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pinkelephant
-3rd January 2009, 18:12
Results of the Budapest 6 weappon JWC are being posted here:

http://www.hunfencing.hu/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=868&Itemid=118

pinkelephant
-3rd January 2009, 18:16
Women's foil:

Catriona Sibert 50
Philippa Mullins 74

96 fenced

Men's foil:
Rhys Melia 93
137 fenced.

Gangsta G
-3rd January 2009, 18:17
WF 100 entries

Cat Sibert 50th
Philippa Mullins 74th

MF 137 entries

Rhys Melia 93rd

WE & WS tomorrow, ME & MS on Monday.

pinkelephant
-3rd January 2009, 18:21
Beat you!

Gangsta G
-3rd January 2009, 18:29
Beat you!You didn't put the entries, or details of who is fencing tomorrow and Monday!

pinkelephant
-3rd January 2009, 18:30
No, but I can tell you how to get to Tesco's!

Gangsta G
-3rd January 2009, 18:33
Aldi is much cheaper ;)

Tubby
-3rd January 2009, 18:39
Fencing tomorrow in WE
Sisi Albini (happy birthday - Sisi spent her birthday traveling to Budapest )
Caitlin Chang
Corinna Lawrence
Hannah Lawrence
Abbi Matthews
Jenny McGeever
Jess Olbasdeston (sorry if I misspelt)
Good luck.

Foilling Around
-3rd January 2009, 19:01
This is where I go and bash my head against the wall!

This was not a foil nominated event, but with FAJ and Philippa doing it for practice and then staying on in Budapest to train for 4 days it is the first JWC where FAJ would have got GBR ranking points!!

Problem is that it was me as part of the foil committee who decided not to include Budapest in the calender

Darn it!!

Foilling Around
-3rd January 2009, 19:31
I gather Rhys had a poor poule and a knee problem, but even so he was very unlucky to get Pawel Osmanski, world number 6, in the 128 as the aforsaid Osmanski was seeded 44 out of the poules.

It shows how competitive the Junior World circuit is and this was a strong event if it had been nominated then it would have had a NIF of 1310.

Tubby
-4th January 2009, 08:54
After poules
Sisi 5/6
Caitlin 4/6
Corinna 5/6
Hannah 5/6
Abbi 2/6
Jenny 3/6
Jess 1/6

Tubby
-4th January 2009, 09:30
ranking after poules
Sisi Albini 31
Caitlin Chang 58
Corinna Lawrence 15
Hannah Lawrence 19
Abbi Matthews 107
Jenny McGeever 86
Jess Olbasdeston 134 eliminated

Tubby
-4th January 2009, 09:48
cornna through
both sisi and hannah out.

Tubby
-4th January 2009, 10:15
caitlin through, jenny currently on piste.

Tubby
-4th January 2009, 10:20
jenny out. abbi about to go on.

Tubby
-4th January 2009, 10:37
Abbi out.

pinkelephant
-4th January 2009, 10:57
Good luck to Crin & Caitlin.

Tubby
-4th January 2009, 11:48
Corinna out in 64. Caitin through, beat 7 seed 15-7.

Tubby
-4th January 2009, 12:50
Caitin out in 32, 12-15

wix
-4th January 2009, 13:25
94 in competition.

Davies 1/6 and was eliminated. Finished 85th
Williams 1/5 and was eliminated. Finished 76th
Roberts 2/5, and ranked 59 into 128 but lost to 70th seed and finished 66th

pinkelephant
-4th January 2009, 13:28
Caitin out in 32, 12-15

Not too bad a season then!

Tubby
-4th January 2009, 15:29
It would be churlish to say otherwise, though Caitlin could have won that last fight, couple silly mistakes, probably due to tiredness from being unwell. Anyway I now owe her a session in the Arena Plaza!

Gangsta G
-5th January 2009, 13:07
MS after the poules

Crutchett 4/6 43rd, faces no 86 Sutherlan Scudds of AUS in the 128
Joe Brightman 3/6 66th, faces no 63 Gabor Czajder of HUN
Ratneswaran 3/6 69th, faces no 60 Mayerwing Rondon of VEN
Mottershead 2/6 91st, faces no 38 Sergey Shevlyakov of RUS

All others out :(

I don't know about Rondon and Shevlyakov but Scudds and Czajder are definitely winnable!

Gangsta G
-5th January 2009, 13:13
Men's Epee James Harris and James Allen are both into the last 64, winning against the no. 29 and 27 seeds respectively in the last 128!!!

All others out :(

stephenda
-5th January 2009, 13:39
Maiyuran, Alex & Joe thru to 64

stephenda
-5th January 2009, 14:03
All 3 out in 64

TomA
-5th January 2009, 15:13
James and James both went through to the 32 - Allen lost 15-6 to the 6th seed, Harris went out 15-13 to the 4th.

James H has qualified for the Worlds, and James A is top of the Cadet rankings.

Gangsta G
-5th January 2009, 18:26
What a fantastic result for James Harris in only his second ever Junior World Cup - well done!