Zoran Tulum

Founder & President Emeritus

Zoran Tulum worked as a coach for more than 35 years. His career took him from winning the Yugoslav National Championships to coaching the US National Team at the Olympic Games.

As a fencing master, Zoran coached at Harvard University for two years and worked as Head Coach of Stanford University’s fencing program for 12 years. From 1988 to 1996, Zoran Tulum was the US National Men’s Foil Coach. In 1996, he served as the Olympic Coach for one of the first internationally successful US foil fencing teams.

In 2001, Zoran founded Zeta Fencing in Natick, Massachusetts. His students accumulated nearly every national title in the US at all age and classification levels, from youth tournaments through Junior Olympics and senior national championships. Many went on to compete in leading NCAA college programs. Over the years, Zoran’s students won medals at National Championships, NCAA championships, Cadet & Junior World Championships, Senior World Cups, Grand Prix, and Pan American Zonal Championships. They have also competed in the Olympics.

In 2014, Zoran Tulum was named National Coach for the US Men’s Sabre program. He served as US Fencing’s Men's Team Coach at the Olympic Games in Rio 2016 and in Tokyo 2021.

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