Japan Fencing Federation scopes out qualifying Olympic fencers at Washington Fencing Academy

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Sabre fencing master Wang Yung, assistant coaches Allen Wang and Jeff Larsen from Portland, students of the Washington Fencing Academy, and sabre fencers and coaches from Japan. (Photo provided by WFA)

A group of eight junior elite sabre fencers and three coaches from Japan, sent by the Japan Fencing Federation, visited the Washington Fencing Academy. There, they evaluated qualifying fencers for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. Local students of the Washington Fencing Academy, along with the Sabre Fencing Master Wang Yung, and assistant coaches Allen Wang and Jeff Larsen of Portland, were able to spend time with the elite team during their visit from August 27 to September 1. (end)

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