Great Britain’s James-Andrew Davis won the individual title at the men’s foil Fencing World Cup in German city Bonn after overcoming the United States’ Miles Chamley-Watson in the final.
Eight countries will have their places in the men’s foil team event at this year's Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro confirmed following the completion of the International Fencing Federation (FIE) World Cup event in Bonn on Sunday (February 7).
Fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad will make history at the Rio 2016 Olympics by becoming the first American athlete to compete at the Games wearing a hijab, the headscarf worn by muslim women.
America’s Mariel Zagunis claimed women’s individual gold at the International Fencing Federation (FIE) Sabre World Cup in Athens after a series of impressive displays.
Estonia won the team title at the women’s épée Fencing World Cup in Barcelona after overcoming Russia in the final today.
Italy's Mara Navarria won the individual title at the women’s épée Fencing World Cup in Barcelona after overcoming France's Lauren Rembi in the final.
France’s Gauthier Grumier won the individual title at the men’s épée Fencing World Cup in Heidenheim, Germany after overcoming Ukraine’s Bogdan Nikishin in the final.
American Race Imboden claimed top honours at the men’s foil Fencing World Cup in Paris after overcoming Germany’s Peter Joppich in the individual final.
International Fencing Federation (FIE) President Alisher Usmanov says that Russian fencers set to compete at Rio 2016 should be drugs-tested ahead of the Olympics - to remove any speculation about possible cheating.
Alisher Usmanov, the Uzbekistan-born Russian businessman who became President of the International Fencing Federation (FIE) in 2008, has gifted the body over CHF37 million (£25 million/$37.5 million/€34 million) in the past seven years.
Wuxi has been awarded the rights to host the World Fencing Championships in 2018, the International Fencing Federation (FEI) has announced.
Russia and the United States secured two gold medals in sabre events at the International Fencing Federation (FIE) World Cup, with men's competition having been held in Georgia’s capital city Tbilisi, while the women's events took place in Caracas, Venezuela.
Yuki Ota became the first Japanese fencer to claim an International Fencing Federation (FIE) World Championships title as he clinched gold in the men’s individual foil competition with a 15-10 victory over American Alexander Massialas in Moscow.
Hungary’s Geza Imre shocked world number one Gauthier Grumier of France to secure his maiden individual International Fencing Federation (FIE) World Championships epee title with a thrilling 15-14 victory in Moscow.
Yakimenko earns maiden individual title on day of double delight for Russia at World Fencing Championships
Six-time team world champion Alexey Yakimenko finally got his hands on an individual title with gold in the men’s sabre event with compatriot Sofia Velikaya securing the women’s honours on a day of Russian dominance at the International Fencing Federation (FIE) World Championships in Moscow.