Fencing at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Men's sabre

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Men's sabre
at the Games of the XXVIII Olympiad
VenueHelliniko Olympic Complex
DateAugust 14
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Aldo Montano  Italy
2nd, silver medalist(s) Zsolt Nemcsik  Hungary
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Vladislav Tretiak  Ukraine
← 2000
2008 →

These are the results of the men's sabre competition in fencing at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens. A total of 39 men competed in this event. Competition took place in the Fencing Hall at the Helliniko Olympic Complex on August 14.

Tournament results[edit]

Preliminary round[edit]

As there were more than 32 entrants in this event, seven first round matches were held to reduce the field to 32 fencers.

 Agresta (BRA) 15—14  Rebai (TUN)
 Huang (CHN) 15—6  Bernaoui (ALG)
 Zhou (CHN) 15—10  Dourakos (GRE)
 Maya (CUB) 15—13  Kembe (CGO)
 Manetas (GRE) 15—10  Bernaoui (ALG)
 Chen (CHN) 15—3  Reda (ALG)
 Nagara (JPN) 15—8  Basmatzian (GRE)

Main tournament bracket[edit]

The remaining field of 32 fencers competed in a single-elimination tournament to determine the medal winners. Semifinal losers proceeded to a bronze medal match.

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Gold medal final
 Montano (ITA) 15
 Manetas (GRE) 12  Montano (ITA) 15
 Smart (USA) 15  Smart (USA) 7
 Touya (FRA) 11  Montano (ITA) 15
 Sharikov (RUS) 15  Sharikov (RUS) 13
 Maya (CUB) 9  Sharikov (RUS) 15
 Pillet (FRA) 15  Pillet (FRA) 11
 Oh (KOR) 13  Montano (ITA) 15
 Lapkes (BLR) 15  Lapkes (BLR) 6
 Chen (CHN) 9  Lapkes (BLR) 15
 Kaliuzhniy (UKR) 15  Kaliuzhniy (UKR) 9
 Dyachenko (RUS) 10  Lapkes (BLR) 15
 Pozdnyakov (RUS) 15  Pozdnyakov (RUS) 9
 Nagara (JPN) 9  Pozdnyakov (RUS) 15
 Lee (USA) 15  Lee (USA) 9
 Pastore (ITA) 9  Montano (ITA) 15
 Nemcsik (HUN) 15  Nemcsik (HUN) 14
 Huang (CHN) 12  Nemcsik (HUN) 15
 Ferjancsik (HUN) 15  Ferjancsik (HUN) 11
 Boulos (CAN) 8  Nemcsik (HUN) 15
 Covaliu (ROU) 15  Covaliu (ROU) 14
 Zhou (CHN) 10  Covaliu (ROU) 15
 Sznajder (POL) 15  Sznajder (POL) 9
 Touya (FRA) 14  Nemcsik (HUN) 15 Bronze medal final
 Tretiak (UKR) 15  Tretiak (UKR) 11
 Lengyel (HUN) 12  Tretiak (UKR) 15  Tretiak (UKR) 15
 Tarantino (ITA) 15  Tarantino (ITA) 8  Lapkes (BLR) 11
 Rogers (USA) 3  Tretiak (UKR) 15
 Lukashenko (UKR) 15  Lukashenko (UKR) 12
 Agresta (BRA) 14  Lukashenko (UKR) 15
 Kothny (THA) 15  Kothny (THA) 11
 Medina (ESP) 13

Results[edit]

Rank Fencer Country
1st, gold medalist(s) Aldo Montano  Italy
2nd, silver medalist(s) Zsolt Nemcsik  Hungary
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Vladyslav Tretiak  Ukraine
4 Dmitry Lapkes  Belarus
5 Volodymyr Lukashenko  Ukraine
6 Stanislav Pozdnyakov  Russia
7 Mihai Covaliu  Romania
8 Sergey Sharikov  Russia
9 Luigi Tarantino  Italy
10 Domonkos Ferjancsik  Hungary
11 Julien Pillet  France
12 Ivan Lee  United States
13 Wiradech Kothny  Thailand
14 Rafał Sznajder  Poland
15 Keeth Smart  United States
16 Volodymyr Kaliuzhniy  Ukraine
17 Aleksey Dyachenko  Russia
18 Balázs Lengyel  Hungary
19 Gaël Touya  France
20 Damien Touya  France
21 Fernando Medina  Spain
22 Gianpiero Pastore  Italy
23 O Eun-Seok  South Korea
24 Michel Boulos  Canada
25 Jason Rogers  United States
26 Chen Feng  China
27 Huang Yaojiang  China
28 Kostas Manetas  Greece
29 Cándido Maya  Cuba
30 Zhou Hanming  China
31 Masashi Nagara  Japan
32 Renzo Agresta  Brazil
33 Mohamed Rebai  Tunisia
34 Marios Basmatzian  Greece
35 Jason Dourakos  Greece
36 Sorel-Arthur Kembe  Republic of the Congo
37 Raouf Salim Bernaoui  Algeria
38 Reda Ben Chehima  Algeria
39 Nassim Islam Bernaoui  Algeria

References[edit]