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Gianlu33

Fencing 2017 Discussion Thread

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Gianlu33    379

Our men's foil team lost again Denmark... DENMARK! :lol: 

Sadly it's a very bad weekend for us in fencing, i hope that next week we'll do better.

 

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OlympicsFan    91

The most astonishing result yesterday was the 8th place for Aizanat Murtazaeva in women's epee. Why?

She was born on 23 September 2001! :pope:

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monte88    3

Women's Team Epee (Suzhou, CHN)

 

Final Results:

 

GoldPOL

SilverKOR

BronzeEST

 

Semifinals:

POL b. RUS #1 31-21

KOR b. EST #2 36-32

 

Gold Medal Match:

EST b. RUS 38-36

 

Gold Medal Match:

POL b. KOR 31-21

 

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

http://fie.org/competitions/2018/452/results/rank

Edited by monte88

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phelps    108

Men's Team Foil (Tokyo, JPN)

 

Gold: United States

Silver: South Korea

Bronze: Japan

 

Semifinals Results:

USA b. Japan 45-38

South Korea b. Denmark 45-37

 

Bronze Medal Match Result:

Japan b. Denmark 45-25

 

Gold Medal Match Result:

USA b. South Korea 45-34

 

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

http://fie.org/competitions/2018/206/results/rank

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Agger    136
On 12/11/2017 at 10:06, Gianlu33 said:

Our men's foil team lost again Denmark... DENMARK! :lol: 

Sadly it's a very bad weekend for us in fencing, i hope that next week we'll do better.

 

 

Hey. We have a positive record against Italy! :cool:

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phelps    108

This weekend's World Cup events are on stage in Legnano, ITA (Men's Epee) and St. Nicholas, BEL (Women's Sabre)

 

and we already know the top 4 athletes in the individual events being held today...

 

in men's Epee, the semifinals (17 CET) are Daniel Berta (HUN) vs Max Heinzer (SUI) & Ruslan Kurbanov (KAZ) vs Andras Redli (HUN)

Free Streaming here (no guarantee of getting it work)...

http://www.federscherma.it/trofeo-carroccio-2017/streaming-video.html

 

in Women's Sabre, today's tournament is already over...

You can watch all the action also on-demand here:

http://kabcom.fr/livestreaming/

 

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phelps    108

Women's Individual Sabre (St.Nicholas, BEL)

 

Final Results:

 

Gold: Olga Kharlan  (UKR)

Silver: Rossella Gregorio  (ITA)

Bronze: Yana Egorian (RUS) & Irene Vecchi (ITA)

 

Semifinals:

Gregorio b. Vecchi 15-13

Kharlan b. Egorian 15-5

 

Gold Medal Match:

Kharlan b. Gregorio 15-6

 

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

Coming Soon...

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phelps    108

Men's Individual Epee (Legnano, ITA)

 

Final Results:

 

Gold: Andras Redli (HUN)

Silver: Daniel Berta (HUN)

Bronze: Ruslan Kurbanov (KAZ) & Max Heinzer (SUI)

 

Semifinals:

Redli b. Kurbanov 13-12

Berta b. Heinzer 15-7

 

Gold Medal Match:

Redli b. Berta 15-6

 

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

http://fie.org/competitions/2018/108/results/rank

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MHSN    123

After years finally i see a bit (just a bit tough) of improvement in our Epee team. after a top 32 finish by Rezaei yesterday, Iran being seed 23 finished 12 in team competition losing 45-44 in last two matches. and most importantly they beat two Asian rivals China and Japan after so many years ! this is good less than a year before the Asian Games next year. looks like getting some better results in Sabre motivated them to work on other weapons as well.

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