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They are called Fencers.

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What is a Narrow sword?

The Renaissance fencing sword was a narrowed bladed sword called a 'Rapier'.


Is there such a sport called pro sword fighting?

No. its called fencing.


Where did fencing come from?

The answer depends on your definition of fencing. Modern fencing, also called Olympic fencing, originated in France.


What is a sword covers name?

The use of a sword as a world wide sport is called fencing. This sport is featured in the modern Olympic games and has originated in African continent.


What word for Olympic weapon that starts with an E and is a 4 letter word?

Epee - a sword used in fencing.


What is a fight with swords called?

A sword fight would be the simplest way to call it. Fencing is the verb.


What is a training sword called in fencing?

The weapon used for training in the fencing duel era was called the foil (fleur). It is still used as one of the 3 weapons for fencing today, although it has never historically been a real weapon used for combat. There isn't a training sword in fencing. Originally the foil (see above) before the sport fencing - like we know it now - exsisted. Now you choose a weapon (like the foil) and train with that. So in fencing there is no training sword.


Japanese form of fencing?

Japanese technique of swordsmanship is called Kenjutsu, which literally means "fencing" ("ken" stands for sword and "jutsu" is technique or art). Modernly "Japanese Fencing


What do you call the sword of fencing?

The three categories of fencing are:SabreEpeeFoil


Synonym for fencing sword?

Foil.


What is the sword called in fencing four letter word?

3 types of swords sabre, foil, epee


Fencing became an Olympic sport in what year?

Fencing has been an Olympic event since the modern Games began in 1896.