Adrian trained as a fencer at the Satu Mare fencing club under Olympic and World class fencing coaches. Adrian was a Romanian National Champion and represented Romania in World Championships, Grand-prix and European Championships. He has coaching credentials from the Romanian National Academy in Bucharest. Since his arrival to the US in 2013, Adrian coached youth, senior, and veteran fencers, many of whom have won national and international awards and represented the US on national teams. Adrian's students are currently fencing for Harvard, Notre Dame, MIT, Cornell and University of North Carolina varsity foil teams. He is also an NCAA coach for the foil squad at Johns Hopkins University.
Pam began competing in senior and veteran events at the national level in 2010. She has earned many medals, but most notably a gold medal at the 2022 North American Cup (NAC) in San Jose California and has consistently ranked among the top veteran women’s foil in the US. In 2015 Pam represented the US at the Veteran Pan American Championships in Lima Peru, winning the silver Medal for women’s foil. Having a passion for the sport and wanting to work with young fencers just getting started, Pam began coaching intro to Fencing and beginners in 2011. She has worked with countless students targeting their confidence and cultivating their skill as they begin to compete. Her coaching philosophy includes working with the athlete to set small reachable goals, and celebrate accomplishments, while striving for the next level. In 2019 Pam earned a Moniteur de Fleuret level certification from the United States Fencing Coaches Association. She is certified in CPR/AED by the American Red Cross.
Adam Kaszubowski has been involved with fencing for more than 30 years, first as an athlete and then as a coach and referee. As a member of the Polish men's foil national team, he competed at many national and international competitions.
He was a bronze individual and team gold medalist at the 1994 PolishCadet
Championships, as well as a silver team medalist at both the 1996 and 1997 Polish Junior Championships.
From 1999 Kaszubowski started working as a coach at Gdansk Fencing School.
In 2009 Kaszubowski became Polish National Women’s Foil assistant coach which started his professional career on International coaching level. Polish team during that period got Silver medal at World Championships in Paris 2010 and was placed in Top 4 in World Ranking which gives team qualification to London 2012 Olympic Games.
After his tenure with the Polish national team, Kaszubowski was Head Coach for the Egyptian men's and women's foil teams from 2013 to
2016. In addition to qualifying for the Rio 2016 Olympic games, his team also had successes at the African Championships: 1st place in Algiers 2016, Cairo 2015, Cairo 2014 and Cape Town2013.
Additionally for more than ten years Adam Kaszubowski served as an international referee where he got nominated to be part of Olympic Games in Beijing 2008.