The club is a registered member of the United State Fencing Association (USFA) and is fully committed to providing world-class instruction and excellent service.

Unlimited open fencing during club’s hours of operation / Group footwork / Partner drills (technical & tactical) / Fitness program / Access to private individual and group lessons.


The Summer Fencing Camp is for fencers between the ages of 10 and 18, and offers a fantastic opportunity to learn about competitive fencing from world-class coaches while immersed in the most creative academic environment in the world — Cambridge, Massachusetts, home of MIT and Harvard University.


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About CFC

The Cambridge Fencing Center, LLC has been designed to create opportunities for men, women, and children of all ages to learn an excellent Olympic sport. Fencing classes, practices, and individual lessons will be led by a renowned set of coaches with international experience including the varsity head coaches of MIT and Harvard University. CFC practices are held at MIT's DuPont Athletic Center Fencing Room in Cambridge, Massachusetts. This state of the art facility is one of the best, if not the best, fencing rooms in the Nation. It is equipped with 12 grounded strips, embedded into to the environmentally smart-designed floor system with consistent shock absorption to reduce injuries to athletes. A computerized scoring system, with the signaling units placed on each end of the strip and above, allows fencers to see the scoring lights without being distracted from their opponent. A wide angle video camera, connected to a DVR, permits recording of entire practices, and allows reviewing selected fragments on a wall-mounted 50 inch screen monitor. Locker rooms with showers are conveniently located on the first floor, immediately underneath the Fencing Room. Daily locker rentals and towel service are available for a fee.

Our Team

CFC Staff
jarek koniusz
jarek koniusz
Founder and Head Coach
is an Associate Professor in Physical Education at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Head Coach of MIT’s Women’s and Men’s Varsity Fencing teams.
Rob Hupp
Rob Hupp
Rob Hupp has been fencing for more than 40 years. He began at age 13, training at the RochesterFencers Club. Subsequently, he attended Cornell University, training first under Maitre Raoul Sudreand then intensively with Maitre Jean-Jacques Gillet. Rob acquired an A-rating in epee while still anundergraduate, and took part in both national and international competitions following his graduation.
Lee Shin
Lee Shin
Director of Programs and PR
Works in support of the sport of fencing

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