Fencing Confederation of Asia (FCA)
Founded 1972, at the Congress of the Fédération international d'escrime (FIE), Munich (Germany) 1972, held during the Olympic Games. Original title: Asian Fencing Confederation (AFC).
Promote and develop the sport of fencing in Asia; form and stimulate international opinion in favour of providing proper and better fencing facilities in Asia; coordinate fencing activities within Asia; cooperate with existing national/territorial fencing bodies within the region; offer financial, administrative, and technical support to existing national/territorial fencing bodies where necessary and possible; approve and enforce uniform policies and rules for encouragement and regulation of the sport of fencing in Asia and deal with any infringements thereof; reconcile or arbitrate in differences which may arise among national/territorial fencing bodies; foster the spirit of the Olympic Movement.
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General Assembly (annual, at Congress). Executive Committee. Commissions (7): Technical; Referees; Propaganda; SEMI; Athlete; Women; Veteran.
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