At the largest fencing tournament in the world, with our largest team ever, Forge Fencing Teams experienced an exceptionally good 2024 USA Fencing Summer National Championships and July Challenge, June 29th-July 8th in Columbus, OH. Here are some of the highlights:

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Forge has 28 fencers competing in 61 events (individual and team) in all three weapons (foil, epee, and saber) at the 2024 USA Fencing Summer National Championships and July Challenge, June 29th-July 8th in Columbus, OH. In the largest USA Fencing Summer Nationals to date, this will be the largest Forge Fencing Team to attend

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35 fencers from 3 different clubs across North Carolina came together at Forge Fencing for the 4th iteration of our 2023-2024 season Priority on Youth Tournament Series.

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The Priority on Youth Tournament (POY) Series continues! The second event January 27th & 28th saw Forge Fencing hosting 46 athletes from 5 different clubs from across North Carolina competing in all three weapons. Apex Fencing Academy referees and to Forge Teams Teen Leaders for sharing their time and expertise. Full results…

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Forge Fencing has qualified 19 fencers for the USA Fencing National Junior Olympics in Charlotte, NC this February!

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Last weekend, January 19-21st, the Forge Fencing Team traveled to the 2024 Fairfax Challenge RYC/RJCC/ROC in Fredericksburg, VA. Forge fencers represented in all three weapons, many competing in multiple events and days. A total of 19 Forge fencers competed in 35 events!

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14 Forge athletes traveled to National Harbor, Maryland over the weekend to compete in what is billed as the “World’s Largest Youth Fencing Tournament.” This was the 14th iteration of this perennial event, and the Forge Team trekked up to compete in youth foil, epeé, and saber, and in regional cadet events for epeé and saber.

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Forge Fencing represented at the January North American Cup (NAC) in San Jose, CA this past weekend. Veteran fencers (adult fencers ages 40 and up) took the stage in all three weapons throughout the weekend along with Senior (ages 13 and above) team members.

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The Priority on Youth Tournament (POY) Series is back! For the first event Forge Fencing hosted 43 athletes from 5 different clubs from across North Carolina. This is the longest running youth fencing tournament series in North Carolina, first launched by Mid-South Fencers’ Club in 2007 as a development path for saber fencers. POY has evolved into supporting all youth Olympic fencing weapons. The growth and development also extends to training coaches, referees, armorers, and tournament operations staff.

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Forge welcomed 398 competing athletes from Region 6 of USA Fencing over the weekend of October 14th & 15th, 2023. The event had a total of 233 foil entries, 218 epee entries, 245 saber entries and included 16 events representing all three Olympic-style fencing weapons in the categories of Y8, Y10, Y12, Y14, Cadet and Junior events.

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Forge Fencing will have 32 fencers competing in 16 events across 2 days this weekend at the Bull City RYC/RJCC/Y8 the weekend of October 14th & 15th, 2023. This USA Regional Qualification event will take place at the Leroy T. Walker Physical Education and Recreation Complex on the North Carolina Central University campus.

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Forge Fencing, a local leading fencing organization, is thrilled to announce the Bull City Y8 – RYC – RJCC fencing tournament will be held at North Carolina Central University (NCCU), a distinguished Historically Black College or University (HBCU). This historic event marks a pivotal moment in USA Fencing, as it is the first regional fencing tournament to take place on the campus of an HBCU.

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Forge is pleased to share national recognition of Forge members’ accomplishments from 2022-2023 season.

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Forge Fencing Teams competes at the 2023 Summer Nationals in Phoenix, AZ!

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Forge Fencing Academy concluded its first season of the re-launched Priority on Youth Tournament Series on June 3rd and 4th. Athletes from across North Carolina came to Durham to compete in Foil, Epee, and Saber in a variety of age categories. This event was the fifth in a series of events designed to promote youth fencing development in NC. The finalé event featured 48 athletes representing 4 different clubs from across the state. Checkout our photo album here!

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Forge Fencing’s Priority on Youth Season will wrap up on June 3rd and June 4th, 2022. Young athletes from all over North Carolina have been been participating in events this season, and we have 100 athletes that have earned points onto our Priority on Youth Points list this season! Our Finalé event will include youth fencing events, a PIZZA PARTY, and Prize Table selection based on number of points earned.

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Congratulations to the five athletes representing North Carolina and FORGE in the Junior Olympic Championships in Denver, Colorado, February 17-20, 2023. More information about the tournament, including live weekend results, can be

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Congratulations to the 74 athletes from 12 different clubs across six different USA Fencing divisions who competed at the RYDER CUP RJCC at FORGE on February 4th and 5th, 2023! A total of 115 total entries with sixty male-identified athletes and fifty-five female-identified athletes participated.

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Forge Fencing Academy & Club is proud to announce the 2023 Ryder Cup Memorial RJCC, featuring Cadet and Junior Region 6 USA Fencing qualifying events for both Epee and Saber, February 4th and 5th at 610 N. Duke Street, Durham, NC 27701.

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Priority on Youth #2 over the weekend of December 3rd and 4th continued to show success for the athletes, parents, and coaches. Forge Fencing hosted 74 athletes from 7 different North Carolina Clubs ranging from Boone to Fayetteville.

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