Olympian Joins San Antonio Fencing Center to Host RYC

Tomorrow October 20th Olympian hosts the only San Antonio RYC this season and the Alamo area. All three weapons will be involved: epee, sabre, and foil. Together with San Antonio Fencing Center, we will host this key USFA event that is a National qualifier event. Be sure to visit AskFred to get all details, times and registration information.

Events will include Y10, Y12, and Y14 age groups starting at 8:30 AM

WHEN: October 20th & 21st, 2012

WHERE: San Antonio Fencing Center/Salle Pouj
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Get Your Rampage On

Olympian Fencing Club will be conducting an epee fencing demonstration here in San Antonio at the Rampage hockey game! Be sure to get your tickets to the game and see exactly what epee fencing is all about in the concourse. Our team will be setting up and demonstrating what you see at the Olympics and online. This is a great opportunity to see fencing first hand and the great work out and support the sport has. The demonstration will be ...

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Badawi Challenge Results

The first major competition of the new year is in the books for Olympian. Our fencers did a great job in all areas. We traveled to Plano, TX where we competed in Y10, Y12 and Y14 qualifiers. Congratulations to all our competitors for a great effort and to our parents who made the trip and support the club and fencers. The fencing community also paid tribute to recently lost fencer Connor Porter who died in a plane crash about a month ...

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Splash Time at the Fencing Club

Splash!!! Olympian Fencing Club took a much deserved break after the epee fencing National Championships this summer to kick back and relax. Thanks to a kind family on our team, we were all able to get together for fun and sun at their pool.

The kids had a blast in the pool and the parents enjoyed down time with one another to bond and talk about the challenges and excitement from a great season. Olympian Fencing Club is focused on ...

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Badawi Challenge

San Antonio fencing club Olympian Fencing Club is sending twelve fencers to the Badawi Challenge in Plano, TX on labor day weekend. This event is the first official SYC of the season and a nationals qualifier event for 2013.

We have been low key since Nationals this summer so we are anxious to see how our fencers respond. Epee fencing is a year round sport so dedication and hard work go hand in hand. Good luck to all our ...

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The Road to London with the Hurley Sisters

London was a sweet reward for Courtney and Kelley Hurley. The local San Antonio fencers took their lifelong work with them to the Olympics this summer and brought home the bronze medal. After tough individual competition the ladies teamed up with Maya Lawrence and Susannah Scanlan to stun the competition and bring home a medal. San Antonio fencing is proud to be the home of these ladies.

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San Antonio Living Learns to Fence

San Antonio Living learns to fence at Olympian Fencing Club. The exclusive event occurred this week as Alanna Sarabia and the team from San Antonio Living decided to stop by the club and try on their epee glove and mask. The camera crew and reporter came ready to learn and eager to take on the new challenge as the 2012 London Olympics has generated a lot of new interest in fencing, partly due to the ...

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USFA National Championships Schedule for Olympian

Olympian Fencing Club is in Anaheim, CA over the next two weeks. Coach Velizar will be working hard for the team as more than 18 fencers will be in action! The field is larger than anything we have faced this season. Be sure to follow us on Twitter @olympianfencing as we tweet results and keep up with our team. Action starts tomorrow as Alex Streeter and Chris Sahin hit Division III action in the wee ...

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Fencing Greats In San Antonio

By Alissa Nagle from Welcome Home SA Magazine

Photo: Evan Carlisle with his Coach, Velizar Iliev.

Steeped in history and tradition, fencing is a sport with origins dating back to early Greek and Roman times. Characterized by form and expression, fencing is an ancient symbol of power and glory and one of only four sports to have been featured at every modern Olympic Games. While the flashy duels in movies like Zorro and The Princess Bride may ...

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Alliance Mega Epee Camp Makes Local Houston News

Olympian Fencing Club sent twelve fencers to the alliance fencing academy camp in Houston this week to train for the Summer Nationals. The local ABC affiliate in Houston did a story on this event and it shows why this great camp is so popular nationwide. Coach Velizar is working with a coaching team to develop young fencers with a stunning list of accomplishments in the sport.

We were very happy to be a part of this camp and the great success ...

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