Curtis Miller Senior Coach

Curtis Miller is currently Great Britain’s second ranked Senior Sabre fencer. He began fencing at the age of ten at Camden Fencing Club under Great Britain’s National Sabre Coach (2006-2008) Ian Williams, who spotted a natural talent in him. 

 

Armed with an impressive work ethic, a constant smile, and the most positive attitude, Curtis found National success when he won his first senior tournament at only 16 years of age. Then, came an impressive international result when as a Junior, he won a bronze medal at one of the toughest events on the circuit – the 2012 Dourdan World Cup. Curtis has qualified for more than 10 European and World Championships. His top results include finishing 18th at the European Championships at Novi Sad and 8th in the team event. 

 

His hobbies include art, portrait and travel photography, playing the drums and travelling the world. Curtis has a passion for coaching and personal training and being able to give bespoke advice and support so that others may achieve their goals. 

 

He is now in full time training at the Elite Training Centre in North London and part of the senior men’s sabre squad aiming for the Tokyo 2021 Olympics. 

Education: 

London Metropolitan University, September 2011 – 2012

Sports Science and Coaching

“Curtis is an extremely talented fencer. He has all the attributes to make a
World Class Fencer.  He has athleticism, good technique, he raises his game for major events and is cool under pressure”

– Ian Williams, National Sabre Coach for Team GB Fencing (2006–2008), British Olympic Fencer 1992

Hampstead

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London, NW3 2YN

Knightsbridge

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