Awesome Results at Richmond NAC
North American Cup and Division-I/Wheelchair National Championships
April 12 – 15, 2013 / Richmond, Virginia
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For full list of results visit: www.usfencing.org
Alliance was very busy this weekend with the World Championships in Croatia, and the North American Cup in Richmond, VA!! Alliance took medals in every Youth Epee category in this competition, as well as marvelous results in Division-I Women’s and Men’s Epee events!!
13 Medals Total!!!
Alliance Fencing Academy-I (TJ Petrosewicz, Jonathan Piskovatskov, Nicolas Wilson, Sean Wilson)
Gold / Youth 14 Men’s Epee Team
Alliance Fencing Academy-II (Farrah Lee-Elabd, Jessica Thow, Barbara Vanbenthuysen, Gigi Vierheller )
Gold / Youth 14 Women’s Epee Team
Farrah Lee-Elabd (Olympian/Alliance)
Gold / Youth-14
Dina Bazarbayeva (Northwestern/Alliance)
Bronze / Division-I
8th / Division-I
Silver / Youth-12
Bronze / Youth-14
Silver / Youth-10
Silver / Youth-14
Bronze / Youth-14
Bronze / Youth-12
13th / Youth-14
5th / Youth-14
6th / Youth-10
31st / Youth-12
12th / Youth-12
26th / Youth-14
12th / Youth-14
14th / Youth-10
17th / Division-I
17th / Youth-14
Robin Cheong (Olympian/Alliance)
19th / Youth-14
27th / Youth-14
Thank you to Alliance fencers who represented us in the team competition:
Alliance Fencing Academy (John Cramerus, Anton Piskovatskov, Michael Popovici)
9th / Senior Men’s Epee
Alliance Fencing Academy-II (Kendyl Bree, Aria Herbst, Abigail Zientek)
7th / Youth-14 Women’s Epee Team
Alliance Fencing Academy-II (Matthew Cramerus, Aidan Antekeier, William Graber, Corbin Wilson)
9th / Youth-14 Men’s Epee Team
Alliance Fencing Academy-III (Mike Bissinger, Alex Cope, Andrei Ivaschenko, Demetri Zacharakis)
21st / Youth-14 Men’s Epee Team
Both Youth-14 Men’s and Women’s Alliance Fencing Academy’s teams became the National Champions taking Gold in the team competitions!
Our Youth-14 boys dominated the medal podium taking Silver and both Bronze Medals!
Dina Bazarbayeva and Madeline Antekeier finished 3rd and 8th respectively in the Division-I competition. This was their best career result in this category.
Youth-14 Women’s Epee fencer Catherine Barrett fought hard being down 12-5, and caught-up to her opponent 12-12 before losing in overtime with the ending score of 13-12. Way to go, Catherine!!
For many of our fencers, this was their first National competition. Congratulations to the fencers and parents for doing such a great job!
Thank you to our Coaches for working so hard to make sure great fencers!!