Galya Pundyk – Owner & Head Coach
Professional saberist and coach, Galya Pundyk is an Olympian fencer who won a gold medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. Previously, Pundyk was a member of the Ukrainian National Team. In 2007, they won a silver medal at the World Championships in St. Petersburg.
The following year, Ukraine won team gold at the Beijing Olympics. Afterwards, Pundyk continued to fence until 2016, winning two gold medals and three silver medals at the World Championship. Previously, Pundyk has been an assistant coach on the Yale University Fencing team.
- Gold Medal – Olympic Games (Beijing, China 2008)
- 2x World Champion
- 4x World Vice-Champion
- 2x Europe Champion
- 4x Silver and 3x Bronze Europe Medalist
Yury Molchan – Head Foil Coach
Olympic foilist, Yury Molchan, is a 2008 Copenhagen World Cup Champion and 2004 European Fencing Champion. In 2004, Molchan was a Team Foil Bronze Medalist at the Athens Olympics.
In addition, Molchan was a professional coach at Ohio State University. Previously, he helped train Olympians, Zain and Mona Shaito. Currently, he is the head fencing coach at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, CT.
- 5x Russian National Champion
- 2x U-19 and U-16 National Champion
- Previous Member of Russian Senior National team
Marton Wiszkidenszky – Assistant Coach
As a professional sabreist, Wiszkidenszky was a coach on the Hungarian National Team for Women’s Sabre. He has taught various world fencers, including András Szatmári and Anna Márton. Szatmári went on to be the 2017 Individual World Champion and Márton the 2017 World Cup Champion. Alongside Gábor Gárdos, Marton coached junior saber fencers at MTK Budapest.
Previously, Marton taught at Way of the Sword in Ridgefield, CT.
- 8x Team Gold Medalist, Hungary Championship
- 2x Individual Gold Medalist, Hungary Championship
- 1988 European Champion in Individual Saber Fencing
- 1988 World Champion Bronze Medal Individual Saber