Thomas Dudey, 16, of Bellaire placed first in a field of 138 competitors from 18 countries at theTorneo Internazional di Scherma Cadetti in Pisa, Italy on February 9, 2013. Thomas is now ranked seventh on the European Cadet Men’s Foil Circuit, despite having competed in only three events. He earned a bronze medal at the […]
Congratulations to Michael Dudey on his gold medal run in the Junior Men’s Foil event. After dropping one bout early in pools, Michael went on a mission demolishing his opposition in the direct elimination round. He won the gold medal 15-4 over Jason Chang. Great job Michael!
Congratulations to all our fencers at this weekend’s ROC here in Houston. Led by gold medals from Amy Jia (Women’s Div IA and Div II Foil), Evan Register (Men’s Div II Saber), Jack Holmes (Men’s Div II Foil), and Nicola Sirito (Men’s Div IA Foil). Many other medals were earned and full results can be […]
6 of our youth fencers recently competed in the Challenge CEP tournament hosted by Marathon Foil in Paris. Led by Nicola Sirito’s 11th place finish, Amy Jia, Isabelle Jefferis, Jack and Leo Holmes, Mohamed Hamza, and Nicola traveled to Paris to compete in this prestigious youth tournament. Please be sure to congratulate these fencers when […]
Nicole Jomantas December 8, 2011 (Colorado Springs, Colo.) – Foil fencer Michael Dudey (Bellaire, Texas) earned his first Junior World Cup medal on Saturday when the 18-year-old took him the bronze at the London Junior Foil World Cup in Great Britain. Dudey’s teammate Michael Woo (Wayne, N.J.) also advanced to the final rounds where he […]
Houston’s Salle Mauro Fencing Academy Takes Home Gold from 2011 National and International Championship Competitions
Led by 2012 Olympic Foil Coach Mauro Hamza, US Men’s and Women’s Foil Team Members win gold, silver and bronze and team gold in Pan-American Championship; Salle Mauro Club Teams win gold in both Jr. and Sr. Men’s Team Competitions; Four individual fencers take home 5 medals
US Men’s Olympic Team Now Ranks 5th in the World, Highest-Ever Ranking for the US in the Sport of Fencing, as they prepare for 2012 London Olympics.
“Twenty-three bouts in two days is a grueling schedule for any fencer, but Emma Buckingham (Carrboro, N.C.) [and Salle Mauro] was up to the task, following her 12 bout wins on Friday to earn her first North American Cup gold with another 11 on Saturday to earn a second NAC title.”