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Head Coach

Sarkis Assadourian is a professional fencing coach with more than 45 years of experience in both Epee and Foil. Assadourian was the Iranian National Head Coach for over 14 years. He was a National Champion for 15 years and participated in the 1976 Montreal Olympic Games. He holds a Gold medal in Epee and a Bronze Medal in Foil from the 1974 Asian Games and has competed in and won numerous international tournaments. 

Assadourian has completed coaching courses and training in Russia and with NOC Solidarity.  


Assadourian coaches with both left and right hands. Most of his Students have been members of Epee and Foil National Teams.His students have won numerous medals in Asian Games and Cadet/Junior and Senior Asian Championships and World Cups.

Assadourian has also been an FIE Referee in Foil, Epee & Sabre since 1988 and has been a Member of FIE since 2004. He was the FIE Delegate for the 2008 Nanjing Junior Olympic Games and the  2016 Rio Summer Olympic Games. 


Assadourian is the President of the “Armenian World Fencing Association” - holding the title since 2000. He holds a Master of Arts in Architecture and City Planning from Tehran University. He is fluent in English, Armenian, Farsi and Turkish and coaches in all 4 languages.






Nouneh Assadourian was born in 1993 in Tehran, Iran. A lover of all sports, Nouneh began her sports career in Cross Country and Track And Field at a young age and has continued on since. She started Fencing in 2007 and has competed in many National and international tournaments since. Nouneh started working as an Epee instructor assisting Coach Sarkis in 2015. She has a lot of experience working with children, including children with Autism because of her psychology background.    

Nouneh holds a BA degree in Psychology from UCLA and is currently pursuing her Masters Degree in Mechanical Engineering at the California State University of Northridge. She is Fluent in English, Armenian and Farsi.