Hong Kong Fencer Kong and Team Estonia Take Gold at Havana Women’s Epee World Cup

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Hong Kong Fencer Kong and Team Estonia Take Gold at Havana Women’s Epee World Cup

HAVANA, Cuba, January 13, 2019—Hong Kong fencer Man Wai Vivian Kong won the individual gold medal at the Havana Women’s Epee World Cup, overcoming a field of more than 150 competitors. Estonia took the women’s team epee gold, with 20 countries participating. The competition took place at Havana’s Coliseo de la Ciudad Deportiva.

Kong faced France’s Auriane Mallo in the final round, winning with a 15-8 score for the gold. Mallo defeated Korea’s Young Mi Kang in the semi-final, 15-9, while Kong was victorious over Italy’s Nicol Foietta, 15-7. Foietta had beaten her teammate and reigning world champion, Mara Navarria, in the quarter-finals, 15-9.

In the women’s team epee event, Estonia edged-out Poland for the gold by a single touch, 34-33. In the semi-final, Poland had another narrow match, beating Russia 44-43, while Estonia beat China, 45-23. Russia took the bronze medal against China, 42-35.

The top-eight individual finalists in the Havana Women’s Epee World Cup include Man Wai Vivian Kong (HKG, gold), Aurianne Mallo (FRA, silver), Nicol Foietta (ITA, bronze), Young Mi Kang (KOR, bronze), Mara Navarria, Violetta Kolobova (RUS), Federica Isola (ITA) and Josephine Jacques Andres Coquin (FRA).

The top-eight countries in the women’s team epee event include Estonia (gold), Poland (silver), Russia (bronze), China, Italy, USA, Korea and Hungary.

Complete and official results for the event may be found here on the FIE web site.
 

 

ABOUT THE FIE
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Russia’s Deriglazova and Team France Win Gold at Katowice Women’s Foil Fencing World Cup

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Russia’s Deriglazova and Team France Win Gold at Katowice Women’s Foil Fencing World Cup

KATOWICE, Poland, January 13, 2019—Russia’s two-time world champion and Olympic gold medallist Inna Deriglazova has earned the gold medal at the Katowice Women’s Foil World Cup. About 200 women’s foilists from around the world competed in the individual competition and France took the team gold title, with 20 countries participating in the team event. The competition was held at the Spodek Hall in Katowice.

Deriglazova took-on Germany’s Leonie Ebert in the final match of the individual women’s foil event, winning gold with a 13-9 final score. Ebert overcame USA’s Lee Kiefer in the semi-final, 15-12, while Deriglazova defeated Italy’s two-time world champion Arianna Errigo, 15-10.

In women’s team foil, France beat USA in the final round, 45-26, to take the gold medal. In two close semi-final matches, USA beat Russia, 45-43, while France overcame Italy, 45-44. The bronze medal went to Italy, 45-38.

The top-eight individual finalists in the Katowice Women’s Foil World Cup include Inna Deriglazova (RUS, gold), Leonie Ebert (GER, silver), Arianna Errigo (ITA, bronze), Lee Kiefer (USA, bronze), Pauline Ranvier (FRA), Larisa Korobeynikova (RUS), Anastasiia Ivanova (RUS) and Francesca Palumbo (ITA).

The top-eight countries in the women’s team foil event include France (gold), USA (silver), Italy (bronze), Russia, Germany, Canada, Poland and Korea.

Complete and official results for the event may be found here on the FIE web site.
 

ABOUT THE FIE
The International Fencing Federation (FIE – Fédération Internationale d’Escrime) is the world governing body for the sport of fencing, part of the Olympic Games since 1896. The FIE currently has 153 affiliated member federations representing the sport on all five continents. The headquarters of the FIE are in Lausanne, Switzerland. The mission of the FIE is to actively promote the development of fencing throughout the world, and to educate people from all walks of life about the values intrinsic to fencing: Clean Sport, Fair Play, gender equality, hard work, and excellence.
 

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Italy’s Foconi and Team Russia Win Gold at Paris Men’s Foil Fencing World Cup

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Italy’s Foconi and Team Russia Win Gold at Paris Men’s Foil Fencing World Cup

 

PARIS, France, January 13, 2019—Italy’s world champion fencer Alessio Foconi has scored gold at the Challenge International de Paris (CIP) Men’s Foil World Cup, and Russia took the gold for the men’s team foil event. The competition, which took place at the Stade Pierre de Coubertin, featured more than 250 top-ranked individual fencers and 30 teams participating.

Foconi faced USA’s Gerek Meinhardt in the final match, winning with a 15-12 result. Meinhardt beat Italy’s Giorgio Avola in the semi-final, 15-13, while Foconi defeated USA’s Race Imboden, 15-12. Notably, Avola defeated his teammate and Olympic gold medallist, Daniele Garozzo, in the quarter-finals, 15-12.

In men’s team foil, Russia scored the gold medal against Italy, 45-40. Italy beat Korea in the semi-final, 45-33, and Russia overcame USA, 45-36. The USA team took the bronze medal over Korea, 45-41.

The top-eight individual finalists in the Challenge International de Paris Men’s Foil World Cup include Alessio Foconi (ITA, gold), Gerek Meinhardt (USA, silver), Giorgio Avola (ITA, bronze), Race Imboden (USA, bronze), Daniele Garozzo (ITA), Alexander Massialas (USA), Erwann Le Pechoux (FRA) and Edoardo Luperi (ITA).

The top-eight countries in the men’s team foil event include Russia (gold), Italy (silver), USA (bronze), Korea, France, Japan, Hong Kong and Poland.

Complete and official results for the event may be found here on the FIE web site. Official video interviews with the winners are available below:

Individual event: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYv9pFMwxWE&index=2&list=PLdNA_ybrJjfmhUvaBK_m67f6GoxTawrwj
 
Team event:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YgWcpvE5Fcs&list=PLdNA_ybrJjfmhUvaBK_m67f6GoxTawrwj&index=1
 

ABOUT THE FIE
The International Fencing Federation (FIE – Fédération Internationale d’Escrime) is the world governing body for the sport of fencing, part of the Olympic Games since 1896. The FIE currently has 153 affiliated member federations representing the sport on all five continents. The headquarters of the FIE are in Lausanne, Switzerland. The mission of the FIE is to actively promote the development of fencing throughout the world, and to educate people from all walks of life about the values intrinsic to fencing: Clean Sport, Fair Play, gender equality, hard work, and excellence.
 

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France’s Bardenet, Team Russia Take Gold in Heidenheim Men’s Epee World Cup

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France’s Bardenet, Team Russia Take Gold in Men’s Epee Fencing World Cup in Heidenheim

HEIDENHEIM, Germany, January 12, 2019—French fencer Alexandre Bardenet has taken gold in the first senior fencing world cup of 2019 at the Heidenheimer Pokal in Heidenheim, Germany. About 325 fencers from around the world participated in the men’s epee competition. Russia won gold for the men’s epee “Voith Cup” team event, with 37 countries competing. The event took place at Heidenheim’s Congress Centrum.

Bardenet defeated Italy’s Davide Di Veroli in the final round of the men’s individual epee event, 15-7. In the semi-finals, Di Veroli beat Japan’s Koki Kano in a close match, 9-8, while Bardenet advanced to the finals after overcoming Russia’s Georgiy Bruev, 15-11.

In the men’s team epee event, Russia took gold over Hungary in the final round, 35-30. Hungary beat Poland in the semi-final round, 41-32, while Russia edged-out Italy by a touch, 45-44. The bronze medal went to Italy, winning against Poland, 45-31.

The top-eight individual finalists in the Heidenheimer Pokal World Cup include Alexandre Bardenet (FRA, gold), Davide Di Veroli (ITA, silver), Georgiy Bruev (RUS, bronze), Koki Kano (JPN, bronze), Ido Harper (ISR), Gabriele Cimini (ITA), Jacob Hoyle (USA) and David Nagy (HUN).

Top-eight winners for the men’s team epee event include Russia (gold), Hungary (silver), Italy (bronze), Poland, Korea, USA, Israel and Switzerland.

Complete and official results for the event may be found here on the FIE web site.
 

ABOUT THE FIE
The International Fencing Federation (FIE – Fédération Internationale d’Escrime) is the world governing body for the sport of fencing, part of the Olympic Games since 1896. The FIE currently has 153 affiliated member federations representing the sport on all five continents. The headquarters of the FIE are in Lausanne, Switzerland. The mission of the FIE is to actively promote the development of fencing throughout the world, and to educate people from all walks of life about the values intrinsic to fencing: Clean Sport, Fair Play, gender equality, hard work, and excellence.
 

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UITNODIGING OLIEBOLLENTOERNOOI 13/1/2019

Word jij Oliebol van 2019???

Schermvereniging Trefpunt organiseert op zondag 13 januari weer het leuke en smakelijke Oliebollentoernooi!

Op het wapen floret zal voor de jeugd in leeftijdscategorieën worden gestreden om de eervolle titel "Oliebol van het jaar 2019".

 

Gezelligheid staat voorop tijdens dit recreatieve evenement!

 

Bij deze willen we jullie van harte uitnodigen om hieraan deel te nemen.

 

En Trefpunt zou Trefpunt niet zijn als er geen heerlijke hapjes en drankjes te verkrijgen zijn op deze dag.

 

Geef je op vóór 10 januari 2019 via email: Trefpunt@dsv.nl of de Nahouw Oliebollentoernooi

 

Hieronder volgt alle verdere informatie die je nodig hebt:

 

Datum:           zondag 13 januari 2019

 

Lokatie:          Spelhal van de Lijnbaanhal (zie routebeschrijving)

                       Baanstraat 2 te Vlaardingen

 

Categorieën:   jongens en meisjes

                       Kuikens: Iedereen geboren in 2009 of jonger

                       Benjamins: 2007+2008

                       Pupillen: 2005+2006

                       Cadetten: 2002+2003+2004

                       Junioren: 1999+2000+2001

 

Programma:    Zaal open :vanaf  09.30 uur

                       Appèl: 09.30 – 10.00 uur

                       Aanvang wedstrijd :10.00

 

Inschrijfgeld:  Euro 12,50 per deelnemer

 

Afhankelijk van het aantal deelnemers zal de wedstrijdformule worden bepaald.

 

Er wordt elektrisch geschermd!

2018 International Fencing Federation Annual Congress in Paris

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2018 International Fencing Federation Annual Congress in Paris

PARIS, France, Dec. 8, 2018—The International Fencing Federation (FIE) has completed its annual Congress meeting in Paris, France, accomplishing multiple decisions and procedures as part of its official charter. The Congress, which took place at the Paris “Pavillon d’Armenonville”, had 135 federations present or represented, as well as FIE Commissions and Councils, members of the Executive Committee and members of Honour. In addition to this year’s Congress, the FIE is also celebrating its 105th anniversary.

The theme of the 2018 Congress is “Fencing is our Future”. FIE President Alisher Usmanov said, “We have many achievements to be proud of. We have ensured that all 12 fencing disciplines will be part of the Olympic program. I consider it to be one of the most important points in the history of fencing. The organization of our major tournaments has significantly improved. We are in constant search of new ways of promoting our sport and have made great progress in this respect: testing and introducing state-of-the-art technology; improving the quality and increasing the number of television broadcasts of our competitions, and millions of people all over the world can now watch fencing.”

At this year’s Congress, the FIE ratified one new federation as a member, bringing the total number to 153. The newest nation member of the FIE world fencing family is the federation of American Samoa.

World Championship Hosts. As part of its annual Congress proceedings, several countries bid to host FIE world championship events. At this year’s Congress, the following countries have been approved for the 2021 championships:

  • Cairo, Egypt has been voted to host the Junior and Cadet Fencing World Championships
  • Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA has been voted to host the Veteran Fencing World Championships

World Rankings. Each team and individual winner for the top-level world junior and senior rankings in epee, foil and sabre as well as overall nations are awarded at the Congress. This year’s recipients of awards include the following:

  • Epee
    • Senior Team: USA (women), Korea (men)
    • Senior Individual: Mara Navarria (ITA), Yannick Borel (FRA)
    • Junior Team: Italy (women), Hungary (men)
    • Junior Individual: Federica Isola (ITA), Jakub Jurka (CZE)
  • Foil
    • Senior Team: Italy (women), USA (men)
    • Senior Individual: Inna Deriglazova (RUS), Alessio Foconi (ITA)
    • Junior Team: USA (women), France (men)
    • Junior Individual: Martina Favaretto (ITA), Tommaso Marini (ITA)
  • Sabre
    • Senior Team: France (women), Korea (men)
    • Senior Individual: Olga Kharlan (UKR), Eli Dershwitz (USA)
    • Junior Team: Russia (women), Italy (men)
    • Junior Individual: Liza Pusztai (HUN), Konstantin Lokhanov (RUS)
  • Nations Grand Prix
    • Seniors: Italy
    • Juniors: Italy

Fair Play Award. Based on the proposal of the FIE Fair Play Council, the FIE Executive Committee awards the Fair Play trophy to one or several individuals in world fencing who exhibited a significant act of fair play during the year. For 2018, the award was given to Christian Bauer (FRA), Marco Fichera (ITA) and Katharine Holmes (USA).

The list of decisions of the 2018 FIE Annual Congress will be made available on the FIE Web site.
 

ABOUT THE FIE
The International Fencing Federation (FIE – Fédération Internationale d’Escrime) is the world governing body for the sport of fencing, part of the Olympic Games since 1896. The FIE currently has 153 affiliated member federations representing the sport on all five continents. The headquarters of the FIE are in Lausanne, Switzerland. The mission of the FIE is to actively promote the development of fencing throughout the world, and to educate people from all walks of life about the values intrinsic to fencing: Clean Sport, Fair Play, gender equality, hard work, and excellence.
 

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Italy, France, Japan and Russia Take Gold in Foil and Epee World Cups in Algeria and Switzerland

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Italy, France, Japan and Russia Take Gold in Foil and Epee World Cups in Algeria and Switzerland

ALGIERS, Algeria and Berne, Switzerland, Nov. 25, 2018—Fencers from Italy, France, Japan and Russia in women’s foil and men’s epee world cups in Algeria and Switzerland took home gold in team and individual events this weekend. More than 150 women competed in the Algiers Women’s Foil World Cup by Ooredoo, while nearly 300 men competed in the Tissot Grand Prix de Berne Men’s Epee World Cup.

Algiers Women’s Foil World Cup. Italy’s Olympic gold medallist and world champion Elisa Di Francisca scored her latest win in the Algiers women’s individual foil world cup, defeating Japan’s Sera Azuma in the final match, 15-11. The win represents a comeback victory for Di Francisca, following a break from competition after winning a silver medal at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games and then becoming a mother. Di Francisca beat her teammate, Martina Batini, in the semi-final, 15-6, while Azuma overcame top-ranked Russian Olympic gold medallist and two-time world champion Inna Deriglazova, 15-12. Of note, Batini defeated current world champion Italian Alice Volpi in the quarter-finals, 15-11.

In the women’s team foil event, France edged-out Russia in the final round, 37-36. Russia beat Hungary in the semi-final, 45-26, and France overcame Italy, 45-39. The bronze medal went to Italy over Hungary, 43-36. Both events took place at the Algiers Harcha Hassan Arena.

Berne Men’s Epee World Cup. Japan’s Kazuyasu Minobe won the individual world cup gold medal in men’s epee in Berne, defeating the Netherlands’ Bas Verwijlen in the final round by priority, 9-9. Earlier this year, after winning his second world cup gold medal in Heidenheim, Germany, Minobe said, “I am aiming at an unexpected level of achievement for the future”, which was clear in his win today. Verwijlen overtook Kazakhstan’s Dmitriy Alexanin in the semi-final, 15-10, and Minobe beat Italy’s Federico Vismara, 15-11. Notably, Verwijlen beat Korean Olympic gold medallist Sangyoung Park, 15-9, in the round of 16.

In the men’s epee team event, Russia took gold in the final over Italy, 31-27. Italy overcame Korea in the semi-final round, 45-31, while Russia defeated Hungary, 45-29. Korea won the bronze medal match against Hungary, 36-28. The events took place at Berne’s Sporthalle Wankdorf.

Final Rankings. The top-eight finalists in the Algiers Women’s Foil World Cup included Elisa Di Francisca (ITA, gold), Sera Azuma (JPN, silver), Martina Batini (ITA, bronze), Inna Deriglazova (RUS, bronze), Alice Volpi (ITA), Anastasia Ivanova (RUS), Larisa Korobeynikova (RUS) and Martina Favaretto (ITA).

The top-eight women’s team foil rankings include France (gold), Russia (silver), Italy (bronze), Hungary, Germany, Japan, USA and Korea.

The top-eight finalists in the Berne Men’s Epee World Cup include Kazuyasu Minobe (JPN, gold), Bas Verwijlen (NED, silver), Dmitriy Alexanin (KAZ, bronze), Federico Vismara (ITA, bronze), Marco Fichera (ITA), Alex Fava (FRA), Lukas Bellmann (GER) and Patrick Jorgensen (DEN).

The top-eight men’s team epee rankings include Russia (gold), Italy (silver), Korea (bronze), Hungary, Switzerland, France, USA and Ukraine.

Official results are available here for the women’s foil and here for the men’s epee events, on the FIE Web site.
 

Individual medallists, Algiers women’s foil world cup.
Individual medallists, Berne men’s epee world cup.
Team medallists, Berne epee world cup.

ABOUT THE FIE
The International Fencing Federation (FIE – Fédération Internationale d’Escrime) is the world governing body for the sport of fencing, part of the Olympic Games since 1896. The FIE currently has 153 affiliated member federations representing the sport on all five continents. The headquarters of the FIE are in Lausanne, Switzerland. The mission of the FIE is to actively promote the development of fencing throughout the world, and to educate people from all walks of life about the values intrinsic to fencing: Clean Sport, Fair Play, gender equality, hard work, and excellence.
 

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Scherm-vakantie op château le Sablou?

Stelt u zich eens voor….

Uw vereniging verblijft exclusief op een Frans landgoed met eeuwenoude gebouwen en schermt in een waar filmdecor.

En, waarom ook niet, gebruikt dat filmdecor voor een eigen en unieke productie.

Het kan op château le Sablou, tot en met gebruik van onze Pleyel uit 1906 die in de kapel op u wacht.

 

Daarnaast geniet u vakantie op een werkelijk bijzondere locatie in de Dordogne, met tal van ‘hotspots’ in de nabije omgeving.

 

Hoe ziet dat er dan uit? 

De bijlage geeft u een beeld. 

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Korea Scores Double Gold at Algiers Men’s Sabre Fencing World Cup

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Korea Scores Double Gold at Algiers Men’s Sabre Fencing World Cup

ALGIERS, Algeria, Nov. 18, 2018—Korea took both gold medals at the 2018 Algiers Men’s Sabre World Cup by Ooredoo, in individual and team events. It was the first men’s sabre World Cup of the 2018-2019 International Fencing Federation (FIE) competition season, drawing more than 160 top-level men’s sabre fencers from around the world. The competition took place at the Algiers  Harcha Hassan Arena.

The individual men’s sabre gold medal went to Korea’s Hansol Ha, who beat Italy’s Luigi Samele in the final, 15-9. Both finallists fenced their respective teammates in the semi-final round, with Samele defeating Enrico Berre’, 15-13, and Ha overtaking two-time Grand Prix winner Sanguk Oh, 15-10.

In the men’s team sabre event, Korea overcame Russia in the final match, 45-31. The Russian team beat Italy in a close semi-final match, 45-43, while Korea won against Germany, 45-40. Germany narrowly defeated Italy for the bronze medal, 45-44.

The top-eight individual men’s sabre ranking includes Hansol Ha (KOR, gold), Luigi Samele (ITA, silver), Enrico Berre’ (ITA, bronze), Sanguk Oh (KOR, bronze), Bolade Apithy (FRA), Sandro Bazadze (FIE), Tiberiu Dolniceanu (ROU) and Konstantin Lokhanov (RUS).

The top-eight men’s sabre teams include Korea (gold), Russia (silver), Germany (bronze), Italy, Hungary, Romania, Iran and FIE.

Official results are available here, on the FIE Web site.
 

ABOUT THE FIE
The International Fencing Federation (FIE – Fédération Internationale d’Escrime) is the world governing body for the sport of fencing, part of the Olympic Games since 1896. The FIE currently has 153 affiliated member federations representing the sport on all five continents. The headquarters of the FIE are in Lausanne, Switzerland. The mission of the FIE is to actively promote the development of fencing throughout the world, and to educate people from all walks of life about the values intrinsic to fencing: Clean Sport, Fair Play, gender equality, hard work, and excellence.
 

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FW: Uitnodiging 2de Jeugdprijs Stad Leuven

 

 

 

Beste,

In bijlage vindt u de uitnodiging voor de 2de Jeugdprijs Stad Leuven, een internationaal toernooi voor poussins, pupillen en miniemen, georganiseerd door schermclub Parcival op zaterdag 12 januari 2019.
Het tornooi, met wedstrijden voor de drie wapens, maakt deel uit van het Circuit Jong Lemmet.

Aarzel niet ons te contacteren bij verdere vragen, wij hopen jullie in grote getale te mogen begroeten.

met vriendelijke groeten,

Tom Pijnenborg
secretaris

 
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