Tamer Tahoun.

Tamer Tahoun
is a 10-year Egyptian Senior National Champion. His reign as champion lasted from 1999-2008. He participated in Junior and Senior World Championships and fenced twice in the Olympic Games: Sydney 2000 and Athens 2004. He was ranked 15th in the Athens Olympic Games and won numerous medals in the Junior and Senior World Cups. Tamer won the African individual gold medal five times (specifically in years 1999, 2000, 2001, 2004 and 2006.) He was also FIE (International Fencing Federation) ranked in the top 16 in 2005.
Tamer Received his coaching diploma from the General Syndicate of Sport Professions in Cairo, Egypt and was awarded the Prévôt distinction as a professional fencing coach from USFCA.
Tamer worked as the Egyptian National Foil Team coach for Senior, Junior and Cadet Teams (both men and women) from January 2009 through September 2011. He was the Olympic coach for The Egyptian fencing team in Singapore for the 2010 Olympic Youth Games. Tamer was also the Head Fencing Coach and Technical Director at Gazira Sporting Club in Cairo from 2008 through 2011. Tamer is also an FIE international referee for Foil and Epee.
Tamer Tahoun established Premier Fencing Club in 2011, and has been the head foil coach from the creation of the club. Tamer has guided our fencers to countless successes in local youth events, USFA Regional Events, USFA National Events and also at the International Level.

Best Coaching Achievements

Olympic Games
Singapore youth Olympic games 2010
Olympic Games
World Cups
African Championships
The Arab Championships
International competitions
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