Hungary and France Take Team Epee Gold on Final Day of Junior and Cadet Fencing World Championships in Poland

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Hungary and France Take Team Epee Gold on Final Day of Junior and Cadet Fencing World Championships in Poland

TORUN, Poland, April 14, 2019—Junior men’s and women’s epee teams from Hungary and France scored gold on the last of nine days of fencing competition at the 2019 Junior and Cadet Fencing World Championships in Torun, Poland. There were 41 men’s and 31 women’s international epee teams participating. The Closing Ceremony for the Championships featured the official FIE flag being passed from the Polish Fencing Federation to USA Fencing, who will host the Junior and Cadet Fencing World Championships in Salt Lake City in April, 2020.

In the junior men’s team epee event, Hungary faced the USA in the final round, taking the gold with a score of 45-31. USA beat France in a close semi-final, 45-44, and Hungary overcame Russia, 45-26. The bronze medal went to France against Russia, 45-43.

France overcame Russia in a close junior women’s team epee gold-medal match, 45-43. Russia defeated USA in the semi-final round, 45-42, and France beat Switzerland by a single point, 45-44. Switzerland took the bronze medal over USA, 45-38.

Final ranking in junior men’s team epee included Hungary (gold), USA (silver), France (bronze), Russia, Italy, Poland, Czech Republic and Spain. Junior women’s team epee ranking included France (gold), Russia (silver), Switzerland (bronze), USA, Italy, Hungary, Poland and Czech Republic.

Complete results may be found here on the FIE web site.

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Italy’s Piatti, Hungary’s Muhari Score Gold in Cadet Epee at 2019 Junior and Cadet Fencing World Championships in Poland

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Italy’s Piatti, Hungary’s Muhari Score Gold in Cadet Epee at 2019 Junior and Cadet Fencing World Championships in Poland

TORUN, Poland, April 13, 2019—Italy’s Enrico Piatti and Hungary’s Eszter Muhari won individual cadet epee gold medals at the 2019 Junior and Cadet Fencing World Championships on the eighth of nine days of competition in Torun, Poland. There were 144 men and 118 women participating in the day’s events.

Piatti fenced his teammate, Dario Remondini, in the final match of men’s individual epee, winning with a 15-6 score. Remondini beat Finland’s Akseli Heinamaa in the semi-final match, 15-10, and Piatti overcame Russia’s Kirill Gurov, 15-9.

In women’s individual epee it was a close final, with Muhari defeating Italy’s Gaia Caforio by a touch, 15-14. Caforio eliminated Poland’s Zofia Janelli in the semi-final, 15-12, and Muhari won against her teammate, Lili Buki, 15-10.

The final eight in cadet men’s epee included Enrico Piatti (ITA, gold), Dario Remondini (ITA, silver), Kirill Gurov (RUS, bronze), Akseli Heinamaa (FIN, bronze), Simone Mencarelli (ITA), Vladimir Tolasov (RUS), Zsombor Keszthelyi (HUN) and Mark Semanenka (BLR).

The final ranking in cadet women’s epee included Eszter Muhari (HUN, gold), Gaia Caforio (ITA, silver), Lili Buki (HUN, bronze), Zofia Janelli (POL, bronze), Yeva Mazur (UKR), Junyao Tang (CHN), Anna Liakhova (RUS) and Anastasia Balyagina (RUS).

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France’s Philippe, Italy’s Isola Win Junior Epee Gold at 2019 Junior and Cadet Fencing World Championships in Poland

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France’s Philippe, Italy’s Isola Win Junior Epee Gold at 2019 Junior and Cadet Fencing World Championships in Poland

TORUN, Poland, April 12, 2019—France’s Arthur Philippe and Italy’s Federica Isola took individual junior epee gold medals at the 2019 Junior and Cadet Fencing World Championships on the seventh of nine days of competition in Torun, Poland. In all, 195 men and 157 women participated in the day’s events.

Philippe fenced Italy’s Davide Di Veroli in the final round of the individual junior men’s epee competition, winning by two touches with a 15-13 score. Di Veroli overcame his teammate, Gianpaolo Buzzacchino, in the semi-final match, 15-10, and Philippe beat Azerbaijan’s Ruslan Hasanov, 15-7.

Isola and her teammate, Gaia Traditi, faced each other in the gold-medal round of individual junior women’s epee, with Isola winning, 15-12. Traditi eliminated USA’s Greta Candreva in the semi-final, 15-10, while Isola defeated Korea’s Sieun Kim by a single point, 15-14.

The final eight in junior men’s epee included Arthur Philippe (FRA, gold), Davide Di Veroli (ITA, silver), Gianpaolo Buzzacchino (ITA, bronze), Ruslan Hasanov (AZE, bronze), David Nagy (HUN), Seraphim Hsieh Jarov (CAN), Stephen Ewart (USA) and Taeyeong An (KOR).

The final ranking in junior women’s epee included Federica Isola (ITA, gold), Gaia Traditi (ITA, silver), Greta Candreva (USA, bronze), Kim Sieun (KOR, bronze), Emily Vermeule (USA), Karoline Loit (EST), Evgeniya Zharkova (RUS) and Beatrice Cagnin (ITA).

Full results may be found here on the FIE web site.           

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Russia Wins Double Team Foil Gold at Junior and Cadet Fencing World Championships in Poland

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Russia Wins Double Team Foil Gold at Junior and Cadet Fencing World Championships in Poland

TORUN, Poland, April 11, 2019—Junior men’s and women’s foil teams from Russia took both gold medals on the sixth of nine days of fencing competition at the 2019 Junior and Cadet Fencing World Championships in Torun, Poland. There were 33 men’s and 28 women’s international foil teams participating.

Russia faced France in the final match of junior men’s team foil, with Russia taking the gold, 45-38. France beat Italy in the semi-finals, 40-36, while Russia overcame USA, 45-32. Italy took the bronze medal over USA, 45-40.

In junior women’s team foil, Russia defeated Japan, 39-32, in the gold-medal round. Japan beat France in the semi-final round, 44-32, and Russia eliminated Korea, 45-33. The bronze medal went to Korea over France, 45-42.

Final ranking in junior men’s team foil included Russia (gold), France (silver), Italy (bronze), USA, Japan, Poland, Great Britain and Singapore. Junior women’s team foil ranking included Russia (gold), Japan (silver), Korea (bronze), France, Canada, Singapore, USA and Germany.

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Russia’s Barannikov, USA’s Scruggs Win Cadet Foil Gold at 2019 Junior and Cadet Fencing World Championships in Poland

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Russia’s Barannikov, USA’s Scruggs Win Cadet Foil Gold at 2019 Junior and Cadet Fencing World Championships in Poland

TORUN, Poland, April 10, 2019—Russia’s Egor Barannikov and USA’s Lauren Scruggs won gold medals in individual cadet foil at the 2019 Junior and Cadet Fencing World Championships on the fifth of nine days of competition in Torun, Poland. The field of players included 121 men and 112 women competing in the day’s events.

Barannikov fenced France’s Paul Antoine De Belval in the gold-medal final of cadet men’s individual foil, winning with a 15-12 score. De Belval beat Italian Giuseppe Franzoni in the semi-final, 15-12, while Barannikov defeated China’s Jie Xu, 15-11.

For Scruggs, it was her second world championship victory in two days, having won junior women’s individual foil on the preceding evening. For this evening’s cadet women’s individual foil final, she faced Korea’s Sein Hong, winning the gold with a 15-9 score. Sein overcame Russia’s Valeriya Rassolova in the semi-final round by a single touch, 15-14, and Scruggs beat Italian Margherita Lorenzi, 15-10.

The final eight in cadet men’s foil included Egor Barannikov (RUS, gold), Paul Antoine De Belval (FRA, silver), Giuseppe Franzoni (ITA, bronze), Jie Xu (CHN, bronze), Valerian Castanie (FRA), Cameron Evans (GBR), Jean Guillaume (FRA) and Andor Istvan Mihalyi (HUN).

The final eight ranking in cadet women’s foil included Lauren Scruggs (USA, gold), Sein Hong (KOR, silver), Margherita Lorenzi (ITA, bronze), Valeriya Rassolova (RUS, bronze), Jessica Zi Jia Guo (CAN), Lucia Tortelotti (ITA), Zander Rhodes (USA) and Maia Mei Weintraub (USA).

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Russia’s Borodachev, USA’s Scruggs Win Junior Foil Gold at 2019 Junior and Cadet Fencing World Championships in Poland

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Russia’s Borodachev, USA’s Scruggs Win Junior Foil Gold at 2019 Junior and Cadet Fencing World Championships in Poland

TORUN, Poland, April 9, 2019—Russia’s Kirill Borodachev and USA’s Lauren Scruggs won gold medals in individual junior foil at the 2019 Junior and Cadet Fencing World Championships on the fourth of nine days of competition in Torun, Poland. The field of players included 174 men and 144 women competing in the day’s events.

Borodachev faced his teammate, Vladislav Mylnikov, in the final round of individual junior men’s foil, finishing with a score of 15-12 for the victory. Mylnikov beat Japan’s Rui Fujikura in the semi-final round, 15-7, while Borodachev defeated Egypt’s Mohamed Hamza, 15-12.

Scruggs fenced Italy’s Martina Favaretto in the gold-medal match of individual junior women’s foil, winning with a 15-13 score. Favaretto eliminated Korea’s Jihee Park in the semi-final round by a single touch, 15-14, and Scruggs took another close win over Japan’s Yuka Ueno, 11-10.

The final eight in junior men’s foil included Kirill Borodachev (RUS, gold), Vladislav Mylnikov (RUS, silver), Rui Fujikura (JPN, bronze), Mohamed Hamza (EGY, bronze), Anton Borodachev (RUS), Marcello Olivares (USA), Maciej Bem (POL) and Constant Roger (FRA).

The final eight ranking in junior women’s foil included Lauren Scruggs (USA, gold), Martina Favaretto (ITA, silver), Jihee Park (KOR, bronze), Yuka Ueno (JPN, bronze), Leonie Ebert (GER), Sera Azuma (JPN), Marta Ricci (ITA) and Elena Petrova (RUS).

Full results may be found here on the FIE web site.  

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Italy and Hungary Take Team Sabre Gold at Junior and Cadet Fencing World Championships in Poland

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Italy and Hungary Take Team Sabre Gold at Junior and Cadet Fencing World Championships in Poland

TORUN, Poland, April 8, 2019—Junior men’s and women’s sabre teams from Italy and Hungary took gold medals on the third of nine days of fencing competition at the 2019 Junior and Cadet Fencing World Championships in Torun, Poland. There were 31 men’s and 25 women’s international sabre teams participating.

In the junior men’s team event, Italy faced Russia in the final round, winning with a 45-39 score. The Russian team beat USA in the semi-final round, 45-42, and Italy defeated France, 45-43. The USA team scored a bronze-medal victory against France, 45-40.

In junior women’s team sabre, Hungary eliminated Germany in the final round to win with a 45-43 score. Germany overcame Italy in the semi-finals, 45-43, and Hungary narrowly beat USA by a single touch, 45-44. Italy took the bronze medal, 45-34.

Final ranking in junior men’s team sabre included Italy (gold), Russia (silver), USA (bronze), France, Spain, Great Britain, Germany and Romania. Junior women’s team sabre ranking included Hungary (gold), Germany (silver), Italy (bronze), USA, Korea, France, Bulgaria and Russia.

Complete results may be found here on the FIE web site.

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Ukraine’s Humen, Hungary’s Szucs Win Gold at Junior and Cadet Fencing World Championships in Poland

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Ukraine’s Humen, Hungary’s Szucs Win Gold at Junior and Cadet Fencing World Championships in Poland

TORUN, Poland, April 7, 2019— On the second of nine days of competition at the 2019 Junior and Cadet Fencing World Championships in Torun, Poland, Ukraine’s Vasyl Humen and Hungary’s Luca Szucs scored gold victories in men’s and women’s individual cadet sabre. Fencers from around the world participated in the tournaments, with 108 men and 82 women competing in the day’s events.

Humen defeated Italy’s Giorgio Marciano in the final round of the individual cadet men’s sabre event, 15-10, to take the gold medal. Marciano beat USA’s Donghwan Park in the semi-final round, 15-11, while Humen eliminated Korea’s Dohun Lee, 15-13.

In the individual cadet women’s sabre competition, Szucs scored gold by defeating USA’s Chloe Gouhin in the final round, 15-10. Gouhin faced her teammate, Honor Johnson, in the semi-final, winning with a 15-10 score, while Szucs beat Italy’s Benedetta Fusetti, 15-11.

Final ranking in individual cadet men’s sabre included Vasyl Humen (UKR, gold), Giorgio Marciano (ITA, silver), Dohun Lee (KOR, bronze), Donghwan Park (USA, bronze), Artem Terekhov (RUS), Byungsoo Kim (KOR), Pazilbek Genjebaev (UZB) and Dmitriy Nasonov (RUS).

Individual cadet women’s sabre ranking included Luca Szucs (HUN, gold), Chloe Gouhin (USA, silver), Benedetta Fusetti (ITA, bronze), Honor Johnson (USA, bronze), Sugar Katinka Battai (HUN), Amalia Aime (FRA), Sebin Kim (KOR) and Candela Belen Espinosa Veloso (ARG).

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Italy’s Roma, Russia’s Mikhailova Win on Opening of Junior & Cadet Fencing World Championships

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Italy’s Roma, Russia’s Mikhailova Win Gold on Opening Night of 2019 Junior and Cadet Fencing World Championships in Poland

TORUN, Poland, April 6, 2019—On the opening night of the 2019 Junior and Cadet Fencing World Championships in Torun, Poland, Italy’s Lorenzo Roma and Russia’s Alina Mikhailova won gold medals in junior men’s and women’s individual sabre. The competition took place at the Arena Torun, with 147 men and 116 women participating in the two events. In all, 18 events will take place over nine days.

Roma faced Romania’s George Dragomir in the final of junior men’s individual sabre, finishing with a 15-8 score to win the gold medal. Dragomir defeated Italy’s Giacomo Mignuzzi in the semi-final, 15-9, while Roma overcame USA’s Mitchell Saron, 15-6.

In junior women’s sabre, Mikhailova beat Mexico’s Natalia Botello, 15-10, in the gold-medal round; Botello took the silver last year in the same event in Verona, Italy. In the semi-finals, Botello eliminated Bulgaria’s Yoana Ilieva, 15-13, while Mikhailova beat Italy’s Benedetta Taricco, 15-10.

Prior to the sabre competition, opening ceremonies were held with Polish and FIE dignitaries. Officials from Poland included the Mayor of Torun, Michal Zaleski; Piotr Nowacki, advisor to the Polish President of the Republic; Marcin Czyzniewski, Chairman of the Torun City Council; and Zbigniew Fiderewicz, Deputy Mayor of Torun and Championship Organising Committee Chairman. FIE officials included Emmanuel Katsiadakis (MH, GRE), FIE Secretary-General; Ana Pascu (MH, ROU), FIE Vice-President; and FIE Executive Committee members Jacek Bierkowski (POL), Velichka Hristeva (BUL), and Aldo Montano (ITA).

The final eight in men’s junior sabre included Lorenzo Roma (ITA, gold), George Dragomir (ROU, silver), Giacomo Mignuzzi (ITA, bronze), Mitchell Saron (USA, bronze), Arne De Ridder (BEL), Kirill Tyulyukov (RUS), Kamar Skeete (USA) and Bakdaulet Kuralbekuly (KAZ).

The final eight ranking in women’s junior sabre included Alina Mikhailova (RUS, gold), Natalia Botello (MEX, silver), Yoana Ilieva (BUL, bronze), Benedetta Taricco (ITA, bronze), Lika Jijieishvili (GEO), Liza Pusztai (HUN), Dariya Drozd (RUS) and Edith Johnson (USA).

Full results may be found here on the FIE web site.

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