Fencing club wins six medals at Calgary meet

Red Deer Fencing Club members snared six medals in a weekend competition at Calgary.

Red Deer Fencing Club members snared six medals in a weekend competition at Calgary.

Included in the haul was a gold-medal victory by Riley Norman in the U15 men’s epee.

Norman also picked up a silver medal in the U17 men’s epee and a bronze in the U20 event. Also winning silver were Devyn Hurry in the U20 men’s epee and Nathaniel Johnson in the open men’s epee.

Shawn Rowland earned a bronze medal in the U15 men’s epee.

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