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Tournament Schedule for Spring 2017

November 5th, 2016
Tournament “More Info” and “Results” Links
Junior Olympic Preliminary Qualification List

September 12, 2016
Summary of 9.11.16 Division Meeting
Update of Division Meeting Minutes archive
Did You Know? – Ratings Changes
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Regional Events in NC

TweetWe have several regional events in our state this year. Take a look below:   Date Events Name Host Location 8/5 – 8/6/2017 JR, CDT (Epee & Foil ONLY) Piedmont Challenge RJCC North Carolina Division[…]

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Division Meeting – June 17, 2017

TweetThere will be a division meeting on June 17th, 2017 at 6pm. It will be held at the venue for the Powerade State Games, Forsythe County Day School (Lewisville, NC). The agenda is: Division Board[…]

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Powerade State Games of NC – 2017

TweetPowerade State Games of NC – askfred page Powerade State Games of NC – Amateur Sports page COMPETITION SITE: Forsyth Country Day School (Lewisville, NC) 5501 Shallowford Road Lewsiville NC 27023 COMPETITION DATE: June 17-18[…]

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From the All-American Fencing Academy: AAFA Fencer Big Blue Results

All-American Fencers fenced at Mid-South Fencing Club’s Big Blue tournament over the weekend.

In Women’s Foil, Sabrina and Megan competed; in Men’s Epee, Lars Hanson competed.

There were 10 competitors in the Senior Women’s Foil, congrats to Sabrina Krupenko who took 2nd. Megan took 5th.

Megan came out of the pools seeded 3rd (Sabrina 6th) but unfortunately, by the luck of pool seeding, she and Sabrina had to fence each other early in the DEs. Megan fenced very well earlier in the day but Sabrina had a lot of experience against her and pulled out the win.

Sabrina fenced well in her next DE and easily beat the 2nd seed to go into the final against Tammy Jackson from Mid-South Fencers Club. In the finals, Tammy’s experince got the better of Sabrina.

In Men’s epee, Lars Hanson took 14th, and former All-American Fencing Academy Fencer Scott Anderson took 18th.

Full results can be found here: https://askfred.net/Results/results.php?tournament_id=36943

Congrats to all our fencers and coaches. Those are great results!

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From the All-American Fencing Academy: Play Shwords and Fenshing! Half Prishe Fourth Friday Walk-In Clash.

Augusht 25th ish Fourth Friday.

It’sh alsho Sean Connery’sh birthday.

The All-American Fenshing Academy ish shelebrating Sean Connery Day (yesh, that’sh an actually thing) with a shpecial half off Fourth Friday Walk-In Fenshing Clash.

Walk-In clashes on Augusht 25th will only be $5, all you have to do ish greet the coachesh with your besht (Your besht? Loshers always whine about…nevermind) Sean Connery impershonation.


Ever wanted to try out fenshing? Maybe jusht one time? Not sure if you want to do a whole month? Try the WALK-IN FENSHING CLASH PROGRAM!

Anybody (ages 7+) can shign up for one of the clashes on Fourth Friday. Pre-regishtration is not required! All equipment ish provided.

Bring your friendsh! Bring your shpoushe! Bring your girlfriend/boyfriend! Everyone played shwordsh when they were kidsh! Whether you pretended you were a Robin Hood, Luke Shkywalker, or Jack Shparrow! Learn how to fenshe today!


$5 per shtudent (musht greet ush with your besht Sean Connery impershonation)


Downtown Fayetteville Fourth Fridaysh

7:00-7:45PM: Agesh 7-12
7:45-8:30PM: Agesh 13-18 and Adultsh

For more information, e-mail info@allamericanfencing.com
or call 910-644-0137.


During Downtown Fayetteville’s August Fourth Friday event (August 25, 2017), there will be a free lightsaber class at the All-American Fencing Academy!

Molly Malone, Cape Fear Theater stage fight choreographer, is returning to us again with new exercises and activities! Coach Gerhard and Coach Andy will be coaching basic lightsaber technique.

Date: Friday, August 25, 2017
Time: 6-7PM
Location: All-American Fencing Academy
Address: 207 B Donaldson St., Fayetteville, NC 28301 (Downtown Fayetteville)
Contact us at: 910-644-0137 or e-mail allamericanjedinc@gmail.com
PRE-REGISTRATION: https://goo.gl/forms/oXPsB01LK4ehnA133

The class is FREE! Because we will be using “lightsabers”, we don’t want to run afoul with Disney who own the rights to all things Star Wars. So we are not charging for the class. Our classes usually run $10 per class and we use all the proceeds to purchase materials for all our students! Help us keep our classes free and consider making a donation!

Make a donation: https://squareup.com/store/all-american-jedi

This lightsaber class is intended for teens and adults. However, we can accept students as young as 10. This is not a children’s class. This is NOT a duelling club, the lightsaber class will cover a fencer’s approach to lightsaber methods, foot work, blade work, simple drills, choreography, games, and fun!

It’s limited spaces for the classes. We anticipate spots to fill quickly. As we grow, we’ll be able to offer more classes and more times, so just keep in touch and join or Mailing List.

No experience is needed, anyone can participate! We strongly encourage you to bring your own lightsaber. We do have some PVC made lightsabers, but if the class becomes large, we may not have enough for everyone.

Bringing your own lightsaber? Here are some options:
–Build your own PVC practice lightsaber (blade no longer than 36″, and no double blades like Darth Maul)
–Here’s the easiest one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O3wxTMfuOf8
–Do a Google search for making your own lightsaber, remember, the blade should be sturdy enough to take a hit several times.

OR Buy a lightsaber locally
Toy lightsabers: These are generally 24 inches long. Good for ages 4-12. Ones that make sound and light are ok. (Example: http://www.toysrus.com/product/index.jsp?productId=57818556)
DO NOT buy FX Lightsabers: For what we’ll be doing, FX Lightsabers aren’t meant for dueling and they’ll break.

OR Buy a lightsaber from Ultrasabers.com. These are the kind that the instructors use. Instructors use the 36″ blades.

Something loose you can move around in, sneakers will do fine. Avoid open toed shoes, slippers, or Crocs.

If you want to cosplay, you’re welcome to, just make sure you can move around in it freely.

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