Training with Daniel Levavasseur

MASTER DANIEL LEVAVASSEUR

In 2006, Nathalie decided to move to Paris to follow the renowned Master Daniel Levavasseur, world class elite fencers trainer. Daniel is her fencing master since that time, the one who guides her and teaches her all techniques and secrets of the fencing pist, thanks to his several years of experience as a coach of many high level fencers.

With him, Nathalie was World Champion by team in 2009 and individual Bronze medal at the World Championship of Paris, in 2010, as well as several other medals in world cup.

Since Nathalie’s return in 2014, Master Daniel still takes care of her lessons, cooperating with his ex student, Laura Flessel, who takes more care of the strategic part of Nathalie’s work.

In order to realize her Olympic dream, since 2014, Nathalie decided to invest in her personal team of professionals to achieve the proposed objectives. Nathalie believes that a fencer should think like a tennis player, investing as much as he can in the creation of his team of work.

ELITE COACHING ACHIEVEMENT

1981-992 : 19 medals as Coach of the French Fencing Team. Men’s Epée (Philippe Riboud. Philippe Boisse. Olivier Lenglet. Eric Srecki, jean Michel Henry. Michel Salesse. etc.)

Olympic Games : 3 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals. SeniorWorld Championships : 4 gold, 1 silver and 3 bronze medals.

1989-2008 : 23 world-class medals as coach at Racing Club de France Lagardére Paris Racing (Flessel , Obry, Leroux, Schalm, Lamon, Fernandez, Moellhausen, etc.)

Olympic Games : 2 gold medals, and 1 bronze medal, Senior World Championships : 3 gold, 8 silver and 2 bronze medals, European Championships : 3 gold and 2 bronze medals, European Cup : 3 gold medals, French National Championships : 16 gold medals, 4 silver medals and 6 bronze medals.

Since 2008, Fencing Master Levavasseur has invested 100% in the students of Team Escrime Levavasseur in St. Maur. His students train for important international competitions and have their sights set on the 2012 Olympic Games in London. His objective is to be the heart of the team, acting as advisor, educator and trainer of both fencers and coaches from all corners of the world.