New York Fencing Academy is pleased to officially announce that Alex Ulanovskiy and Olga Statsenko have joined our coaching staff! more info…
The new season begins Monday, September 3. If you haven’t already scheduled your classes and lessons, use the links below to make your selections:
Class Schedule: Changes include a new intermediate epee class for kids 10 or younger who have at least one year of experience.
Session Packages: Members: see our 2-Month Member Sessions and save hundreds off individual class rates. New Beginner Customers: choose an Introductory Package which includes up to a half-year of free membership.
Register online for USFA membership: USA Fencing requires everyone who practices in our club be a USFA member. You may register as a non-competitive ($5/yr) or competitive ($60/yr) member. For more information on USFA membership options, click here.
Another season has ended with Summer Nationals, the biggest fencing event in the world. More than 5,000 athletes converged in Anaheim, California to compete in all age groups and weapons. NYFA was represented by 13 athletes: Sophia Chelnitsky, Alex Watkins, Michael Burovsky, Anton Chmut, Bennett Cohen, Sam Burman, Richard Kim, Alan Temiryaev, Anna Brosgol, Skyler Chin, Romain Cannone, Jackie Khrol, and Luca Bellomi. Some are seasoned and experienced but most are young and promising athletes who were fencing in a competition of such scale for the first time. All should be proud to have made it to Summer Nationals – you qualified, fought hard and gained great experience for future events. Congratulations!
Top 32 Results:
Division 3 Men’s Epee National Championship
Richard Kim – 8th out of 129 (D2012 rating)
Y10 Men’s Epee North American Cup
Alan Temiryaev – Silver Medal out of 60
Cadet Women’s Epee North American Cup
Anna Brosgol – 24th out of 141 (C2012 rating)
Y14 Men’s Epee National Championship
Skyler Chin – 12th out of 176
Cadet Men’s Epee North American Cup
Romain Cannone – 23rd out of 214
Y10 Women’s Epee North American Cup
Jackie Khrol – 16th out of 29
Junior Men’s Epee Team North American Cup
NYFA Team (Romain Cannone, Luca Bellomi, Richard Kim) – 16th out of 49
NYFA’s Summer session starts July 2nd and will go until September 2nd.
The Summer class schedule is as follows:
- Beginner Epee 6pm-7pm on Tuesday
- Beginner Foil 6pm-7pm on Tuesday
- Footwork Intermediate/Advanced – 5:30pm – 6:00pm on Wednesdays
- Intermediate/Advanced Epee – 6:00pm – 7:30pm on Wednesdays
You can book private lessons on those days too.
Click here for online lesson scheduling.
We will also have Summer camps in July and August.
Click here for the NYFA summer camp schedule.
Summer is an ideal time to try fencing and if you have friends that are interested, bring them to NYFA. Remember to ask about our Referral program.
Congratulations to Richard Kim for earning 8th place out of 129 fencers in the Division III Men’s Epee National Championships in Anaheim!