Wheelchair Fencing

Wheelchair fencing is an exciting and challenging sport and edge-of-your-seat fun for fans. The fencers' wheelchairs are fastened to the floor during competition as they battle it out using only their upper bodies to score points measured by the number of hits to your opponent's target area.

People of all ages and abilities can play. Men and women with amputations, spinal cord injuries and cerebral palsy play at the Paralympic Games. It's a great sport with a long and noble history to build your strength and confidence. For more, contact the Ontario Fencing Association.

Excelsior Fencing Club

61 Willow St., Waterloo N2J 1V8

Toronto Fencing Club

50 Prince Andrew Place, Toronto M3C 2H4