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Empire United Fencing is an American fencing club founded in New York City, but now located in Jersey City. It was founded in 2007 by Sean McClain and Jedediah Dupree, two American Olympians in foil. Since then, the club has added several other coaches and expanded rapidly. The club is called home by a number of top fencers, such as Race Imboden and Margaret Lu, who are on the United States national team, and frequently compete abroad. As a whole, the club placed second at the national senior championships in 2011 in the men's foil event.
- ↑ Museum of American Fencing- Sean McClain, http://www.museumofamericanfencing.com/site/index.php/foil-fencing/mens-foil/327-mcclain-sean, retrieved 2012-02-06
- ↑ Empire United Fencing- Coaches, http://empireunited.net/?page_id=11, retrieved 2012-02-06
- ↑ EUF Fencers Return From World Championships with Medals, http://empireunited.net/?p=667, retrieved 2012-02-06
- ↑ Final Results, http://assets.teamusa.org/assets/documents/attached_file/filename/45829/Senior_Men_Foil.htm, retrieved 2012-02-06
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