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Founded in 1891, Oxford University Fencing Club is one of Britain's oldest and most successful fencing clubs. The club caters for all levels, from beginners to international.

Foil, epee and sabre training are all on offer at the club. Advanced and intermediate fencers receive expert tuition from our club coach, Tomek Walicki, who leads a weekly training session and offers individual lessons throughout the week. In addition there are two club nights every week with free fencing. The quality of fencing is high across all three weapons and many members represent their country internationally.

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Sports Awards Success

Written by OUFC Webmaster. Posted in News

Tomek with his Award

OUFC was represented in two categories at this year’s annual Sports Awards.  Our long serving coach Tomek Walicki was nominated for Coach of the Year and Men’s Captain Satya Gunput was nominated for  Sportsman of the Year. Tomek was also nominated by OUMPA.

Unfortunately Satya was unsuccessful in his category; however it was fantastic to see Tomek win his category against some other strong contenders.  Commiserations to Satya and many congratulations to Tomek – this is a thoroughly deserved award and recognition for all his hard work for the club.

News from the President – 7th Week

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Weekend Results

The Men 2nds team travelled to Birmingham on Saturday for a set of BUCS matches. They were victorious against UEA and Nottingham but lost out to Birmingham and Cambridge. Thanks to Ed Wareham for driving the minibus and congratulations Mens 2nds!

The Womens 1sts also had a day away. They travelled to Cardiff on Sunday, also for BUCS matches. They fenced a couple of tense matches, losing by only 5 hits to Cardiff and only by 4 to Imperial. Well fenced girls.

Health and Safety

Please have a read of the Health and safety briefing sent by Pablo over the weekend.

That’s all from me for now.
Happy fencing,
ET x