Olympian Fencing Club is happy to announce our local tournament schedule for the season has been approved by our division. All tournaments include the following events:
Scheduled dates and askfred links are below. We hope to see you there!
Oct 29 – San Antonio Cup I
Nov 19 – San Antonio Cup II
Dec 31 – OLYMPIAN Epee Holiday & Party
Jan 14 – 12th 2023 OLYMPIAN Open
Apr 15 – San Antonio Cup III
May 20 – San Antonio Cup IV
Jun 17 – ...Continue Reading →
The ’21-’22 USA Fencing season ends on July 31st and all OFC members will need to renew both their USA Fencing memberships and OFC memberships for the upcoming season to be able to participated in practice starting August 1st. All members should have received an email from Coach Velizar with the subject: “End of season and fresh start from August 1st, 2022 with a new season – Please read!” If you did not receive, it please email email@example.com. All ...Continue Reading →
San Antonio, TX – Olympian Fencing Club welcomes back Olympic Bronze Medalist and Texas-native Courtney Hurley for a week-long camp to help local fencers unlock the next level of success.
Olympic bronze medalist (London 2012), 3x Olympian, NCAA champion, and Earl Warren High School graduate Courtney Hurley will be a special guest instructor during a week-long training camp from August 1st to 5th at Olympian Fencing Club (OFC) in San Antonio, TX. During this camp, Courtney, along with OFC coaches, ...Continue Reading →
The Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Fencing Team Championships and NCAA National Championships Qualification is being hosted by the University of Incarnate Word Varsity Fencing Team this weekend (March 12th-13th). Come and cheer on the UIW Fencing Team and our own Coach Jake Thayer! Event is being held at the McDermott Convocation Center on UIW’s main campus. Admission is $10. We hope to see you there!
On March 23rd, University of the Incarnate Word (UIW) student Alex Sless won the Bronze medal in the Men’s Epee fencing event at the 2019 NCAA Fencing Championships in Cleveland, OH. Alex competed against top epee fencers representing top American colleges, Penn State, Harvard, Duke, Stanford, Columbia, Notre Dame, Ohio State and many more. In the quarterfinal Alex lost 13:15 to Oliver Shindler (Ohio State) who ended up winning the event. This is the best performance from a San Antonio ...Continue Reading →