PARA FENCING TRAINING

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Last updated April 1, 2022

Pathway & Performance Training

The EIS WCP programme runs an established centralised programme for full time athletes based at Bath University, together with a number of training camps and activities for non-centralised nominated WCP fencers.

As the WCP expands, the intention is for the BF Athlete Development Programme (ADP) to work with the EIS to facilitate the inclusion of invited non WCP athletes in specific preparation camps where appropriate rather than host separate camps.

In addition to this, the ADP will be consulting with para fencers to explore the integration of Para-Fencing into ADP camps, based on their development needs.

Para-fencing training opportunities at the ADP Camps will be open to all para-fencers on a performance pathway (WCP or non WCP) but will not be linked to specific international events.

 

Community/Come and Try Training Sessions

In addition, BF will be working with clubs and regions to host ‘come and try’ opportunities for people with disabilities to experience wheelchair fencing.  These experiences will not be limited to those disability categories that fall under Paralympic fencing and BF will be working to create a network of clubs to signpost participants to. If you are interested in introducing wheelchair fencing into your club, or helping to run ‘come and try’ experiences please contact us by completing this form.

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