2013 World Fencing Championships

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2013 World Championships in Fencing
Host cityHungary Budapest, Hungary
Date(s)5–12 August
Main StadiumSyma Sport and Events Centre
Nations participating101
Athletes participating827
Events12

The 2013 World Fencing Championships were held at Budapest, Hungary from 5–12 August.

Schedule[edit]

Date Event
7 August 2013 Men's sabre
Women's foil
8 August 2013 Men's épée
Women's épée
9 August 2013 Men's foil
Women's sabre
10 August 2013 Men's team sabre
Women's team foil
11 August 2013 Men's team épée
Women's team épée
12 August 2013 Men's team foil
Women's team sabre

Medal summary[edit]

Nikolay Kovalev (R) attacks Áron Szilágyi (L) of Hungary in the semi-finals of the 2013 World Fencing Championships

Medal table[edit]

  *   Host nation (Hungary)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Russia35311
2 Italy3036
3 Ukraine2114
4 Estonia2002
5 United States1113
6 Hungary*1023
7 France0123
 Romania0123
9 Germany0112
10 China0101
 Venezuela0101
12 South Korea0022
13  Switzerland0011
Totals (13 nations)12121842

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual Épée
details
 Nikolai Novosjolov (EST)  Rubén Limardo (VEN)  Fabian Kauter (SUI)
 Pavel Sukhov (RUS)
Team Épée
details
 Hungary
Géza Imre
Gábor Boczkó
András Rédli
Péter Szényi
 Ukraine
Anatoliy Herey
Dmytro Karyuchenko
Vitalii Medvediev
Bohdan Nikishyn
 France
Alexandre Blaszyck
Daniel Jerent
Ulrich Robeiri
Iván Trevejo
Individual Foil
details
 Miles Chamley-Watson (USA)  Artur Akhmatkhuzin (RUS)  Rostyslav Hertsyk (UKR)
 Valerio Aspromonte (ITA)
Team Foil
details
 Italy
Valerio Aspromonte
Giorgio Avola
Andrea Baldini
Andrea Cassarà
 United States
Miles Chamley-Watson
Race Imboden
Alexander Massialas
Gerek Meinhardt
 France
Jérémy Cadot
Erwann Le Péchoux
Enzo Lefort
Marcel Marcilloux
Individual Sabre
details
 Veniamin Reshetnikov (RUS)  Nikolay Kovalev (RUS)  Tiberiu Dolniceanu (ROU)
 Áron Szilágyi (HUN)
Team Sabre
details
 Russia
Kamil Ibragimov
Nikolay Kovalev
Veniamin Reshetnikov
Aleksey Yakimenko
 Romania
Alin Badea
Tiberiu Dolniceanu
Ciprian Gălățanu
Iulian Teodosiu
 South Korea
Gu Bon-gil
Kim Jung-hwan
Oh Eun-seok
Won Jun-ho

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual Épée
details
 Julia Beljajeva (EST)  Anna Sivkova (RUS)  Emese Szász (HUN)
 Britta Heidemann (GER)
Team Épée
details
 Russia
Tatyana Andryushina
Violetta Kolobova
Anna Sivkova
Yana Zvereva
 China
Hou Yingming
Luo Xiaojuan
Sun Yiwen
Xu Anqi
 Romania
Ana Maria Brânză
Simona Pop
Raluca Sbîrcia
Maria Udrea
Individual Foil
details
 Arianna Errigo (ITA)  Carolin Golubytskyi (GER)  Elisa Di Francisca (ITA)
 Inna Deriglazova (RUS)
Team foil
details
 Italy
Elisa Di Francisca
Carolina Erba
Arianna Errigo
Valentina Vezzali
 France
Anita Blaze
Astrid Guyart
Corinne Maîtrejean
Ysaora Thibus
 Russia
Yuliya Biryukova
Inna Deriglazova
Larisa Korobeynikova
Diana Yakovleva
Individual Sabre
details
 Olha Kharlan (UKR)  Yekaterina Dyachenko (RUS)  Kim Ji-yeon (KOR)
 Irene Vecchi (ITA)
Team sabre
details
 Ukraine
Olha Kharlan
Alina Komashchuk
Halyna Pundyk
Olena Voronina
 Russia
Yekaterina Dyachenko
Yana Egorian
Dina Galiakbarova
Yuliya Gavrilova
 United States
Ibtihaj Muhammad
Anne-Elizabeth Stone
Dagmara Wozniak
Mariel Zagunis

Participating nations[edit]

827 fencers from 101 countries competed.

External links[edit]