Cody Mattern is inducted into the US Fencing Hall of Fame!

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Cody Mattern
A four‐time Senior National Epee Champion, Cody was an Olympian in Men’s Epee in 2004. His epee
team was the first men’s team to win a medal at a Senior World Championships (Silver, 2010). Theyfollowed that up with a historic Gold at the 2012 World Championships. He was a two‐time U20 National Champion. He now coaches at the Northwest Fencing Center.

He was a member of Senior World Championship Teams: 2012 (Gold – Team), 2011, 2010 (Silver –Team), 2009, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2003, 2001
Pan American Games Teams: 2011 (Gold – Team), 2007 (Bronze – Team)
Junior World Championship Teams: 2001

Cody Mattern started fencing at Salle Auriol, now the Northwest Fencing Center in Beaverton, Oregon. He passed up college scholarships to dedicate himself to fencing, first in Oregon and later at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs where he and represented the Army’s World Class Athlete Program.

Career Highlights
2012:

* Gold – World Team Championships
* Silver – Pan American Championships (Team)

2011:
* Gold – Pan American Games (Team)
* Gold – Pan American Championships (Team)
* Silver – USA Fencing National Championships (Division I)


2010:

* Silver – Senior World Championships (Team)

2009:
* Silver – Pan American Championships

2007:
* Gold – USA Fencing National Championships (Division I)

2004:
* Gold – USA Fencing National Championships (Division I)

2001:
* Gold – USA Fencing National Championships (Division I)

1999:
* Gold – USA Fencing National Championships (U20)

1998:
* Gold – USA Fencing National Championships (U20)