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Finally the National 10 days Championship is done and we can only say AMAZING JOB and WELL DONE kids. 10 Days - 11 Medals. It was long and difficult Championship but all of you did great! That's exactly what we are looking for! We do not want to have an individual result, we want to see your TEAMWORK with the following success! And that's exactly what you have demonstrated at this competition! Next year we will do even better. We all proud of you!
Special Thank you is for our Gold Medalists!
Thomas Huang did a totally inredible by taking 2 gold medals in just 2 days. Div3 and Div2 Men's Foil. Aweso me Job!
Jerry Chang took gold at the strongest Junior Men's Foil event! Awesome Job!
Our Team has taken a Gold too! Nice Job Guys! Eduard Zelinskiy, Jerry and Jason Chang.
Also we have a bronze medal! Thanks Kenny for nice performance at Div2 Men's Foil!
Jerry Wu, Jessica Wu, Pat Lutton, Adrian Sessions! Good Job Guys! Thank you for great performance and your medals that each of you have gotten for placing in top 8. (Y12 MF, Div2 WF, Vet-60 WE, Vet-60 MF).
Thomas Lutton was able to make to Vet World Championship this year! Great Job and hope you bring us Gold! Congratulation.
Eduard Zelinskiy ( Div2 MF) and Victor Yin (Div3 MF) have finished top 16! Nice done!
We also want to say big big THANK YOU to Anastasia Vlasova, Shannon and Michael Wang, Abhi Dankar, Matthew and Elena Jin, Frederick Maa! You guys did GREAT and we are proud of all you! We believe you will do much much better next season! Because next season is your turn to bring home medals!
Thank you to Runke Family for being there as a supportive team members!
Thank you to all Le Club Touche Parents for being very supportive to your children and coaches during this long and difficult Championship..
Le Club Touche Team
Congratulations to Jerry Wu and Kenny Chui who took bronze at the 2012 Super Youth Circuit in Pasadena. Jerry made the semifinals in the Youth 12 Men's Foil event while Kenny did the same in the Youth 14 event. Thomas Huang also made the top 8 in Y14 event.
Full results are on askfred.
Thomas Huang and Jessica Wu won gold medals at the Central California Summer National Qualifiers losing no more than six touches in their direct elimination bouts.
Elena Jin won the bronze medal in the women's foil event to qualify for summer nationals. In the men's foil event, Abhishek Dankar placed 6th and Jerry Wu placed 7th.
Full results are on askfred.
Jerry finished second at the Division 1 National Championships in Virginia Beach. Full story at usfencing.org.
Other results from Virginia Beach are below.
Youth 14 Men's Foil
13. Kenny Chui
39. Thomas Huang
82. Jerry Wu
Youth 12 Men's Foil
30. Jerry Wu
The U.S. Junior Men's Foil Team took gold at the 2012 Junior World Championships in Moscow making it the third year in a row the U.S. has won the event.
The team of Alexander Massialas, Race Imboden, Jerry Chang, and Michael Dudey defeated Brazil and Korea before beating Italy 45-42 in the semifinals. They defeated Russia in the finals to become World Champions.
Thomas Huang won the Division 2/3/Vet Men's Foil qualifiers at Stanford to earn his C2012 rating. He qualifies to fence Division 2 and 3 at the 2012 Summer Nationals in Anaheim.
Eduard Zilinskiy took the silver medal in epeé and finished 7th in foil to qualify for Division 2 in both weapons. Matthew Jin and Victor Yin qualified for Division 3 Men's Foil by placing in the top 16s.
In the Women's Foil event, Jessica Wu won the bronze medal and qualifies for Division 2 and 3 at Summer Nationals.
Full Results are on askFred.
Tom Lutton won silver in the Veteran 50 Men's Foil North American Cup by defeating Robert Pavolich 10-5 to make top eight, David Drake 10-6 to make the semifinals, and Jamie Douraghy 10-2 to make the final. Tom lost to Edward Kaihatsu 9-8 in overtime.
In the Veteran 60 Men's Foil event, Adrian Sessions finished 7th by beating Bruce Milligan 10-9 in the top 16s. Adrian lost to Veteran 60 Men's Foil Champion Joseph Streb 10-6.
Also competing at Cincinnati was Kenny Chui who finished 35th in Division 2 Men's Foil.