Not quite documents, we have some fencing related
"artwork" available for use by the general public.
The CU Fencing Club has an official constitution. Yes
it's long and boring as you would expect any constitution
to be, but it helps keep us away from a formal dictatorship,
and yet somehow locks us into an informal one
simultaneously... The constitution helps guide us as a
club as generations come and go. It serves as the final
word on various questions about organization and club
This is the primary document which defines the structure of the Collegiate Sport Clubs organization. This outlines many
of the rules by which all the clubs need to abide.
|Fencing articles written both by CU Fencing's own members and by others in the fencing community.
Learn how to submit your own articles.
Feel free to print these out and pass them around.
This is one of the tools we use to publicize the
class and club.
Only #1 is up to date for the second Fall 2007 class
Help us advertise our collegiate tournament
with this Rocky Mountain Collegiate Fleche
Up to date for the 2007 Fleche
These documents deal with the official rules of fencing
as put out by the USFA. The rules of the sport change
slightly each year, so it's good to have these
around as a reference.
- The official rules, and referee study guide,
are available from
- The Athlete's Handbook is available from the
forms and documents section. Warning, this
has been known to change during the season!
Some good information about the basics of fencing.