training enhancement opportunities
  • selection to Provincial Team projects
  • educational opportunities
  • funding opportunities, Quest, Canada Games etc.

Only registered Elite Team members will be eligible for these benefits.

There are three separate classifications for the Ontario Elite Team: Senior Elite Team, Junior Elite Team, and Cadet Elite Team.

Senior Elite Team

Athletes who are achieving results at a Senior Level will be designated as Senior Elite Team. Many Juniors are at this level and for this reason there will be a lot of program overlap. Juniors can compete for a Senior Elite Ranking and become eligible for Senior Elite benefits (eg. Quest funding).

 Junior Elite Team   (-20 age group)

Athletes who are achieving results at a Junior Level will be designated as Junior Elite Team. Juniors can also compete for a Senior Elite Ranking and become eligible for Senior Elite benefits (eg. Quest funding).  Jr. Team athletes will also be eligible for Canada Games programs)

Cadet Elite Team (-17 age group

The Ontario Cadet Elite Team will become the next step from the OYCAD program. Cadet Elite Team athletes will be involved in Ontario and Canada Games programs as well as national team directed training and competition. Although participation in Ontario Games and Canada Games training and preparation is open (up to time of selection), athletes must be members of the Ontario Cadet Elite Team to become eligible for any benefits related to these programs and to become selected for these Games.

 2009-10 Elite Team Program Schedule Update (Jan. 10, 2010) here

2009-2010 Quest Nominees here

2009-10 Elite Team Program here 

2009-10 Rankings here

Vidosa Bursary - see here

Previous Vidosa Bursary Recipients- see here