Announcing Fencing Time v4.3

August 3, 2018
Important update for USA Fencing regional tournament organizers: Fencing Time v4.3e is now available for downloading. This version adds support for importing registration files from the new USA Fencing tournament registration system, as well as exporting results back to it. If you are hosting a regional event (ROC, RYC, SYC, or RJCC), you must update to this version. (As always, updates are free for those with a version 4.x license.)

October 9, 2017
Fencing Time, LLC is proud to announce the public release of Fencing Time v4.3! Fencing Time v4.3 adds many new and improved features for tournament organizers worldwide.

Organizers of events in the USA will benefit from new features that helps them check referees for compliance with the necessary membership types and SafeSport/background checks. Also, new features have been added to make running large regional events like SYCs, ROCs, and RJCCs much easier.

Organizers outside of the USA will also benefit from new features, especially those running FIE and EFC events. Significant improvements have been made to team events, such as making referee assignments much more flexible.

Of course, the complete list of improvements is far more exhaustive - please view the list of nearly 130 changes in Fencing Time v4.3 on the version history page.

Fencing Time v4.3 is a FREE upgrade for customers who have a Fencing Time version 4.x license. You do not need to purchase a new license!

Fencing Time is the most sophisticated, yet easy-to-use, software available for managing fencing tournaments of any size. Whether you are running a 10-person event, a World Cup, or a 10,000-person national championship, Fencing Time will make the job easy and allow you to provide the best experience for your competitors, coaches, and spectators.

Fencing Time has been used by USA Fencing since January of 2012 to run every national-level event. These tournaments are among the largest ever run and Fencing Time has handled these huge events with no problems.

Fencing Time is fully homologated by the FIE and its use around the world keeps growing. It is being selected to run more and more World Cups, Grand Prix, and Championship events with every passing month. In addition, it is quickly being adopted as the standard software for running events by a growing list of fencing federations around the world.

Fencing Time is available in two versions: Standard and Server. Read on to learn more about what each version offers and check out the feature comparison chart to determine which version is best for you!

Fencing Time Server Version

The Fencing Time Server stores your tournament data in a centralized database, which allows you to use any number of computers to manage the tournament simultaneously. You can add additional computers to handle your check-in desk and eliminate paper sign-in sheets completely! Plus, with the Fencing Time server, you can set up an unlimited number of remote monitors at your venue, each displaying customizable tournament information. If you've attended a USFA National Event, you have seen the Fencing Time server version in action - and now you can have the same technology for your events!

Fencing Time Standard Version

If you don't need the multiple-computer capabilities of the Fencing Time server version, the Standard version includes all of the new features and improvements, and can be run on a single computer just like prior versions of Fencing Time.

International Features

Fencing Time is FIE homologated and has the ability to customize its operation and rules to a specific fencing federation. And, if you prefer, you can run Fencing Time in English (US or UK), French, Spanish or Polish!

Fencing Time High School Edition

Fencing Time v4.0 HS is a custom version of Fencing Time designed primarily to serve the needs of high school fencing in the state of New Jersey. For more information on this version, see HERE.

And Much More!

Fencing Time has far too many new features to list here! Take a look at the Feature Comparison for highlights, or the Version History for a complete list of new features.