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Nicole Yuan (Foil)

Nicole Yuan was a former member of the Chinese National team. She represented China in the Sydney Olympics and won 7th place in the team foil event. She also won many medals in major competitions such as the World Cup, Asian Championships, and Chinese national games.  After retiring as an athlete,  Nicole started a fencing club and focused on fencing education to various levels of students. As a result, she has both strong experiences in training and competitions, as well as in education and management.  Nicole currently acts as the head coach for foil at Hua Hua Fencing Club.

 
Jon Li (Foil)

Jonathan graduated from the Business Technology Management (BTS) Program at Ryerson University in Toronto. He started fencing training in 2008, and was a provincial champion. He is also an Ontario Fencing Association Community Instructor and a trained foil coach who has coached many students, including gold medalists in Ontario University Athletics Championship.

 
Sooa Jeon (Foil)

Ms. Jeon started to learn fencing in 1996 at SACA Fencing Club in South Korea when she was Grade 5. In 2002 she was qualified for South Korea Youth National Fencing Team and won gold medal in Foil at 2002 7th Asian Youth and Cadet Fencing Championship in Bangkok, Thailand.  Sooa fenced in Kang Won Province Professional Fencing Team in 2004 and later started her coaching career in Hong-Chun Middle School for both beginner and advanced fencers. After coming to Canada, she begin to coach at Vango Fencing in 2015 and joined us in early 2019. Sooa currently coaches beginners at Hua Hua Fencing and also lead Sunday group trainings.

Vincent Brazeau (Sabre)

Vincent  has more than 10 years of experience coaching at every level from beginner to national team members. In 2018-2019, he was one of the two sabre Provincial Coach for Quebec. He has been selected to coach Team Canada at the Cadet-Junior Commonwealth Championship, Junior World Cups and as been an assistant coach for Team Canada Sabre Squad. Under his tutelage, athletes have reach provincial and national medal as well as Top 8 at Junior Pan Am championship and Top 16 at Junior World Championship.

Dmitriy Bogolyubov (Sabre)

Led by novels of Alexandre Dumas, Dmitriy began fencing when he was ten years old. While competing, He travelled all over the former USSR. He met many other fencers, learnt many new technics, and shared his experience with them.

He is focusing on youth development aiming to raise high performance athletes.

  •     Master of Sports (Uzbekistan - Fencing) in 1988

  •     Competed in the former USSR & Canada

  •     Provincial Veteran Champion in 2017; 

  •     Canada/America Cup Bronze and Silver Medalist (2017 and 2018), 

  •     Provincial Championship 2019 - Bronze Medalist

  •     Licensed Fencing Referee

Mark Peros (Sabre)

Mark Peros is a veteran of the Canadian fencing program, having made his senior international debut in 2003. He has attended three FIE World Championships, posting his best individual result in 2010 when he finshed 60th. Peros achieved a career-high year-end world ranking of 62nd in 2012-13. In 2015 he was part of the sabre team that won silver at the Pan American Championships.

 
David Chen-Li (Foil)

David started training in foil fencing with Coach Huahua Li at the age of 12. He has since made some notable accomplishments in national and international tournaments and grew into the position of Assistant Coach at HHF. He was silver and bronze medalist in Canada Cup fencing tournaments and competed in the Euro Cup fencing tournaments. 

 
Dr. Linda Min

The designated Doctor at HHF, Dr. Linda Min, is an experienced massage therapist and acupuncturist registered in Ontario. Dr. Min graduated from West China Medical University in 1983, was an Associate Chief Physician at Beijing Medical University First Hospital and the founder of the Emergency Center for Women and Children in this hospital. She has extensive experiences in medical treatments, research and teaching. Dr. Min combined a variety of therapies such as Swedish massage therapy, Japanese Shiatsu therapy, traditional Chinese massage therapy, Chiropractic therapy, fragrance therapy and hot stone massage to treat her patients and relax the muscle, reduce stress, dissipate fatigue and alleviate physical pains. Many fencers benefited from Dr. Min's treatment and are able to achieve excellent results.