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JohnL
-30th March 2018, 17:26
Anyone know if there's a live feed for this?

Cyranna's Father
-30th March 2018, 19:03
Yes it's on ophardt fencing or fencingworldwide

Nick E
-30th March 2018, 19:56
This link I guess:

http://www.fencingworldwide.com/en/competition/15065-17/tournament/

JohnL
-31st March 2018, 12:10
This link I guess:

http://www.fencingworldwide.com/en/competition/15065-17/tournament/

That's the results. I was wondering if there was a video feed

Nick E
-1st April 2018, 06:50
And it begins. Good luck everyone.

pinkelephant
-1st April 2018, 08:34
That's the results. I was wondering if there was a video feed

Doesnít look like it from the tournament website.

http://www.fencingverona2018.com/en

Vicomte_de_Bragelonne
-1st April 2018, 10:27
Live streams advertised on FIE Fencing Channel

https://www.youtube.com/user/FIEvideo

pinkelephant
-1st April 2018, 10:54
Facebook live video:

https://www.facebook.com/eurofencing/videos/2179145948778558/?notif_id=1522578426662542&notif_t=live_video

Nick E
-1st April 2018, 13:06
Womenís Junior Epee Results:

Lawson 54th; Heaps 103rd; Plant 113th; Powell 118th

169 fencers

Menís Junior Epee Results:

Jordan 70th; Russell 85th; Cooper 139th; Berlot 141st

200 fencers

Everyone made the cut.

Nick E
-1st April 2018, 18:19
Womenís Junior Epee Results:

Lawson 54th; Heaps 103rd; Plant 113th; Powell 118th

169 fencers

Menís Junior Epee Results:

Jordan 70th; Russell 85th; Cooper 139th; Berlot 141st

200 fencers

Everyone made the cut.


Just to clarify, these are final results. Tough day at the office, but some close fights in the DEs. Lots to build on.

Nick E
-2nd April 2018, 08:28
Day 2 - Cadet Epee - Underway.

After the Womenís Poules, Taylor sitting at 43rd, Foxwell-Moss at 75th, with Louis at 96th (first place cut). 125 fencers competing.

Menís has just started.

Gerrit
-2nd April 2018, 12:00
I was just looking at the Live scoring for Cadet Epee, watching Josh Wilcox steadily climb to a 15-10 victory in the L128, then the result was recorded in the DE table as a win for the Indian fencer. Hope the DE table is incorrect and will be updated and not the Live score feeds!

Nick E
-2nd April 2018, 13:02
Womenís Cadet Epee:

Taylor finishes 69th with Foxwell-Moss at 83rd. Louis confirmed at 96th.

Menís Cadet Epee:

Andrews finishes 34th (after seeding 5th from the Poules); Mason finishes at 52nd (improving from 74th); with Willcox at 87th.

Keith.A.Smith
-2nd April 2018, 19:13
Lots and lots of epee teams tomorrow. Good luck to the GB teams.

Nick E
-2nd April 2018, 19:45
Lots and lots of epee teams tomorrow. Good luck to the GB teams.

Women seeded 13th vs Kazakhstan in 32.

Men seeded 18th vs Egypt in 32.

Good hunting everyone.

pinkelephant
-2nd April 2018, 21:46
I was just looking at the Live scoring for Cadet Epee, watching Josh Wilcox steadily climb to a 15-10 victory in the L128, then the result was recorded in the DE table as a win for the Indian fencer. Hope the DE table is incorrect and will be updated and not the Live score feeds!
Itís always the live score feeds that are wrong in these cases. It happened yesterday as well. It happens when the fencersí names are the wrong way round on the box and the referee doesnít know how to switch them. Very frustrating.

Keith.A.Smith
-3rd April 2018, 20:57
The timetable is interesting with 3 days all epee, then 3 days all sabre and 3 days all foil. Means fencers stay less time if they choose to and save cash. I imagine non foil refs can also be sent home earlier too.

hokers
-4th April 2018, 08:28
JWS this morning

Maria VVV20V +6 vs Pokeaw (THA) for L64
Jess 3VV41 -4 vs Pysarenko (UKR) for L64
Caiti 0V4V1 -5 vs Lau (SGP) for L64
Sophia V1034 -8 cut

hokers
-4th April 2018, 08:42
JMS as well

James VVVVVV +19
Barnaby V21VVV +8
George 23VVVV +4
Nick 322VV4 -4

hokers
-4th April 2018, 09:35
James VVVVVV +19 9th vs Xu (CHN) for L64
Barnaby V21VVV +8 46th vs Agamy (EGY) for L64
George 23VVVV +4 59th vs Mairi (ALG) for L64
Nick 322VV4 -4 105th vs Saron (USA) for L64

hokers
-4th April 2018, 09:36
Maria VVV20V +6 vs Pokeaw (THA) for L64 loses 11-15
Jess 3VV41 -4 vs Pysarenko (UKR) for L64 loses 9-15
Caiti 0V4V1 -5 vs Lau (SGP) for L64 loses 10-15

hokers
-4th April 2018, 09:51
James VVVVVV +19 9th vs Xu (CHN) for L64 wins 15-8 vs Sarkissyan (KAZ) for L32
Barnaby V21VVV +8 46th vs Agamy (EGY) for L64 wins 15-10 vs Hwang (KOR) for L32
George 23VVVV +4 59th vs Mairi (ALG) for L64 wins 15-7 vs Pozdnyakov (RUS) for L32
Nick 322VV4 -4 105th vs Saron (USA) for L64 loses 7-15

hokers
-4th April 2018, 11:14
James VVVVVV +19 9th vs Xu (CHN) for L64 wins 15-8 vs Sarkissyan (KAZ) for L32 loses 12-15
Barnaby V21VVV +8 46th vs Agamy (EGY) for L64 wins 15-10 vs Hwang (KOR) for L32 loses 9-15
George 23VVVV +4 59th vs Mairi (ALG) for L64 wins 15-7 vs Pozdnyakov (RUS) for L32 wins 15-12

hokers
-4th April 2018, 12:40
George 23VVVV +4 59th vs Mairi (ALG) for L64 wins 15-7 vs Pozdnyakov (RUS) for L32 wins 15-12
vs Neri (ITA) for L16 loses 7-15

Keith.A.Smith
-4th April 2018, 18:57
Well done to George on getting our First GB top 32 individual result.

hokers
-5th April 2018, 09:11
Well done to George on getting our First GB top 32 individual result.

The guy he knocked out is JWR #7 as well. Promising for the team event tomorrow.

Anyway today is CWS and CMS

Julian 3VVVV0 +3 47th vs Merkviladze (GEO) for L64
Mark 3VVV33 +2 58th vs Genjebaev (UZB) for L64
Ian VVVV1V +10 27th bye to L64

Ellen V11V12 -8 78th vs Bartosz (POL) for L64 loses 9-15
Maia V40VVV +0 40th bye to L64 vs Clapier (FRA) for L32
Elsie VV2V1 -2 42nd bye to L64 vs Erbil (TUR) for L32

hokers
-5th April 2018, 09:51
Julian 3VVVV0 +3 47th vs Merkviladze (GEO) for L64 wins 15-10 vs Bohovin (UKR) for L32
Mark 3VVV33 +2 58th vs Genjebaev (UZB) for L64 wins 15-13 vs Kokubo (JPN) for L32
Ian VVVV1V +10 27th bye to L64 vs Shen (CHN) for L32

Maia V40VVV +0 40th bye to L64 vs Clapier (FRA) for L32 loses 11-15
Elsie VV2V1 -2 42nd bye to L64 vs Erbil (TUR) for L32 loses 11-15

Keith.A.Smith
-5th April 2018, 10:58
Julian 3VVVV0 +3 47th vs Merkviladze (GEO) for L64 wins 15-10 vs Bohovin (UKR) for L32
Mark 3VVV33 +2 58th vs Genjebaev (UZB) for L64 wins 15-13 vs Kokubo (JPN) for L32
Ian VVVV1V +10 27th bye to L64 vs Shen (CHN) for L32

Maia V40VVV +0 40th bye to L64 vs Clapier (FRA) for L32 loses 11-15
Elsie VV2V1 -2 42nd bye to L64 vs Erbil (TUR) for L32 loses 11-15

All 3 boys into the 32. Good luck and keep it going.

Keith.A.Smith
-5th April 2018, 12:04
Ian Ren into the top 16 now. Good luck and keep it going.

hokers
-5th April 2018, 12:17
Julian 3VVVV0 +3 47th vs Merkviladze (GEO) for L64 wins 15-10 vs Bohovin (UKR) for L32 wins 15-10 vs Ailinca (ROU) for L16 loses 8-15
Mark 3VVV33 +2 58th vs Genjebaev (UZB) for L64 wins 15-13 vs Kokubo (JPN) for L32 wins 15-13 vs Hyun (KOR) loses 9-15

Ian VVVV1V +10 27th bye to L64 vs Shen (CHN) for L32 wins 15-14 vs Broniszewski (POL) for L16 wins 15-11 vs Jarry (FRA) for L8

hokers
-5th April 2018, 13:16
Ian VVVV1V +10 27th bye to L64 vs Shen (CHN) for L32 wins 15-14 vs Broniszewski (POL) for L16 wins 15-11 vs Jarry (FRA) for L8 loses 14-15

Keith.A.Smith
-5th April 2018, 15:57
Well done to Ian for his top 16 result.

Mini Musketeer
-5th April 2018, 16:12
Fie live stream commentator said top 10 - 1 from each country - go to the youth olympics. Ian finished 12th and if i am correct makes the top 10. can anyone confirm ?

Keith.A.Smith
-5th April 2018, 16:58
Fie live stream commentator said top 10 - 1 from each country - go to the youth olympics. Ian finished 12th and if i am correct makes the top 10. can anyone confirm ?

I just looked on the FIE Documents at the 2018 YOG qualification system.

1. 10 fencers per weapon chosen following using the following criteria

1. I fencer per country only
2. Top African selected
3. Top 2 from the Americas
4. Top 3 from Asia/Oceania
5. Top 4 from Europe

After that it is then 6 more fencers total to cover all weapons with only one more European chosen in total

Have not looked at rankings, but not sure how that leaves Ian.

Keith

Keith.A.Smith
-5th April 2018, 17:04
If I have understood the system correctly the following placings have qualified in CMS

1 Roumania
2 USA
3 Hungary
3 Spain
6 France
11 Korea
13 Puerto Rico
14 China
17 Japan
19 Egypt

Hopefully I have got it wrong and Ian has qualified.

Keith.A.Smith
-5th April 2018, 17:47
D.1 Cadet World Championships 2018 Ė Phase 1
10 quota places per individual events will be allocated at the Cadet World
Championships held in 2018 with a maximum of one (1) athlete per weapon per
gender per NOC.
The allocation of these 10 quota places will be as follows:
 One (1) quota place in each event will be allocated to the best ranked
athlete from Africa
 Two (2) quota places in each event will be allocated to the best ranked
athletes from America
 Three (3) quota places in each event will be allocated to the best ranked
athletes from Asia/Oceania
 Four (4) quota places in each event will be allocated to the best ranked
athletes from Europe
D.2.
3 Men
3 Women
D.2 Cadet World Championships 2018 Ė Phase 2
After the allocation of quota places in D.1. six (6) additional quota places across all
individual events will be allocated at the Cadet World Championships held in 2018
with a maximum of one (1) athlete per weapon per gender per NOC.
The allocation of these 6 places will be as follows:
 Two (2) quota places to the next best ranked athletes from Oceania
 One (1) quota place to the next best ranked athlete from Africa
 One (1) quota place to the next best ranked athlete from Asia
 One (1) quota place to the next best ranked athlete from America
 One (1) quota place to the next best ranked athlete from Europe
If two (2) or more athletes have the same ranking from different events, the younger
athlete will be allocated the quota place.
Should the Cadet World Championships not take place in 2018, the respective
Cadet Continental Championships taking place in 2018 will serve as qualifying
events for the Youth Olympic Games.Youth Olympic Games

JohnL
-6th April 2018, 11:58
Men's Junior Sabre team beat Japan (6th seed) to make it into the quarter finals.

Well done guys, keep it going.

Fence Germany (3rd seed) for a place in the Semi's

JohnL
-6th April 2018, 12:58
Tough, tough match.

GB beat Germany 45-44!!!

GREAT win for the guys.

Fence Russia in the Semi's

danKew
-6th April 2018, 12:59
What a fantastic final point from Suddards .... take that Germany!! :D:D:D

JohnL
-6th April 2018, 14:29
Beaten 45-23 by the Russians (Ouch)

Hope they pick themselves up for the Bronze Medal match. Against USA or Italy.

Keith.A.Smith
-6th April 2018, 14:45
Beaten 45-23 by the Russians (Ouch)

Hope they pick themselves up for the Bronze Medal match. Against USA or Italy.

Brilliant to be fencing for a medal. Very good luck.

JohnL
-6th April 2018, 16:06
Beaten 45-21 by USA in the 3rd place match. A tough one.

Regardless of the last 2 matches against the top teams in the World, they had great matches against Japan and Germany and 4th is a really creditable result, punching way above their weight.

Well done guys!!

Keith.A.Smith
-6th April 2018, 16:48
Well done on 4th today. Great team effort.

Vicomte_de_Bragelonne
-9th April 2018, 12:59
JMF just gone out to France in the L8 45-30 having made a bit of a comeback in the 7th & 8th bouts. Unfortunately a bit too late. Great effort against a strong French team.

Earlier they fenced brilliantly to defy their seeding of 11 and beat Poland 43-42 in extra-time. Superb parry riposte from De Almeida to get the final hit.

Well done. Good luck for the 5-8 placings. First up against Belgium.

Keith.A.Smith
-9th April 2018, 19:28
JMF just gone out to France in the L8 45-30 having made a bit of a comeback in the 7th & 8th bouts. Unfortunately a bit too late. Great effort against a strong French team.

Earlier they fenced brilliantly to defy their seeding of 11 and beat Poland 43-42 in extra-time. Superb parry riposte from De Almeida to get the final hit.

Well done. Good luck for the 5-8 placings. First up against Belgium.

8th out of 38 teams and finishing above original seeding of 11th. Seems a good effort from the MF team. Well done.