Russia’s Deriglazova, Italy’s Garozzo, Italy and USA Teams Win Gold in Cairo Foil Fencing World Cup

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Russia’s Deriglazova, Italy’s Garozzo, Italy and USA Teams Win Gold in Cairo Foil Fencing World Cup

CAIRO, Egypt, March 3, 2019—Russia’s Inna Deriglazova and Italy’s Daniele Garozzo won gold in individual women’s and men’s foil at the Cairo Foil Fencing World Cup, and Italy and USA took gold medals in women’s and men’s team foil. Taking place at the Cairo Stadium, more than 175 men and 140 women competed in the events, along with 21 men’s and 14 women’s international teams.

In the final match of the men’s individual foil event, Garozzo took on France’s Erwann Le Pechoux, winning with a 15-13 score. Le Pechoux fenced USA’s Alexander Massialas in the semi-final, 15-10, while Garozzo defeated his teammate, Giorgio Avola, also 15-10. Notably, world champion Italian Alessio Foconi lost to Avola in the quarter-finals, 15-10.

The final of women’s individual foil featured two-time world champion and Olympic gold medallist Deriglazova defeating Italy’s world champion, Alice Volpi, 15-7. Volpi overcame USA’s Lee Kiefer in the semi-final, 15-13, while Deriglazova beat Japan’s Sumire Tsuji, 15-10. In the quarter-finals, Volpi was victorious over Italian two-time world champion Arianna Errigo, 15-11.

USA’s men’s foil team faced France in the final round of team competition, winning with a 45-34 score. France overtook Italy in the semi-final, 45-41, and USA beat Korea, 45-43. In the match for third place, Italy won over Korea for the bronze medal, 45-35.

Italy took the gold by a single touch, 38-37, against Russia in the gold-medal round of the women’s team foil event. Russia beat France in the semi-final, 45-31, while Italy had another close win against USA, 44-43. France won the bronze medal against USA, 45-39.

The ranking for the top-eight men in the Cairo World Cup individual foil event included Daniele Garozzo (ITA, gold), Erwann Le Pechoux (FRA, silver), Giorgio Avola (ITA, bronze), Alexander Massialas (USA, bronze), Alessio Foconi (ITA), Gerek Meinhardt (USA), Nick Itkin (USA) and Kwanghyun Lee (KOR).

Rankings for the top-eight women in individual foil included Inna Deriglazova (RUS, gold), Alice Volpi (ITA, silver), Lee Kiefer (USA, bronze), Sumire Tsuji (JPN, bronze), Arianna Errigo (ITA), Iman Blow (USA), Fanny Kreiss (HUN) and Anita Blaze (FRA).

Top-eight rankings for men’s team foil included USA (gold), France (silver), Italy (bronze), Korea, Poland, Hong Kong, Russia and Germany.

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

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

 

ABOUT THE FIE
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Korea’s Oh, Russia’s Velikaya Win Gold at Cairo Sabre Fencing Grand Prix

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Korea’s Oh, Russia’s Velikaya Win Gold at Cairo Sabre Fencing Grand Prix

CAIRO, Egypt, February 24, 2019—Korea’s Sanguk Oh and Russia’s Sofya Velikaya won individual gold medals at the 2019 Cairo Sabre Grand Prix. More than 270 men’s and women’s international fencers competed in the event, which took place at the Cairo Stadium.

Oh faced Hungary’s two-time Olympic gold medallist Aron Szilagyi in the final match of the men’s competition, winning with a 15-10 score. Szilagyi was victorious over Georgia’s Sandro Bazadze in the semi-final, 15-5, and Oh overcame his teammate, Junho Kim, 15-7. Bazadze defeated USA’s top-ranked Eli Dershwitz in the quarter-final, 15-12, while Dershwitz beat Russian world champion Veniamin Reshetnikov in the round of 16 by one point, 15-14.

Top-ranked Russian two-time world champion and two-time Olympic silver medallist Sofya Velikaya was victorious over Korea’s Sooyeon Choi in the gold-medal round of the women’s event, finishing with a 15-12 score. Choi defeated Ukraine’s three-time world champion Olga Kharlan by a single point in the semi-final match, 15-14, while Velikaya scored victory in another close bout against France’s Cecilia Berder, 15-14. Notably, reigning Russian world champion, Sofia Pozdniakova, defeated USA’s two-time Olympic gold medallist and double world champion Mariel Zagunis in the round of 32, 15-8; Pozdniakova was then overtaken by China’s Yaqi Shao in the round of 16, 15-9. Shao lost to Kharlan in the quarter-finals, 15-6.

Overall top-eight ranking for the 2019 Cairo Sabre Grand Prix men’s event include Sanguk Oh (KOR, gold), Aron Szilagyi (HUN, silver), Sandro Bazadze (GEO, bronze), Junho Kim (KOR, bronze), Eli Dershwitz (USA), Max Hartung (GER), Dmitriy Danilenko (RUS) and Vincent Anstett (FRA).

Top-eight ranking for the women include Sofya Velikaya (RUS, gold), Sooyeon Choi (KOR, silver), Cecilia Berder (FRA, bronze), Olga Kharlan (UKR, bronze), Anne-Elizabeth Stone (USA), Liza Pusztai (HUN), Manon Brunet (FRA) and Yaqi Shao (CHN).

Complete results for the 2019 Cairo Sabre Grand Prix 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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Japan’s Kano, Team Russia Win Gold in Vancouver Men’s Epee Fencing World Cup

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Japan’s Kano, Team Russia Win Gold in Vancouver Men’s Epee Fencing World Cup

VANCOUVER, B.C., Canada, February 10, 2019—Japan’s Koki Kano took gold in individual men’s epee at the Coupe du Monde Peter Bakonyi World Cup in Richmond, British Columbia, and Russia scored gold in the men’s team epee event. The event drew about 200 international men’s epeeists and teams from 23 countries, and took place at the Richmond Olympic Oval, a Vancouver Winter Olympic Games venue.

Kano faced Italy’s Enrico Garozzo in the individual men’s epee final match, winning 15-7. In the semi-final round, Garozzo beat USA’s Jacob Hoyle by a single touch, 15-14, and Kano overtook France’s Alexandre Bardenet, 15-8. Taken out in the quarter-finals was Venezuela’s Olympic gold medallist, Ruben Limardo Gascon, also by Garozzo with a single touch, 15-14. Reigning Korean Olympic gold medallist Sangyoung Park was eliminated in the round of 16 by France’s Romain Cannone, 15-11, who went on to defeat by Hoyle in the quarter-finals, 15-13.

Russia fenced Israel in the final round of the men’s team epee event, winning with a 45-36 score. Israel had defeated Denmark in the semi-final round, 45-42, and Russia overcame France, 45-33. France took the bronze medal over Denmark, 45-32.

The top-eight individual finalists in the Vancouver World Cup were Koki Kano (JPN, gold), Enrico Garozzo (ITA, silver), Alexandre Bardenet (FRA, bronze), Jacob Hoyle (USA, bronze), Ruben Limardo Gascon (VEN), Dmitriy Alexanin (KAZ), Romain Cannone (FRA) and Federico Vismara (ITA).

Top-eight winners for the men’s team epee event include Russia (gold), Israel (silver), France (bronze), Denmark, USA, Ukraine, Germany and Czech Republic.

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

 

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Hong Kong Fencer Kong and Team Poland Take Gold at Barcelona Women’s Epee World Cup

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Hong Kong Fencer Kong and Team Poland Take Gold at Barcelona Women’s Epee World Cup

BARCELONA, Spain, February 10, 2019—Hong Kong’s Man Wai Vivian Kong has won her second FIE world cup in a row, taking the gold at the 43rd International “Ciutat de Barcelona” Women’s Epee World Cup. The Polish team took the team epee gold medal. More than 280 women’s epeeists and 29 teams participated in the competition, which took place at the Institut Nacional d’Educació Física de Catalunya (INEFC), a venue of the 1992 Barcelona Olympic and Paralympic Games.
 
Kong fenced Korea’s Hyein Lee in the final match, winning with a 15-12 score. Lee overcame Poland’s Aleksandra Zamachowska in the semi-final, 15-7, while Kong overtook Estonia’s Kristina Kuusk, 15-11. Kong also won the women’s epee world cup last month in Havana, Cuba.
 
In the women’s team epee event, Poland defeated Russia in the final round, 45-40. Russia beat China in the semi-final, 42-36, and Poland overcame France, 36-29. The bronze medal went to China over France, 45-38.
 
The top-eight individual finalists in the Barcelona Women’s Epee World Cup include Man Wai Vivian Kong (HKG, gold), Hyein Lee (KOR, silver), Kristina Kuusk (EST, bronze), Aleksandra Zamachowska (POL, bronze), Kelley Hurley (USA), Dorina Budai (HUN), Sera Song (KOR) and Isis Washington (USA).
 
The top-eight countries in the women’s team epee event include Poland (gold), Russia (silver), China (bronze), France, Hungary, USA, Romania and Italy. 

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

Video highlights of the Barcelona winners may be found here:

Individual: https://youtu.be/YBhY-GYgKQQ  
Team:
https://youtu.be/PTwF2bVQGxc

 

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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USA’s Imboden, Italy’s Volpi Take Gold Medals at Torino Foil Fencing Grand Prix

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USA’s Imboden, Italy’s Volpi Take Gold Medals at Torino Foil Fencing Grand Prix

TORINO, Italy, February 10, 2019—Several hundred men’s and women’s international fencers competed this weekend at the Torino, Italy FIE Foil Fencing Grand Prix, with USA’s Race Imboden and Italy’s Alice Volpi winning gold medals in individual competition. The second in a nine-event series of FIE Grand Prix fencing competition, this event took place at Torino’s Pala Alpitour (Palasport Olimpico), the largest indoor sporting arena in Italy and built originally for the 2006 Winter Olympic Games.

Imboden faced Hong Kong’s Ka Long Cheung in the final match, winning with a 15-6 score. About 220 men’s foilists competed, including several world and Olympic champion athletes. In the semi-final, Cheung defeated USA’s Gerek Meinhardt, 15-12, while Imboden overtook Italy’s world champion Alessio Foconi, 15-13. Imboden also beat Russia’s world champion Alexey Cheremisinov in the quarter-finals, 15-13. Notably, Meinhardt overtook Italian world champion Andrea Cassara in the round of 16, 15-13, and reigning Italian Olympic champion Daniele Garozzo was defeated in the round of 32 by Poland’s Michal Siess, 15-7.

With about 170 fencers dueling in the women’s individual foil event, the final match featured Italian teammates Alice Volpi and Elisa Di Francisca facing each other for the gold medal. Reigning world champion Volpi defeated world and Olympic champion Di Francisca for the gold medal, 15-9. Di Francisca beat another teammate, Francesca Palumbo, in the semi-final, 15-7, while Volpi overcame Russia’s Anastasiia Ivanova, 15-12. Palumbo defeated Russia’s two-time world and Olympic champion Inna Deriglazova in the quarter-finals, 15-5.

Overall top-eight ranking for the Torino Grand Prix men’s foil event included Race Imboden (USA, gold), Ka Long Cheung (HKG, silver), Alessio Foconi (ITA, bronze), Gerek Meinhardt (USA, bronze), Alexey Cheremisinov (RUS), Timur Safin (RUS), Alexander Massialas (USA) and Giorgio Avola (ITA).

Top-eight for the women included Alice Volpi (ITA, gold), Elisa Di Francisca (ITA, silver), Anastasiia Ivanova (RUS, bronze), Francesca Palumbo (ITA, bronze), Inna Deriglazova (RUS), Leonie Ebert (GER), Camilla Mancini (ITA) and Larisa Korobeynikova (RUS).

Additional and information for the 2019 Torino Foil Grand Prix may be found on the FIE Web site, with official results located here.
 

 

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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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USA’s Dershwitz, Team Italy Win Gold at Warsaw Men’s Sabre World Cup

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USA’s Dershwitz, Team Italy Win Gold at Warsaw Men’s Sabre World Cup

WARSAW, Poland, February 3, 2019—USA fencer Eli Dershwitz has won the individual gold medal at the 64th Warsaw “Sabre de Wolodyjowski” Men’s Sabre World Cup, and Italy won gold for the men’s team event. About 220 men’s sabre fencers along with 27 international teams took part in the competition, which took place at the Polish Olympic Committee headquarters in Warsaw.

Dershwitz faced Italy’s Luca Curatoli in the final, winning with a 15-9 score. Curatoli narrowly defeated Germany’s Max Hartung in the semi-final, 15-14, while Dershwitz had a similar win over Korea’s Sanguk Oh, 15-14. Notably, Curatoli had a close win in the quarter-finals, 15-14, against Russian world champion Veniamin Reshetnikov.

The men’s team sabre final was also very close, with Italy overcoming France for the gold medal by a single touch, 45-44. France beat Russia in the semi-final, 45-38, while Italy defeated Hungary, 45-37. Russia took the bronze medal over Hungary, 45-36.

The final eight standings in the men’s individual competition included Eli Dershwitz (USA, gold), Luca Curatoli (ITA, silver), Max Hartung (GER, bronze), Sanguk Oh (KOR, bronze), Bongil Gu (KOR), Kamil Ibragimov (RUS), Veniamin Reshetnikov (RUS) and Jonghyun Lee (KOR).

For the men’s team event, final eight rankings included Italy (gold), France (silver), Russia (bronze), Hungary, Korea, Romania, Germany and China.

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

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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 Scores Double Gold at Salt Lake City Absolute Fencing Women’s Sabre World Cup

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France Scores Double Gold at Salt Lake City Absolute Fencing Women’s Sabre World Cup  

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, USA, Jan. 27, 2019—France took both gold medals at the 2019 Absolute Fencing Gear FIE Women’s Sabre World Cup, in individual and team events. Held at Salt Lake City’s Salt Palace Convention Center, the event attracted more than 160 international women’s sabre fencers and teams from 18 countries.

The individual women’s sabre gold medal went to France’s Cecilia Berder, who overcame Hungary’s Anna Marton by a single touch, 15-14. Marton beat Italy’s Irene Vecchi in the semi-finals, 15-9, while Berder defeated Russia’s two-time world champion, Sofya Velikaya, 15-7. Notably, Korean Olympic gold medallist Jiyeon Kim was eliminated in the quarter-finals by Velikaya, 15-12, and reigning world champion Sofia Pozdniakova was defeated by Berder in the same round, 15-11.

In the women’s team sabre event, France won against Hungary in the final round, 45-42. Hungary had beaten Italy in the semi-finals, 45-37, and France prevailed over China with the same score, 45-37. The bronze medal went to Italy over China, 45-40.

The top-eight individual women’s sabre ranking at the 20189 Absolute Fencing Gear FIE Women’s Sabre World Cup included Cecilia Berder (FRA, gold), Anna Marton (HUN, silver), Irene Vecchi (ITA, bronze), Sofya Velikaya (RUS, bronze), Sofia Pozdniakova (RUS), Jiyeon Kim (KOR), Liza Pusztai (HUN) and Theodora Gkountoura (GRE).

The top-eight women’s sabre teams included France (gold), Hungary (silver), Italy (bronze), China, USA, Korea, Ukraine and Russia.

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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Russia’s Deriglazova and Team France Win Gold at St. Maur Women’s Foil Fencing World Cup

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Russia’s Deriglazova and Team France Win Gold at St. Maur Women’s Foil Fencing World Cup

St. Maur, France, January 27, 2019—Russian two-time world champion and Olympic gold medallist Inna Deriglazova has taken the gold medal at the St. Maur Women’s Foil World Cup, and team France won the gold in the women’s team foil event. The event, which took place at St. Maur’s Sport Center Pierre Brossolette, featured more than 195 international women’s foilists and 23 teams.

Deriglazova faced Italian world champion Alice Volpi in the final round of the individual event, winning with a 15-12 score. Volpi overcame teammate Francesca Palumbo in the semi-final, 15-11, and Deriglazova beat France’s Ysaora Thibus, 15-12.

In women’s team foil, France and Russia faced-off in the final round, with France taking the gold, 41-39. Russia defeated Italy in the semi-final, 45-38, while France edged-out USA by a single point, 45-44. Italy prevailed in the bronze round, defeating USA, 45-37.

The top-eight individual finalists in the St. Maur Women’s Foil World Cup included Inna Deriglazova (RUS, gold), Alice Volpi (ITA, silver), Francesca Palumbo (ITA, bronze), Ysaora Thibus (FRA, bronze), Svetlana Tripapina (RUS), Adelina Zagidullina (RUS), Jessica Zi Jia Guo (CAN) and Anita Blaze (FRA).

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

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

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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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