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    honeybone v3 d2 mottershead v4 d2 alex crutchett and michael clarke v3 d3 anthony crutchett v2 d4 and maiyuran v1 d5

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    Quote Originally Posted by fencer22 View Post
    honeybone v3 d2 mottershead v4 d2 alex crutchett and michael clarke v3 d3 anthony crutchett v2 d4 and maiyuran v1 d5
    Thanks, Where did you find that? The link is just showing an empty poule sheet for me
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    OK, got it from Twitter feed

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    Funny to see guys taking lessons without mask on. I thought they were meant to wear full fie kit at all time this year...

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    Honeybone through to 32

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    And out to Rousset in last 32

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    I think this falls into the encouraging category. Hopefully we will see better results at the major championships in 2013 and onwards.

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    Anyone got the final scores and positions of the Brits?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spider5 View Post
    Anyone got the final scores and positions of the Brits?
    http://www.fie.ch/Competitions/Resul...4D58664C605CA9

    Final rankings and tableaux here.

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    I think you're right Keith! Encouraging, but everyone could have gone a stage further with more clinical finishing.

    Should mention Anthony's genuinely unlucky L96, where at 14-all he attacked Igoe, and hit him on the chest, but no light came up. Couldn't find an equipment fault, and the American's light had to stand.

    With reference to masks - at world cups in sabre nearly all the Italians, and all the Russians and Chinese take lessons without masks, as well as some others like the Georgians.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ddo View Post
    Funny to see guys taking lessons without mask on. I thought they were meant to wear full fie kit at all time this year...
    If I'm not mistaken the rules say when reciving a lesson all the fencer is required to wear is a glove and mask and the coach a mask and coaching plastron. Or at least those were the rules at the olympics, could have changed. But yes they should have been wearing masks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by n_freebody View Post
    If I'm not mistaken the rules say when reciving a lesson all the fencer is required to wear is a glove and mask and the coach a mask and coaching plastron. Or at least those were the rules at the olympics, could have changed. But yes they should have been wearing masks.
    You're right full kit when fencing each other, mask & glove when getting lesson. I just found it funny to see two fencers getting lessons without masks in front of one of the top sabre refs. Just a rule all sides seem to quietly ignore...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigger View Post
    I think you're right Keith! Encouraging, but everyone could have gone a stage further with more clinical finishing.

    Should mention Anthony's genuinely unlucky L96, where at 14-all he attacked Igoe, and hit him on the chest, but no light came up. Couldn't find an equipment fault, and the American's light had to stand.

    With reference to masks - at world cups in sabre nearly all the Italians, and all the Russians and Chinese take lessons without masks, as well as some others like the Georgians.
    And all it will take is one Italian, Russian, Chinese, or Georgian to get the end of a sabre shoved into his eye, for fencing to get the kind of publicity the sport really needs.

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    Top level fencers need to look cool and dangerous though.
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    It is obligatory for any fencer who warms up or trains with another fencer or who takes a
    lesson on site at an official FIE competition (including in the training halls linked to the
    competition) to wear fencing clothing and equipment which conforms with the FIE regulations.
    Any other person giving a lesson must wear at least a fencing master's plastron, as well as a
    fencing glove and a mask conforming to the regulations
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