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INTERNATIONAL ROUND UP 15 JANUARY 2018

16th January 2018

INTERNATIONAL ROUND UP 15 JANUARY 2018

 

Report from Katowice, Stockholm, Modling, Budapest, Bratislava & Poznan

 

 

Senior Women’s Foil World Cup – Katowice

 

Five British fencers lined up in a field of one hundred and eighty-two in Katowice, Poland at the weekend.  Kate Beardmore achieved the best result by making the round of 64.

 

A field of twenty-one took part in the team event including Great Britain.  Beardmore was joined by Yvonne Chart, Chloe Dickson and Katie Smith as they beat Sweden 45-24 in the round of 32 and then lost 45-25 to France, eventually finishing sixteenth.

 

Full individual results here.

Full team results here.

 

Senior Men’s Epee Satellite – Stockholm

 

Four British fencers took part in this event amongst a field of one hundred and seven.  James Taylor, Max Kurz Jordan and Farhad Riahi achieved the best results by making the round of 64.

 

Full results here.

 

Senior Women’s Epee Satellite – Stockholm

 

Seven British fencers took part in this event amongst a field of Sixty-six. Hannah Nesbitt achieved the best result by claiming the silver medal.

 

Full results here.

 

U23 Men’s Sabre EFC Circuit – Modling

 

There were fifteen British entries amongst a field of one hundred and eighty-four in Austria at the weekend.  Ian Ren and Mark Alvares-Peres were the highest ranked at the end, making the top 16.

 

Full results here.

 

U23 Women’s Sabre EFC Circuit – Modling

 

There were also fifteen British entries in the women’s event amongst a field of one hundred and eighty-six.  Elsie Llewellyn finished highest ranked at the end by making the top 64.

 

Full results here.

 

U23 Men’s Sabre EFC Circuit – Budapest

 

James Edwards was the only British entry into this event and he competed in a field of ninety-five.  He made it through the poules before being eliminated in the round of 64.

 

Full results here.

 

Cadet Men’s Epee EFC Circuit – Bratislava

 

There were three entries from Great Britain who lined up in a field of two hundred and eighty-eight.  Ethan Kew achieved the best result by making the round of 256.

 

Full results here.

 

Cadet Women’s Epee EFC Circuit – Bratislava

 

Niamh Noble was the only entry from Great Britain in the women’s epee event and she lined up in a field of two hundred and forty-one.  She progressed through the poule stage before being knocked out in the round of 256.

 

Full results here.

 

 

Cadet Women’s Foil EFC Circuit – Poznan

 

Four British fencers took part in this event amongst a field of one hundred and seventy-nine.  Imogen Bulman came away with the best results making the round of 64.

 

Full results here.

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