July 19, 2012
QUEENS, N.Y. - Part Two of the three-part video web series on Daryl Homer and Dagmara Wozniak is now available on the StormTracker All-Access section of RedStormSports.com and the St. John's Red Storm Facebook page.
In part two, the London-bound duo discuss what it means to represent the United States and how an Olympic medal would stack up against their previous achievements.
Wozniak, a 23 year-old Avenel, N.J. native, will make her second-career Olympics appearance in London later this month. At the 2008 Games in Beijing, Wozniak served as a replacement athlete for the U.S. women's saber squad. She is currently ranked No. 2 in the U.S. and No. 12 in the world.
Homer, a first-time Olympian, redshirted the 2012 college season to train exclusively for the Olympics. The 21 year-old Bronx, N.Y. native is currently ranked as the No. 1 men's saber fencer in the U.S. and No. 12 in the world. His honors at St. John's include back-to-back NCAA Championships as a sophomore and junior.
The interviews will be released in the format of a three-part series leading up to the Olympics, which kick off on July 27 with the Opening Ceremony. Each part can be viewed in the StormTracker All-Access section of RedStormsports.com as well as the St. John’s Red Storm facebook page.
Homer and Wozniak’s competition schedule is as follows:
July 27 – Opening Ceremony
The release schedule for the three part web series is as follows:
Episode 1 – July 12, 8:15 a.m.
For more on Daryl and Dagmara’s path to the 2012 Olympic Games, follow the official St. John's fencing twitter: @STJ_Fencing.