The sport of fencing is making a comeback for the 2020 Olympics. Fencing competitions will include individual bouts in sabre and epee as well as team matches for foil, beginning on July 23rd at 8 p.m ET with men’s sabres followed by women’s epée events concluding Sunday August 1st with final medal rounds.”
|Event||Summer Olympics 2021|
|Date||23rd July to 8th August 2021|
|Live Stream||Watch on fuboTV|
Olympics Fencing Women’s Foil & Men’s Epee Finals
American fencing great Mariel Zagunis is set to compete at her fifth Olympics in women’s sabre. The 36-year-old is a four-time Olympic medalist, including two gold medals in individual sabre in 2004 and 2008. She will be joined by Jake Hoyle, Curtis McDowald, Yeisser Ramirez, Alen Hadzic, Kat Holmes, Courtney Hurley, Kelley Hurley, Anna van Brummen, Nick Itkin, Alexander Massialas, Gerek Meinhardt, Race Imboden, Jackie Dubrovich, Lee Keifer, Nicole Ross, Sabrina Massialas, Eli Dershwitz, Daryl Homer, Andrew Mackiewicz, Khalil Thompson, Eliza Stone, Dagmara Wozniak and Francesca Russo on Team USA.
Ready for an understatement? Fencing athletes move lightning fast. Tracking their agile movements as they indulge in high-speed swordplay feels like a skill in itself, making it all the more exhilarating to spectate as it heads to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Looking to watch Olympics fencing Finals 2020 live stream? We’ve got all the details for you below.
European countries have traditionally been the most successful at fencing in the Olympics, with Italy boasting the highest medal count (125) and France coming in a close second (118). You can expect to see these countries bag more medals at the Tokyo Olympics.
The Russian fencers have improved considerably over the years, so you’ll want to keep an eye out for them, snagging the most medals at both the Rio 2016 Olympics and the 2019 World Fencing Championships.
Then you also have the Asian countries, like South Korea and China, making strides in their fencing performance. Both countries have won gold medals at previous Olympics events, and their exceptional athletes have proven themselves on the world stage.
In this article, we look at the key event dates and explain how you can watch fencing at Olympics 2020 live from your country.
Free Olympics fencing Finals live stream
The Olympics is one of the most viewed sporting events worldwide, so broadcasters across the globe are covering it. Leading the charge is the BBC in the UK, offering every moment of the action on both linear TV and on its on-demand online service, BBC iPlayer.
Ireland will broadcast coverage on RTE, France – TF1, and Germany – ARD and ZDF.
Elsewhere, you can get a free Olympics fencing live stream in Australia on Channel 7 on TV and 7plus online, and in New Zealand you’ve got TVNZ and TVNZ OnDemand.
Keep reading for further worldwide Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games live streams below.
How to watch your Olympics live stream online
No matter where you are around the world, there should be an Olympic Games stream to ensure you can watch Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, whether paid-for or free. However, you may find your preferred domestic coverage is geo-restricted when abroad, or that your place of work, college, or school has prevented the ability to access your chosen service and watch online.
Thankfully, there’s any easy work-around. Simply download a VPN and you can spoof your device into appearing as if it’s located somewhere else. Essentially, then, you can appear as if you’re where your coverage is geo-locked to and watch as if you’re right at home.
How to watch Olympics fencing in the US with and without cable
In the US, NBC has the broadcasting rights for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Have you got NBC on your cable? Great, then you can watch the events on the NBC channels and stream them through NBC’s streaming platform too. Not on cable? You’ll have to use streaming services that have the NBC channel to view the Olympics.
Peacock TV is super affordable at $4.99/month ($49.99 for an annual plan), and it comes with a one-week free trial. Offering “multi-sport coverage”, this is a great choice if you’re looking for the highlights.
For end-to-end coverage, it’s worth considering Sling TV and its Sling Blue plan. Usually a more expensive option at $35 a month, right now, it’s available for $10 for the first month, which will encompass the 14 days of the Tokyo Olympic Games.
You can use Google Chrome Browser, Android, iOS, Apple TV, and other devices to access these platforms.