Amazing Results at the December NAC!webmaster
Contested épée events included Men’s and Women’s Cadet, Junior, and Division 1.
Each day was more exciting than the day before, as our fencers medaled in every event!
Here are the results.
- Gabriel Feinberg has a spectacular win in Junior Men’s Épée!
- Jonas Hansen, Tony Whelan, and Gabriel Feinberg, set an impressive and unprecedented 3rd, 6th, and 8th place finishes in Divison 1 Men’s Épée!
- In Cadet Men’s Épée, Max Shah brought home his first NAC medal with an impressive 7th place finish.
His classmate, Luka Loncar comes in 13th among 183 participants, making these the best results for the New England Division of the competition.
- Emily Vermeule makes a comeback after a two-year break (and a broken leg) and earns the Bronze medal in a pool of 156 fencers, in the Div I Women’s Épée.
- In the same event, 17-year-old Ava Wade-Currie is securing 16th place and lots of points, among Olympians and national champions!
The current national rolling points standings to date are as follow:
Senior Men’s Épée
Gabriel Feinberg: 2nd
Tony Whelan: 5th
Jonas Hansen: 11th
Luka Loncar: 5th
Dayus Gohel: 7th
Maximilian Shah: 24th
Emily Vermeule: 15th
Ava Wade-Currie: 19th
These are all the best results in the New England Division of fencing, making Olympia the club with the absolute best results!
We are extremely proud to have so many students making the top 64, nationally. Click here for a comprehensive list for all ages, as of December 2021.