Team USA defeated Russia to win bronze...
First-time Paralympian Joey Brinson was eliminated in the pools of the Category B men’s saber event on Thursday.
For Paralympic rookie Ryan Estep (Florence, Miss.), it was a single touch that ended his medal aspirations.
Cat Bouwkamp blogs for ESPN.com from the Paralympic Games...
Although all three fencers competing for Team USA today were eliminated, they were still able to soak in the atmosphere and enjoy their time competing on the world’s stage.
Ryan Estep and Gary Van Der Wege will compete in the men’s epee events on Wednesday – the second day of wheelchair fencing competition at the Paralympic Games in London.
Wheelchair fencing competition began at the Paralympic Games on Tuesday, but Team USA’s foil fencers did not advance out of the pools.
As one of the final sports to begin competition at the Paralympic Games, wheelchair fencing kicks off at the ExCeL Center in London on Tuesday with the men’s and women’s foil events.
Wheelchair fencer Cat Bouwkamp is blogging from the London Paralympic Games...
As I begin my term as President of USA Fencing, I would like to reach out to all of you and thank those who voted in the last election, regardless of your choice of candidate, as well as those who were not able to vote but who care about fencing.
The International Paralympic Committee has released the Livestream schedule for all sports at the Paralympic Games.