Olympia Fencing Center continues to offer online Zoom classes during phase two or the MA reopening plan.As we resumed some of our in-person sessions in small groups, with a limited number of students, there is detailed information on the Club Re-opening Plan tab, including the safety precautions and guidelines to return to fencing.For Zoom classes, we're happy to welcome... Read More
First national competition of the year ended on Monday, in Charlotte, NC.
The event was held at the Charlotte Convention Center and brought together some of the best fencers in the US and abroad.
Division I, Junior, Senior Team and Wheelchair events have gathered a big crowd of fencers to compete for the titles, over four days of fencing.Here are our students... Read More
Olympia's cadets bring home Gold and Bronze from Espoo, Finland!
For the second time this month, Olympia Fencing Center brings a record number of fencers from the same club, to a cadet world competition!
Olympia's Emily Vermeule and Greta Candreva, alongside Jonas Hansen, Hunter Candreva and Hagen Zheng were among the 280 best cadets in the world, fencing in Espoo, this... Read More
Super Youth Circuit at the Boston Fencing Club
September 1-4, 2017
Olympia epeeists and foilists make top 16 as much as 37 times, with 13 fencers in top 8, over 11 different events during three consecutive days of fencing!With three Silver, four Bronze medals and two ratings changes, here are the best, top 16, results:• Y-10 Men’s Epee: Jordan Macarty wins the... Read More
38 of Olympia’s fencers have attended the 2017 Summer Nationals and July Challenge, in Salt Lake City, UT!The 10-day event called for an estimated 4,222 fencers from 47 states and 428 clubs. With 8,877 entries approved for the event, the tournament is billed as the largest fencing tournament in history.Olympia’s fencers took part in 29 fencing events, both epee and foil... Read More
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 a young fencer's future.This is why we're happy to run the bigger musketeer competitions in the New England Division, to help... Read More
Whittemore Center - Durham, New HampshireSeventy 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.Olympia's fencers returned home with seven well deserved medals among which one Gold, two Bronze, seven épéeists in top 8 and another... Read More
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 in top 16 and bringing home eight medals: two Gold, two Silver, one Bronze, a 5th and two 6th places!Joshua... Read More
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 Center has brought along to the prestigious event 13 eligible epeeists, seven girls and six boys. Y14 Men's Epee - Xavier Ghazaleh... Read More
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 from the neighboring cities, ages 6 to 12, have been part of this summer's great adventure!Three weeks of fencing camps,... Read More