Fencing at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Women's épée

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Women's épée
at the Games of the XXVIII Olympiad
Venue Helliniko Olympic Complex
Date August 15
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Fencing at the
2004 Summer Olympics
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Épée   men   women
Team épée men women
Foil men women
Team foil men
Sabre men women
Team sabre men

These are the results of the women's épée competition in fencing at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens. A total of 39 women competed in this event. Competition took place in the Fencing Hall at the Helliniko Olympic Complex on August 15.


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.

 Gómez (CUB) 11—9  Dunette (CAN)
 Espinosa (COL) 15—8  Tychler (RSA)
 Brânză (ROU) 15—14  Gamir (ALG)
 Sidiropoulou (GRE) walkover  Ndong (SEN)
 Kavelaars (CAN) 14—8  Barlow (RSA)
 Harada (JPN) 15—6  Wilson (RSA)
 Magkandaki (GRE) 15—8  Beer (NZL)

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
                                   
  Nagy (HUN) 15  
  Sivkova (RUS) 10       Nagy (HUN) 15  
  Cascioli (ITA) 15     Cascioli (ITA) 13  
  Harada (JPN) 14         Nagy (HUN) 8  
  Zhang (CHN) 10         Zhang (CHN) 7  
  Kazimirchuk (UKR) 9       Zhang (CHN) 15
  Brânză (ROU) 15     Brânză (ROU) 13  
  Hormay (HUN) 13         Nagy (HUN) 15  
  Nisima (FRA) 6         Nisima (FRA) 14  
  Magkandaki (GRE) 5       Nisima (FRA) 15  
  Halls (AUS) 15     Halls (AUS) 10  
  Lee (KOR) 14         Nisima (FRA) 15
  Duplitzer (GER) 15         Duplitzer (GER) 14  
  Kim (KOR) 9       Duplitzer (GER) 14
  Bokel (GER) 15     Bokel (GER) 13  
  Sidiropoulou (GRE) 10         Nagy (HUN) 15
  Flessel-Colovic (FRA) 15         Flessel-Colovic (FRA) 10
  Gómez (CUB) 9       Flessel-Colovic (FRA) 15  
  Kiraly-Picot (FRA) 11     Kiraly-Picot (FRA) 9  
  Shen (CHN) 7         Flessel-Colovic (FRA) 15  
  Hristou (GRE) 15         Hristou (GRE) 13  
  MacKay (CAN) 13       Hristou (GRE) 15
  Logounova (RUS) 15     Logounova (RUS) 10  
  James (USA) 11         Flessel-Colovic (FRA) 15
  Mincza-Nébald (HUN) 15         Mincza-Nébald (HUN) 14  
  Tol (NED) 7       Mincza-Nébald (HUN) 11  
  Heidemann (GER) 15     Heidemann (GER) 10     Bronze medal final
  Espinosa (COL) 3         Mincza-Nébald (HUN) 15
  Kim (KOR) 9         Kim (KOR) 9       Nisima (FRA) 15
  Ermakova (RUS) 7       Kim (KOR) 14     Mincza-Nébald (HUN) 12
  Li (CHN) 15     Li (CHN) 9  
  Kavelaars (CAN) 11  


Results[edit]

Rank Fencer Country
1st, gold medalist(s) Tímea Nagy  Hungary
2nd, silver medalist(s) Laura Flessel-Colovic  France
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Maureen Nisima  France
4 Ildikó Mincza-Nébald  Hungary
5 Imke Duplitzer  Germany
6 Zhang Li  China
7 Kim Hui-Jeong  South Korea
8 Jeanne Khristou  Greece
9 Li Na  China
10 Britta Heidemann  Germany
11 Cristiana Cascioli  Italy
12 Claudia Bokel  Germany
13 Tatyana Logunova  Russia
14 Evelyn Halls  Australia
15 Hajnalka Kiraly-Picot  France
16 Ana Brânză  Romania
17 Adrienn Hormay  Hungary
18 Sherraine Schalm-MacKay  Canada
19 Anna Sivkova  Russia
20 Oksana Yermakova  Russia
21 Lee Geum-Nam  South Korea
22 Shen Weiwei  China
23 Nadiya Kazimirchuk  Ukraine
24 Sonja Tol  Netherlands
25 Kamara James  United States
26 Kim Mi-jung  South Korea
27 Niki-Katerina Sidiropoulou  Greece
28 Megumi Harada  Japan
29 Ángela María Espinosa  Colombia
30 Monique Kavelaars  Canada
31 Eimey Gómez  Cuba
32 Dimitra Magkanoudaki  Greece
33 Jessica Eliza Beer  New Zealand
34 Catherine Dunnette  Canada
35 Zahra Gamir  Algeria
36 Rachel Barlow  South Africa
37 Natalia Tychler  South Africa
38 Kelly-Anne Wilson  South Africa
39 Aminata Ndong  Senegal

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