Weight: 175 lbs.
Birthplace: Tampa, Fla.
Current Residence: Los Angeles, Calif.
High School: The Dwight School (2011)
Coach: Stefano Cerioni
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Current U.S. Ranking: No. 4
Current World Ranking: No. 4
Olympic Teams: 2020 (Team Replacement Athlete), 2016 (Bronze - Team), 2012
Senior World Championship Teams: 2019 (Gold - Team), 2018 (Silver - Team), 2017 (Silver - Team), 2015, 2014, 2013 (Silver - Team), 2011
Pan American Games Teams: 2019 (Gold - Team, Bronze - Individual)
Junior World Championship Teams: 2013 (Silver - Team), 2012 (Gold - Team), 2011 (Gold - Team)
Cadet World Championship Teams: 2010 (Bronze)
Personal: Imboden took up fencing when, as a child, a stranger saw him playing with swords in a park and suggested he take up fencing. By 18, Imboden qualified for her first Senior World Championship Team, earning a top-eight finish in his debut in 2011 and has remained a core member of the U.S. Men's Foil Team for a decade.
In 2013, Imboden made history with the U.S. Men's Foil Team when the squad won its first medal at the Senior World Championships with a silver. In 2015, Imboden reached the No. 1 position in the world rankings, becoming the second U.S. men's foil fencer to do so and the first U.S. man ever to earn the FIE Overall World Cup title. A bronze medalist in the team event at the 2016 Olympic Games, Imboden won gold at the 2019 Senior World Championships with Team USA as a member of the first U.S. Men's Foil Team ever to win a Senior World title.
Imboden says he focuses on the mental aspects of fencing which have allowed him to achieve the success he has had in recent years, but he still says one of his biggest challenges is controlling his emotions on the strip.
When not competing on the world's stage, Imboden has traveled the globe as a top runway model, walking for labels such as Marc Jacobs and Louis Vuitton.