Jason Pryor

Bio Jason Pryor represented the USA at the 2016 Rio Games as a fencer in Men’s Epee. Jason augments his tremendous physical skills with an unshakable belief system. “I am success” is the mantra he learned as a child, and he carried that attitude to Rio. He also carried Shaklee Performance Pure Hydration Drink. “Fencers…

Kelley Hurley

The Competitive Edge BioAchievements Kelley Hurley comes from a family of fencers—her mother, father, and sister are all versed in the sport. She often competes alongside her younger sister, Courtney, and represents the United States in competitions around the globe. Coached by their father and mother at the Team Hurley Fencing Club, Kelly and Courtney…

Courtney Hurley

It Runs in the Family BioAchievements Courtney Hurley and her older sister, Kelley, have been fencing since childhood. Her mother and father trained both of them in their family-owned fencing club, and now they represent the United States in competitions around the globe. This year, the Hurley sisters were the first siblings to qualify for…

Suzanne Stettinius

Instagram One day—five sports BioAchievementsMore Suzanne represented the US in the 2012 London Games as a competitor in the modern pentathlon—an intense one-day performance of equestrian skills on an unfamiliar horse, fencing, running, shooting, and swimming designed to highlight the skills a nineteenth century solider would need to survive behind enemy lines. She first competed…

Weston “Seth” Kelsey

Related Article He fights to win BioAchievementsMore After trying a number of other sports (basketball and kung fu among them) Seth Kelsey tried épée fencing and stuck with it because, “I really liked the one-on-one nature of fencing. It’s a fun combination of physical and mental ability.” Although he claims he was “terrible” his first…