We teach the Olympic sport of saber fencing in a fun, family oriented environment. Our dedicated, passionate staff, fencers and parents look forward to welcoming anyone who is interested in learning more about this exhilarating sport.
Fencing attracts a wide range of individuals. From the quiet introvert to the outgoing athlete, both can be equally successful. Often called physical chess it's a tactical and strategic sport at high speed. Fencing teaches focus, creative problem solving, persistence, self-confidence and a host of life skills. Age ranges from age 7 to 90. Fencers of all ages compete locally, regionally, nationally and internationally - whatever the individual desires. We are a proud member of the United States Fencing Association.
We offer youth and adult competitive and recreational programs, winter & Summer Camps, school, after-school fencing classes, and amazing fitness classes. In addition we do birthday, scout, and group parties (also Corporate Team Building) in our state of the art facility. Click here to see our group/party information We are conveniently located right off the 217 Freeway and Allen exit. Want to learn to fence? Don't wait, come in, classes are year-round on an ongoing basis. Check out our classes section.
Our facility has a specialized floor making it easier on ankles, knees and hips, air-conditioning, heat, Wi-Fi, home-work area, office work area for parents, lockers, comfortable waiting area, a spectator viewing area, children's play area, snack & drink machine. Club members enjoy discounts on equipment, camps and private lessons. We are fully wheelchair accessible.
Included in our fencing program is a unique combination of classes, fitness, injury prevention, nutrition, mental training, mentoring and leadership programs.
While fencing is an individual sport we have a team environment where good sportsmanship and great character values are emphasized. Led by renowned saber master, head Coach Charles Randall. His world class experience keeps things fun while motivating each person to strive to achieve one's personal best.
Since the club’s opening, Randall’s fencers have competed in regional to the World Cup and World Championship circuit level, bringing home numerous national and international medals.
We are home of World Champion Team member, Sherry Green; 5x National Saber Champion Malia Hee (& NCAA Elite 90 award winner), numerous past National champions including, Logan Spear (also 2x Stanford University Team Captain), Joy Yun, Leo Curtis and Vikki Espinosa, past State saber champions Joy Yun, Lynn Zhang, Spencer Dillree, Zoe Beal, Csaba Rozgonyi, Cheryl Maslen, and the Portland home of Rebecca (Becca) Ward (3x World Champion, Olympic 2x bronze medalist, 3x NCAA saber champion), 2x NCAA Champion team members Christina Boitano, Jaimie Norville, Natalie Disher, Temple University's MVP Kerry Plunkett, and some of the best fencers in the country. Our fencers have and do compete for many universities including Duke, McKendree, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Stanford and Temple. Our fencing camps attract fencers from around the world including Olympians who have come and trained with us.
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Jeffrey “Jeff” Larsen Jeff came into saber fencing with a roar. As a youth fencer he discovered an inner competitiveness and passion for the sport that woke up a very strong work ethic. Jeff won several RYC (Regional Youth Circuit) medals including
Kara Gajowskyj holds certifications in Youth Fitness, Yoga, Pilates, A.S.E.P coaching, SafeSport, is a Tennis pro, and has a medical background. Her unique understanding of the body, muscle groups, and injury prevention along with being a fencing mother (her daughter has been
Yoko Oishi is a certified Yoga instructor, is SafeSport certified, and a fencing mom. Her daughter has been fencing since she was 9 years old and Ms. Oishi saw the demands, physically and emotionally on fencers. Based on personal observation and experience
Fitness Coach, Fancy Lake Lucretia “Fancy” Lake Head Fitness Coach Known by all as “Fancy”, this active mother of three athletic children, is a strong, positive, motivational and inspirational role model. As successful PAC 10 NCAA collegiate track star, she broke and
Coach: Ned Sands Ned Sands has been fencing saber for over 20 years with much success in both local and national tournaments. He teaches the adult beginning and intermediate level classes, and is a nationally rated saber referee. His experiences in both
Kelly Kositch Kelly Kositch starting fencing saber at age 13 and quickly found a love for the sport. When Kelly turned 14 renowned saber master Coach Charles Randall moved to Portland and became Kelly’s main coach. Kelly had much success as a
Saber Coach Hector De La Torre Coach Hector de la Torre is the only fencing coach in North America to hold the ICECP credentials. Former Men’s National Saber Champion of Mexcio, Jr. Olympic Champion (Mexico) – click here to see some of
Charles Randall – Head Fencing Coach Head Coach and Founder, Charles Randall has been fencing saber exclusively since he was in grade school. He came to the attention of legendary fencing master Giorgio Santelli. Santelli, himself an Olympic Gold Medalist, was
Saturdays 9:00-10:15 a.m
Saturdays 10:15-11:15 a.m.
Tues/Thurs. 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Mon/Wed 6:30-7:30/Fri 4:30-6:00
Tues-Thurs 4:30-7:00 4:30-5:30, Open bouting 5:30-7:00 p.m
Mon-Thurs 4-7/ Fri Fitness 4:30 -5:30, open bouting 5:30 -7:00 p.m
Tues/Thurs 7-8, Fri 6:30-8
Charlotte "Sherry" Green started fencing saber at age 61, has made the U.S. National Veterans Team 5X and won the Team Gold at the World Championships. Our adult program is fun and active.
Our team has a strong camaraderie. They mentor each other on and off the fencing strip. Our community truly loves fencing for all ages, and will welcome you or your child.
Professional Coaches who truly love the sport are under the direction reknowned Saber Master Charles Randall, his enthusiasm for teaching motivates everyone.