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Signed-off-by: default avatarEthan Madison <ethan@ethanmad.com>
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The sport of fencing has three weapons: foil, epee and saber. The object of a fencing bout (what an individual "game" is called) is to land a specified number of touches on your opponent before he/she scores that number on you. Each bout is officiated by a referee called a director. The sport of fencing has three weapons: foil, epee and saber.
The object of a fencing bout (what an individual "game" is called) is to land a specified number of touches on your opponent before he/she scores that number on you.
Each bout is officiated by a referee called a director.
# Electric Scoring # Electric Scoring
All official tournaments are conducted using electric scoring systems. The fencers connect themselves, their blades, and their metal jackets (lames) to a retractable cord (reel), which plugs in to a scoring machine (pictured left). The machine shows a light for each fencer who successfully scores a touch on his or her opponent. The director then describes the action and awards points based on right-of-way. All official tournaments are conducted using electric scoring systems.
The fencers connect themselves, their blades, and their metal jackets (lames) to a retractable cord (reel), which plugs in to a scoring machine (pictured left).
The machine shows a light for each fencer who successfully scores a touch on his or her opponent.
The director then describes the action and awards points based on right-of-way.
# Weapons # Weapons
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The University of Michigan Fencing Club is excited about the upcoming season. We are not only eager to win the Club Fencing Championships, but we want everyone on campus to have the opportunity to join our club, learn how to fence, and take fencing with them for the rest of their lives. The University of Michigan Fencing Club is excited about the upcoming season.
We are not only eager to win the Club Fencing Championships, but we want everyone on campus to have the opportunity to join our club, learn how to fence, and take fencing with them for the rest of their lives.
One of our top priorities is investing in the future to create a growing and sustainable organization. With your help we can continue to compete at the highest level while offering the beginning of a lifelong experience for UofM students. One of our top priorities is investing in the future to create a growing and sustainable organization.
With your help we can continue to compete at the highest level while offering the beginning of a lifelong experience for UofM students.
Your donations will go directly to the investment of the club. Through this link, it will be automatically put into a "gift account" that we will access to invest in new club equipment. This will allow our club to grow effectively as we reach out to the student body and train for upcoming tournaments. Your donations will go directly to the investment of the club.
Through this link, it will be automatically put into a "gift account" that we will access to invest in new club equipment.
This will allow our club to grow effectively as we reach out to the student body and train for upcoming tournaments.
In addition, your contribution is tax deductible. After following instructions through this link, the University of Michigan will send you the correct tax information through mail. In addition, your contribution is tax deductible.
After following instructions through this link, the University of Michigan will send you the correct tax information through mail.
[<button type="button" class="btn btn-primary">Support Michigan Fencing</button>](http://giving.umich.edu/give/fencing) [<button type="button" class="btn btn-primary">Support Michigan Fencing</button>](http://giving.umich.edu/give/fencing)
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