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2022 European Championships

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Women's epee, men's foil

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Women's sabre, men's epee

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Women's team sabre and men's epee

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2022 Americas Championships

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Women's foil

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Epee, sabre and teams

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Team epee, sabre

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2022 Under 23 World Championships

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Men's and women's sabre

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Men's and women's foil

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Mens' and women's epee

14th January - 17th January 2023

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2023 IWAS Wheelchair Fencing World Cup

16th March - 19th March 2022

italy flag Pisa, Italy

2023 IWAS Wheelchair Fencing World Cup

20th April - 23rd April 2023

Nimes, France

2023 IWAS Wheelchair Fencing World Cup

19th May - 22nd May 2023

Orange, France

2023 IWAS Wheelchair Fencing Satellite Tournament

Catch up on the 2022 World Cup so far

2022 World Cup

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Pisa, Italy

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Sao Paulo, Brazil

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Warsaw, Poland

All you need to know about coaching, refereeing and equipment

Get started in wheelchair fencing

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How to start wheelchair fencing in your country

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Build a fencing frame

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The sport

Find out more about coaching the sport

Introduction to coaching wheelchair fencing

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Episode one

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Episode two

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Episode three

Seminario Introductorio en Línea para Entrenadores

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Episode one

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Episode two

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Episode three

About our sport

Wheelchair fencing

Wheelchair Fencing is an exciting, dynamic and fast paced sport. It is played by two athletes either as an individual event or as part of a team.

Modified swords; foil, epee and sabre, are used to score points on specific areas on the body, depending on the weapon type.

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