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)

 


 

It is beneficial for Ontario athletes to train together with members from different clubs. Ontario clubs regularly host training events in their usual venues and invite members from other clubs to join them for an evening or day long session of fencing which can be a camp or informal competition. These sessions are for practice only and are not eligible for ranking points on the Provincial or National Rankings, although internal club rankings may be kept. The organizers do not have to get an official sanction (since club activities are already sanctioned at the beginning of the season. They just have to send a note to the Executive Director that the event is happening with a date and time if outside of regular practice times.

The OFA strongly supports these events and recommends that fencers participate in them often.

Club managers can list their training events on this website by contacting the Communications Coordinator.