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Member of the United States Fencing Association

Out of Nowhere Fencing, LLC boasts members in the Virginia Division,  USFA and Maryland Division, USFA.

Students compete in regional competitions, Junior Olympics and USA Fencing National Championships.

Coach David Copeland is a registered professional member with the United States Fencing Association.


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Beginner and Advanced Fencing Classes... Want to be a swordsman? If you live in the areas of Winchester, Virginia; Purcellville, VA;
Berryville, VA; Lovettsville, VA, Leesburg, VA;  Frederick, Maryland; Brunswick, MD; Boonsboro, MD; Martinsburg and Harpers Ferry, West
Virginia, there are classes within about a thirty minute drive of your location.
YOUTH FENCING CAMP
Register your child this Summer!
Sign up ASAP!
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Fencing is one of the few sports where the
entire family can participate year-round
indoors, without contending with outdoor
temperatures/ extreme weather.  
One can fence rain or shine.

Out of Nowhere Fencing, LLC offers fencing
FIVE evenings a week in the Tri-State area.
Whether you fence for exercise and fitness
or thrive on high competition,  fencing is
an excellent sport that will exceed your
expectations! There is a reason why it is
one of the
fastest growing sports
in America. We invite you to sign up
for classes and see. FAST, FUN, FITNESS!

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Fencing
The Original Extreme Sport!

It's  
FAST
It's EXCITING
It works the body and mind!

One of only four sports
that have been featured in
every modern Olympic Games,
beginning in the year, 1896.

Fencing calls for adaptability,
inventiveness, good organization,
and patience.