A few weeks ago, I took a chance to take a dive into the fencers world, looking at some of the biggest names in fencing.
For me, this was the perfect opportunity to get to know some of my favorite fencers.
I had read the books of the top names and they had been mentioned in my articles about them, so I was excited to get the chance to meet the stars of the game.
I am happy to say, my journey with the best of them is not only rewarding, but also inspiring.
The most common criticism I hear is that they are all “cheap”.
Sure, they are, and the price tag is always there.
However, if I look at their personalities, it can be seen in their stories, and I feel they all have something to contribute to the world.
There is no question that they all bring something to the table, whether it is their charisma, their passion for the sport, their ability to speak their mind, their strength and flexibility, or their ability as a team player.
For many of them, it is about putting the sport first, to give back, and to help others achieve their goals.
The more you know about them and what they bring to the equation, the more you’ll appreciate the value of this profession.
The first thing I want to talk about is how the Fencing World Federation ranks them.
The Fencing Federation is a self-regulating body that has an annual ranking that is published in March.
It is comprised of the world’s leading fencers, with representatives from the USA, Japan, Russia, China, Australia, Canada, and South Africa.
It’s a list of the most prestigious fencing athletes in the history of fencing, and it has been created by the world governing body.
It includes a list from the FIFI (The International Federation of Fencing Clubs), a list published by the IWF (International Federation of World Judo), and a list compiled by the FAS (International Sports Federation).
The list is published monthly, and all the top athletes from each country get to choose their position on the list.
I spoke to the FSF President, Mark Deane, about the ranking and it was clear that he takes his job seriously.
He is a proud man, and when he is asked about what makes a great fencer, he answers that the focus is on the physical part of the art, not necessarily the mental side.
In the FFA world, he says, you have to focus on the mental part of what you are doing, and not the physical aspects.
I asked him why, and he responded that there are a lot of fencers that have a very high level of technical ability and great technique, but are not necessarily physically talented.
He points out that there have been a few talented young fencers who have not really made it in the sport and, at the same time, many are being forced to train at the very highest levels.
Deane also stressed that it is a matter of who you are and how you look.
Fencing is a sport that is all about physicality and being the best at your craft, he said.
This includes how you perform in the ring, as well as your physical conditioning and ability.
And in order to compete at the highest levels, you need to have a certain level of mental discipline.
For example, when I competed in the 2012 Olympics in London, I was the only female to compete in the fencing event.
This is not something I have ever achieved, he told me.
It also includes how the world of fencing looks, he continued.
A great fencers body and mind must match that of their physical body and their physical strength.
So what do they look like?
They have a lot to do, but I was surprised by the variety of the personalities they have.
One of the things I noticed was how each of them has a different personality.
There is a wide range of personalities that can come through the ranks of the FFI, Deane said.
There are fencers from very technical people, to fencers with a very relaxed and outgoing nature, to the more analytical type.
Each one has something to offer.
For some, it’s about the art itself, while others are more concerned with what they can offer the sport.
I found the diversity to be interesting.
For example, there is a Japanese fencer called Yuta, who is an exceptional fencer and who is currently ranked sixth in the IBF rankings.
In addition to his strong technical ability, he also has a passion for life, which he shares with his family.
In his eyes, the sport is the best way to make a positive impact on people’s lives.
His wife is an avid reader and he has a big passion for reading.
He is also a huge fan of Japanese cuisine.
Yuta is not the only one to have that passion. A young