There is no maximum age for competition in the Olympics. The oldest medalist in the Olympics was Oscar Swahn of Sweden who won a silver medal in shooting at the 1920 Games in Antwerp at the age of 72.
depends on how good you are but probably not more than 45
In my particular club we have an 8 year, and we also have a guy who is about 50, there are LOTS of age groups.
When it comes to Olympic sports, there is no maximum age that one must be under in order to compete. However, one must qualify for the Olympic event, and the minimum age is 16.
The age restriction for Olympic fencing is the same as all other Olympic events, which is 15 years of age.
8 years old till you can stand
Fencing is a sport that can be played any day of the year.
In the sport of fencing, the area of play is called the strip or piste. See the following: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piste_(fencing)
In Egypt, fencing is the sport involving combat between two individuals armed with swords. In Arabic, fencing reads as مبارزة
No they did not have fencing in the ancient Olympis because fencing is a modorn sport or art.
No; fencing is not a joke, and thus cannot have a punchline.
Fencing usually falls under both categories. Martial arts are typically any activities that involve structured combat against an opponent, while a sport is a form of physical exertion used in competition against another. Using both of these definitions, fencing falls under each category.
the sport of fencing essentially comes from swordfights, which have existed since swords were created.