Gordon has been coaching since 2012. He coached the Ryerson varsity team 2013-2014, Canadian Fencing Academy in 2017, and the University of Toronto varsity team (OUA champions for both Men’s and Women’s 2017-2018). In 2012-2013 he coached Mark Peros raising his ranking to top 64 in the world, Mark made the national team and represented Canada at the 2013 world championships and the 2015 Pan American Games. Gordon draws on 20 years of experience, and video analysis to create group drills and one on one lessons that build the diversity and reliability of his students’s repertoires. Gordon’s competitive and piste side coaching experience form a foundation for counselling the psychological aspects of the sport.
Read what our fencers have to say about us:
I started fencing at Bladeworks 7 years ago and it’s become like a second family to me. The coaches are incredible and know how to push you as much as you want to be pushed but are also very willing to explain and breakdown the reasons for individual moves and strategies. The class atmosphere is super positive and encouraging, despite (or maybe because of) the very mixed levels of people fencing together. If you want to learn how to fence in Toronto, this is the place!
Location & Hours
206 Beverley Street, Second Floor, Toronto, ONM5T 1Z3