Premier Fencing Alliance's 2015 Summer Camps offer your child a chance to experience an exciting Olympic sport in a fun, challenging environment. Our camps are designed to give our campers an exciting experience no matter their skill or age level. With over 6 camps throughout the summer, children ages 6-18 can experience the thrill of fencing. Each Camp is held at Premier Fencing Alliance 4,605sqft facility located in Marietta, Ga All gear is provided. Each camp runs from 9am-4pm. Early drop off and late pick up available. 35% discount for multiple children or multiple camps. Daily rates available.
Our beginner- Intermediate camps focus on the fundamentals of fencing during each camp or new students will learn basic fencing skills such as footwork, bladework, distance, and timing. For our intermediate fencers the camp will have heavy emphasis on the fundamentals while providing a tactical understanding of the game. Each camper will receive a camp t-shirt!
Each Camp is limited to 20 campers.
About the Coaches
Coach Audrey is the founder and owner Of Premier Fencing Alliance. She has over 17 years of fencing experience. As competitor she was nationally and internationally ranked in both Junior and Senior. In 2006 she was the Junior Pan American Champion, taking gold in both the individual and team events. She earned a scholarship to Temple University where she was elected Team Captain. Before starting Premier Fencing Alliance she worked at the North Atlanta Fencing Center. She is currently the head coach of the Lassiter High School fencing team.
Coach Dimitri Kirk-Gordon has over 19 years of competitive fencing experience. He has competed nationally and internationally in countries across the world and has competed in the highest level tournaments in the world. He began his fencing career in Atlanta, Georgia at the age of ten. within his first year he attained both regional and national success. At 14 he moved to San Jose, California where he trained at Stanford University. At 16 he became a member of the United States Cadet and Junior national team. He also represented the United States in the world championships in Antalya, Turkey where he placed 5th place in the Cadet World Championships. At 17 and 18 he continued to represent the United States in Trapani, Italy and Plovdiv, Bulgaria. At the age of 20 he earned a scholarship to fence for The Ohio State University. He began coaching five years ago in Decatur, Georgia. Dimitri is currently the Head Coach of Premier Fencing Alliance. His students have achieved numerous regional accolades, and have gone on to compete at the national championships.