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2014 Fencing World Championship: W Team Epee: Bronze Match

Anchored by the newly crowned World Champ, Rossella Fiamingo (ITA) who ran up 14 points in the final match-up, after Hungary led from the start, to win 45-37.

2014 Fencing World Championship: M Team Epee: Bronze Match

With the Swiss team ace, Max Heinzer, out due to injury in the semi-final, reserve Peer Borsky steps in to anchor the team and has the match of his life putting up 10 points defensive points helping the Swiss claim Bronze over Russian 23-21.

2014 Fencing World Championship: W Team Epee: Gold Match

For the third straight year win Epee Team Gold (five in total), defeating Estonia 40-29. Estonia gets it’s first team medal since 2002, which was Silver as well.

2014 Fencing World Championship: M Team Epee: Gold Match

Led by the newly crowned World Champ, Ulrich Robeiri and Gauthier Grumier, France comes back from an early deficit to win their 20th title since 1934. Defeating the higher ranked South Korean team 45-39.

2014 World Fencing Championships: Kazan, Russia: Male And Female Epee: Semifinals & Finals

One of the major sporting events of the year 2014 – World Fencing Championships – will be hosted in Kazan on July 15th through 23rd. Over 800 fencers from 100 countries and 170 teams are expected to come to the capital of Tatarstan.

2014 Fencing World Championship: W Team Foil: Bronze Match

After a slow start the French Women ran away with it 45-35 over South Korea.

2014 Fencing World Championship: M Team Foil: Bronze Match

Last years defending champs Italy had to settle for Bronze this season, as they crush Russia 45-29, even newly crowned champ Alexey Cheremisinov (RUS) couldn’t help much.

2014 Fencing World Championship: W Team Foil: Gold Match

Lead by two time champion Arianna Errigo, Italy wins their third straight team championship (17th total) defeating Russia 45-39.

2014 Fencing World Championship: M Team Foil: Gold Match

After winning the European Championship this year, Team France goes on to win their first Team Foil Championship since 2007, crushing China 45-25

2014 World Fencing Championships: Kazan, Russia: Male And Female Foil: Semifinals & Finals

One of the major sporting events of the year 2014 – World Fencing Championships – will be hosted in Kazan on July 15th through 23rd. Over 800 fencers from 100 countries and 170 teams are expected to come to the capital of Tatarstan.

2014 Fencing World Championship: M Team Sabre: Bronze Match

The Olympic Champ, Aron Szilagyi (HUN) claws back nine points from the just crowned World Champ Nikolay Kovalev (RUS), to give Hungary the Bronze, 45-43.

2014 Fencing World Championship: W Team Sabre: Bronze Match

Fuel by two time World Champ Olga Kharlan, who scored ten points in the final round to give the win to Ukraine, 45-42 over Italy

2014 Fencing World Championship: W Team Sabre: Gold Match

Team USA, led by two time Olympic and five time Senior World Champion Mariel Zagunis, who closed it out 45-39, won their 3rd championship title (2000, 2008, 2014), defeating France.

2014 Fencing World Championship: M Team Sabre: Gold Match

For the first time, starting in 1930, the German Sabre team have become the World Champions, coming back from a slow start to beat Korean, 45-41. Anchored by 2009 individual champion Nicolas Limbach.

2014 World Fencing Championships: Kazan, Russia: Male And Female Sabre: Semifinals & Finals

One of the major sporting events of the year 2014 – World Fencing Championships – will be hosted in Kazan on July 15th through 23rd. Over 800 fencers from 100 countries and 170 teams are expected to come to the capital of Tatarstan.

2014 Fencing World Championship: Women’s Epee: Fiamingo wins

Rossella Fiamingo (ITA) defeats 2008 Olympic Champ, Britta Heidemann (GER) 15-11, with seconds left on the clock to become the Women’s Epee World Champ.

2014 Fencing World Championship: Men’s Epee: Robeiri wins

10th ranked Ulrich Robeiri (FRA) becomes the champion at 15-11 as 27th ranked Park Kyoungdoo (KOR) gets a Silver medal to go with his 2011 Bronze.

2014 World Fencing Championships: Kazan, Russia: Male And Female Epee: Semifinals & Finals

One of the major sporting events of the year 2014 – World Fencing Championships – will be hosted in Kazan on July 15th through 23rd. Over 800 fencers from 100 countries and 170 teams are expected to come to the capital of Tatarstan.

2014 Fencing World Championship: Men’s Foil: Cheremisinova wins

5th ranked, and 2012 European Champ, Alexey Cheremisinov (RUS) gets the better of top ranked Ma Jianfei (CHN), 15-11 to become the Men’s Foil Champion.

2014 Fencing World Championship: Women’s Foil: Errigo wins

Defending Champ, Arianna Errigo (ITA) successfully defends her title against Martina Batini (ITA) with 8 unanswered points to win 15-7.

2014 World Fencing Championships: Kazan, Russia: Male And Female Fleuret: Semifinals & Finals

One of the major sporting events of the year 2014 – World Fencing Championships – will be hosted in Kazan on July 15th through 23rd. Over 800 fencers from 100 countries and 170 teams are expected to come to the capital of Tatarstan.

2014 Fencing World Championship: Women’s Saber: Gold Match: Kharlan Wins

Olga Kharlan (UKR) beat the American Mariel Zagunis in the Women’s Sabre Gold Match, and remains the Women’s Sabre Champ with a score of 12-15.

2014 Fencing World Championship: Men’s Saber: Gold Match: Kovalev Wins

Nikolay Kovalev (RUS) takes home the Gold for Russia in the Men’s Sabre event with a score of 7-15.

2014 World Fencing Championships: Kazan, Russia: Female Sabre And Men’s Sabre: Semifinals & Finals

One of the major sporting events of the year 2014 – World Fencing Championships – will be hosted in Kazan on July 15th through 23rd. Over 800 fencers from 100 countries and 170 teams are expected to come to the capital of Tatarstan.

USA Fencing Team Travels to Senior Worlds

Miles Chamley-Watson (Nicole Jomantas/USA Fencing) (Colorado Springs, Colo.) – The USA Fencing Team had one of its most successful Senior World Championships in 2013 and Team USA’s medalists will be back for more in Kazan, Russia from July 15-23. Individual preliminary rounds will take place from July 15-17 for athletes ranked outside the top 16 […]

2013 World Combat Games: Women’s Fencing Sabre final

Olympic champ Jiyeon Kim (KOR) defeated her teammate Rajin Lee (KOR) in the women’s final with a score of 15:11. Lee looked to rally back late but Kim was able to score 3 unanswered points for the win.

2013 World Combat Games: Men’s Fencing Epee final

The 2 time world champion Nikiolai Novosjolov (EST) beat swordsman Gabor Gyula Boczko (HUN) in impressive fashion, winning with a final score of 15:6.

2013 FIE Fencing World Championship: Ukraine becomes Sabre Champs

n the Women’s Team Sabre Gold Medal match, Down 9 points going into the 8th round, the Ukraine battle back to beat Russia by just 1 point with a final score of 45-44. Controversy surrounded the final round during a well timed Russian injury.

2013 FIE Fencing World Championship: Italy becomes Foil Champs

In the Men’s Team Foil Final, Italy defeated Team USA 45-33 . Italy is the reigning Olympic champions and has collected the most world championship medals of any team.

2013 FIE Fencing World Championship: USA wins Sabre Bronze

In the Women’s Team Sabre Bronze Medal match, USA defeated Italy with a final of 45-30. USA lead 10-0 after the first 2 rounds going but Italy fought back to make it a close game in the 3rd. The USA won the closing rounds to get the victory.

2013 FIE Fencing World Championship: France wins Foil Bronze

In the Men’s Team Foil Final, France won over Russia with a final score of 45-40. France lead after the first round and were able to hold off a tough surge from Russia in the 6th round.

2013 FIE Fencing World Championships: Team Men’s Foil & Women’s Sabre

Officially almost one thousand competitors of 106 countries will be participating in the event. Men’s epee is the most popular weapon: the Organizing Commitee recieved 218 nominations in singles’, while 41 countries will take part in teams’ competition. The least are the Ladies in foil with 83 fencers and 18 teams. Men’s foil category has 152, Ladies’ epee has 140 participants, while in men’s sabre there are 130, in Ladies’ there are 109 nominations.

2013 FIE Fencing World Championship: Hungary becomes Epee Champs

In the Men’s Team Epee Final, Team Hungary wins it for the home crowd, 42-38 over the Ukraine, Hungary was 3rd last year.

2013 FIE Fencing World Championship: Hungary becomes Epee Champs

In the Men’s Team Epee Final, Team Hungary wins it for the home crowd, 42-38 over the Ukraine, Hungary was 3rd last year.

2013 FIE Fencing World Championship: Russia becomes Epee Champs

In the Women’s Team Epee Final, In a surprisingly passive final, Team Russia gets the better of the Olympic champs, 34-28.

2013 FIE Fencing World Championship: Fencing bodycheck

In the Women’s Team Epee Bronze Medal match, with time running out for France, Jacques Andre charges Branza (ROU) and both end up on the floor, no score. Branza would recover for the final second to claim the win.

2013 FIE Fencing World Championship: France wins Epee Bronze

In the Men’s Team Epee Bronze Medal match, France claims the bronze, as they slowly pulled away from Poland to win 45-35.

2013 FIE Fencing World Championship: Romania wins Epee Bronze

In the Women’s Team Epee Bronze Medal match, Romania gave up an early lead, but in the final round they took it back, and France fell apart, losing 28-32 as Romania takes the bronze.

2013 FIE Fencing World Championships: Individual Competition

Officially almost one thousand competitors of 106 countries will be participating in the event. Men’s epee is the most popular weapon: the Organizing Commitee recieved 218 nominations in singles’, while 41 countries will take part in teams’ competition. The least are the Ladies in foil with 83 fencers and 18 teams. Men’s foil category has 152, Ladies’ epee has 140 participants, while in men’s sabre there are 130, in Ladies’ there are 109 nominations.

2013 FIE Fencing World Championship: Russia wins Team Saber

In the Men’s Team Sabre Final, Russia soon claimed the lead and held on for the gold, winning 45-38.

2013 FIE Fencing World Championship: Korea wins Sabre Bronze

In the Men’s Team Sabre Bronze Medal match, despite a great run by Buikevich, too many blank rounds gives Korea the win, 45-31 over Belarus.

2013 FIE Fencing World Championship: Italy wins Team Foil

In the Women’s Team Foil Final, the defending champs and Olympic champs win again, defeating France 45-18.

2013 FIE Fencing World Championship: Russia wins Foil Bronze

In the Women’s Team Foil Bronze Medal match, Korea started with a lead, but then fell apart in the final rounds, giving Russia the Brinze 45-38.

2013 FIE Fencing World Championship: Olga Kharlan wins Sabre

In the Women’s Sabre Final, Four time European champ Olga Kharlan (UKR) gets the win in a seesaw battle with Ekaterina Dyachenko (RSA) 15-12, Dyachenko had eliminated American star Mariel Zagunis earlier.

2013 FIE Fencing World Championship: Chamley-Watson wins Foil

In the Men’s Foil Final, Miles Chamley-Watson (USA) defeats Artur Akhmatkhuzin (RUS) 15-6 to become the first American man to ever become World Champ, and only the second to ever medal.

2013 FIE Fencing World Championship: Chamley Watson wins Semi

In the Men’s Foil, Miles Chamley Watson (USA) defeats Volitre Aspromonte (FRA) 15-9 in the first round and advances to the final, he’s the second American man to win a championship medal.

2013 FIE Fencing World Championships: Individual Events: Men’s Foil & Women’s Sabre

Officially almost one thousand competitors of 106 countries will be participating in the event. Men’s epee is the most popular weapon: the Organizing Commitee recieved 218 nominations in singles’, while 41 countries will take part in teams’ competition. The least are the Ladies in foil with 83 fencers and 18 teams. Men’s foil category has 152, Ladies’ epee has 140 participants, while in men’s sabre there are 130, in Ladies’ there are 109 nominations.

2013 FIE Fencing World Championship: Wheel Chair Fencing

J. Tian (CHN) gets the win in the Men’s Epee Handicap A.

2013 FIE Fencing World Championship: Beljajeva wins Women’s Epee

In the Women’s Epee final, 21 year old Julia Beljajeva (EST) scores her first world championship title, just barely beating Anna Sivkova (RUS), who has an Olympic team medal (2004), 15-14.

2013 FIE Fencing World Championship: Novosjolov wins Men’s Epee

In the Men’s Epee final, The Olympic champ Ruben Limardo (VEN) is bested by the 2010 World Champ Nikolai Novosjolov (EST), who wins his second title, 15-7.

2013 FIE Fencing World Championships: Individual Competition

Officially almost one thousand competitors of 106 countries will be participating in the event. Men’s epee is the most popular weapon: the Organizing Commitee recieved 218 nominations in singles’, while 41 countries will take part in teams’ competition. The least are the Ladies in foil with 83 fencers and 18 teams. Men’s foil category has 152, Ladies’ epee has 140 participants, while in men’s sabre there are 130, in Ladies’ there are 109 nominations.

2013 FIE Fencing World Championship: Fencing splits

In the semi-final foil match with Elisa Di Francisca (ITA), Carolin Golubytskyi (GER) slides down to a perfect split while defending. Was she just going with the flow or tricking the ref to call time?

2013 FIE Fencing World Championship: Fencing punch out

In the women’s semi-final foil match, Elisa Di Francisca (ITA) accidentally punches Carolin Golubytskyi (GER) in the nose with the guard of her foil. Golubytski would recover and win the match.

2013 FIE Fencing World Championship: Errigo wins Women’s Foil

In the Women’s Foil final, Arianna Errigo (ITA) finally gets her gold, after taking silver in the Olympics, defeating Carolin Golubytskyi (GER) with a score of 15-8 in just one round.

2013 FIE Fencing World Championship: Reshetnikov wins Men’s Sabre

It was an all Russian Men’s Sabre final, as Veniamin Reshetnikov defeated his fellow teammate and Olympic bronze medalist, Nikolay Kovalev, 15-13.

 
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