Yury Gelman (born October 13, 1955) is the five-time Olympic Fencing Coach for the United States (Sydney, Athens, Beijing, London and Rio 2016), National Men's Sabre Coach, and Head Fencing Coach for 2001 NCAA Champion St. John's University.
The US National Team, under Yury's leadership, won the 2001 Gdansk Junior World Championships, the 2004 team Grand Prize, 4th Place at 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, 5th place at the 2005 Leipzicg Senior World Championship, the Silver Medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games (Keeth Smart, Tim Morehouse, James Williams, Jason Rogers). In the Rio 2016 Olympic games, Daryl Homer wins historic silver medal in men's sabre fencing. He became the first U.S. men's silver medalist since William Grebe in 1904,and U.S. Women's Sabre Team wins BRONZE Medal!Dagmara Wozniak and Monica Aksamit winning Bronze Medal in Women's Sabre Team Competition coached by Yury.
In the 2001 Junior World Championships, Yury's students, Ivan Lee and Tim Hagamen, were the first to bring a gold medal to the United States.
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