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Blade Club is going to the Olympics!

For the first time ever in the modern era of Fencing sport, Singapore has qualified not one, but TWO athletes to the Olympic Games! Despite the Covid19 pandemic, Singaporean fencers (and Blade Club’s very own) Kiria Tikanah Abdul Rahman (Women’s Epee), and her teammate Amita Berthier (Women’s Foil) have qualified by winning their respective events

We’re back! Covid-19 restrictions to class sizes

Update: Singapore is now moving into Phase 3, and our class sizes will now be slightly increased (class size = 8), in line with government guidelines. Please see the latest advisory from the Ministry of Health: https://www.gov.sg/article/moving-into-phase-3-of-re-opening-on-28-dec-2020 Previously: Singapore is moving into Phase 2 very soon, and classes will resume, albeit with certain restrictions (class

Competition Season 2020-2021 is starting!

The Singapore Fencing ranking competition season 2020-2021 is starting in earnest very soon, with the first competition being the Singapore Cadet Cadets being held 4-6 December @ the OCBC arena. These are the competitions that athletes who hope to represent Singapore internationally and at major games (SEA, Asian, Olympics) must compete in. For the season

SEA Games Fencing events

Blade Club goes for Gold at the SEA Games!

After the first two days of SEA Games Fencing events, Blade Club (Singapore and Malaysia) fencers performed very well and made some historic results! Congratulations to Gold medalists Kiria Tikanah (representing Singapore) and Mayakarn Chornnasun (representing Thailand), and Silver medalists Maxine Wong (representing Singapore) and Hans Yoong (representing Malaysia), and Bronze medalist Joshua Lim (representing

Johannes Poscharnig

Workshop for parents @KP

On Thursday, December 19th, Johannes Poscharnig from International Social Skills Academy (http://iss-a.com/) conducted a talk with Blade Club fencers’ parents on how to support young fencers enhancing their skills, reaching their dreams and becoming the future leaders. Johannes, representing team Austria, is a world-class foil fencer. He has a wide experience in education and sports