Fri, 19 Jun | MEET by Google

SalleRepublic | TACTICAL (online)

// group session with Brennan Louie (PHI) + Richard Bernstein (GBR) + special guest Eli Schenkel fencer of the Canadian national men's foil team. Language: English
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Time & Location

19 Jun 2020, 18:00 – 19:30 BST
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Gold medalist and Champion of the South East Asian (SEA) Games, Coach Brennan has helped establish a new identity for Filipino fencing and continues to train, with US National Coach, Misha Itkin, in his hometown of Los Angeles, California, whilst being instrumental in the development training of his younger brother, Bryce Louie, one of America’s most promising upcoming fencers having won the 2019 Junior Olympics Gold medal in cadet men’s foil.


Richard is a qualified foil coach, team manager, and SalleRepublic resident coach, who also continues to support multiple fencing clubs in the South West of England as well as the governing body of fencing on the Island of Jersey. Richard received a fencing scholarship at Millfield School. Before continuing his studies at the University of the West of England (UWE), where he became Men’s 1st Team captain and Vice President of the UWE fencing society, he competed for both Jersey senior squad and Great Britain at U17s, including 3 Commonwealth Games, Maccabi GB at 2 European games, and 2 World Games. More recently, Richard led the Jersey delegation at the Junior Commonwealth Games in Newcastle 2018, and in the summer of 2019 was manager, coach, and athlete at the European Maccabi Games, with the GB squad winning 8 medals in the Team and individual fencing events.


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