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Premier came into existence in 2014, and since then, it has evolved into a thriving hub for more than 60 fencers. Our inclusive community accommodates everyone from newcomers trying out fencing for the first time to skilled individuals who have earned their spot as National Finalists. We have designed classes suitable for ages 8 to 118, regardless of prior experience in fencing.
Whether you're a budding fencer aiming to explore a new passion, a competitive spirit striving to reach the national stage, or an adult seeking a unique and invigorating way to stay active, Premier Fencing Alliance has a place for you. Join us in this thrilling adventure as we hone skills, forge connections, and celebrate the exhilaration of fencing.
Coach Dimitri Kirk-Gordon brings over 25 years of elite experience to Premier. A 4 time national team member, and 2003 Senior National Championship semi-finalist, Coach Dimitri was a world class fencer. His competitive prowess earned him a scholarship to Ohio State.
Coach Dimtri has been professionally coaching for over 10 years. His students have had great success at the regional and national level. His attention to detail and patient approach allow him to help his fencers achieve their full potential.
Coach Audrey Barroso has over 20 years of fencing experience. Coach Audrey was an nationally and internationally ranked fencer during her competitive career. She earned a scholarship to Temple University. At Temple Coach Audrey helped her team earn 4 conference championships.
Coach Audrey has been a professional coach for 9 years. At Premier she has helped guide her students to numerous regional and national medals. Her positive, goal centered approach helps her students succeed both on a off the strip
Donovan Munlin is the current Head-Coach of the Riverwood High School fencing team and the former head coach for the Cambridge Fencing Team. His students have won numerous regional and national medals. He coached the 2022 Georgia High School Women's Individual Champion.
Donovan, who is still an active competitor, is a two-time national finalist and the 2019 Georgia State Champion.