Fédération Luxembourgeoise d'Escrime
The Luxembourg Fencing Federation is the official representation of the fencing clubs with the Ministry of Sport and the National Olympic Committee.
Maison du Sport
3, route d’Arlon
B.P. 2392 L-1023 Luxembourg
Last 6 Olympic spots to be decided in Madrid
Madrid will hold the tournament that will decide the last 6 European individual fencing qualifiers for the Tokyo Olympic Games.
Once the last qualifying competitions that were postponed last season, recently held in Budapest, Kazan and Doha were completed, countries that haven’t qualified fencers have a last opportunity in the zone qualification tournaments. The African zone tournament will be held in Cairo (EGY) on April 23, the European zone in Madrid (ESP) on April 24-25, the Asia-Oceania zone in Tashkent (UZB) on April 25-26, and finally the American zone one in San Jose (CRC) on April 29-30. Only the winners will qualify for the Tokyo Olympic Games.
In less than two weeks Lis Fautsch and Flavio Giannotte from Luxembourg will compete in Madrid to be selected for the Tokyo Olympic competition.
Follow live streaming on every strip: https://madridfencing2021.com/streaming/
Let's make it happen – in the land of Pharaohs
The Junior & Cadet World Championships 2021 will be held in Cairo on April 3-11
On the 20th of February 2021 the FIE Executive Committee met via video conference and decided the Junior and Cadet World Championships 2021 will be staged in Cairo. The FIE points out that the conditions and requirements put in place in the context of COVID-19 required several months of work and considerable efforts at all levels. Thanks to these measures, the Egyptian Fencing Federation is now honored to welcome young participants deprived of competitions during the past year to the city of pharaohs. The Junior and Cadet World Championships 2021 will start on the 3rd and end on the 11th of April.
Luxembourg is represented by three young athletes: Anna Zens, who has already qualified for the World Championships twice in her sports career, as well as Philipp Zens and Niklas Prinz, who will make their debut in Cairo. All three athletes will compete on the 9th of April.
Official site: http://fencingegypt.com/Cairo2021.
World Fencing Day
FIE to spend 1,000,000 CHF in COVID-Support
Decisions of the Executive Committee (ComEx)
FIE ComEx decided in its virtual July Meeting to allocate 1,000,000 CHF in support to national federations. The FLE-Board will decide shortly how the support will be distributed in Luxembourg. FLE President Pascal Tesch, who is also a board member of the FIE executive stresses the extraordinary measures taken. “We had to cancel the Junior’s World Championship, that was a very difficult decision to take. With the pandemic still increasing in violence it was however the only reasonable outcome. Thanks to the founds given to the FIE by president Usmanov, we could however distribute a huge support to the federations. Besides we are working tirelessly towards resuming the olympic qualification. We stay optimistic for Tokyo 202One”
Security protocol for COVID 19 - V3.0
Message from EFC-President Stanislav Pozdnyakov
Thank you Isabelle and Claude
More than 30 years after making a first appearance in the executive board of the FLE, the CC (Comité Central) Isabelle Deville had decided not to run for office again, concentrating on her new position as president of Escrime Sud. During this periode Isabelle hold various positions mainly being the sports director for the longest time.
Claude Wolter who had been more than 10 years in the position of chief equipment office also had decided to hand over the baton.
We thank Isabelle and Claude for their service and commitment over the last years!
Luxembourg's fencing legend Jean Link passes at age 81
Junior world champion in 1958 and 1959, Jean Link died at the age of 81. Our sincere condolences to his family.
Activ Doheem mam Lis an mam Flavio