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animoto: nestor march 17, 2010 March 22, 2010

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nestor march 17, 2010.

nestor returns to hold salle honolulu clinic 2010 March 18, 2010

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children’s fencing tournament November 9, 2009

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a different kind of “fencing match” October 25, 2009

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Tyrone Alleyne’s class in palm coast, florida October 18, 2009

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October 17, 2009

Students take stab at fundamentals of fencing

By ANDREW MIKULA
Correspondent

The instructor raps the tip of his foil on the dance floor in a rapid two-beats-per-second staccato while barking out the orders.

“Advance . . . Lunge . . . Recover . . . Retreat . . . Lunge . . . Lunge . . . Recover . . . Advance . . . “

“Stay with the tempo . . . Recover quickly.”

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Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio October 13, 2009

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Students take a stab at fencing
May 18, 2009 by Kamari Stevens

This quarter, Sinclair Community College students are participating in a sport that has been around since the 12th century—fencing.

“It’s great mental exercise, as well as physical. They call it ‘chess at 200 miles an hour,’ ” said William DeVan, who teaches fencing at Sinclair. “You have to probe their defenses, you have to attack from different angles and try different moves. And if they don’t work, you have to be able to adjust your movements to compensate for it.”

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Float like a butterfly, sting like Avdeev! October 13, 2009

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Written by Leland Guillemin    
Tuesday, 06 October 2009 
In depth analysis of the Men’s Epee Finals at the 2009 Fencing World Championships.

The Men’s Epee finals were hosted in Antalya, Turkey this past Sunday. The depth of the Men’s Epee talent pool is absolutely phenomenal, making for a very exciting event. The beautiful thing about Men’s Epee is that it is near impossible to predict the outcome of a tournament. Epee for the last decade has been heavily dominated by France, Italy and Pavel Kolobkov (Russia). Sunday however, a new Russian star has cemented himself among the top in the world.

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Kurt Getz Helps U.S. Men’s Foil Team Make History at World Fencing Championships October 13, 2009

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Written By: Columbia University Athletics Release: 10/06/2009

ANTALYA, TURKEY – Columbia senior Kurt Getz reached the top eight at the 2009 World Championships this weekend in Turkey, upsetting the world’s third-ranked fencer, Richard Kruse of Great Britain, in the round of 16

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amphibiman blog: Re-enter the Kettlebell October 5, 2009

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October 4, 2009 by amphibiman
having a decent PT session sometime in the day before fencing seems to really get me going for speed, reflexes and wind

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Russia Takes Two – Golds over Italy in Foil and Epee October 5, 2009

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 Written by Craig Harkins    
Sunday, 04 October 2009 

Russia notches up two upset wins in the finals to take how gold in the Women’s Foil and Men’s Epee events at today’s World Championships events.

In women’s foil, Italian Valentina Vezzali loses in the final 8

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