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The new sabre olympic coach from Hungary

Coaching experience: From 2013 to 2014 years I was coaching junior saber fencers at MTK Budapest as assistant coach to Gabor Gardos the head coach of the Hungarian national team of women sabre and coach to two of the best fencers of the world. I assisted Gabor in coaching  András Szatmáry (world champion in 2017,

Sapphira Ching is the Winner of the 2019 USA Fencing Connecticut Fencer’s Excellence Award

WESTPORT, Conn., April 23, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Three generations of fencing talents gathered at Toquet Hall in Connecticut’s beautiful town of Westport. 2019 North American Cup Gold medalist Sapphira Ching (saber) of Hopkins School was announced the Winner of this year’s USA Fencing Connecticut Fencer’s Excellence Award. Olympian Fencing Studio was honored as the Club Winner. Runners-up were Elliot Siegel (foil) of Hopkins School and John Lin (saber) of

OFS Fencers Performed Well This Fall

The Olympian Fencing Studio officially opened its doors on June 1st. After a busy summer of camps, the kids when back to school and some have already begun to compete in local and regional competitions. We are proud to share these fantastic results that our students have had this Fall and looking forward to building

We also have a foil program!

Yury Molchan: Yury spent 10 years with the Russian National Team as a both fencer and instructor. He was a member of the Russian Junior National (U-16, U-19) and Senior National teams from 2000-2008. He won gold medals at the 2004 European Fencing Championships and 2008 World Cup in Copenhagen, Denmark. He won a bronze

Ching, Hirsch and Schoelkopf named to USA Fencing All-Academic First Team

Congratulations to Sapphira Ching ’20, Sydney Hirsch ’19, and Nick Schoelkopf ’19 for being named to the 2017-18 USA Fencing All-Academic First Team. Sydney Hirsch and Sapphira Ching have also been named to the 2017-18 USA Fencing All-American First Team.

An Olympian in the Making?

Under the tutelage of Galya Pundyk, Sapphira Ching, member of the Hopkins School Varsity Fencing Team, finished this year's season undefeated with a 33-0 record. Sapphira is no stranger to winning, her varsity career since 7th grade is 90-5. Congratulations Sapphy!

Olympic Gold Medalist Opens Fencing Studio in Fairfield County, CT

From Fencing.net: There was an article floating around from ScholarshipStats (which can be found here) last week making the claim that high school fencers had a roughly 30% chance to fence on an NCAA team (29% for Men, 35% for Women). TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE? At first glance, 30-ish percent is a rather large

Roughly 35% of Women High School Fencers Will Fence On An NCAA Team

From Fencing.net: There was an article floating around from ScholarshipStats (which can be found here) last week making the claim that high school fencers had a roughly 30% chance to fence on an NCAA team (29% for Men, 35% for Women). TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE? At first glance, 30-ish percent is a rather large

How Much Does Beginner Fencing Equipment Cost?

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Parent’s Guide to Fencing: Your Kids, Their Swords, and Surviving it all with your Sanity Intact.

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