Asian Junior & Cadet Fencing Championships 2016

Congratulations to our young fencers who performed brilliantly at the Asian Junior & Cadet Fencing Championships 2016 held in Dammam, Saudi Arabia and Manama, Bahrain from Feb 20-29. Kevin Jerrold Chan bagged a silver medal in Men's Foil Junior Individual category.   Kiria Tikanah Abdul Rahman won a bronze medal in Women's Epee Junior Individual category. It was indeed a proud moment for Kiria, especially when she struggled in her poules, winning 2 out of 5

Lim Wei Wen with a podium finish in the Men’s Epee Satellite in Dublin

National team fencer and SEA Games 2015 double Silver medallist Lim Wei Wen set a new record for the Men's Epee event by notching a first ever podium finish at the Dublin Satellite on Novemeber 28. After a decent start with a 4-2 result in the poules, he proceeded to competently dismantle the next few opponents, beating Paul Verdon from Ireland 15-6, Lukas Steis from Slovakia 15-9, and Daniele Zorzato from

Singapore Junior Fencing Championships 2015-16

Singapore Junior Fencing Championships 2015 from 18th – 20th December 2015, hosted by Fencing Singapore and will be held at the Jurong East Sports & Recreation Centre. Read the event circular: Register online now at: - Registration link for INDIVIDUAL event (For fencers representing Clubs & Affiliates) - Registration link for TEAM event (For fencers representing Clubs & Affiliates) - Registration form (Strictly for fencers representing MOE School) Note 1: Registration ends at 4th December 2015 (2359h) Note

Top 8 finishes for Blade Club fencers in London

The Leon Paul PRC Junior event for Men's and Women's Epee was held over the weekend of November 21st and 2nd.  Fencers Justin and Kiria participated and did very well, both missing the podium finish with narrow 15-14 losses. One the first day, Justin roared to a strong poule performance, winning all bouts except one that he lost 5-4.  He comfortably got past the rounds of 64 and 32 with 15-8

Asian masters fencing championship 2015

(Photo credit: Fencing Singapore) The inaugural Asian Masters Fencing Championship 2015 was held on 28 - 30 August 2015. Our Joyce Chua and Juliana Seow took home the Silver and Bronze medals of the Women's Epee and Sabre individual events respectively. Well done ladies!

Asian Juniors and Cadets Fencing Championships 2015

Today marks the end of the 2015 Asian Juniors and Cadets Fencing Championships (AJCFC), Junior (U-20) fencers bringing home a total of two bronzes! Congrats Junior men's foil team for getting a bronze today! — with Ryan Ong, Kevin Chan, Jet Joppich Ng, Joshua Ian Lim and Simon Senft.  

SEA Pacific & ASEAN Fencing Championship 2015

On 20 - 29 April 2015, the inaugural SEA Pacific & ASEAN Fencing Championship 2015 was held in the Philippines. Our Kiria Tikanah won the Women's Epee Junior event, while Chen Xingjian took the Bronze medal for the Men's Foil Cadet event. Well done Kiria and Xingjian! (Photo Credit: Fencing Singapore) (Photo Credit: Fencing Singapore)

Singapore Sports Awards (Senior) Meritorious Award (Individual)

On 5 August 2015, Lim Wei Wen was also awarded the Singapore Sports Awards (Senior) Meritorious Award (Individual) for his achievements in 2014. The Singapore Sports Awards are Singapore’s most highly coveted honours for sporting achievements, and were introduced by the Singapore National Olympic Council in 1967 to recognise the finest achievements of our athletes. Congratulations to our sporting hero Wei Wen ! (Photo Credit: Fencing Singapore)

SSSC Best Sportsboy Award

Please join us in congratulating Kevin Jerrold Tan for his receipt of the Singapore Schools Sports Council (SSSC) Best Sportsboy Award ! The SSSC Best Sportsboy Award is part of the annual SSSC Colour Awards, which are awarded to students for their display and upholding of good sporting character and values, on top of their sporting achievements. Kevin received his award at the 45th Singapore Schools Sports Council Colours Awards Presentation and

Malaysia Open 2015

On 14 August 2015, our Melanie Huang got her first taste of a podium finish in an overseas competition. In the women's foil individual competition, she fought and won against national team members of Malaysia and Indonesia in both the poule and direct elimination rounds. Initially seeded in the 5th position after poules, she upset the Indonesian in the 4th position to claim a place on the podium.  The competition was won