This is an exciting time for fencing in Singapore.

In the last few years, our Singapore Fencers have achieved significantly in regional and international arenas. We event have our first Asian Games Medallist and World Cadet Champion!

Our Singapore Fencers are now poised on their journey towards the Olympics. This will be a hard and long journey spanning over at least 2 olympic cycle (2020 and 2040). There will be triumphs. There will be heartaches https://cial..-cialis-in-uk/. But their indomitable spirit can and will succeed, but with only the support of the community.

Interest in fencing has also grown significantly. Today, it is estimated we have about 5,000 fencers in Singapore. With more than 1,000 fencers taking part in local competitions in 2016.

The Industry Relations Sub Committee of Fencing Singapore is set up to engage corporations and individuals to help sponsor and support both our elite programmes like the Olympic Pathway Programme as well as high participation programmes like the School Outreach Programme.

Sponsorship may in cash and/or kind/service, and we will recognise our invaluable partners with sponsor benefits. All sponsorships will be properly accounted and managed through the Fencing Singapore EXCO.

If you think you can contribute, please drop us a note at (General Manager for FS), or approach any of our Executive Committee (exco) members.

The last time Singapore Fencers fought in the Olympics was in the 1992 Barcelona Summer Games. With the community’s support, Singapore Fencers will, once again, do battle in the Olympics for Singapore.

This is indeed an exciting time for fencing in Singapore. We hope you will join in to give our Singapore Fencers the boost they need.

Be part of our Olympic Journey Today!



Ng Hock Sing
Jonathan Foo

Jonathan Foo is a 25-year veteran of the media, technology and education industries. He is known to have led the industries in business, content and technological advancements. He is the course lead in SUSS and has taught Digital Media courses for more than a decade. Apart from his teaching activities, Jonathan is also Principal Investigator at the XR Media Lab at SUSS that conducts research and development of AR & VR solutions for training and education and is also an Associate Adult Educator (AAE) as awarded by the Institute of Adult Learning. He is also currently an IMDA SG Digital Scholar pursuing a Doctorate in Education at NIE, NTU, focusing on Virtual Reality Learning Environments.

Nicholas Smith

Nicholas Smith who currently holds a Singapore permanent resident and a Australian citizenship is in the Public Relations and Communications profession, who is highly skilled in PR, media relations, marketing partnerships, sports marketing, copywriting, content strategy and development, social media strategy, change management, and training & coaching.

He believe that strategic storytelling is critical to the success of an organisation and over the past 12 years, he have honed his professional communication skills across a diverse set of sectors and industries.