The biggest and most important thing when it comes to start competitive fencing it’s to start early! Discovering yourself as a fencer, learning how to deal with the pressure, to control your nerves, to make split second decisions, are crucial for … Continue reading
Whittemore Center – Durham, New Hampshire Seventy of the best épéeists from fencing centers around the country have been registered for four Men’s and Women’s events, held on the first weekend of the new year 2015. … Continue reading
Best fencers in the New England Division have participated this weekend to the Qualifiers for the 2015 Junior Olympic Championships (Richmond, VA, Feb. 3-5), held at Boston Fencing Club. Olympia Fencing Center epeeists have dominated the competition, with ten fencers … Continue reading
We’re back from another exciting fencing adventure, 2014 Louisville National American Cup, Juniors, Cadets, Y14. As the sport of fencing is continuously growing, over 500 fencers have been registered for Men’s Epee and 350 in the women’s competition. Olympia Fencing … Continue reading
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It’s been a great fencing season and, while advanced fencers were getting ready for the Summer Nationals, the club was open for the Beginners Summer Camps, to introduce the amazing sport of fencing to other intrigued children. More than 70 kids … Continue reading
Olympia Fencing Center is happy to welcome back all our fencers participating to the Portland NAC, one of the toughest tournaments of the year. Olympians and world champions have gathered to fence in this event, which served as qualifiers for … Continue reading