No Training in National Training Centre

In view of the recent postponement of FIE & Local competitions, Fencing Singapore has brought forward the 2 weeks training breaking, starting from 19 March 2020, Thursday till 3 April 2020, Friday. This is to allow our fencer to have sufficient rest before the new season starts. Meanwhile we encourage…

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e-Open House

Due to the Covid-19 situation, Singapore Sports School is moving their Open House to a new venue – They are going digital! The e-Open House will feature an e-information session, facility showcase, live chat sessions, and more. Mark your calendars! Discover Singapore Sports School in just a click at their…

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TELEGRAM STICKERS

Do you know FS has our very own stickers in Telegram, you can download and share them with your friends. Download the stickers herehttps://t.me/addstickers/FencingSingapore

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Fencing Singapore Local Competition Policy

We like to inform everyone that we have made certain changes in the Local Competition Policy, here are the new changes being introduced. A) INTRODUCTION OF NON-AFFILIATION FEE An additional SGD $40.00 / participant / event will be imposed for any local fencers who represent an organization that is not…

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2020 Novices (Team) Fencing Championships

In light of the MOH’s DORSCON level being raised from Yellow to Orange, this weekend’s 2020 Novices (Team) Fencing Championships will be CANCELLED. Fencing Singapore would like to seek everyone’s understanding, as we want to assure the fraternity that your safety is always a priority for us.

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SINGAPORE MINIME INVITATIONAL (U10/U12)

The safety of our fraternity is always a priority for Fencing Singapore. In light of concerns over the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV), we have decided to suspend all registration for 2020 Singapore Minime Invitational (U10/U12) while the team continues to monitor and assess the situation.

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Advisory on the Wuhan coronavirus in Singapore

Taking precautions If you’ve been travelling, monitor your health closely for two weeks upon return to Singapore and seek medical attention promptly if you feel unwell. You should inform your doctor of your travel history. If you have a fever or respiratory symptoms (e.g cough, shortness of breath), you should…

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