Teaching Youth and Adults the Sport of Fencing in Northern Utah since 1983
Wasatch Fencing is a non-profit, volunteer driven organization, which teaches a healthy attitude toward life, competition and respect for others through the sport of fencing.
Wasatch Fencing has been teaching Olympic-style foil, epee and saber fencing since 1983. Along with having lots of fun, our fencers are considered to be among the best in Utah and in the nation. Previous members of Wasatch Fencing have gone on to fence for NCAA programs such as Duke, MIT, and Stanford universities.
Women’s Saber World Cup in Salt Lake City, Jan 25 -27
The Women’s Saber World Cup will be held from Jan. 25-27 at the Salt Palace Convention Center. The three-day tournament will include both individual and team events with more than 150 athletes from 30 countries traveling to the United States to compete for world ranking points in preparation for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Wasatch Fencing will be attending the individual championship round as a group on Saturday, January 26. Tickets will be provided for all active members of Wasatch Fencing. Register for your FREE tickets now: https://askfred.net/Clinics/moreInfo.php?clinic_id=42583
If you would like to buy tickets for other events at the World Cup click here.
If you would like to volunteer at the World Cup click here
15th annual Will Fence for Food Tournament Generates 1,000 Pounds of Food for Layton Food Bank
This year’s 15th annual Will Fence for Food tournament generated over a 1,000 pounds of non-perishable food for the Open Doors food bank in Layton, Utah. We had 60 fencers donate food and cash in lieu of registration and event fees. We are so grateful for the willingness of fencers in our division to give back to the community. The decade and a half-old event was the brainchild of Robbie Malcolm, who fenced in Park City and started “Will Fence for Food” as a high school project. Malcolm then went on to fence for and graduated from Princeton. Wasatch Fencing with support from all the clubs in Utah and Idaho have been supporting the charity event ever since.
Congratulations Wasatch Fencing’s gold medalists Gabriel Carrier (Y12 foil and epee), Abby Whitesides (Y12 saber), Tatijana Stewart (senior epee), and Jonas Delisle (D3 Saber). Congratulations also to Zachary Kofroth earning his “C” in epee and Gavin Barth his “E” in epee. Wasatch Fencing had 19 medalists overall! Click here for all results.
Learn to Fence Foil, Epee or Saber in About an Hour
Our LessonOne program will introduce you to the sport of fencing and have you ready for your first bout in about an hour. Once you have completed your LessonOne you can start attending your age group’s practices, which meet on Monday, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.
Contact us and we will get back to you to schedule your first fencing lesson or answer any questions you have.
Join Our Saturday Adult Fencing Program
You are never too old to start fencing. Wasatch Fencing offers an adult program which is open to all adults with or without any fencing experience. Adults meet on Saturdays from 8:00 to 10:00 a.m. Again, no fencing experience is necessary and you don’t need to take a LessonOne to join.
Regardless you just want to get a little cardio workout or get serious and train for competition, all adults are welcome. Click here for all the details or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 801-497-9765.