College fencing, RESULTS

Luxembourg World Cup, NJFA RJCC, Windy City SYC, College Meets +

We’re very proud of our athletes for their great fencing this weekend from Luxembourg to Brooklyn!  Congratulations all!

Jaclyn Khrol – 29th at the Luxembourg Junior World Cup out of 142 fencers from more than 20 different countries!

NJFA Regional Junior Cadet Circuit – top 8:

  • Dylan Polkovsky – Bronze in Cadets
  • Daniel Zaretsky – 7th in Cadets
  • Emily Ostrovsky – 7th in Cadets

Windy City Super Youth Circuit – top 8:

  • Shawn Agaon – Bronze in Y12
  • Finn Chimoskey – Bronze in Y10
  • Evelyn Agaon – Bronze in Y10
  • Ethan Agaon – 5th and E2018 in Y14,  7th in Y12

NCAA College Fencing – awesome to see our students performing well on the collegiate level! This weekend there were two big meets at Brandeis and Sacred Heart:

  • Sam Bekker led NYU with the most victories (13-4) at The Tradition Tournament at Sacred Heart
  • Nathan Vaysberg had a great showing (11-7) for St. John’s at The Brandeis Invitational
  • Bennett Cohen was one of the most valuable fencers on the Sacred Heart team
  • Skyler Chin helped Yale go 4-1 at Brandeis, including revenge for last year’s loss to Saint John’s

More details here:…/2018-…/releases/201812033l1nwy

Congrats also to our top 8 medalists at local competitions including the NYFA Youth Cup #3:   NYFA-BK



Cadet & Junior World Cups, Cobra SYC Top Results

Congratulations to all of our fencers who represented NYFA around the world this past weekend!  Great job everybody – coaches and fencers! Keep up the good work!

Top 32 at World Cups:

  • Skyler Liverant – 4th in Teams and 8th in Individuals at the Cadet World Cup in Bonn, Germany!  Skyler keeps progressing and showing amazing fencing – we’re very happy for you!
  • Jaclyn Khrol – 17th at her first Junior World Cup in San Juan, Puerto Rico.  Jackie went undefeated in pools and was just a few touches short of top 16. Good luck to Jackie next week in Luxembourg at her next World Cup!
  • Peter Kambeseles – 32nd in the Bonn Cadet World Cup


Top 8 at the Cobra Super Youth Circuit- our youngest stars are on the rise!

  • Liora Profis – Silver in Y8
  • Landon Shchur – Bronze in Y10
  • Alexander Ratmansky – Bronze in Y8
  • Alexandra Rakhovski – 5th in Y10
  • Shawn Agaon – 6th in Y12
  • Dylan Kats– 6th in Y10
  • Nicholas Iarikov – 7th in Y10
  • Grayson Shchur – 7th in Y8
  • Caralina Khrol – 8th in Y14
  • Konstantin Vaysbukh – 8th in Y14



Team Silver at World Cup, RJCC Gold+, JO Qualifiers

Congratulations to our fencers for this weekend’s top results!

  • Alan Temiryaev – Silver with Team USA at the Junior World Cup in Riga, Latvia!

Gold Finch Regional Junior Cadet Circuit:

  • Peter Kambeseles – Gold in Juniors
  • Dylan Pokovsky – 6th in Juniors
  • Alan Slavinskiy – 8th in Juniors

Long Island Division Junior Olympic Qualifiers:

  • Kevin Feng – Bronze and qualified for Juniors
  • Jessica Xu – Bronze and qualified for Cadets



November NAC Gold + 5 Top 8 Medalists

Congratulations to the NYFA athletes who earned top 32 results at the November North American Cup in  Kansas City, MO!  And thanks to the coaches and parents who work hard to support our fencers!

  • Alan Temiryaev – Gold in Juniors – Alan made us proud once again with his second Junior title!
  • Jaclyn Khrol – Bronze in Juniors, 8th in Cadets – strong and confident fencing – we’re proud of you!
  • Caralina Khrol – Bronze in Y14 & B2018, 28th in Juniors – disciplined and smart fencing all around – congrats on your personal best!
  • Skyler Liverant – 5th in Juniors – he had a blast beating some top fencers in USA and he’s still Y14!
  • Steven Grams – 7th & A2018 in Juniors – great job, Steven and Coach Marat!
  • Anton Chmut – 25th in Juniors
  • Emily Gao – 32nd in Juniors

Other recent, local top 8 results: NYFA-LI   NYFA-BK



Klagenfurt Cadet World Cup, College Temple Open

We are proud of our students who fenced in the Cadet World Cup at Klagenfurt, Austria!  Here are their Top 32 results:

  • Jaclyn Khrol – 11th place our of 170 fencers – great start to the International season – keep it up for even higher results!
  • Skyler Liverant – 32nd out of 185 athletes in his first international competition and he’s still Y14!  Great job, Sky!

We also congratulate Sam Bekker, sophomore at NYU, for his Top 8 finish at the Temple Open!