Fencing at the Olympics 2021 Live Stream & Schedule

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Olympic Fencing competition Format at Tokyo 2020

Tokyo 2020 will be the first Olympics where all twelve events on the fencing programme will be contested.

Men and women each compete in six events, broken down by team and individual competition as well as the three weapons used: epee, sabre, and foil.

Individual competitions are arranged in a single-elimination tournament format.

Team events involve three members (and one reserve member) competing in a round-robin format, with each athlete on each team fencing one another one at a time

Olympic Fencing schedule at Tokyo 2020

The fencing competition at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will take place from 24 July to 1 August 2021.

This is the schedule of the gold medal events:

  • 24 July: women’s epee individual final, men’s sabre individual final
  • 25 July: women’s foil individual final, men’s epee individual final
  • 26 July: women’s sabre individual final, men’s foil individual final
  • 27 July: women’s epee team final
  • 28 July: men’s sabre team final
  • 29 July: women’s foil team final
  • 30 July: men’s epee team final
  • 31 July: women’s sabre team final
  • 1 August: men’s foil team final

The full schedule of events for the Tokyo 2020 Games can be found here.

Olympic Fencing venue at Tokyo 2020

Fencing at the Tokyo 2020 Games in 2021 will take place in a hall at the Makuhari Messe, one of Japan’s largest convention centres.

The venue can hold 8,000 spectators, and other parts of the building will host the taekwondo and wrestling competitions at the Olympics.