Olympics

Manhattan Fencing Center Olympic Team

2024 Paris Olympics

Elizabeth Tartakovsky

Elizabeth Tartakovsky

Feres Ferjani

Feres Ferjani

Feres Ferjani2

Feres Ferjani

Pascaul Di Tella

Pascaul Di Tella

Maia Chamberlain

Maia Chamberlain

2021 Tokyo Olympics

2021 Tokyo Women’s Olympic Fencing Participants

Pictured from left to right:
Elizabeth Tartakovsky, Dagmara Wozniak, Yury Gelman (coach), Nora Burke.

2021 Tokyo Men’s Olympic Fencing Participant


Pictured from left to right:
Sergey Isayenko (Coach) and Feres Ferjani.

2016 Rio Olympics

Five-time Olympic – Sydney, Athens, Beijing, London and Rio- fencing coach for Men’s Sabre, Head fencing coach of St. John’s University, and founder of Manhattan Fencing Center, Yury Gelman has made an incredible impact in U.S. fencing history.

Three of his fencers participated in the 2016 RIO Olympics to represent the United States of America and came home with Silver medal and Bronze. Daryl Homer won Silver Medal, Dagmara Wozniak and Monika Aksamit – Bronze Medals!

2016 RIO Olympians

Pictured from Left to Right: Yury Gelman, Dagmara Wozniak, Daryl Homer and Monika Aksamit.

2012 London Olympics

2012 London Olympians

Pictured from Left to Right:
Tim Morehouse, Dagmara Wozniak, Yury Gelman, James Williams, Daryl Homer.

Four MFC students participated in 2012 London Olympics and three of them finished top 8 in the individual competitions. 

Team Results

Individual

Daryl Homer-6th 

Tim Morehouse-8th 

Dagmara Wozniak-6th 

Team

Tim Morehouse, James Williams, Daryl Homer-8th 

2008 Beijing Olympics

Four-time Olympic – Sydney, Athens, Beijing and London – fencing coach for Men’s Sabre, National Men’s Sabre coach, Head fencing coach of St. John’s University, and founder of Manhattan Fencing Center, Yury Gelman has made an incredible impact in U.S. fencing history.

 

Three of his fencers participated in the 2008 Beijing Olympics to represent the United States of America and came home with silver medals.

 

2008 Beijing Men’s Fencing Olympians

Pictured from Left to Right:
Keeth Smart, Tim Morehouse, Jason Rogers, and James Williams.