At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and quarantine, participation in almost every sport halted. With restrictions slowly easing, many are resuming, under strict social distancing protocols. However, as facts about COVID-19 remain uncertain, non-contact sports, like fencing for which the only contact is with the blade, provides lower chances of transmission.
Fencing teaches boys and girls agility, coordination, and tactical skills, while being fun and safe. A lifelong sport, fencing is often referred to as physical chess, engaging students physically and mentally. In addition, fencing gives your child a distinct advantage when applying for college.
Battle Born Fencing Club (located here in Las Vegas) has established an environment with the lowest risk possible for our members and coaches, adhering to CDC and USA Fencing COVID-19 guidelines.
Come try a fencing class! Email us your name and phone number at email@example.com for more information about our Kids and Adult Beginner Fencing Classes.
Battle Born Fencing Club Announces Summer Camps – 2021
Space is limited to 36 fencers.
$50 deposit non-refundable due at time of registration. Balance due June 6. Waitlist notifications will begin June 7. Registration not complete until payment is received.
Current COVID precautions remain in effect including the requirement to wear a face mask at all times except actively eating or drinking, maintain distancing while inside the club, and temperature checks with COVID screening on arrival. These requirements are subject to change based on USA Fencing and the State of Nevada.
2021 Pre-Summer Nationals EPEE CAMP
Physical conditioning, situational & strategic bouting, sports psychology, and video analysis
** Limited Space available **
Week 1: June 14 – 18th 10am – 3:30pm
Week 2: June 21 – 25th 10am – 3:30pm
Camp fee includes evening HIT Classes & Open Fencing
Detailed info & Pre-registration at askfred.net
As Battle Born Fencing Club continues maintaining health protocols, starting June 10th 2021, fully vaccinated fencers may fence without a facemask under their fencing mask. A fencer is considered fully vaccinated if two weeks have past after their final vaccination dose.
Any fencer who have not been fully vaccinated MUST continue to wear their facemasks.
We will no longer be checking temperatures on arrival and will continue fist/elbow bumps.