Truro Fencing Club has six athletes selected to represent Great Britain at the World Youth Championships in April.
Tennis and swimming are among six sports told to increase participation levels by funding body Sport England.
Sam Weale, the first British man to win a European modern pentathlon medal, announces his retirement from the sport.
Cornwall's James Honeybone and Sophie Williams win sabre gold at the British Fencing Championships in Sheffield.
Doping poses the biggest threat to the Olympic movement, warns the head of world fencing Alisher Usmanov.
More than 50 years since Britain last won a fencing world title, 22-year-old James Davis has a fighting chance this week
Great Britain fencing coach Jon Salfield says he is close to realising his dream of a national centre for the sport in Cornwall.
British trio James Davis, Richard Kruse and Keith Cook win team foil bronze at the European Championships in Croatia.
British foil fencer James Davis claims individual bronze at the 2013 European Championships in Croatia.
Great Britain Olympian Husayn Rosowsky is selected to represent the British Universities and College Sport Fencing team.
James Davis becomes the first Briton to win a Grand Prix fencing title since 2009 after triumphing in St Petersburg.
Scottish fencer Keith Cook is to take legal action over his omission from Great Britain's Olympic squad.
One of Britain's top fencers plays a leading role - dressed in full GB kit - in a new music video.
London-baser British fencer Richard Kruse boosts his London 2012 Games preparations with a silver medal at the Men's Foil World Cup in Seoul.
Britain's fencers are overhauling their preparations for London 2012 after disappointing at the European Championships in Sheffield.
BBC Sport learns that Britain's top fencers will have their funding cut following a disappointing European Championships.
Great Britain's fencers return from the World Championships in Sicily without medals after the men's foil team lose in the last 16.
Great Britain's fencers win team foil gold at the Olympic test event at London's ExCel arena.
GB's Jamie Kenber hopes poker skills will help his fencing
Thirteen-year-old Gabby Down is named in the seven-strong ParalympicsGB wheelchair fencing team for London 2012.