COMPETITION

If you are interested in becoming a fencer, it will take an extreme amount of dedication and work. Practice, practice, practice and compete and lose and practice and practice and practice and compete and lose and practice and practice and compete and not lose and practice and practice and practice and compete and finish in 9th place and practice and practice and practice and compete and come home with your first medal.

More important than medals, is the physical and mental balance you acquire from the sport. Humble in victory, dignified in defeat and committed to improvement. Ask anyone who is a fencer.  Oh yes, and the friends you will make from all over the USA and all over the world.

En Garde!…Pret…Allez!

En garde! …Ready…Fence!

Watch this and learn.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NLMBlMEEWXg

 

Alexander Massialas won the silver medal in RIO.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GcAWqza2xww

 

Learn more about USA Fencing at:

 

http://www.usfencing.org/

  

 

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