Located 15 minutes away from Boston, in the beautiful Fresh Pond of Cambridge, Olympia is second home to fencers ages 5 to 65 and over.
Founded and directed by former Romanian National Champion, Daniel Hondor, our club offers world class fencing training, with the goal to being the leading force in the regional, national and international fencing.
Along with Daniel, our stellar team includes World Championship finalist and multiple Chinese National Champion, Shuang Meng and Kai Zhao, member of China’s Junior and Senior National Foil Teams, both teaching foil.
We welcome fencers of all ages and skill levels, 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.
FREE Fencing Class for Kids!
Olympia Fencing Center is continuously recruiting new talents.
Appointments required – email or call us today, to learn more and reserve your spot: email@example.com
(617) 945 9448
Some of our best results
Over the years, Olympia Fencing Center has produced some of the best epeeists in the country. Our students are active participants in world, national and regional events, continuously earning numerous titles and medals.
7th pl, 2015 Helsinki (FI) Cadet World Cup, ranked 71st in the world.
- 12th, 2011 Gothenburg (SE) Cadet WE, ranked 60st in the world.
- 17th, 2013 Gothenburg Junior World Cup.
- 27th, 2011 European Cadet Circuit, Grenoble (FR), Cadet WE.
- 2013 Bronze Medalist, World Fencing Championship, Vet.50 WE, Bulgaria.
- 2013/2014 National Champion, Vet.50 Women’s Epee.
- 2011 Silver Medalist, North American Cup E (Veteran Open).
- 2010 Bronze Medalist, North American Cup E (Veteran Open).
USFA Points standing, as of October, 2015:
V50, Women’s Epee
Cristina Gordet, 2nd – best of the New England Division
Vet Women’s Epee
Cristina Gordet – 2nd
Natalia Stavisky, 6th – both best of New England Division.
Y14 Women’s Epee
Emily Vermeule – 3rd, best of the New England Division.
Y14 Men’s Epee
Jonas Hansen – 6th
Michael Corban – 46th.
Y12 Men’s Epee
Hagen Zheng – 8th
Spencer Vermeule – 12th
Gabriel Feinberg – 13th – all three, best results of the NE Division.
Y10 Women’s Epee
Ava Wade – 9th, best of the NE Division
Vet Men’s Epee
Iliya Mechkov – 10th
Cadet Women’s Epee
Emma Harris – 20st
Emily Vermeule – 21st, both best of the NE Division.
Isabel Kain – 36th
Becca Barnes – 38th.
Y12 Men’s Foil
Liu Niles – 20st
Alex Ma, 22nd
Daniel Zhang, 24th
V40 Women’s Epee
Angelica Brisk – 25th
Cadet Men’s Foil
Bin Huang – 35th, best of the New England Division
Cadet Men’s Epee
Robert Hondor – 45th, best of the New England Division
V50 Men’s Epee
George Scott – 54th