STONE Anne-Elizabeth


Personal Information

Residence Princeton, NJ, USA

Occupation Athlete, Laboratory Employee

Languages Arabic, English, Greek, Latin

Higher education Political Studies - Princeton University: United States

License number 31121990000


World Cup--11
Dakar (SENEGAL), 2014-02-07
World Championship--11
Wuxi (CHINA), 2018-07-21
Zone Championships1214
Toronto (CANADA), 2019-06-29Cartagena (COLOMBIA), 2013-06-17Santiago (CHILE), 2015-04-17
La Havane (CUBA), 2018-06-15
Grand Prix--11
Moscow (RUSSIA), 2014-03-21

Sport Specific Information

When and where did you begin this sport? She took up the sport at age nine at the Fencing 2000 club in Chicago, IL, United States of America.

Why this sport? She began fencing after her father Thomas saw a flier for a fencing club while in a pizza restaurant in Hyde Park, NY, United States of America. He thought it might be a good sport for Stone and the rest of his children, despite the fact that he and wife Cynthia had never fenced before.

Club / Team Bergen Fencing Club: United States

Name of coach Oleg Stetsiv [club]

Handedness Right

General Interest

Nicknames Eliza (usafencing.org, 27 Jun 2018)

Most influential person in career Her first coach Hristo Etropolski. (Facebook page, 09 Aug 2017)

Injuries In September 2017 she underwent knee surgery, which prevented her from competing until November that year. (gofundme.com, 27 Nov 2017)

She had surgery to reattach a tendon in her right hand in October 2014. (Facebook page, 20 Feb 2015)

She suffered from pneumonia in early 2013. (chicagotribune.com, 03 May 2013)

Sporting philosophy / motto "Each of us has a fire in our hearts for something. It's our goal in life to find it and keep it lit." [US gymnast Mary Lou Retton] (stonefencingusa.com, 05 Aug 2013)

Awards and honours During her collegiate career at Princeton University in the United States of America, she was named All-American four times and on the All-Ivy League First Team three times. (goprincetontigers.com, 01 Jan 2014)

In 2013 she received the Otto v. Kienbusch Award. The prize is presented to the female athlete who has most demonstrated general proficiency in athletics and the qualities of a true sportswoman at Princeton University in the United States of America. (Facebook page, 20 Feb 2015)

Famous relatives Her brother Robert and her sister Gracie have both competed in fencing for Princeton University in New Jersey, United States of America. (Facebook profile, 17 Nov 2013; chicagotribune.com, 03 May 2013)

Ambitions To compete at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. (Instagram profile, 21 Jun 2018)


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