Nearly 2,000 of the country’s best young fencers participated in a weekend of competition at Bartle Hall; for some, it lies on a path toward the Olympic Games. Dolly Lampson (left) of Oregon competed with foils on Sunday against Galina Gordon of New Jersey during a bout in the USA Fencing Junior Olympic Championships.
Nearly 2,000 of the country’s best young fencers participated in a weekend of competition at Bartle Hall; for some, it lies on a path toward the Olympic Games. Dolly Lampson (left) of Oregon competed with foils on Sunday against Galina Gordon of New Jersey during a bout in the USA Fencing Junior Olympic Championships. ALLISON LONG along@kcstar.com
Nearly 2,000 of the country’s best young fencers participated in a weekend of competition at Bartle Hall; for some, it lies on a path toward the Olympic Games. Dolly Lampson (left) of Oregon competed with foils on Sunday against Galina Gordon of New Jersey during a bout in the USA Fencing Junior Olympic Championships. ALLISON LONG along@kcstar.com

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