Personal Information

Occupation Athlete, Coach

Languages English, Spanish

Higher education History - Harvard University: Cambridge, MA, USA

License number 23091995000


World Cup32-5
Alger (ALGERIA), 2017-11-03Madrid (SPAIN), 2017-05-19
Padoue (ITALY), 2018-02-02Varsovie (POLAND), 2020-02-21
Varsovie (POLAND), 2019-02-01
World Championship11-2
Milan (ITALY), 2023-07-22Wuxi (CHINA), 2018-07-19
Zone Championships4217
San José (COSTA RICA), 2014-06-03Montreal (CANADA), 2017-06-15Panama (PANAMA), 2016-06-23
Santiago (CHILE), 2015-04-17Asunción (PARAGUAY), 2022-06-03
La Havane (CUBA), 2018-06-17
Toronto (CANADA), 2019-06-27
Grand Prix1124
Seoul (KOREA), 2016-03-25Moscow (RUSSIA), 2019-05-24Seoul (KOREA), 2018-03-30
Tunis (TUNISIA), 2023-01-13
Reykjavik (ICELAND), 2015-05-24

Sport Specific Information

When and where did you begin this sport? He took up the sport at Zeta Fencing in Natick, MA, United States of America. The club was a few minutes from his house, and run by national men's sabre coach Zoran Tulum. He began focusing on fencing ahead of all other sports while he was in high school.

Why this sport? His brother Philip encouraged him to start fencing. He also enjoyed the creative aspect of the sport. "I love how, no matter what you do, your opponent can do something and then you do something else to try and win a touch. No two touches are the same."

Club / Team Tim Morehouse Fencing Club: United States

Handedness Left

General Interest

Hobbies Supporting American football team the New England Patriots and basketball team the Boston Celtics. (usafencing.org, 16 Feb 2021)

Memorable sporting achievement Winning silver in individual sabre at the 2018 World Championships in Wuxi, People's Republic of China. (bostonherald.com, 22 Mar 2020)

Hero / Idol US fencers Mariel Zagunis, Tim Morehouse, and Daryl Homer. (usafencing.org, 16 Feb 2021)

Sporting philosophy / motto "I always hear staying at a high level is harder than getting there. It pushes me to work harder, practise more, eat healthier, and try to push myself to be the best that I can." (boston.com, 20 Mar 2013)

Awards and honours While studying at Harvard University in the United States of America, he received the 2019 William J. Bingham Award as Harvard Varsity Club's most outstanding athlete on a men's sports team. In 2015 and 2017 he was named in the All-Ivy First Team and All-America First Team. (harvardvarsityclub.org, 31 Dec 2020; gocrimson.com, 2017)

Milestones In the 2017/18 season he became the first US male sabre fencer to win the overall World Cup title. (usafencing.org, 16 Feb 2021)

He became the first male fencer representing the United States of America to win gold in individual sabre at the world junior championships by securing victory at the 2015 edition of the tournament in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. (SportsDeskOnline, 17 Jun 2019; usfencing.org, 08 Apr 2015)

Famous relatives His older brother Philip has competed in fencing for Princeton University in the United States of America. (collegefencing360.com, 02 Sep 2015)

Ambitions To compete at the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris. (timmorehousefencing.com, 04 Nov 2021)

Other information COACHING
He has worked as an assistant fencing coach at Harvard University in Cambridge, MA, United States of America. (timmorehousefencing.com, 04 Nov 2021; gocrimson.com, 01 Jan 2022, 01 Jan 2019)


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