Fencing Weapons: Epee, Foil, Saber [Photographic Print at AllPosters.com] (See the middle sword -- that's an ITALIAN foil, not well-known in this fencing generation's knowledge of different schools of fencing. I learned this weapon starting when I was 7 years old, when my father put a sword in my hand & said "you will learn to fence!".  I thought my fingers would break at times - it's a difficult weapon to use -- but has strengths you wouldn't believe. JEO)

Fencing Weapons: Epee, Foil, Sabre

Toronto Fencing Club's Sebastien Dubois-Didcock with Coach Peter Ho

Toronto Fencing Club's Sebastien Dubois-Didcock with Coach Peter Ho

I'm like the vanishing cat in Alice in Wonderland. Hello? Yes, you are attacking something that is no longer there. Look up.

John-Charles Pinheiro / Toronto Fencing Club’s Sebastien Dubois-Didcock with Coach Peter Ho / Photography / 2012

RARE Belgian 1880 Photograph Fencing Club Practice Signed Vermeylen 14x12" Orign | eBay

RARE BELGIAN 1880 PHOTOGRAPH FENCING CLUB PRACTICE SIGNED VERMEYLEN 14x12" ORIGN

This picture is important because it shows what kind of sports happened during this time period. This picture shows people doing fencing

Demonstration of German longsword by the Haudegen Fencing Club, Vienna, circa 1905

Demonstration of German longsword by the Haudegen Fencing Club, Vienna, circa 1905

While in class, I realized how these uniforms made us "faceless." I'll put Porter in a helmet to take away his "humanity."

The mask photos make us relevant to everyone and anyone. Inspirations at Monica Hahn photography and Fenceography

Good visual example of parry/ripostes. (I deflect your blade - parry, I get a hit! - reposte).

How to Watch Olympic Fencing [VIDEOS]

Good visual example of parry/ripostes. (I deflect your blade - parry, I get a…

Wrestlers, McGill boxing, wrestling and fencing club, Montreal, 1925. Wm. Notman & Son.

Musée McCord Museum - Wrestlers, McGill boxing, wrestling and fencing club, Montreal, 1925

Victorian Fencing Society: Louis Rondelle was born in France in 1854. He studied at the fencing academy at Joinville-le Pont, from which fencing masters of the French Army must graduate. He came to New York in 1881 and was the instructor at the Knickerbocker Fencing Club, and then became fencing master of the Boston Athletic Association in 1889.  Rondelle’s book ... includes chapters on assaults and professorships, and is meant as a textbook for American Fencers.

Victorian Fencing Society: Louis Rondelle was born in France in He studied…

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