Tim Morehouse

Founder, Fencing-in-the-Schools Foundation

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Tim Morehouse, is an Olympic silver medalist in fencing (’08 Beijing Games), two-time individual U.S. National Champion (’10 and ’11), 7-time world cup medalist and #1-ranked U.S. men’s saber fencer from 2008-2011.

He is the author of American Fencer: Modern Lessons from an Ancient Sport. Tim is also the Founder and Producer of the Fencing Masters Tournament, the largest spectator fencing competition in the U.S. In 2011, Morehouse founded the Fencing-in-the-Schools foundation – a non-profit program dedicated to bringing the sport of fencing to under-served communities throughout the country. Morehouse has been featured on the Today Show, Access Hollywood, Good Day New York, MSNBC and Bloomberg News and in Esquire magazine, Vanity Fair, USA Today and the SportsBusiness Journal. He is an eight-time U.S. National Team member and two-time Olympian who won seven Pan Am titles between 2005 and 2007. Morehouse has won six World Cup medals. His silver medal win at the 2008 Beijing Games with teammates Keeth Smart, Jason Rogers and James Williams stands as the highest finish of any men’s event in U.S. Olympic fencing history. Off the field, he was a 7th grade teacher for three years with the Teach For America program and worked on staff at Teach For America for four years as teacher trainer. Morehouse also is an athlete ambassador for the charity Right To Play.

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