The Singapore Women’s Epee Team flew to Spain in early February to compete in the Barcelona World Cup. Blade Club and Singapore’s top ranked fencers SIVA KUMAR Thhivya Ashti (#6), ABDUL RAHMAN Kiria Tikanah (#1), and KOH Elle Meihui (#2) were part of the contingent that fenced in both the Individual and Team events. In
CNA did a program on Team Singapore athletes preparing for a packed 2022 sporting calendar. Watch our own Maxine Wong as one of two fencers featured in this segment! https://www.channelnewsasia.com/watch/team-singapore-athletes-prepare-packed-sporting-calendar-2022-video-2396671
In the first official national competition of the 2021-2022, Blade Club’s Elle Koh won the Cadets Women’s Epee event and also came in second in the Cadets Women’s Foil event. In the Women’s Foil event held on Saturday, she topped the poule tables by with winning all of her 6 bouts, dropping only 8 touches.
With the Tokyo 2020 Olympics finally come and gone, we look back at the journey and the credible performance of Blade fencer Kiria Tikanah, with some perspectives from Coach Henry Koh: Dare to Dream a Dream After a scintillating performance at the 2019 SEA Games where Kiria won the first Women’s Epee Individual Gold in
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
Blade Club Singapore is proud to see two of its athletes, Kevin and Kiria, fly the Singapore flag as they head to Tashkent, Uzbekistan, to compete for a spot in the Tokyo Olympic Games, due to be held in less than 100 days. Kevin and Kiria are two of the six total athletes that will
Our Fencers, Kiria Tikanah (Women’s Epee) and Kevin Chan (Men’s Foil) will be heading to the Asian Qualifiers in Tashkent, Uzbekistan in a bid to qualify for the Tokyo Olympic games. See what they are “up” to as they film a promotional video outside OCBC arena… https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=4077656968922237
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
September is Coaches’ Appreciation Month! Thank you Blade Coaches for your undying commitment and care to our fencers!
Congratulations to all Blade Club fencers for being selected to Fencing Singapore’s National Juniors & Cadets Training Squad. We are happy to be part of your journey and are proud of you. Keep up your hard work! Next Step – National Games Squad