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INTERNATIONAL EVENT PREVIEW

10th December 2015

Eleven events taking place on this busy weekend

British fencers will take part in cadet, junior, under-23 and senior events this weekend.

Senior Men’s Sabre – Boston Grand Prix

Nine British fencers will be taking part in the men’s event in Boston this weekend.  The first round begins on Saturday at 7pm (GMT).  The round of 64 onwards will take place on Sunday.  A link to the live results will be posted here.

Senior Women’s Sabre – Boston Grand Prix

Four British fencers will line up for the women’s event in Boston on Saturday.  Fencing will begin for them at 2pm (GMT) with the round of 64 taking place on Sunday.  A link to the live results will be posted here.

Senior Men’s & Women’s Foil – Kocaeli Satellite

Three British men and two British women will take part in this satellite event in Turkey at the weekend.  No link to live results online has been found.

Under-23 & Junior Men’s Foil - Terrassa

Nine British fencers will take part in the Junior event in Spain on Saturday with two British fencers taking part in the under-23 event on Sunday.  Live results can be followed here.

Junior Women’s Foil - Lyon

Eight British fencers will compete in this event in France on Saturday.  For more information please visit the official event page.

Cadet Men’s Epee – Copenhagen

Fifteen British fencers will line up for this event in Denmark on Saturday.  You can follow the results online here.

Cadet Men’s Epee – Copenhagen

Fifteen British fencers will also line up for the women’s event in Denmark on Saturday.  You can follow the results online here.

Cadet Men’s Sabre – Eislingen

Fifteen British fencers will line up for this German event on Saturday.  Live results will be posted here.

Cadet Women’s Sabre – Eislingen

A further fourteen British fencers will line up for the women’s event which is also on Saturday.  Live results will be posted here.

Good luck to all British fencers competing this weekend.  We will provide live updates on our Facebook page and Twitter feed where possible.

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