Fencing Wheelchair fencing
Situated in a green setting, the Jean-Pierre Muller Weapons Room, with a surface area of 690 m2, is equipped with 8 metal tracks to international standards, completed by 4 training tracks, all equipped with the latest generation equipment, all with timing and signalling of hits on the 3 weapons. The weapons room is also equipped with the latest Handifix anchoring devices for the practice of Handisport fencing. All the signalling devices are connected to the computers directly connected to the scoring table, which allows a real time display of the results. In addition, there are 348 m2 of annexed premises including changing rooms, sanitary facilities, weight room, office, meeting room, repair workshop and a medical room.
The Weapons room is located in a natural area, favourable to the practice of jogging.
and cycling. Nearby, next to the weapons room, there is a complex with 5 outdoor clay tennis courts (two of which are lit), -2 outdoor artificial turf tennis courts,
4 covered green-set courts, -2 mini-tennis courts, 2 squash courts, volleyball court.
At 10 meters, there is a restaurant on the ground floor in a quiet location in the vineyards, with a large terrace and free parking.
The SRC Colmar is the resident club of this armoury. It could send two of their members to the Tokyo Olympics, the swordsmen Romain Cannone with France, Alexandre Douzaid with Senegal.
The club is committed at the highest national level. It has two applicants for the Paris 2024 meeting.
National teams have already chosen these facilities for their preparation, such as the Russians in 2007 before the European championship in Strasbourg, and the Americans then for the preparation of a world championship in Switzerland.
The Jean-Pierre Muller hall has also hosted several training sessions for French junior teams.
Meeting room Equipment available for private use Infirmery Floodlit facilities Hospital nearby Physiotherapy room Weights room Film screening room