FAQ

Fencing is a sport of skill, speed and finesse in which there is little advantage in brute strength. Fencing is both a physical and a mental workout, in which fencers learn to hone their strategies against opponents of varying skill levels, and build up physical endurance, agility, and accuracy.

 
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Fencing offers a multitude of benefits. Confidence and sportsmanship are gained through participation in fencing and extend throughout other areas of life. You can begin fencing as a youth or an adult – for fun, for fitness, or to train to compete. Best of all are the friends you will make.

 
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Everyone! Fencing is an inclusive sport for people of any age, gender or ability.

 
JOIN A FENCING CLUB IN YOUR AREA TODAY!

Fencing clubs exist in many cities across Alberta. Check out our list of clubs and join today!

 
JOIN A FENCING CLUB IN YOUR AREA TODAY!

The Alberta Fencing Association offers coaching and referee clinics annually. Resources are available under the ‘Coaching’ and ‘Officials’ tabs on the certification process.

 
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Starting a club is fairly easy in Alberta. All you need is 3 other people to form a Board.

  • Think of a name first.
  • Have your bylaws ready and a couple of other documents.

 

All the documents can be prepared in a few hours - time to read, fill out their bylaws and other templates, think of a name for the club, and have it all ready to be taken into the closest registry office.

 

If there are any questions with the documents, the individuals at the registry should be able to assist you in any inquiries you may have.

 
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