From Our Editors
At one point in time, bowling balls rumbled across the floors at Minnesota Sword Club. In the club’s 7,000-square foot main fencing room and smaller youth room, instructors teach centuries-old techniques to students of varying skill levels. They oversee classes and competitions in four different age groups, and have even managed to sculpt some younger students into national champions. But above all else, the club and its instructors aim to emphasize skills that carry over into other areas of life, such as workplaces and schools that are exclusively staffed and or attended by fencers.