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Michigan – Top 25 List for Fencing Activity 2015-2016

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Michigan Division Generating almost 1,700 local and regional fencer-events in 2015-2016¹, the Michigan Division is the 22nd largest USA Fencing Division in the nation for generating fencer-events. Since 2008-2009  the number of fencer-events generated by members of the Division has grown at the compound annual rate of 14.3%, the 7th highest of any Division in […]

Illinois – Top Ten List for Fencing Activity 2015-2016

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Illinois Division Drawing on fencers from Champaign in the south to fencers in the Greater Chicago Region, the Illinois Division of United States Fencing Association (USFA) made the Top 10 list of Divisions for generating fencer-events in 2015-2016¹. Last year the Division was ranked 6th out of 68 in terms of the number of local and […]

A Brief Statistical Review of USA Fencing 2015-2016

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NFCR is pleased to provide a brief statistical review of USA Fencing for 2015-2016. It is not meant to be an exhaustive expose, but rather a snapshot into membership, clubs, divisions and fencing activity. As usual we look forward to your comments. Membership Despite increased fencer activity at local, divisional, regional and national level competitions […]

The Growth of Saber Across USFA Divisions 2008-2009 through 2014-2015

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Saber fencing activity in the U.S. has grown twice as fast as foil and epee over the seven year period 2008-2009 to 2014-2015 according to NFCR’s analysis of askFRED.net data. The number of saber fencing events generated, excluding saber events at NACs, has grown from 17,661 in 2008-2009 to 26,195 in 2014-2015, representing a compound annual […]