Keeth and his sister Erinn were part of the first handful of kids who came to a gym at New York University for Peter Westbrook's brand new non-profit's first session. Keeth became the first ever American man to achieve the overall ranking of #1 in the world in fencing. He competed in three Olympics and won the silver medal for the US men's sabre team in 2008. He has since earned an MBA from Columbia University and founded sports equipment company Physiclo.
Erinn started fencing in the Peter Westbrook Foundation's first class with her brother Keeth. She competed in three Olympics and won a silver medal for the women's foil team in 2008. Since retiring after the Beijing Olympic Games, she earned an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Through his foundation, Peter mentored all the other athletes featured in this film. He was the first African American man to win a US National Fencing Championship. He won a total of thirteen National Championships and competed in six Olympics. In Los Angeles, he won bronze, making him the first African American to win an Olympic medal in fencing and the first American man to do so in thirty six years. His foundation works with two hundred kids every Saturday during the school year, also providing tutoring and supporting full time training for high level athletes.