Absolute Fencing Sponsors Olympic Gold Medalist Rubén Limardo

Agreement guarantees London 2012 champion support through Tokyo 2020

BRIDGEWATER, N.J., October 1, 2015 – Olympic gold medalist and fencing champion Rubén Dario Limardo Gascón has joined Absolute Fencing Gear’s sponsored athletes program, supporting the Venezuelan athlete’s ongoing quest for winning world and Olympic fencing titles. Limardo took the gold medal at the London 2012 Summer Olympic Games in the men’s epee event, and most recently won double gold at the 2015 Pan American Games in men’s individual and team epee. The sponsorship agreement with Absolute Fencing Gear, the world’s leading fencing equipment manufacturer and supplier, guarantees Limardo support through the Rio 2016 and Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

“We are thrilled to have Rubén join ‘Team Absolute’ as he competes in grand prix, world cup, world championship, and Olympic events around the world,” said Gary Lu, president, Absolute Fencing Gear. “His tremendous dedication, athleticism, and talent in fencing, combined with his popularity and charisma, has been a beacon of leadership for Latin American fencing, and it our honor and privilege to be part of his incredible success story.”

Limardo’s victory in London was historically significant, being the first-ever medal in fencing at the Olympic Games for Venezuela, and the second-ever Olympic gold medal for Venezuela in any sport. In addition, this was the first Olympic gold medal in epee for Latin America in 108 years. Absolute Fencing Gear manufacturer, distributes, and sells worldwide more than 1000 products for fencing, providing equipment to fencers at all levels and abilities, as well as gear for clubs, federations, and organizations to teach fencing and hold events. An official equipment provider for the Asian Games,

World University Games, Youth Olympic Games, and Pan American Games, USA Fencing, Canadian Fencing, and the International Fencing Federation (FIE), Absolute also sponsors world-class athletes including two-time Olympic gold medalist Mariel Zagunis (2004, 2008 Olympic Games), Daryl Homer (2015 world championship silver medalist), and Miles Chamley-Watson (2013 world champion).

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