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Is Fencing On A Downward Trajectory?

Badroel Rizwan, President, Federal Territory Fencing Association | Tim Koh, National Foil Coach

04-Jul-23 21:00

Is Fencing On A Downward Trajectory?

It's been more than a decade since fencing was dropped from NSC's development program with private clubs and gyms playing a huge factor in keeping the sport alive at the grassroots. At the recent SEA Games in Cambodia, the national contingent brought home four bronze medals, and while meeting the target set - it's a far-cry from the glory days of the 2011 Indonesian SEA Games where a 22 year wait came to an end with two gold medals. Apart from one-off financial aids, can the sport relieve its glory days with more support & attention? We explore.

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Produced by: Daryl Ong

Presented by: Daryl Ong


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Categories:  sports

Tags:  FTAFAbar nonefencingsea gamessportsmalaysian sports





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