Theodore Norvell has been fencing since 1976, competitively and
recreationally, in Halifax, Toronto, Oxford, Vancouver, and St. John's.
He was overall provincial men's champion in Nova Scotia in 1985 and competed extensively in the OUAA league, where he
trained under the legendary Maitre Ken Wood. He captained the
University of Toronto foil team to three gold and two silver medals in
five years, while medalling individually in foil four times. After retiring from competitive
fencing, he was assistant coach at the University of Toronto. He is an NCCP certified fencing coach
and a CFF certified referee. Theodore has been the head coach for both the Memorial University Fencing Club since 2002 and the Allez! Fencing Club since 2008. When not fencing, he is a computer scientist and professor of computer engineering.
Andy Harbin has been a fan of fencing since childhood, but was not able to practice the sport seriously until attending Memorial University in the early 90's and obtained a Silver Medal in Sabre in the '92 Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial tournament. After university Andy took a hiatus from the sport until returning to the MUN club in 2004 to fence in all three weapons (though he still holds a special spot for sabre). Andy began coaching fencing in 2008 and is currently pursuing his NCCP and Aide Monitor Fencing Coach certification.
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