“Fencing”, Balochistan’s Emerging Game


Fencing Championship Balochistan

Pakistan Day Fencing Championship held in Quetta. The competition continued for 2 days. It’s very much appreciatable that Such events are seen in Balochistan and welcomed by the communities.

Pakistan Day All Balochistan Fencing Championship in the Main Category and the women’s category the players were against each other. The event was very well organized by The Balochistan Fencing Association.

Fencing Gamein Balochistan

Fencing is still new in Balochistan and is not more popular than football and boxing. But the participation of more than 100 boys and girls in the championship suggests that soon a good talent will be able to represent Balochistan at the national and international levels.

The final of the championship was held on March 25th  2024, the event was covered by major media houses.

As the showdown unfolded on March 25th, amidst cheers and applause, it wasn’t just about declaring a champion; it was about recognizing the untapped potential, the raw talent waiting to be honed and polished. Balochistan’s journey in fencing has just begun, but the strides taken thus far paint a picture of a future brimming with possibilities.

In a world where sports often serve as a reflection of society’s values and aspirations, fencing embodies resilience, discipline, and the unwavering pursuit of excellence. As the blades clashed and dreams took flight in the Quetta arena, one couldn’t help but marvel at the indomitable spirit of Balochistan’s fencing fraternity – a testament to the power of passion and the promise of a brighter tomorrow. The championship was organized by the Balochistan Fencing Association.

What is Fencing?

Fencing is a combat sport in which two athletes use swords to attack and defend against one another to strike their opponent to score points.

The three disciplines of modern fencing are the foil, the épée, and the sabre (also called saber). Each discipline uses a different kind of blade (which shares the same name) and has unique rules.

Fencing By whom, where, and when was Fencing invented?

Evidence of sword fights goes back as far as Ancient Egypt in 1190 BC with bouts and duels continuing until the 18th century.

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