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CEFC Fencer Results

Kate Sierra
2015 USA Fencing National Championships
Vet-40 Women's Saber
Madeleine Daniell
2015 USA Fencing National Championships
Div III Women's Saber
2015 USA Fencing National Championships
Senior Team Women's Saber


2015 USA Fencing National Championships
Jun. 27, 2015
Vet-40 Women's Saber
3rd Kate Sierra
Div III Women's Saber
8th Madeleine Daniell
Senior Team Women's Saber
8th SabreCats

About the Club

Serving the Tarrant County side of the DFW Metroplex since 2004.

CEFC is dedicated to teaching the sport of fencing to persons of all ages and backgrounds. From the true beginner to the competitive athlete, we strive to serve everyone with equal parts integrity, skill and attention. We offer group instruction and private lessons in the sport of fencing for ages 8 and up with special programs for Homeschool and after school youth, recreational fencers and competitive athletes.

Cutting Edge Fencing Center focuses on the ethical and sportsmanlike pursuit of the art and sport of Fencing. At CEFC, we train and compete with the fencing weapon known as the sabre. We offer group and individual fencing lessons in an exciting fencing club environment. Our family of fencers comes from all across the western part of the Dallas - Fort Worth (DFW) Metroplex, including North Richland Hills, Fort Worth, Colleyville, Grapevine, Southlake, Keller, Saginaw, Watuga, Richland Hills, Hurst, Bedford, Haltom City, Euless, Arlington.

About the Instructors


The Gold-Star Program consists of three levels: Bronze, Silver, and Gold. Each level entails a series of month-long modules teaching different skills. Each of the modules in a level is independent of the others, and so a skill level can be entered at any month of the year. At the end of each month, a short skills test is given.

Skill-level instruction normally occurs once per week in an hour long group class (some students choose to supplement with private lessons, or to pursue only private instruction). Additionally, training classes that focus on conditioning and athletic performance are available each week. Open Bouting allows for students to work on sparring techniques.

Our Elite Program is designed for students who are interested in competitive fencing on the Regional and National Level. Students in the Elite Program participate in skill-level group instruction and training classes, as well as receive private instruction from our coaching staff.

Individual Private Lessons are also available, by appointment.

Interested in More About Fencing? Click Here Beginner Info

You are invited to join:

Our Competitive Training Team


  • CEFC Team Camaraderie.
  • Special Team shirt.
  • Special Team outings.
  • Priority Scheduling on time for lessons.
  • Picture on team wall.


  • Passed all Bronze-level Modules, Bronze-level exam and a minimum of 3 Silver-level Modules.
  • Attend a minimum of one strength and conditioning session and skills class per week.
  • Participate in a minimum of 1.5 hours a week of Open Bouting.
  • Arrange for lessons with CEFC staff at either the Star-Plus, Star-Premium or individual levels.
  • Compete in a minimum of one USA Fencing sanctioned fencing tournament every six weeks.

The only extra cost to join is sweat and hard work!

Talk to Coach Sierra to sign up.


We offer a full line of fencing equipment for our members' needs. Please see the Pro Shop or pick up a brochure at the center!

All equipment is provided for beginning-level students. After 4 months of enrollment, a student should either purchase their own equipment or pay a small monthly rental fee.

Order CEFC Club apparel, including warm-ups, t-shirts, and hoodies.


Main Phone Number: 817-428-5599
Coach David's Phone Number: 214-394-9106


5328 Rufe Snow Drive, North Richland Hills, TX 76180

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