Golf & Tennis Challenge: Who Knew? A Look at 5 Black Competitive Fencers
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Golf & Tennis Challenge: Who Knew? A Look at 5 Black Competitive Fencers

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Miles Chamley-Watson
Ranked No. 3 in the nation, and No. 12 in the world, Chamley-Watson competed in his first Olympic games in 2012 where he placed fourth with Team USA. On Aug. 9, 2013 Chamley-Watson made history by becoming the first U.S. men’s fencer to win an individual Senior World Championship title. Thus far, in 2015, Chamley-Watson has brought home gold medals at the Shanghai Grand Prix, Paris World Cup, and Pan American Championships.