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phelps    579

2016 World Cadet & Junior Championships - Day 5

 

Women's Junior Individual Foil

 

Gold: Sabrina Massialas (USA)

Silver: Erica Cipressa (ITA)

Bronze: Fu Yiting (CHN) & Martyna Dlugosz (POL)

 

Men's Junior Individual Sabre

 

Gold: Charles Colleau (FRA)

Silver: Anatoliy Kostenko (RUS)

Bronze: Kunihiko Fitz-Gerald (JPN) & Andrey Gladkov (RUS)

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mrv86    403

I'm crossing my fingers tomorrow for Women's Junio Sabre... Arrayales might get a medal, if she gest her act together.

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OlympicsFan    231
15 hours ago, mrv86 said:

I'm crossing my fingers tomorrow for Women's Junio Sabre... Arrayales might get a medal, if she gest her act together.

Your team looks extremely strong. I think you will be the favorite in womens team sabre. Your top 3 athletes were seeded 1st (Infante), 4th (Arrayales) and 11th (Toledo). 

Infante and Arrayales reached the round of last 32, but Toledo got pretty unlucky and lost 14:15 against Eifler who won the silver medal in womens cadet sabre. 

It would be cool if you could win a medal, but i will cheer Rifkiss from France, Brunet from France, Emura from Japan and Pusztai from Hungary who was born in 2001! :yikes:

On the mens side i will cheer for Banyai from Hungary. :fingers:

 

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mrv86    403
4 hours ago, OlympicsFan said:

Your team looks extremely strong. I think you will be the favorite in womens team sabre. Your top 3 athletes were seeded 1st (Infante), 4th (Arrayales) and 11th (Toledo). 

Infante and Arrayales reached the round of last 32, but Toledo got pretty unlucky and lost 14:15 against Eifler who won the silver medal in womens cadet sabre. 

It would be cool if you could win a medal, but i will cheer Rifkiss from France, Brunet from France, Emura from Japan and Pusztai from Hungary who was born in 2001! :yikes:

On the mens side i will cheer for Banyai from Hungary. :fingers:

 

 

Yes, they're a good, competititve squad and with a little luck they can make to the podium in the team competition, but I think in the end it will be France, Russia and Italy.

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phelps    579

2016 World Cadet & Junior Championships - Day 6

 

Women's Junior Individual Sabre

 

Gold: Caroline Queroli (FRA)

Silver: Manon Brunet (FRA)

Bronze: Lucia Lucarini (ITA) & Svetlana Sheveleva (RUS)

 

Men's Junior Individual Epee

 

Gold: Georgiy Bruev (RUS)

Silver: Valerio Cuomo (ITA)

Bronze: Zsombor Banyai (HUN) & Gergely Siklosi (HUN)

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OlympicsFan    231

Another disgraceful result in womens epee. To all the german officials out there: Either you invest some money for good coaches or you stop the funding for fencing.

Stahlberg and Ebert are the most talented athletes of their age group, but both horribly failed here, what a disgrace!

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phelps    579

2016 World Cadet & Junior Championships - Day 7

 

Women's Junior Individual Epee

 

Gold: Alice Clerici (ITA)

Silver: Xiang Yixuan (CHN)

Bronze: Irina Okhotnikova (RUS) & Hee Ju Jeon (KOR)

 

Men's Junior Individual Epee

 

Gold: Takahiro Shikine (JPN)

Silver: Andrey Matveev (RUS)

Bronze: Guillaume Bianchi (ITA) & Kyosuke Matsuyama (JPN)

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phelps    579

surprising Gold Medal for Italy...not in the sense that we won it, but because it went to our no.3 epee specialist, who defeated first the no.1 seeded (and no.1 Italian) girl, then the German Stahlberg (another one of the pre-competition favourites)...

congrats to her...

not so successful for us was the Men's foil, but it was expected...coming home with a bronze is good enough...

on this side, I'm a bit disappointed by the early exit of Geofferey Tourette, who was so impressive in his run to the Cadets' Gold but failed to confirm himself among the 3 year elder guys...

tomorrow it's time for the Junior Teams' events to start (Women's Foil and Men's Sabre will have the honor)...

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2016 World Cadet & Junior Championships - Day 8

 

Women's Junior Team Foil

 

Gold: Poland

Silver: United States

Bronze: Italy

 

Final: Poland - USA 42 - 40

 

Men's Junior Team Sabre

 

Gold: Russia

Silver: Italy

Bronze: China

 

Final: Russia - Italy 45 - 43

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2016 World Cadet & Junior Championships - Day 9

 

Women's Junior Team Sabre

 

Gold: Russia

Silver: China

Bronze: United States

 

Final: Russia - China 45 - 42

 

Men's Junior Team Epee

 

Gold: Italy

Silver: Hungary

Bronze: China

 

Final: Italy - Hungary 45 - 42

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phelps    579

2016 World Cadet & Junior Championships - Day 10 (Final)

 

Women's Junior Team Epee

 

Gold: France

Silver: Russia

Bronze: United States

 

Final: France - Russia 45 - 41

 

Men's Junior Team Foil

 

Gold: Japan

Silver: Italy

Bronze: Great Britain

 

Final: Japan - Italy 45 - 44

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phelps    579

2016 World Cadet & Junior Championships - Final Medal Table (Juniors)

 

Russia,  3-3-3

France,  3-1-0

Italy,  2-4-3

Japan,  2-0-2

United States,  1-1-2

Poland,  1-0-1

CHN, HUN, GBR and KOR with 1 or more medals, but no Golds

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