Fencing at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics

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Fencing
at the I Summer Youth Olympic Games
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Venue Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre
Dates 15 – 18 August 2010
No. of events 7 (3 boys, 3 girls, 1 mixed)
Competitors 78 from 36 nations
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Fencing at the
2010 Summer Youth Olympics
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Events
Cadet Male Épée
Cadet Female Épée
Cadet Male Foil
Cadet Female Foil
Cadet Male Sabre
Cadet Female Sabre
Mixed team

Fencing competitions at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics in Singapore consisted of three Cadet Male individual events, three Cadet Female individual events and one team event including both genders and all 3 weapons: épée, foil and saber. 78 fencers from 36 nations were competing. The venue was located at the International Convention Centre (ICC).[1]

Fencing was one of the five sports that was continually featured at the Olympics since Athens in 1896; the others being athletics, swimming, cycling and gymnastics.

Schedule[edit]

Event Date Event Day Approx. Duration Starting Time Event Details
15 August Sunday 11:00 hrs 9:30 am Men's Sabre
11:00 hrs 12:00 pm Women's Foil
16 August Monday 11:00 hrs 12:00 pm Men's Épée
11:00 hrs 9:30 am Women's Sabre
17 August Tuesday 13:15 hrs 9:00 am Men's Foil
13:15 hrs 1:00 pm Women's Épée
18 August Wednesday 6:45 hrs 9:00 am Mixed Team Fencing

Qualifications[edit]

FIE Qualifications After 2010 Baku Cadet World Championships[edit]

Initially FIE qualified 54 fencers based on the results of 2010 Cadet World Championships in Baku with 1 more entry in each weapon reserved for a host country[2]

A table below illustrates these selections, where number in brackets near fencers' names shows their placement [3] in 2010 Cadet World Championships:

Women's épée NOC Men's épée NOC Women's foil NOC Men's foil NOC Women's sabre NOC Men's sabre NOC
Alberta Santuccio (1)  Italy Nikolaus Bodoczi (1)  Germany Camilla Mancini (2)  Italy Alexander Massialas (1)  United States Alina Komashchuk (1)  Ukraine Richard Hübers (1)  Germany
Lee Hye-won (2)  South Korea Roman Svichkar (3)  Ukraine Dora Lupkovics (3)  Hungary Edoardo Luperi (2)  Italy Seo Ji-yeon (3)  South Korea Leonardo Affede (3)  Italy
Amalia Tătăran (3)  Romania Tomasz Kruk (5)  Poland Wang Lianlian (3)  China Kirill Lichagin (3)  Russia Yana Egorian (5)  Russia Artur Okunev (3)  Russia
Lin Sheng (3)  China Lucian Ciovică (6)  Romania Victoria Alexeeva (5)  Russia Alexander Choupenitch (5)  Czech Republic Angelika Wątor (6)  Poland Mikhail Akula (5)  Belarus
Katharine Holmes (5)  United States Kirill Zhakupov (14)  Kazakhstan Mona Shaito (7)  United States Alexander Tsoronis (7)  Denmark Anja Musch (7)  Germany Will Spear (9)  United States
Yulia Bakhareva (6)  Russia Na Byeong-hun (15)  South Korea Michala Cellerová (9)  Slovakia Lee Kwang Hyun (9)  South Korea Wan Yini (17)  China Jackson Wang (11)  Hong Kong
Amy Radford (8)  Great Britain Alexandre Lyssov (16)  Canada Choi Duk-ha (17)  South Korea Nicholas Edward Choi (10)  Hong Kong Celina Merza (18)  United States Song Jong-hun (23)  South Korea
Isabel Di Tella (37)  Argentina Guilherme Melaragno (36)  Brazil Alanna Goldie (18)  Canada Mostafa Mahmoud (27)  Egypt Mennatalla Ahmed (23)  Egypt Miguel Breault-Mallette (35)  Canada
Wanda Matshaya (60)  South Africa Saleh Saleh (63)  Egypt Menattalla Daw (38)  Egypt Redys Hanngrs Prades Rosabal (33)  Cuba María Carreño (32)  Venezuela Ziad Elsissy (67)  Egypt
 Singapore  Singapore  Singapore  Singapore  Singapore  Singapore

2010 WC medalists prevented from entering YOG through qualifying procedure[edit]

By minimum age limit (born in 1995)[edit]

By exceeding NOC quota of one fencer per NOC[edit]

By teammate substitution[edit]

Final selections[edit]

Finalized selection table[4] included 20 additional fencers added by FIE and IOC based on the final revision of "Criteria for qualification to the 2010 YOG" published here.[5] The following table illustrates final selections where numbers in brackets near fencers' names indicates their placement in 2010 Cadet WC (zero indicates that fencer did not participate).

Women's épée NOC Men's épée NOC Women's foil NOC Men's foil NOC Women's sabre NOC Men's sabre NOC
Alberta Santuccio (1)  Italy Nikolaus Bodoczi (1)  Germany Camilla Mancini(2)  Italy Alexander Massialas(1)  United States Alina Komashchuk(1)  Ukraine Richard Hübers(1)  Germany
Lee Hye-won (2)  South Korea Roman Svichkar(3)  Ukraine Dora Lupkovics (3)  Hungary Edoardo Luperi(2)  Italy Seo Ji-yeon(3)  South Korea Leonardo Affede(3)  Italy
Amalia Tătăran (3)  Romania Tomasz Kruk (5)  Poland Wang Lianlian (3)  China Kirill Lichagin (3)  Russia Yana Egorian (5)  Russia Artur Okunev(3)  Russia
Lin Sheng (3)  China Lucian Ciovică(6)  Romania Victoria Alexeeva(5)  Russia Alexander Choupenitch(5)  Czech Republic Angelika Wątor(6)  Poland Mikhail Akula(5)  Belarus
Katharine Holmes (5)  United States Kirill Zhakupov (14)  Kazakhstan Mona Shaito(7)  United States Alexander Tsoronis(7)  Denmark Anja Musch(7)  Germany Will Spear(9)  United States
Yulia Bakhareva (6)  Russia Na Byeong-hun (15)  South Korea Michala Cellerová (9)  Slovakia Lee Kwang-hyun(9)  South Korea Wan Yini (17)  China Jackson Wang (11)  Hong Kong
Amy Radford (8)  Great Britain Alexandre Lyssov (16)  Canada Choi Duk-ha(17)  South Korea Nicholas Edward Choi(10)  Hong Kong Celina Merza(18)  United States Song Jong-hun (23)  South Korea
Isabel Di Tella (37)  Argentina Guilherme Melaragno(36)  Brazil Alanna Goldie(18)  Canada Mostafa Mahmoud(27)  Egypt Mennatalla Ahmed(23)  Egypt Miguel Breault-Mallette (35)  Canada
Matshaya Wanda (60)  South Africa Saleh Saleh(63)  Egypt Menattalla Daw(38)  Egypt Redys Hanngrs Prades Rosabal (33)  Cuba María Carreño(32)  Venezuela Ziad Elsissy(67)  Egypt
Martyna Swatowska (9)  Poland Ondřej Novotný (8)  Czech Republic Ivania Carballo(58)  El Salvador Antal Györgyi (8)  Hungary Nyabileke Gracia Makwanya (0)  DR Congo Dragoș Sîrbu (6)  Romania
Pauline Brunner (12)  Switzerland Julian Godoy (88)  Costa Rica Rita Abou Jaoudé (0)  Lebanon Tevfik Burak Babaoğlu (11)  Turkey Ema Hilwiyah (0)  Iraq András Szatmári (7)  Hungary
Damyan Jaqman (0)  Palestine Marco Fichera (9)  Italy Mame Awa Ndao (70)  Senegal Alex Tofalides (13)  Great Britain Vittoria Ciardullo (13)  Italy Djibrilla Issaka Kondo (0)  Niger
Rania Herlina Rahardja (62)  Singapore Lim Wei Hao (0)  Singapore Liane Wong Ye Ying (48)  Singapore Justin Xian Shi Ong (49)  Singapore Kenza Boudad (11)  France Arthur Zatko(10)  France

Mixed teams composition[edit]

In total there will be 9 continental teams formed. The composition of the teams will be determined by the results achieved during the individual events. The best fencers ranked in each weapon will form the top team of each continent as follows: Europe 1, Europe 2, Europe 3, Europe 4, Asia 1, Asia 2, Americas 1, Americas 2, Africa.[6]

Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

This table presents only individual results. Mixed team medals are not included.

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Italy (ITA) 3 2 0 5
2  Russia (RUS) 1 1 0 2
3  South Korea (KOR) 1 0 1 2
4  China (CHN) 1 0 0 1
5  United States (USA) 0 2 0 2
6  Germany (GER) 0 1 2 3
7-9  Poland (POL) 0 0 1 1
7-9  Hungary (HUN) 0 0 1 1
7-9  Canada (CAN) 0 0 1 1
Total 6 6 6 18

Events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Cadet Male Épée
details
Marco Fichera
 Italy
Nikolaus Bodoczi
 Germany
Alexandre Lyssov
 Canada
Cadet Male Foil
details
Edoardo Luperi
 Italy
Alexander Massialas
 United States
Lee Hyun-kwang
 South Korea
Cadet Male Sabre
details
Song Hun-jong
 South Korea
Leonardo Affede
 Italy
Richard Hübers
 Germany
Cadet Female Épée
details
Sheng Lin
 China
Alberta Santuccio
 Italy
Martyna Swatowska
 Poland
Cadet Female Foil
details
Camilla Mancini
 Italy
Victoria Alexeeva
 Russia
Dóra Lupkovics
 Hungary
Cadet Female Sabre
details
Yana Egorian
 Russia
Celina Merza
 United States
Anja Musch
 Germany
Mixed Team Event
details
Europe 1
Yana Egorian
 Russia
Marco Fichera
 Italy
Camilla Mancini
 Italy
Leonardo Affede
 Italy
Alberta Santuccio
 Italy
Edoardo Luperi
 Italy
Europe 2
Anja Musch
 Germany
Nikolaus Bodoczi
 Germany
Victoria Alexeeva
 Russia
Richard Hübers
 Germany
Martyna Swatowska
 Poland
Tevfik Burak Babaoğlu
 Turkey
Americas 1
Celina Merza
 United States
Alexandre Lyssov
 Canada
Alanna Goldie
 Canada
Will Spear
 United States
Katharine Holmes
 United States
Alexander Massialas
 United States

Participating nations[edit]

Fencer's distribution by continent[edit]

Women's épée Men's épée Women's foil Men's foil Women's saber Men's Saber Totals Maximum # of teams # of fencers qualified for a team # of fencers not qualified for a team
Europe 6 6 4 6 6 8 36 4 24 12
Americas 2 3 3 2 2 2 14 2 12 2
Asia 4 3 4 4 3 2 20 2 12 8
Africa 1 1 2 1 2 1 8 1 6 2
Totals 13 13 13 13 13 13 78 9 54 24

See also[edit]

References[edit]