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Coach Bios


Terrence Lasker, Sabre

Terrence Lasker trained with one of the greatest sabre fencers in the world, Vladimir Nazlymov (now head coach at The Ohio State University).  He is a 5-time national champion, 4-time member of the U.S. National Team and was first alternate for the U.S.  Olympic Fencing Team in 1996.  Lasker was the assistant fencing coach at Ohio State from 2003-2008 and joined Nellya Fencers in 2008.





David Douville, Sabre

David Douville began fencing at age 7. He has the distinct qualification of training with Maestro Burdan for his entire fencing life. He is steeped in the tradition and language of the Burdan method.  He was a top-ranked junior international fencer and is a 2-time Junior Olympic Champion. Closer to home, he was a critically important training partner for Sada and Emily Jacobson as they prepared for the Athens Olympic Games in 2004. He has continued his fencing career as a coach under the guidance of Maestro Burdan.





ElBakryMahmoud Samir ElBakry, Sabre

Mahmoud Samir ElBakry was a member of the Egyptian national team from 1996-2012 and represented Egypt at multiple junior and senior world championships. ElBakry is a fifteen time national champion, a three-time African champion, and competed at both the 2000 Sydney olympics and the 2008 Beijing olympics. He is an international referee, as well as having coached at multiple clubs in Egypt and the United States. ElBakry became the national coach of Egypt in 2013 before joining Nellya Fencers in 2014.