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Patch Whiz Kid of the Week: Max Robinson

Max Robinson is Georgetown Patch's Whiz Kid for March 2.

Max Robinson, 13

Whiz Kid's Accomplishment: Max qualified for the U.S. Fencing Junior Olympics under-17 Men's Epee competition. It was held in Dallas, Texas, February 18-21, 2011.

Whiz Kid's Key to Awesomeness: The keys to Max's success are his desire to fence and his coaches abilities to see his desire. Max has been fencing for more than half his life - he began when he was six years old. He has participated in many local, regional and national competitions, in which he has won seven gold medals, three silvers, and several bronze medals. The culmination of the fencing season is the U.S. Fencing summer nationals, in which Max will participate in the under-14 & under-17 men's epee competitions. This year, summer nationals will be held in Reno, Nevada, July 1-10.

Good luck to Max!

Shirley Clay Greene March 03, 2011 at 04:18 PM
Max, congratulations on your accomplishments in fencing which have led you to participate in the fencing summer nationals in Reno Nevada. I wish we could all be there to support you in this great endeavor. Bring home the gold once more. My prayers are with you great nephew! Your Great Aunt Shirley
shalanda March 04, 2011 at 03:56 PM
You may not know me, however, this Cameron Minor's mother. Cameron is your cousin Jason's son. We just wanted to congratulate you on your many accomplishments and wish you much success in your future endeavors. You have the makings of being a model athlete for your peers, including your cousin Cameron, to look up to and admire! Keep up the excellent work and determination! May God continue to bless you, Shalanda Johnson and Cameron Minor

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