Fencing

Foiled by the flourish

As I entered the gym at Duncan McArthur Hall last week, the clashing sounds of cold steel signalled an evening of competitive camaraderie.Continue...

Fencing wins provincial title

The men’s fencing team won a dramatic second straight OUA title on Sunday, defeating the University of Toronto Varsity Blues in an improvised sudden-death tiebreaker at
the ARC.Continue...

Putting our best feet forward while fencing at Queen’s

This week, The Journal ’s Sports editors teamed up with Queen’s Fencing to try out one of the swankiest combat sports around. While they didn’t transform into pros after one lesson, they did learn a couple of great moves and some fun and fancy footwork.Continue...

The Journal Tries Fencing

 

This week, The Journal’s Sports editors teamed up with Queen’s Fencing to try out one of the swankiest combat sports around. While they didn’t transform into pros after one lesson, they...Continue...

Fencing: A sport with a point

In the eighth year of his fencing career at Queen’s, Captain Jimmy Wintle — weapon in hand — is a force to be reckoned with. But after competing for nearly a decade, Wintle may be ready for a whole new sort of force.Continue...

Gaels’ sabre savant

Lily Jiang’s second OUA medal was a little bittersweet.Continue...

Sports in brief

Men's basketball player receives scholarship, squash and fencing prepare for provincial tournamentsContinue...

Titles from new talent

While it may not be the most popular sport on campus, Queen’s fencing is fighting hard to show that it’s one of the university’s most successful.Continue...