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RHI athlete Cat Bouwkamp (Fishers, Ind.) won the gold Medal in the foil competition and a silver medal in epee at the Wheelchair Pan American Championships in Campinas, Brazil on August 12th.
Cat, a fifteen-year-old sophomore at Fishers High School, (pictured left at an another event where she won a bronze medal) is the top ranked female wheelchair fencer in the United States in epee, foil, and saber.
In Brazil she faced the best women fencers from the US, Canada, Chile, and Brazil. By winning the Gold Medal Cat is qualified to fence at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London.
Cat is now the youngest athlete on Team USA qualified to compete in London in 2012. After completing the pool bouts in foil undefeated, Cat was seeded first out of the pools in Category A foil. She earned a bye into the quarter-finals where she defeated Suelen Rodolpho (BRA), 15-3, after Rodolpho beat American fencer Sonia Fogal.
Cat then defeated Monica Santos (BRA), 15-2, to advance to the final against Sylvie
Morel (CAN). Cat took an early 11-4 lead against the Canadian, but Morel – a past Paralympic fencer- mounted a comeback. Cat won the bout against Morel 15-12. The following day in the epee competition the final bout once again pitted Morel against Cat. Cat earned the Silver Medal with Morel winning 6-4. Congratulations, Cat!