Four Internationals to follow this weekend
The senior international season continues this weekend with a men’s epee World Cup in France, a women’s epee World Cup in Italy, a women’s foil World Cup in Germany, and a men’s and women’s satellite event in Iceland.
Senior Men’s Epee – Paris World Cup
Greg Allen, Elliott Grover, Nick Perry and Christopher Rocks will represent Great Britain in France’s capital city this weekend. The poule stage for the individual tournament will start at 8am (BST) on Friday with the round of 64 starting at 8am (BST) on Saturday. The team event is scheduled to start at 7am (BST) on Sunday.
Click here for live results and stream.
Senior Women’s Epee – Legnano World Cup
Mary Cohen is Britain’s only representative in this Italian event. She will begin her poule stage at 8.30am (BST) on Friday with the round of 64 starting at 9am (BST) on Saturday.
Live results should be available here.
Senior Women’s Foil – Tauberbischofsheim World Cup
Kate Beardmore, Rachel Kwok, Philippa Mullins and Katie Smith will compete for Great Britain in one of Germany’s most famous fencing cities this weekend. The poule stage for the individual tournament will start at 8am (BST) on Friday with the round of 64 starting at 7.30am (BST) on Saturday.
A live results is available here.
Senior Men’s & Women’s Sabre – Reykjavik Satellite
The women’s event takes place on Saturday and the field will include Great Britain’s Jessica Corby, Alexandra Davis, Kate Daykin, Sarah-Jane Hampson, Bridget Pleasant, Emily Ruaux and Letitia Steer.
The men’s event is on Sunday and will include one British fencer, Julian Ghosh.
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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