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Fencing CPE Pan-American Championships 2018

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phelps    586
Fencing CPE Pan-American Championships 2018

 

:CUB La Habana (CUB) - 15 June 2018 - 20 June 2018  :CUB

 

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intoronto    481

Also a Pan Am Games qualification tournanent. The top 7 teams in each event ,plus top 2 individuals not qualified through teams, qualify for the games.

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phelps    586

Women's Individual Sabre

 

Final Results:

 

Gold: Dagmara Wozniak (USA)

Silver: Ann-Elizabeth Stone (USA)

Bronze: Chloe Fox-Gitomer (USA) & Maria Belen Perez Maurice (ARG)

 

Semifinals:

Wozniak b. Fox-Gitomer 15-6

Stone b. Perez Maurice 15-12

 

Gold Medal Match:

Wozniak b. Stone 15-9

 

Here is the Full Final Ranking (and Results) from Yesterday's competition:

http://fie.org/competitions/2018/801/results/rank

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phelps    586

Men's Individual Epee

 

Final Results:

 

Gold: Jesus Andres Lugones Ruggeri (ARG)

Silver: Ruben Limardo Gascon (VEN)

Bronze: Curtis McDowald (USA) & Jacob Hoyle (USA)

 

Semifinals:

Lugones Ruggeri b. Hoyle 15-10

Limardo Gascon b. McDowald 15-6

 

Gold Medal Match:

Lugones Ruggeri b. Limardo Gascon 15-10

 

Here is the Full Final Ranking (and Results) from Yesterday's competition:

http://fie.org/competitions/2018/799/results/rank

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mrv86    403

Wonderful results for Argentina so far, especially gold in men's individual epée.

 

Meanwhile, Mexico's competing with an average team, some of our best being kept away by the childish and corrupt behaviour of our NF president, who especially has a feud against our best fencer in women's senior sabre (Paola Pliego) :cry: What a waste with so many years of continuous growth being hurt by one men's ambition of being president for life.

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thiago_simoes    264
1 hora atrás, mrv86 disse:

Wonderful results for Argentina so far, especially gold in men's individual epée.

 

Meanwhile, Mexico's competing with an average team, some of our best being kept away by the childish and corrupt behaviour of our NF president, who especially has a feud against our best fencer in women's senior sabre (Paola Pliego) :cry: What a waste with so many years of continuous growth being hurt by one men's ambition of being president for life.


What happened? Does he have any reason to be against the fencer or is he just being a jerk?

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konig    424
3 hours ago, mrv86 said:

Wonderful results for Argentina so far, especially gold in men's individual epée.

 

Meanwhile, Mexico's competing with an average team, some of our best being kept away by the childish and corrupt behaviour of our NF president, who especially has a feud against our best fencer in women's senior sabre (Paola Pliego) :cry: What a waste with so many years of continuous growth being hurt by one men's ambition of being president for life.

The same in all latin america......

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konig    424

Historical result for Argentina with the gold of Lugones Ruggeri defeating Limardo, the bronce of Perez Maurice isnt a surprise, she was a clear gold in the south american games and se won ia Pan American tournament in the past.

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mrv86    403
10 hours ago, thiago_simoes said:


What happened? Does he have any reason to be against the fencer or is he just being a jerk?

Well it all started back in 2016, just weeks before the Olympics. At that time, Paola Pliego was reported to have failed a drug test made by the local authorities, so as the investigation continued, she was provisionally suspended and excluded from the Mexican delegation. Some time later, a German lab with WADA recognition analized the same sample and found nothing wrong with it. From then on, she has been vocal about being framed by our own federation because she belongs to a local association that does not support the current president (of the Mexican Fencing Federation, that is).

This season she was often snubbed and unsupported at every World Cup in which she could have competed, but the real offense came in March when it was announced that she wasn't selected for the CAC Games, due to "formalities"; essentiality, she wasn't allowed to compete in the national selective, so of course she had no chance at all; furthermore, the Iberoamerican association of fencing added fuel by publicly stating their support for her and expelling Mexican Fencing Federation's president from that body. This only made him angrier and through political manipulation, he convinced the Olympic Committee and our corrupt sports arbitration tribunal to confirm Pliego's exclusion.

So to sum it up, he's just being a complete douche, who is only trying to become rich by exploiting our fencers.

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mrv86    403
8 hours ago, konig said:

Historical result for Argentina with the gold of Lugones Ruggeri defeating Limardo, the bronce of Perez Maurice isnt a surprise, she was a clear gold in the south american games and se won ia Pan American tournament in the past.

And good results continue for your fencers. Glad for them :yes

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phelps    586

Women's Individual Epee

 

Final Results:

 

Gold: Kelly Hurley (USA)

Silver: Isabel Di Tella (ARG)

Bronze: Guo Zi-Shan (CAN) & Yamilka Rodriguez Quesada (CUB)

 

Semifinals:

Hurley b. Guo 15-12

Di Tella b. Rodriguez Quesada 15-10

 

Gold Medal Match:

Hurley b. Di Tella 15-14

 

Here is the Full Final Ranking (and Results) from Yesterday's competition:

http://fie.org/competitions/2018/797/results/rank

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