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doobarz
-15th August 2004, 09:51
L64

(15)Evelyn Halls (Aus) BYE (just for Australian)

(32)Dimitra Magkanoudaki (Gre) beat
(33)Jessica Eliza Beer (Nzl) (15,8)

L32

15)Evelyn Halls (Aus) beat
(17)Keum-Nam Lee (Kor) (15,14)

Australian
-15th August 2004, 10:26
Originally posted by doobarz
L64

(15)Evelyn Halls (Aus) BYE (just for Australian)

(32)Dimitra Magkanoudaki (Gre) beat
(33)Jessica Eliza Beer (Nzl) (15,8)

L32

15)Evelyn Halls (Aus) beat
(17)Keum-Nam Lee (Kor) (15,14)

weehee!

bad luck to jess tho... the girl she was up against only lost to nisima 5-6 in the next round, which means Evelyn has Nisima now. *sigh*

Australian
-15th August 2004, 10:35
Women's individual epee - Round of 16 - 15.08.04

(14)Li Zhang (Chn) beat
(29)Ana Branza (Rom) (15,13)


(11)Ildiko Mincza-Nebald (Hun) beat
(5)Britta Heidemann (Ger) (11,10)


(9)Imke Duplitzer (Ger) beat
(7)Claudia Bokel (Ger) (14,13)


(1)Laura Flessel-Colovic (Fra) beat
(16)Hajnalka Kiraly Picot (Fra) (15,9)

Australian
-15th August 2004, 10:50
(2)Maureen Nisima (Fra) beat
(15)Evelyn Halls (Aus) (15,10)


:(

ah well.... L16 is very good, i'm happy

ihunter
-15th August 2004, 14:07
I doubt that evelyn is however!!!!

TBennett
-15th August 2004, 15:20
(1)Laura Flessel-Colovic (Fra) beat
(25)Jeanne Hristou (Gre) (15,13)

(11)Ildiko Mincza-Nebald (Hun) beat
(19)Hee-Jeong Kim (Kor) (15,9)

(22)Timea Nagy (Hun) beat
(14)Li Zhang (Chn) (8,7)

(2)Maureen Nisima (Fra) beat
(9)Imke Duplitzer (Ger) (15,14)


Could be an all French or all Hungarian final.......or it could be one of each... lol. I think the definate suprise is Li Zhang (Chn) losing to Nagy (Hun)....I mean Nagy is good but......

natsgrant
-15th August 2004, 19:39
Because we're in Budapest, it was on live a few hours ago...


Timea Nagy (Hun) beat
Laura Flessel-Colovic (Fra) 15, 10 for gold.


Maureen Nisima (Fra) beat
Ildiko Mincza-Nebald (Hun) ... for bronze.

I can't remember, sorry! I think it was about the same score as the gold medal final. A couple of nice wrist/hand hits. And the final really wasn't static at all.

natsgrant
-15th August 2004, 19:41
Er, don't quote me on the scores. I'm in serious need of sustenance and have that 'end-of-weekend-back-to-work' head case going on.

But those folk definitely won!

Gold: Timea Nagy (Hun)
Silver: Laura Flessel-Colovic (Fra)
Bronze: Maureen Nisima (Fra)

davidc
-15th August 2004, 22:28
Questions for natsgrant - you said that you're seeing the fencing live, and you're in Budapest.
Which station is that on ? Do they have a website ? Do they do live video from the website ?

(somewhere, I saw a list of the TV stations which were showing various "obscure" sports, and there was a station listed as showing the fencing, which I think was in Hungary, but I can't remember where I saw it, or what it was, and I haven't been able to find it through searching ... )

Threestain
-15th August 2004, 23:05
Timea Nagy is a bit more than good - Olympic champion twice in a row is pretty special. Especially on the back of 18 months training, having taken the previous 2 years out to have a child. Plus she had a poo season!

TBennett
-16th August 2004, 09:17
Ah......Fair enough..