2019 World Fencing Championships

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2019 World Fencing Championships
Host cityBudapest, Hungary
Date(s)15–23 July
Main StadiumSYMA Sports and Conference Centre
2021

The 2019 World Fencing Championships was held from 15 to 23 July 2019 in Budapest, Hungary.[1]

Schedule[edit]

Twelve events were held.[2]

All times are local (UTC+2).

Date Time Round
15 July 2019 09:00 Women's épée qualification
13:00 Men's sabre qualification
16 July 2019 09:00 Women's foil qualification
13:99 Men's épée qualification
17 July 2019 09:00 Men's foil qualification
14:00 Women's sabre qualification
18 July 2019 18:40 Women's épée
Men's sabre
19 July 2019 18:30 Men's épée
Women's foil
20 July 2019 09:40 Women's épée team qualification
10:40 Men's sabre team qualification
18:30 Women's sabre
Men's foil
21 July 2019 08:30 Men's épée team qualification
Women's foil team qualification
16:00 Women's épée team
Men's sabre team
22 July 2019 09:40 Men's foil team qualification
11:15 Women's sabre team qualification
16:00 Women's foil team
Men's épée team
23 July 2019 16:00 Women's sabre team
Men's foil team

Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

  *   Host nation (Hungary)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Russia (RUS)3317
2 France (FRA)2305
3 South Korea (KOR)2024
4 Hungary (HUN)*1203
5 Ukraine (UKR)1124
6 China (CHN)1102
7 United States (USA)1012
8 Brazil (BRA)1001
9 Italy (ITA)0178
10 Great Britain (GBR)0101
11 Greece (GRE)0011
 Hong Kong (HKG)0011
 Iran (IRI)0011
 Romania (ROU)0011
  Switzerland (SUI)0011
Totals (15 nations)12121842

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual épée
details
Gergely Siklósi
 Hungary
Sergey Bida
 Russia
Andrea Santarelli
 Italy
Ihor Reizlin
 Ukraine
Team épée
details
 France
Alexandre Bardenet
Yannick Borel
Ronan Gustin
Daniel Jerent
 Ukraine
Anatoliy Herey
Bohdan Nikishyn
Ihor Reizlin
Roman Svichkar
  Switzerland
Max Heinzer
Lucas Malcotti
Michele Niggeler
Benjamin Steffen
Individual foil
details
Enzo Lefort
 France
Marcus Mepstead
 Great Britain
Son Young-ki
 South Korea
Dmitry Zherebchenko
 Russia
Team foil
details
 United States
Miles Chamley-Watson
Race Imboden
Alexander Massialas
Gerek Meinhardt
 France
Erwann Le Pechoux
Enzo Lefort
Julien Mertine
Maxime Pauty
 Italy
Giorgio Avola
Andrea Cassarà
Alessio Foconi
Daniele Garozzo
Individual sabre
details
Oh Sang-uk
 South Korea
András Szatmári
 Hungary
Mojtaba Abedini
 Iran
Luca Curatoli
 Italy
Team sabre
details
 South Korea
Gu Bon-gil
Ha Han-sol
Kim Jun-ho
Oh Sang-uk
 Hungary
Tamás Decsi
Csanád Gémesi
András Szatmári
Áron Szilágyi
 Italy
Enrico Berrè
Luca Curatoli
Aldo Montano
Luigi Samele

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual épée
details
Nathalie Moellhausen
 Brazil
Lin Sheng
 China
Olena Kryvytska
 Ukraine
Vivian Kong
 Hong Kong
Team épée
details
 China
Lin Sheng
Sun Yiwen
Xu Anqi
Zhu Mingye
 Russia
Tatyana Andryushina
Violetta Khrapina
Violetta Kolobova
Lyubov Shutova
 Italy
Alice Clerici
Rossella Fiamingo
Federica Isola
Mara Navarria
Individual foil
details
Inna Deriglazova
 Russia
Pauline Ranvier
 France
Arianna Errigo
 Italy
Elisa Di Francisca
 Italy
Team foil
details
 Russia
Inna Deriglazova
Anastasiia Ivanova
Larisa Korobeynikova
Adelina Zagidullina
 Italy
Elisa Di Francisca
Arianna Errigo
Francesca Palumbo
Alice Volpi
 United States
Jacqueline Dubrovich
Lee Kiefer
Nzingha Prescod
Nicole Ross
Individual sabre
details
Olha Kharlan
 Ukraine
Sofya Velikaya
 Russia
Theodora Gkountoura
 Greece
Bianca Pascu
 Romania
Team sabre
details
 Russia
Yana Egorian
Olga Nikitina
Sofia Pozdniakova
Sofya Velikaya
 France
Cécilia Berder
Manon Brunet
Charlotte Lembach
Caroline Queroli
 South Korea
Choi Soo-yeon
Hwang Seon-a
Kim Ji-yeon
Yoon Ji-su

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hungary To Host Both World Fencing Championships And World Modern Pentathlon Championships In 2019". hungarytoday.hu. 29 November 2016.
  2. ^ Schedule

External links[edit]