The age restriction for Olympic Fencing is the same as all other Olympic events, which is 15 years of age.
No, but there was a gender restriction.
No. Fencing is in the Summer Olympics.
The fencing rules in the Olympics do not differ from the rules of normal fencing.
fencing has been in the Olympics from 1928
Fencing has been a sport in the Olympics since the beginning of the Modern Olympics, which began in 1896. Fencing is one of only 4 sports to stay in the Olympics for the entire time.
No they did not have fencing in the ancient Olympis because fencing is a modorn sport or art.
Women's fencing was introduced to the Olympics in 1924, with the addition of the Individual Women's Foil event.
Fencing has been a part of the Modern Olympics since the first Modern Olympic Games in 1896.
Fencing is one of only four sports that has been in every Modern Olympics since their beginning.
Fencing is a major event in the summer Olympics as well as the world fencing championship.
depends on how good you are but probably not more than 45
Fencing was in the first Modern Olympics in 1896.
There is no age restriction. There is no age restriction.
Yes, fencing has been contested at every modern Olympic Games since 1896.
Australia has never had an athlete compete in an Olympic fencing event.
The summer Olympics allows fencing to be played around the world but is mainly a European sport.
Fencing is not an Winter Olympic sport. A sport can only be classified as Winter Olympics if it involves snow or ice of some sport. Fencing has neither. Fencing is a Summer Olympic Sport.
Matteo Tagliariol (Italy) won the gold medal for the men's individual epee in fencing in the 2008 Summer Olympics.
Since the first Olympic games fencing has been part of the Olympics. (first "modern" games in 1896.) It was chosen by Olympic creators and has remained as one of four sports to remain in the Olympics every year since. For more information please see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1896_Summer_Olympics#Fencing
The age restriction is18
No age restriction, unless you mean the restriction on the box. On the box it is a 15+ game in Australia and and 18+ in America.
There is no single age limit in the Olympics. Each sport within the Olympics is administered by the sports governing body egg. the cycling is held to UCI rules, swimming to FINA etc. The only age limits I am sure about is gymnastics, where the competitor must be 16 by the end of the calendar year in which a major event takes place, fencing is 13 and equestrian is 18. You should be at least 12 to enter the Olympics.