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
Emily Vermeule wins the Silver at the Fencing World Championships in Italy, and qualifies for the Junior Olympic Games 2018!!
April 2, 2018
After securing her position on Team USA for the first time with Junior Olympic wins in the cadet events, Emily Vermeule accomplished several firsts at the Junior and Cadet World Championships in Verona, Italy.
Competing at her first Cadet Worlds, Emily won... 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
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
Kansas City, MOFebruary 17-20, 2017Nearly 2,000 of the best young fencers in the nation traveled to Kansas City, MO, to compete in the Junior Olympic Championships, this past weekend.
This tournament will determine the final selection events for the 2017 Junior and Cadet World Championship Team, where the top athletes in each weapon will compete against athletes from over 40 nations, from April 1-10... Read More
Great news are coming our way, from the Cadets World Cup, in Bratislava!
Olympia’s Robert Hondor had an amazing performance on Sunday, as part of the US teams.
Team USA 2: Hondor, Daroian, Dinkins, Mecke – Silver medal!They fenced: Slovakia: 45-25, Japan: 45-30, Romania: 45-36 and Hungary: 45-41, only to lose to the Team USA 1 (Piskovatskov, Lombardo, Chmut), in the... Read More