Fencing is a fun, challenging, and thrilling sport accessible to all ages and ability levels. Here at Genesis Fencing Club, we strive to achieve both physical and mental excellence through individualized coaching, dynamic peer mentoring, and an emphasis on technique and tactics.
GFC offers several ways to enjoy the art of fencing. From Little Musketeer classes to Competitive Memberships, we have the staff, equipment, and dedication to assist students on their path to excellence.

Club News

Our rated fencers:
Ben Baron – A
Rebekah Bucur – B
Naomi Bucur – C
Loic Baron – D

USFA Current Point Standing Women Cadet – Rebekah Bucur is currently number 19.

Rebekah Bucur won the Region 6 Spirit of Sport

Rebekah Bucur placed 2nd in Division II Women’s Epee in St Louis at the 2018 National Championship and earned her B rating. She is in 22nd Place Nationally at Cadet Women’s Epee. Rebekah won the 2018 Central Florida Division Championship at Women’s Epee. Read more in Florida Today.

Ben Baron won the 2018 Central Florida Division Championship at Men’s Epee.

Elle Canlas placed 2nd at the Central Florida Division Championship in Youth 10 Mixed Epee.

Ashton Hillmann placed 3rd at the Central Florida Division Championship in Youth 10 Mixed Epee.

Naomi Bucur placed 2nd at the Central Florida Division Championship in Youth 14 Mixed Epee. She also won the Regional Cadet Circuit in Birmingham, AL.

Georgiana Love trained with Coach Daniel and made the National team. She is going to represent the US at the World Veterans Championship.

Q: How does fencing change lives?

A: Fencing improves physical qualities such as cardio vascular fitness, endurance and strength. Mentally, fencing develops concentration, attention distribution, and the ability to solve problems under intense pressure. Also emotionally fencing focuses on psychological endurance, resiliency, self-confidence and motivation for success.
 
 

Chances of a high school athlete competing in College Fencing

Number of High School fencing participants
1,925 Men, 1,771 Women

Number of College fencing participants:
622 Men , 674 Women

% of high school players competing in college:
32.3% Men, 38.1% Women

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