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3757 Prud'homme

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Montreal, QC, H4A 3H8

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(Winter/Spring 2023)
(Jan 3 - May 28)
First Time Fencing:
Private Lessons:
Youth Skills Groups:

Epee : Mon, Wed, Sun

Foil : Mon, Wed, Sat

Sabre : Tue, Thu, Sat

Open/Games : Friday

Hist. : Wed

Youth Advanced Training:

Epee : Wednesday

Foil : Wednesday

Sabre : Thursday

Adult Skills Groups:

Epee : Tue, Thu, Sun

Foil : Mon ,Wed, Sat

Sabre : Tue, Thu, Sat

Hist. : Fri (2/4)

Blind : Sun (2/4)

Modified : Sun (2/4)

Adult Advanced Training:

Footwork : Friday

Foil : Saturday

Sabre : Saturday

Epee : Sunday

Open Epee:

Tue, Thu, Sun

Open Foil:

Mon ,Wed, Sat

Open Sabre:

Tue, Thu, Sat

Blind Fencing:


Modified Fencing:


Open Historical Fencing:

Tue, Thu, Fri(2/4)

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Fees (2023-24)

Membership (prorated):

250$/year (Sep-Aug)


100$ Fall

140$ Winter/Spring

65$ Summer

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Monday, October 29, 2007

AAA#1, Oct 27, Montreal

WE: Elena Frantova finished 5th (out of 12), losing to the bronze medalist Gabrielle Tétrault from Les Mousquetaires.

WF: Natalie Wee finished 6th (out of 8), losing to the bronze medalist Louisa Khelfaoui from Les Mousquetaires.

ME: Jean-Claude Beaudoin finished 6th (out of 49) in this well-attended event, giving way to the eventual gold medalist Benjamin Mappin-Kasirer from Les Dynamiques de Brébeuf. Shon Boublil finished the day with a 10th place after a leading 3rd position in the preliminary ranking. It was his debut in the AAA circuit, and Shon won 10 out of 11 bouts in pools with an impressive indicator and only 16 hits against him! Bravo, Shon! Jean-Daniel Azuelos and Alexei Perepelkine both ended up in the top 32, winning their first DE bouts. Alexei was unfortunately eliminated in the fratricidal match against Jean-Claude, his regular training partner.

MS: Brian Wong finished 16th (out of 32), conceding the victory to the eventual gold medalist Jean-Charles Christin from Les Dynamiques de Brébeuf.

Complete results on the FEQ web site.

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