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NEXT CLASS – October 1-st
The Adult Beginner fencing program is provided for students 17+ years old who have never fenced before. This fencing class introduces participants to the sport of fencing and gives them the basic fundamentals needed to start fencing and develop basic skills.
The Youth Beginner fencing program is provided for any students 7-14 years old who have never fenced before. This fencing class introduces participants to the sport of fencing and gives them the basic fundamentals needed to start fencing and develop basic skills.
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This class focuses on tactical strategies, a greater understanding of the rules, and holds the student to a higher physical demand. Intermediate students will spend equal time observing, refereeing, fencing, and physical training. Technical and tactical drills in a group setting will provide an increased repertoire of fencing skills.
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This program will provide determined fencers with highest level of competitive training with everything from strength training to sport psychology. Intensive conditioning, footwork, drills, tactical fencing and individual lessons with the coach
The Utah Swords Academy opened in Salt Lake City, in January 2003. It is Utah's first International competitive fencing club, with a mission to make the excitement and joy of fencing more accessible to Utans of all ages. to help people discover, enjoy, and advance in the sport of fencing. We not only aim to develop fencer's technical skills but we also focus on physical fitness.
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Sergei has more than 20 years of experience as a fencer and 30 years of experience as a coach. As a competitive fencer, Sergei won multiple times Read more…
Konstantin started fencing at age 13. He has been a competitive fencer since 1997. Trained with a famous Ukrainian coaches Vitalui Voitov and Sergei Gritsaev, who helped him to become a National Champion in 2000, and member of Cadet National Sabre Team. Read more…
Some may say fencing is like a dance. “It’s a very awkward dance, but yes it is a dance,” said Thomas as he took a fencing lesson at Utah Swords Academy in Salt Lake City. It’s not the dancing part Thomas loves. “It’s exercise and it’s fun,” he said. Then again, with Thomas, just about[…]
Here is what we found online- “Por su parte, KELLY Dewsnup sumó otra dorada para los norteamericanos, después que venciera 10-7 a la también estadounidense Natalia Oblonsky en el Sable Femenino de la categoría Pre-veterano.” which roughly translates as Kelly Dewsnup added another Gold Medal to the USA’s haul at the youth/veteran Pan Am Games[…]
RENEW US FENCING MEMBERSHIP NOW Renew your USA Fencing national membership NOW. (Or get one if you don’t have it yet.) –Please note this membership is separate from your club tuition and not administered by the club. It is club policy that all participants have at least a non-competitive membership. If you plan to compete[…]
Lisa Chandler appeared on the main page of usfencing.org, with great article about recent Wheelchair Fencing World Cup in Canada. Few words from article – Four-time Paralympian Andrea De Mello (New York City, N.Y.) and newcomer Melissa Chandler (Salt Lake City, Utah) each won bronze medals in the Category B women’s saber competition on[…]
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Daniel Makogon, went to Denver to compete and came back with lots of goodies. Top 3 – gold medal, new rating A2016 and happiest face .
Only Samantha Winward went to Seattle and came back witb 11th place in Y14WF at the Rain City SYC. Earned National Points, and qualifies for that event at Summer Nationals. Congratulations Samantha! Live results link: http://liveresults.raincityfencing.com/SYC2016/