2019 Junior Olympic Final Results

Mid-South’s team depth revealed itself on the final day of the Junior Olympic Championships this past weekend in Denver, Colorado. Sky MILLER ended her Cadet career with a Cadet BRONZE, finishing the season ranked nationally 4th and earning a new A19 rating. Saturday, after the conclusion of the Junior event, she placed 9th. MILLER was ranked 1st coming out of the pool round in Cadets and tied for 2nd in Juniors.   Iman TUCKER finished [Read More]

Team Prepared for 2019 Junior Olympic Championships

Congratulations to the Mid-South fencers who qualified and will travel to Denver, Colorado on the weekend of February 15-18th to participate in the 2019 Junior Olympic Championships: Sky Miller (Junior, Durham School of the Arts) Skyler Hoffman (Sophomore, Research Triangle High School) Iman Tucker (Sophomore, Panther Creek High School) Anna Schikore (Freshman, Apex Friendship High School) Kevin Zhou (Freshman, Chapel Hill High School) Athletes competing this weekend will be coached by Jennifer Oldham. Chris Cheney [Read More]

2018 Ryder Cup RJCC/Bull City RYC Athlete Information

Mid-South is excited to host the 2018 Ryder Cup RJCC and the 2018 Bull City RYC. If you are a participating athlete or family member, please read carefully, as this post includes important information regarding tournament participation and preparations needed to create an event with an outstanding display of competitive youth sport participation. We need your help to achieve this. Parking Mid-South Fencers’ Club is located at 125 North Gregson Street, Durham NC 27701. The direct [Read More]

Chris Cheney Joins Mid-South Coaching Staff

We are pleased to announce Mid-South Fencers’ Club has hired a third full-time coach, Chris Cheney. Chris has a strong coaching background with deep connections to Mid-South. Chris has been a professional coach for 7 years and began fencing in 2002. Known as the “fencer who came out of nowhere,”  Chris has won numerous regional titles, two national championship titles, and represented Team USA as part of the Under 20 World Cup Team and the [Read More]

2018 Summer National Championship Announcement

Mid-South Fencers’ Club is proud to announce our team list of competitors for the USA Fencing National Championships and July Challenge. The tournament will take place over June 28th-July 7th in St. Louis, Missouri. Mid-South Fencers’ Club would like to acknowledge the effort and commitment of these fencers and their families who are representing our club and North Carolina. Participants include: BADGER, Carl V60MS, VTMMS CARRASCO, Elle Y10WS CHAN, Leanne JNRWS, D1WS, CDTWS CHAVES, Matthew Y12MS [Read More]

Mid-South Team Heads to Richmond

Twenty athletes from Mid-South Fencers’ Club will travel to Richmond, VA this weekend for the April NAC (North American Cup). Competitive event categories include: Division 1 & Wheelchair National Championships, Division 3, Veterans, including a special event for age 80 category. Mid-South Fencers’ will have participants in each competitive category of fencing. Good luck to: Tammy Jackson Markus Lang Robert Clinton Kevin Zhou Tom Bryan Mike Nicholson Stephen Pashby Xavier Preud’Homme Victor Minton Sky Miller [Read More]

Saluting before a bout

2018 Ned Light RYC Athlete Information

Mid-South is excited to host the 6th Annual Ned Light RYC March 24 & 25, 2018. If you are a participating athlete or family member, please read carefully, as this document includes important information regarding tournament participation and preparations needed to create an event with an outstanding display of competitive youth sport participation. We need your help to achieve this. The live results link and initial seedings are available here! Parking Mid-South Fencers’ Club is located at [Read More]

Chan’s Journey to World Championships

Leanne Chan’s fencing season took a different plan than expected since a year ago in her training. In February, Chan’s last journey was to Dubai, UAE. Chan found herself amidst the 2018 Asia Cadet & Junior Championships. Through hard work and determination, Chan is now wrapping up her season as a member of the Cadet National Team of Singapore. Chan will join her teammates abroad this week for a final training camp, where they will travel together for the Junior [Read More]

Adult Fencing Academy to Launch March 19th

In an effort to connect beginner adults to training, allowing adults to enjoy our sport more efficiently and cost effectively, we are evolving our youth academy program. Beginning March 19th, we will add an exclusive adult class for this population of developing fencers. The adult version of our academy program will meet between 7:30-9pm on Mondays, and include instruction in all three Olympic weapons. Cost is $110 a month and includes use of all equipment [Read More]

Mid-South Fencers Set for Junior Olympic Championships

Congratulations to the Mid-South fencers who qualified and will travel to Memphis, Tenn on the weekend of February 16-19th to participate in the 2018 Junior Olympic Championships: Skyler Hoffman (Durham, NC) Leo Tamburro (Cary, NC) Dylan Woodward (Chapel Hill, NC) Leanne Chan (Durham, NC) Aelex Conqiusta (Durham, NC) Sky Miller (Durham, NC) Iman Tucker (Cary, NC) First time Junior Olympics include: Hoffman, Conqiusta and Tucker. Athletes competing this weekend will be coached by Jeff Kallio [Read More]