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2017 Camp with Adrian Trenea and Romanian Olympian Maestro Virgil Saliscan

International Camp Columbia - 6/19/2017

International Camp Columbia - 6/26/2017

Join Olympian Virgil Saliscan and BFC Coach Adrian Trenea for an intensive summer camp experience!
Camps are structured for recreational and competitive fencers

DATES:  June 19 - 23 (Ages 13  & up)
June 26 - 30 (Ages 13 & under)

COST: $450/week or $120/day
Registration before February 15 $25 discount

Physical conditioning
Footwork Drills
Blade Drills
Competitive sport psychology
Competitive theme bouts with on strip critiques
Tournament-like events to complete the camp

Drinks and light refreshment provided. Bring water bottle and towel, wear sneakers and lightweight clothing. Bring lunch.

Virgil Saliscan is a 2008 (Bejing) Olympian and fencing maestro from Bucharest, Romania. He began competing at the international level in the late 1990's. He first participated in the World Championships in 1998, at the age of 14. He won the Romanian National Championships multiple times, and won Bronze in two Junior European Championships.  With participation in all the major Senior World Cups and Grand Prix, Maestro Saliscan reached the pinnacle of his fencing competition by participating in the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.

He is currently a Romanian National Cadet/Junior Team Coach.

Most of the Maestro's students are high rated fencers winning multiple national/international (individual and team) titles with Silviu Rosu and Anca Saveabu obtaining bronze medals at the European Championships in Novi Sad and Malina Calugareanu participating in the 2016 Olympic Games as a woman's foilist.

Adrian Trenea is BFC's Coach.
He is a former member of the Romanian National Fencing Team, participating in World and European fencing championships, as well as numerous World Cup tournaments. Coach Adrian has earned four individual gold medals at the at the Romanian national championships, and was a finalist many times. Adrian was on seven national championship teams in his native Romania. Since he arrived in the United States his students have been finalists in multiple North American Cup competitions, and National Championship Tournaments in Dive I, Div IA, Div II and youth tournaments.