Upcoming Events

December 22-26

TRNG: TFC Fencing Christmas Camp (TFC)

December 28-30

TRNG: Vango E/S Camp (VGO)

December 29-January 2

TRNG: TFC Winter HP Camp F/E (TFC)

January 2-4

TRNG: OFA HP Foil/Epee/Sabre N/P Christmas Camp (RA)

Jan 3-4

JFF: TFC Team Challenge F/E (TFC)

January 10

JFF: Ryerson Invitational (RYE)

January 10-11

JFF: Carleton Invitational (CAR)

January 17

JFF: Milton Youth Epee Cup #2 (HBF)

January 24-25

OPN: Niagara Winter Fencing Open (NIA)

January 31

JYC: Developmental Youth Circuit #4 (MYF)

January 31-February 1

CHMP: OUA Women’s (YRK)

February 7-8

OPN: Governor Generals (RA)

February 21-22

CHMP: OUA Men’s (BRK)

February 21-22

JFF: K-town Veterans Challenge (KIN)

February 28-March 1

OPN: Vango Open (VGO)

March 7

JYC: Developmental Youth Circuit #5 (MYF)

March 14-15

TRNG: TFC March Break Beginner Camp (TFC)

JFF: Toronto Challenge II (TFC)

JYC: Apsimon Junior (RA)

May 2

JYC: Developmental Youth Circuit #6 (MYF)

May 3

JFF: The Grand Duel of Musketeers (SWP)

June 6-7

JFF: Toronto Challenge III (TFC)

May 30-31

CHMP: Can/Am Games (VGO)

June 13-14

JFF: Asian Community Games (VGO)

June 20

JYC: Developmental Youth Circuit Finale (MYF)

Ontario Summer Games


The Ontario Summer Games are the Province’s premiere multi-sport event and provide sports competition for youth between the ages of 11 and 22. The 26 sports will involve approximately 3,500 participants (athletes, coaches and officials) from across the province, as well as over 1,000 volunteers.
Ontario Summer Games athletes will compete in the following sports: archery; athletics; baseball; basketball; canoe/kayak; cycling; fencing; field hockey; lacrosse; lawn bowling; rowing; rugby; sailing; shooting; soccer; softball; swimming; tennis; triathlon; volleyball; water polo and water skiing.

Fencing

The sport of fencing has been a core participant in the Ontario Games program. Until 2008 fencing was considered a winter sport in the Ontario Winter Games.  In 2010, we participated in the Ontario Summer Games for the first time. The change was made to bring us in line with our other major games programs, (Canada Summer Games, Pan Ams, Summer Olympics), to give us a full season for selection, and to cause less intrusion into the participants’ academic lives.

The athletes in the 201 program will be selected from the  Y16 (Cadet) age group. For the full Ontario Games fencing program, including selection criteria, watch this site.