Na początku maja 2016 roku Maciek Zmysłowski zdobył I miejsce w turnieju szermierczym w Dallas w Teksasie


In a few days a group of 12 IFC fencers will travel to Dallas, Texas to participate in the 2016 USFA Fencing Summer Championships and July Challenge. The event is stretched from June 29 until July 8. The IFC fencers will participate in multiple epee and foil events from Y14 to Vet 70. The athletes, who qualified and registered this year include: Anna Paul, Geeta and Nikita Jhangiani, Maciek Zmyslowski, Tony Coonrod, Jakub Nowak, Zimo Zhu, Evan Stauber, Peter Kulaga, Bob Baldwin, John Lartz and David Swanson.

In early May, Illinois Fencers Club held its annual Dominick Epee Challenge at its home club at Lions Recreation Center, Mount Prospect, IL. This tournament is the Chicago area's largest epee only fencing event, and it brought in over 100 fencers from many states, ages 12 to over 70. In the Senior Mixed Epee, an A3 event with 88 competitors, IFC fencers Maciek Zmyslowski won first, David Zeko placed second, and Jakub Nowak finished fifth. In the Senior Women's Epee Anna Paul won the silver medal. Among the nine teams competing, the IFC team (Zmyslowski, Bradford, Zeko and Zhu) won first place. In the Y12 Mixed Epee event IFC fencer Kaitlin Oh took second place, while Victoria Kulaga and Matthew Oh tied for third.


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