2018 World Fencing Championships

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2018 World Fencing Championships
Host cityWuxi, China
Date(s)19–27 July
Main StadiumWuxi Sports Center Indoor Stadium
2019

The 2018 World Fencing Championships was held from 19 to 27 July at 2018 in Wuxi, China.[1]

Host selection[edit]

On 23 November 2015, Wuxi beat the Japanese city of Fukuoka with 69 votes to 47.[2]

Schedule[edit]

Twelve events were held.[3]

All times are local (UTC+8).

Date Time Round
19 July 2018 09:00 Women's épée qualification
11:00 Men's sabre qualification
20 July 2018 08:30 Women's foil qualification
10:40 Men's épée qualification
21 July 2018 08:30 Men's foil qualification
10:40 Women's sabre qualification
22 July 2018 09:30 Women's épée
10:40 Men's sabre
23 July 2018 08:30 Men's épée
09:40 Women's foil
24 July 2018 08:30 Women's sabre
10:10 Men's foil
08:30 Women's épée team
10:30 Men's sabre team
25 July 2018 08:30 Women's foil team
09:20 Men's épée team
12:20 Women's épée team
13:10 Men's sabre team
26 July 2018 08:30 Men's foil team
09:10 Women's sabre team
11:30 Women's foil team
12:30 Men's épée team
27 July 2018 11:00 Women's sabre team
12:00 Men's foil team

Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Italy (ITA)4217
2 South Korea (KOR)2237
3 United States (USA)2226
4 France (FRA)2114
5 Russia (RUS)1247
6  Switzerland (SUI)1012
7 Great Britain (GBR)0101
 Romania (ROU)0101
 Venezuela (VEN)0101
10 Ukraine (UKR)0022
11 China (CHN)0011
 Hungary (HUN)0011
 Spain (ESP)0011
 Tunisia (TUN)0011
Totals (14 nations)12121842

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual épée
details
Yannick Borel
 France
Rubén Limardo
 Venezuela
Bohdan Nikishyn
 Ukraine
Roman Svichkar
 Ukraine
Team épée
details
  Switzerland
Max Heinzer
Lucas Malcotti
Michele Niggeler
Benjamin Steffen
 South Korea
Jung Jin-sun
Kweon Young-jun
Park Kyoung-doo
Park Sang-young
 Russia
Sergey Bida
Nikita Glazkov
Sergey Khodos
Pavel Sukhov
Individual foil
details
Alessio Foconi
 Italy
Richard Kruse
 Great Britain
Heo Jun
 South Korea
Carlos Llavador
 Spain
Team foil
details
 Italy
Giorgio Avola
Andrea Cassarà
Alessio Foconi
Daniele Garozzo
 United States
Miles Chamley-Watson
Race Imboden
Alexander Massialas
Gerek Meinhardt
 Russia
Timur Arslanov
Aleksey Cheremisinov
Timur Safin
Dmitry Zherebchenko
Individual sabre
details
Kim Jung-hwan
 South Korea
Eli Dershwitz
 United States
Kamil Ibragimov
 Russia
Kim Jun-ho
 South Korea
Team sabre
details
 South Korea
Gu Bon-gil
Kim Jung-hwan
Kim Jun-ho
Oh Sang-uk
 Italy
Enrico Berrè
Luca Curatoli
Aldo Montano
Luigi Samele
 Hungary
Tamás Decsi
Csanád Gémesi
András Szatmári
Áron Szilágyi

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual épée
details
Mara Navarria
 Italy
Ana Maria Brânză
 Romania
Laura Staehli
 Switzerland
Courtney Hurley
 United States
Team épée
details
 United States
Katharine Holmes
Courtney Hurley
Kelley Hurley
Amanda Sirico
 South Korea
Choi In-jeong
Kang Young-mi
Lee Hye-in
Shin A-lam
 China
Lin Sheng
Sun Yiwen
Xu Chengzi
Zhu Mingye
Individual foil
details
Alice Volpi
 Italy
Ysaora Thibus
 France
Arianna Errigo
 Italy
Inès Boubakri
 Tunisia
Team foil
details
 United States
Lee Kiefer
Margaret Lu
Nzingha Prescod
Nicole Ross
 Italy
Chiara Cini
Arianna Errigo
Camilla Mancini
Alice Volpi
 France
Anita Blaze
Astrid Guyart
Pauline Ranvier
Ysaora Thibus
Individual sabre
details
Sofia Pozdniakova
 Russia
Sofya Velikaya
 Russia
Anne-Elizabeth Stone
 United States
Yana Egorian
 Russia
Team sabre
details
 France
Cécilia Berder
Manon Brunet
Charlotte Lembach
Caroline Quéroli
 Russia
Yana Egorian
Sofia Pozdniakova
Svetlana Sheveleva
Sofya Velikaya
 South Korea
Choi Soo-yeon
Hwang Seo-na
Kim Ji-yeon
Yoon Ji-su

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Wuxi to host World Fencing Championships in 2018". insidethegames.biz. 23 November 2015.
  2. ^ "Wuxi chosen to host 2018 World Fencing Championships". chinadaily.com.cn. 23 November 2015.
  3. ^ Schedule

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