If you've ever been fascinated by the sport of fencing, this weekend's Junior Olympics event is your big chance to see it up close. 

USA Fencing's annual Junior Olympics National Championships will be held in Denver this weekend, February 15-18. Qualifying competitors from all over the country (born between 1999 and 2005) will face off in saber, foil, and epee events at the Colorado Convention Center.

WHEN: Friday, Feb. 15 to Monday, Feb. 18
WHERE: Colorado Convention Center | 700 14th St., Denver, CO 80202
COST: Tickets are $5/day, or you can purchase a 4-day pass for $15 | Purchase tickets here

"Fencing is a lifetime sport for people of all ages and backgrounds," the USA Fencing website states. "One of only five sports contested at every summer Olympic Games since 1896, fencing challenges athletes both physically and mentally while offering a supportive community and fun environment."

Founded in 1891 as the Amateur Fencers League of America, USA Fencing serves fencing athletes in all 50 states through its member clubs, as well as regional and national tournaments throughout the year.

New to the fencing sport but interested in learning more? Get a rundown of the basics here. For more information about the Junior Olympics, check out USA Fencing's website.

Will you be attending the Junior Olympics this weekend? Tell us in the comments below!

**Featured photo by Manky / #BizziTeam via USA Fencing's Facebook

Looking for more fun events to attend this weekend? Check out our weekend round-up!