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Q: Does fencing take place on a piste?
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What is the name of the field of play in the sport of Fencing?

It is called a Strip, or a Piste, in French, the official language of fencing.

What is the mat area called in fencing?

In the sport of fencing, the area of play is called the strip or piste. See the following:

Where do you play fencing?

Fencing can be found at numerous clubs and centers around the world.

What is the playing area in modern fencing known as?

The long rectangular strip is called a piste.

What is the name for a fencing ground?

If you mean the area in which you fence, you would call it the "strip" or "piste".

Where do fencing events take place?


Which other sport takes place on a piste?

A piste is associated with the sport of skiing, and is a ski run that is marked for the use of skis, snowboards, or other types of winter sports. Pistes are usually well groomed by removing any bumps or holes in the show for smooth runs.

Name of mat used in sword fencing?

When fencing, one does not have a "mat" underfoot. Instead, there is a strip, or a "piste". This strip is always marked out when fencing, and in official competitions will be metal and grounded so as fencers are unable to score touches by hitting the floor.

How does fencing affect physics?

It doesn't. Fencing takes place in the physical world, and so it's action is ruled by the laws of physics, not the other way around. Physics is exactly the same whether fencing take place or not. How does physics affect fencing? Do your own homework.

What is la place sur la piste?

In English, it means place on the track.

What is a 5 letter word for a skiers place?

Piste or slope

Is fencing played in a arena?

Fencing is played on a piste. 14 metres long and between 1.5 and 2 metres wide. There area warning areas at the ends to indicate where you are, being forced off the end results in your opponent getting a point. It's thought that it simulates a corridor where sword work was practiced in castles.