Located 15 minutes away from Boston, in the beautiful Fresh Pond of Cambridge, Olympia is home of over 100 members, ages 6 to 60 and over.
Lead by former Romanian National Champion, Daniel Hondor, Olympia’s founder and director , we have set our dreams high: we want to be a leading force in the regional, national and international fencing.
With already notable results, Olympia’s first generation of champions has fled the nest, going for higher education to ones of the most prestigious American (and not only) universities.
Others follow in their steps – continuing our hard training and dedication to fencing, recruiting talents every day, Olympia strives to be the home of the future Olympic Champion.
Change your life, be unique, dare to become better – start fencing!
We welcome fencers of all ages and skill level, our bi weekly Open Fencing program offers everyone the opportunity to fence Olympia’s best fencers as well as visitors from other fencing clubs around the country or the world, during over three hours of fencing, for only $15.00 floor fee.
If you are like the thousands who fell in love with this sport, your fencing club will become your second home. At Olympia, we take that responsibility seriously. Our fencers are competitors – and best friends. There are no age barriers, skill barriers, or shyness.
Here are some of our members best results:
Cristina Gordet, Bronze medalist, World Veterans Fencing Championships, 2013, National Gold medalist, Veterans 50 Women’s Epee, 2013 and 2014.
USFA Points standing, as of July, 2014:
- Cristina Gordet, 1st, Vets50 Women’s Epee, captain of the National Team.
- Emily Vermeule, 5nd, Women’s Epee Y12 (best New England Division).
- Natalia Stavisky, 6th, Vets Women’s Epee and alternate, vets National Team.
- Emma Harris, 8th, Women’s Epee Y14 (best New England Division).
- Spencer Vermeule, 11th, Men’s Epee Y10 (best New England Division).
- George Scott, 15th, Vets50, Men’s Epee (best New England Division).