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We are excited to announce the long overdue Rapier Open! Rapier Fencing Club has partnered with the Manitoba Fencing Association and the Lightning Fencing Club to bring you the first Manitoba Fencing association tournament of the year.

EVENT DETAILS :

December 3rd  and  4th, 2016

8:00 am – 4:00 pm

Location: Romeo-Dallaire School, 81 Quail Ridge Road

For Details and Registrations please click here


2016-2017 Season Provincial Team Contract And Handbook

2016-2017 MFA Athlete Handbook

2016-2017-Athlete Contract

MEMBERSHIP REGISTRATION 2016-2017

 For CFF License And  MFA Provincial Membership Registration click here

Respect in sport certification and re-certification 


 Important – Rule Changes 2016 -2017

Effective September 1, 2016 the following rule changes will come into effect for all CFF sanctioned fencing events:

Sabre

  1. The CFF will follow the FIE testing period for Rule T17.2 (the new sabre on-guard position).
  2. The CFF will follow the New Rules for Sabre (2016) as per the FIE website (blocking time change set to 170 ms +- 10)

Foil

  1. The CFF will follow the new FIE rule T80.2 (reversing of shoulders is a group 1 offence)

 

Foil and Sabre

  1. The CFF will implement rule M32.1 in the 2017/18 FIE season (no coiled head wire allowed)

 


Congratulations to Sarah Filby and CameronMacKay – Canadian Fencing Federation – male and female National Junior Athletes of the year for 2015-2016.  

(photo credits: Canadian Fencing Federation)

 

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Manitoba Golden Blades Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser!

The Fundraiser was a huge success! Thank you to all  volunteers, athletes parents amd donors  for their support!!

Assiniboine Credit Union

 Ayoko Design Web Print

 Basketball Manitoba

 Cambrian Credit Union

 Carlos & Murphy’s

 Coaching Manitoba

Daisy Jewelry – Val Miller

 FoodFare

 GPP architecture

 LOVEDAY Mushroom Farms Ltd

 Manitoba Riding for the Disabled Association

 Manitoba High Schools Athletic Association

 Oil Mart

 Pilates Winnipeg

 Rady JCC

 STARS

 Sweet Impressions

 The Cottages at Clear Lake

 Norm Dupas

Thermëa by Nordik Spa Nature

True North Foundation

 Winnipeg Football Club

 360 Hair & Nails


 

The Excalibur Open ( MFA # 3) results are HERE 

Thank you to all the participants, officials and volunteers who made this tournament possible!


 

2015-2016 Coaches, Referees and Competition Manager Courses

Program Schedule 2015-2016

Registration Forms and information

Officials

Competition Manager

Coaching

for more details about dates, registrations contact:  fencing@sportmanitoba.ca or our provincial coach Ayach Bounachada.


 Check out our new page for athlete self-funding!

Donate your air miles, money, or offer support to our athletes and coaches. And, fencers! This is your page to advertise any fundraising you are doing. Check it out today!

http://www.fencing.mb.ca/resources/athlete-self-funding/


 Manitoba Fencing Association Clubs

Individual membership to the MFA must be done through one of our member clubs.

Cavalier Fencing Club
Bannatyne School, 363 Thompson Drive, Winnipeg

Contact: Graham 204-977-2085
Weapons: epee, foil and sabre

Lightning Fencing Club 
790 Honeyman Avenue at Walnut Street, Winnipeg

Contact: Alan 204-667-5390
Weapons: epee, foil and sabre

Phoenix Fencing Club
Earl Grey Community Club, 360 Cockburn St. North, Winnipeg

Contact: Marlies 204-290-6104
Weapons: foil and sabre

Rapier Fencing Club

Notre Dame Community Center, 271 Ave. de la Cathedrale, Winnipeg

Contact: Zach  Rapierfencingclub@gmail.com

Weapons: sabre


The Manitoba Fencing Association (MFA) is a not-for-profit, amateur Provincial Sport Organization, supported by the Canadian Fencing Federation, Sport Manitoba and the Manitoba Lotteries Corporation. The MFA was established in 1978 to provide member clubs with support for recreational and competitive fencing. In addition to supporting our member clubs, the MFA provides assistance to our coaches, officials, and competitive athletes through our Provincial programs.