Gus Ahn and Aidan Koslu were awarded the 2020 All academic Award - First Team from the US Fencing Association. Gus was also awarded the Kata Tabori Merit Award for his exceptional dedication and contribution to the community.
High School Fencers Honored
Congratulations to Gus Ahn the 2020 winner of the Kata Tabori Merit Award. The merit award is now in its 12th year. The annual award given to the Beverly Hills Fencers' Club fencer who have shown exceptional dedication and contribution to the club and community. Gus will follow the distinguished footsteps of our former award winners with his name being added to a new plaque that will hang in a place of honor at BHFC. Congratulations and thank you for you devoted and valuable service to your club, youth athletes, and the community.
The Merit award is given every year in honor of Hungarian born Fencer Kata Tabori who promoted the sport of fencing throughout Southern California, she supported and helped all in the fencing community. Kata was a strong supporter of BHFC, she helped coordinate coaches from Hungary in an international exchange program, helped with fundraising, and could be relied on at any time to lend a hand or join a team. She always showed great sportsmanship, and camaraderie throughout her long fencing career.
Gus is also a Columnist for SoCal Division of USA Fencing blog/official website the Souther California Division is an Arm of the United States Fencing Association
Gus is a Junior at Le Lycée Français de Los Angeles and a C-rated fencer at BHFC. He has been fencing since 2nd grade. On his downtime, he likes to play drums and improve his e-commerce website oeil-brillant.com which he created over the summer.
All Academic Award - First Team - 2020
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Gus Ahn & Aidan Koslu- Le Lycée High School Fencers win academic honors. Athletes with a GPA of at least 3.85 (94 or better) are eligible to be named to the All-Academic First Team. Second Team athletes include those whose GPA is between 3.4-3.84 (83 to 93). In addition to GPA, class rank (where applicable) is reviewed, nominees must be in top 25% of their class for First Team consideration. Only traditional core academic classes will be considered when evaluating transcripts.