Janusz Peciak 1976 Olympic Gold Medalist


  • #1 Ranked Fencer in USA in 2000

  • Olympic Team Member: 1980-1988-1996

  • Pan American Gold Medal Team 1987-1991

  • Member of 14 U.S. World Teams

  • Pan American Games Team Leader, USA Pentathlon 2003

Relaxed but rigorous training
Fun but challenging
Welcoming and very flexible
Come and see for yourself!


Guests Welcome!


We have coaches who have coached and competed at an international and Olympic level, teaching fencing and pentathlon in our one-of-a-kind facility. We have 8 overhead reels and grounded metal strips. There is a loft overlooking the whole facility where parents and friends can sit in comfort and watch fencing in action. 


We want you to come and take a look at this fun and exciting sport. In fact, we know you will enjoy it so much, that we offer two FREE classes for first time athletes to come and fence with us. We will even provide all equipment! Just show up and have the time of your life!


Other reaons to choose this club.....

  • We have a variety of programs for kids and adults from introductory classes to Olympic training programs. 

  • At our club, parents see that we teach sportsmanship and respect.

  • Our camp programs offer very flexible and generous early drop-off and late pick-up options.

  • We are centrally located on Colfax Ave, 6 blocks west of Monaco.

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"The passion and dedication of the coaches is truly amazing"


The History of Cheyenne Fencing Society


The Cheyenne Fencing Society and Modern Pentathlon Center was founded in 1981 by current owner, Elaine Cheris.  After many successful years on the U.S. Fencing team and U.S. Olympic Fencing team, Elaine wanted to share this wonderful sport with those around her.


The goal was to create a place where everyone could learn the sport of fencing from beginners, to adults looking for recreation, to aspiring Olympic athletes. We encourage recreational participation as well as those looking for a competitive outlet. We welcome anyone who wants to come down and watch this fascinating sport!


Growing up, Elaine was a collegiate track star and accomplished swimmer.  Unfortunately, during those times women did not have a lot of access into the world of pentathlon, so Elaine's career as a pentathlete was cut short. She has now dedicated many years of service to the promotion of pentathlon in the U.S.A. and works hard to ensure that anyone wishing to pursue the sport does not face the same challenges she faced.