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Beaches Bruhaha (S/F/E YCC/cadet/junior): Sat/Sun, January 26-27, 2008
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At the Beaches Sabre Club, we teach an “Introduction to Sabre fencing” course that we call our Beginner Program. We also cater to experienced fencers of every level: from recreational athletes all the way up to International superstars. We are proud to have both the FIRST-EVER WOMEN’S SABRE WORLD CHAMPION and a CADET WOMEN’S SABRE BRONZE MEDALIST at our club. We hold equally strong positions on the Ontario Provincial and Canadian National men’s sabre teams.

Rules of Sabre Fencing

The popularity of fencing is evident in the modern age, seeing how it has been featured in every edition of the Olympic games. The rules of this sport are simple. Two opponents duel each other with the goal of making a contact, or simply put, to touch the opponent with the saber. The main body that is responsible for governing fencing is the Fédération Internationale d’Escrime, based in Switzerland. The two most important fencing events are the World Cup and the World Championships and they draw crowds from all over the globe. In addition to this there are many sports fans who opt to watch the events from home on television.

These events also attract a lot of people that want to bet on the athletes that are competing. They usually accomplish this by using legal online casino sites. Online casinos are a great way to place bets because they offer many kinds of casino bonuses that can be used to practice placing a bet without the need to actually spend real money. And for veteran fans of fencing, like the ones here attending the fencing lessons in Toronto, they simply offer an easy way to place bets for free.

If you are looking to try fencing for the first time, we are the club to see in Toronto. We have our own full-time facility and a large staff of masters and instructors to help you develop. We currently have one Master, Iosef Mirkin, who we acquired amicably from Ryerson University. We want you to learn to develop your own style of fencing. You can tell by our track record that we know how to make good fencers, but if you are just looking for a good time you will feel right at home as well. We encourage recreational fencers and are well know in the community for our social side and post-tournament parties.

All of our classes are co-ed. We have a large number of younger fencers (ages 10 to 19) but are hardly a daycare center. There are plenty of adults as well; who do you think throws those great parties? If you are in great shape or just want to get there, fencing with us will keep you active and show you a great time.

If you want to learn more about the club we have an FAQ for people new to the sport, and a section on our beginner classes. To learn how to sign up click here . We have info on our fees and schedules, as well as great directions on how to find us. If you still have questions, just contact us at the club. Hope to hear from you soon, remember: spectators are always welcome.

Our coaches are Iosef Mirkin, Perry Stevens, and Jim Stevens. They are responsible for our group lessons for novice, advanced and elite saber fencers. They also offer individual lessons for an extra cost. Jim Stevens instructs the beginner and novice fencers.