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Fencing FIE 2018 World Cadets & Juniors Championships

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phelps    444
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World Cadet Championships - Women's Individual Epee

 

Final Results:

 

Gold: Hsieh Kaylin Sin Yan (HKG)

Silver: Emily Vermeule (USA)

Bronze: Lim Tae Hee (KOR) & Tamila Muridova (KAZ)

 

Semifinals:

Hsieh b. Muridova 15-10

Vermeule b. Lim 15-9

 

Gold Medal Match:

Hsieh b. Vermeule 15-13

 

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

http://fie.org/competitions/2018/235/results/rank

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phelps    444
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World Cadet Championships - Women's Individual Epee

 

Final Results:

 

Gold: Davide Di Veroli (ITA)

Silver: Filippo Armaleo (ITA)

Bronze: Simone Greco (ITA) & Asami Seiya (JPN)

 

Semifinals:

Armaleo b. Greco 13-6

Di Veroli b. Asami 15-7

 

Gold Medal Match:

Di Veroli b. Armaleo 13-9

 

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

http://fie.org/competitions/2018/236/results/rank

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phelps    444
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Davide Di Veroli eponymous of the male Youth Epee season...:yikes::bowdown:

Individually, he's twice (Cadet & Junior) European Champion + Silver among the Juniors and Cadet World Champion in just 3 weeks time...what a year for him...

and we still have the YOG next Autumn...:lol:

 

yes, because the Cadet Worlds are also the qualification event for the 2018 YOG...

 

and, according to the qualifying criteria, these should be the qualified fencers in today's 2 events:

 

women's epee:

Hsieh Kaylin Sin Yan (HKG), Asia & Oceania #1

Emily Vermeule (USA), Pan-American #1

Lim Tae Hee (KOR), Asia & Oceania #2

Tamila Muridova (KAZ), Asia & Oceania #3

Axelle Wasiak (BEL), Europe #1

Iana Bekmurzova (RUS), Europe #2

Kinga Dekany (HUN), Europe #3

Sara Maria Kowalczyk (ITA), Europe #4

Ariane Leonard (CAN), Pan-American #2

Yousra Zboudj (ALG), Africa

 

men's epee:

Davide Di Veroli (ITA), Europe #1

Asami Seiya (JPN), Asia & Oceania #1

Artur Tolasov (RUS), Europe #2

Alexander Biro (AUT), Europe #3

Isaac Herbst (USA), Pan-American #1

Khasan Boudunov (KGZ), Asia & Oceania #2

Paul Veltrup (GER), Europe #4

Li Zhiwei (CHN), Asia & Oceania #3

Mohamed El Sayed (EGY), Africa

Seraphim Hsieh Jarov (CAN), Pan-American #2

 

a few more athletes will be determined once all 6 competitions are over...

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phelps    444

where have yesterday's posts gone? :mumble:

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phelps    444

World Junior Championships - Women's Team Epee

 

Final Results:

 

Gold: Italy

Silver: Romania

Bronze: Russia

 

Semifinals:

Italy b. Russia 45-25

Romania b. Ukraine 31-30

 

Bronze Medal Match:

Russia b. Ukraine 45-27

 

Gold Medal Match:

Italy b. Romania 45-31

 

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

http://fie.org/competitions/2018/229/results/rank

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phelps    444

World Junior Championships - Men's Team Epee

 

Final Results:

 

Gold: Hungary

Silver: France

Bronze: Italy

 

Semifinals:

France b. Italy 45-41

Hungary b. Israel 45-34

 

Bronze Medal Match:

Italy b. Israel 45-30

 

Gold Medal Match:

Hungary b. France 45-42

 

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

http://fie.org/competitions/2018/230/results/rank

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phelps    444

as I wrote in yesterday's post gone missing, it's not another Gold medal...but still, it's the 3rd podium finish in 3 days for Davide Di Veroli, the new sensation of the always very prolific Italian Fencing...

and he's not even 17...

 

by the way, with the team events completed, all the Epee competitions are over....with Italy taking 2 out of the possible 6 Gold medals and France, Hungary, Russia and Hong Kong (only not European Country) winning 1 Gold medal each...

 

Today, the Sabre events have started with the Junior Women and Men's Individual competitions...

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Gianlu33    835
1 ora fa, phelps ha scritto:

where have yesterday's posts gone? :mumble:

Yes, apparently we miss some post after the server migration

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mrv86    358

And it's silver for Botello :MEX :clap:

Sadly, she couldn't repeat her title in Juniors, but let's see tomorrow if she can win it in Cadets

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phelps    444

World Junior Championships - Women's Individual Sabre

 

Final Results:

 

Gold: Olga Nikitina (RUS)

Silver: Natalia Botello (MEX)

Bronze: Lucia Lucarini (ITA) & Liza Pusztai (HUN)

 

Semifinals:

Nikitina b. Lucarini 15-7

Botello b. Pusztai 15-13

 

Gold Medal Match:

Nikitina b. Botello 15-12

 

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

http://fie.org/competitions/2018/227/results/rank

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phelps    444

World Junior Championships - Men's Individual Sabre

 

Final Results:

 

Gold: Konstantin Lokhanov (RUS)

Silver: Sebastien Patrice (FRA)

Bronze: Matteo Neri (ITA) & Raoul Bonah (GER)

 

Semifinals:

Lokhanov b. Bonah 15-1

Patrice b. Neri 15-14

 

Gold Medal Match:

Lokhanov b. Patrice 15-13

 

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

http://fie.org/competitions/2018/228/results/rank

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phelps    444

Russian day in Verona...2 Sabre events and 2 Gold medals for them...

 

for Italy, despite a not so good overall team performance, still a couple of (very lucky, especially Lucarini's) medals, which is always a very respectable result...

 

Tomorrow, it's always Individual Sabre time, but for the Cadets (therefore, it's also the main YOG qualification event)...

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