NAC Louisville TFC fencers place 2 top 8, 4 top 32.
TFC fencers captured 4 Golds, 2 Silver and 7 Bronze Medals.
2014 Winter High Performance Foil and Epee Camp
Dec 29, 2014 - Jan 2, 2015
Anatoliy Herey (Degree in Physical Education & Fencing, Master in Recreation & Sport at Kiev University of Ukraine, 8th ME & 1st ME team 2014 World Cup Legnano; 2nd ME 2009 Junior World Champ at Belfast; 2nd ME Team 2013 World Champ at Budapest.)
Peter Ho (Coach of 3 Olympic Fencers & 20 Canadian National Team Fencers)
Alice Lu (Coach of Canadian National Team Fencer)
Kamil Karbonowski (High Performance Foil Fencer and Coach)
Tim Svidnytskiy (BA Physical Education & Kinesiology, OUA Epee Champ 2010)
Dec 6,7, 2014
Toronto Fencing Club is pleased to invite you to participate in the Toronto Challenge I. This "Just for Fun" epee & foil events take place in Toronto
Toronto Fencing Club is dedicated to the development and refinement of fencers from recreational fencers to Olympic competitive athletes. Our vision is to promote the sport of fencing for all ages, from 6 to 60.
Toronto Fencing Center
50 Prince Andrew Place, Toronto, Ontario, M3C 2H4
Monday to Friday, 4:30 pm to 10 pm
Saturday: 9:30 am to 5 pm
(when there is no competitions)
The Regional Community Development Centres are a series of well established, highly experienced fencing clubs in various regions of Ontario, selected for the RCDC program for their records of excellence in the delivery of grass roots programs, and their capacity for growth in the future. These centres are training to become models for club development, offering quality programming based on healthy child development and the principles of Long Term Athlete Development. They will become a hub for clubs, coaches, and community members to get training, share ideas and acquire new skills and expertise.