In a report on its activities in 2015, the Pan American Fencing Confederation (PAFC) showcases a myriad of events held across the Americas last year that saw unprecedented advances made in fencing.
Competitions in Toronto and Santiago attracted impressive media coverage, while courses for coaches in Costa Rica and Guatemala, held in conjunction with the Pan American Sports Organization, spread fencing know-how to potentially high-growth areas.
The report, authored by Pan American Fencing Confederation President Vitaly Logvin, can be accessed in its entirety here.
The Pan American Fencing Confederation is one of the five official continental confederations of the International Fencing Federation (FIE), and comprises 32 member National Federations.
Chairman of the PAFC