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From the Chairman, British Disability Fencing. It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of David Heaton, former Wheelchair Fencer and Chairman...

At the IWAS congress in November 2020 the delegates voted to change the name of the sport from Wheelchair Fencing to Para Fencing. By...

Please be advised that a new code for Anti-Doping starts on 1st January 2021. You need to be ready for the new rules. Go...

Gold – Viv Mills Viv has worked tirelessly for many years to promote and support the sport of fencing within England. This has included serving...

IWAS has announced the best Wheelchair Fencing athletes for 2019 1st – Category A Men – Epee – Piers Gilliver with 222 points 1st...

Piers Gilliver has been awarded British Fencing’s Wheelchair Fencer of the Year award. An excerpt from his nomination: “He is an outstanding fencer, World...

The UK Coaching Awards is a unique opportunity for the sport and physical activity industry to honour and reward the work of #GreatCoaching across...

In November 2019 three BDF members were recognised for their contributions to fencing, by British Fencing. Piers Gilliver and Dimitri Coutya were both awarded...

Day One The penultimate World Cup for the qualifying period brought fencers together in Eger, Hungary,   in Mid February, at a time of...

Please click the following for information and registration: IWAS Wheelchair Fencing Satellite Competition 2020...

GREAT BRITAIN SHINES AT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS Great Britain’s first visit to South Korea since 1988 resulted in an impressive medal haul. Piers Gilliver and...

The Airport Hotel Okecie was the venue once again for the Warsaw World Cup, with the delightful coffee shop and all the hand made...

TRAVELLING 1,500 MILES A MONTH….SPORTSAID ATHLETES BIDDING TO REACH THE TOP! Great Britain’s future Olympians and Paralympians are travelling nearly 1,500 miles every single...