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Aron Szilagyi Szilagyi Wins Fencing Sabre Gold - London 2012 Olympics

Full highlights of Hungary's Aron Szilagyi's Gold medal win against Italy's Diego Occhiuzzi in the Men's Fencing Sabre at the London 2012 Olympic Games.

Fencing was included for the first time at the 1896 Games in Athens, and has remained on the Olympic programme since then. The women's fencing competition entered the Games in 1924 in Paris. Today, men and women compete in individual and team events, in which three types of weapon are used: foil, epee and sabre. The foil was, at first, the only weapon used by women, until the 1996 Games in Atlanta, when women's epee was introduced. Women's sabre appeared for the first time on the Olympic programme in Athens in 2004.

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Best of Men's Foil 2018 | Fencing Insider

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- Anaheim 2018 (FIE Fencing Channel:
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- Wuxi 2018: Kruse vs Foconi (FIE Fencing Channel:
- FIE Facebook page (Foconi vs Heo)

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Korea Win Fencing Men's Sabre Team Gold - London 2012 Olympics

Full replay from the ExCeL - South Arena 1 as Korea defeat Romania to win the men's fencing team sabre event at the London 2012 Olympic Games (3 August 2012).

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Fencing was included for the first time at the 1896 Games in Athens, and has remained on the Olympic programme since then. The women's fencing competition entered the Games in 1924 in Paris. Today, men and women compete in individual and team events, in which three types of weapon are used: foil, epee and sabre. The foil was, at first, the only weapon used by women, until the 1996 Games in Atlanta, when women's epee was introduced. Women's sabre appeared for the first time on the Olympic programme in Athens in 2004.

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Fencing CWCH 2010 Mens Epee Gold Medal Match

Fencing Cadets World Championships 2010 Baku, Azerbaidjan
Mens Epee - Gold Medal Match
Byeungchan JUNG (KOR) vs Nikolaus BODOCZI (GER)
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The Rules of Fencing (Olympic Fencing) - EXPLAINED!

Ninh explains - The Rules of Fencing. Sometimes referred to as ‘Olympic Fencing’, this video explains the rules of foil, the rules of epee and the rules of sabre.
Fencing is the oldest combat sport in the Olympic games.

Watch this short beginner’s tutorial video guide on how Fencing is played, Fencing rules, and how to fence.
Learn about foil, épée, sabre, right of way, parry, riposte, beat, fall short, thrust, slash, penalties, non combativity and more.

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Expert Saber Sparring: Lee Smith vs Richard Marsden

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Impressive fighting skills at work. There is a reason why these guys teach historical swordsmanship.

This match took place at the Blood & Iron historical martial arts school in New Westminster, BC, Canada. Richard Marsden, co-founder and principal instructor of the Phoenix Society of Historical Swordsmanship, came for a visit to give two seminars, one on Fiore's longsword and another on Polish saber fencing. After the instruction he sparred with Lee Smith, co-founder and principal instructor of Blood & Iron.





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The Physics and Speed of Fencing

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How much do you know about fencing? For most people, it's not much – a few seconds of quick moves, and a winner declared on the scoreboard. The speed of attacks and hits is so fast – it's quite hard to follow with an untutored eye.

Ukrainian fencer Olga Kharlan not only understands what's happening in those seconds, but also excels at scoring winning hits. Fencing isn't about force. Rather, the ability to choose the right position and distance is the key. The faster fencer will 'step-lunge', which offers more chances to land a hit first. The speed of this move made by professional athletes can be compared to the acceleration of a race car.

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Sports Explainer: The classic fencing weapon, the 'foil'

We take an in-depth look at the mastery required for 'The Foil' in fencing with our latest Sports Explainer.

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Lei Sheng Win's Men's Individual Foil Gold - London 2012 Olympics

Highlights as Lei Sheng Win's the Men's Individual Foil Gold during the London 2012 Olympic Games.

Fencing was included for the first time at the 1896 Games in Athens, and has remained on the Olympic programme since then. The women's fencing competition entered the Games in 1924 in Paris. Today, men and women compete in individual and team events, in which three types of weapon are used: foil, epee and sabre. The foil was, at first, the only weapon used by women, until the 1996 Games in Atlanta, when women's epee was introduced. Women's sabre appeared for the first time on the Olympic programme in Athens in 2004.

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Fencing: Men's Epee Team | Rio 2016 Replays

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Relive the Men's Epee Team competition in Fencing of the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro! Italy, Hungary, and France all made it to the top three. Stay tuned to find out the final order on the podium.

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Star Wars duel on Fencing World Championships. BEST SOUND


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Fencing Senior World Championships Moscow 2015

School of Saberfighting is one of the first teams in the world that specialises in public performance of duels inspired by Star Wars, and also provides training for those who wish to learn this form of stage fencing.
Many of our trainees have won the highest stage fencing athletic titles in various Russian championships, and acted in fencing combat scenes in theatre and films. They also collaborated with a Combat Choreographer from Hollywood, and performed during the World Fencing Championship 2015.


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LEE Kwanghyun Fencing Highlights - Fastest fencer in the world

Lee Kwanghyun Fencing Highlights.
Who is faster than this fencer?

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Funny and Awkward Fencing Moments - Part 3!

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Original videos in order of appearance:
- Athens 2004 - Guyart vs Sanzo:
- St. Petersburg 2003 - Guyart vs Cassarà:
- Cairo 2017 - Cassarà vs Imboden:
- Leipzig 2017, Team Finals:
- CIP 2019, Team Finals:
- Leipzig 2017, Individual Final:
- Wuxi 2018, Individual Final:
- Wuxi 2018, Individual Sabre Final:
- Seoul 2017 - Szilagyi vs Montano:
- Wuxi 2019, Team Final:
- Wuxi 2018, Cheung Ka Long vs Kruse:
- Bonn 2018 - Luperi vs Tofalides:
- Anaheim 2018 - Tofalides vs Cheremisinov:
- Anaheim 2018 - Abouelkassem vs Lefort:
- Anaheim 2018 - Miiyake vs LePechoux:
- Wuxi 2018, RUS vs USA:
- Wuxi 2019, Team Final:
- Napoli 2019, Sting of Victory:
- Anaheim 2018 - Imboden vs Safin:
- Budapest 2019 - Russia vs USA:
- Race Imboden and the ball:

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- FIE Fencing Channel:
- Fencing Vision:
- Fédération Française d'Escrime:
- Fencing Nation:
- FIE Facebook:

Best of Men's Foil 2017 | Fencing Insider

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Best of Men's Foil - Up to 2017:
- Leipzig 2005 (WCH): Salvatore Sanzo pulls off a last-minute win, four seconds before the end of the overtime period.
- Turin 2006 (WCH): Peter Joppich wins his second world championship title, beating Andrea Baldini with a fast parry-riposte.
- Beijing 2008 (Olympic Games): Ota Yuki becomes one of the world's favorite fencers with his silver medal finish.
- Catania 2011 (WCH): Race Imboden knocks out defending world champion Peter Joppich.
- London 2012 (Olympic Games): Byungchul Choi amazes the world with his incredible energy and athleticism, earning the bronze medal.
- Moscow 2015 (WCH): Ota Yuki becomes world champion after defeating Gerek Meinhardt and Alex Massialas.
- Rio 2016 (Olympic Games): Daniele Garozzo wins the gold, bringing the Olympic title back to Italy after 20 years. The bronze medal goes to rising Russian fencer Timur Safin.
- Leipzig 2017 (WCH): Zherebchenko wins the gold after defeating the rising fencers of the Japanese foil team. In the team event, Miles Chamley-Watson surprises the world with his unique style.

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Fencing's Never-Ending Second | Strangest Moments

The fencing piste is not normally a setting for controversy, but that all changed at London 2012 when Britta Heidemann took on Shin A-Lam.

The most unusual moments from Olympic history are investigated once again to reveal the stranger side of the five rings:

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At Home Fencing Drills - Foil #1

Some basic exercises to do with a target at home.

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Exercises:

⦁ Repeat Hits - 30s
⦁ Repeat Hits with Movement - 30s
⦁ Short Hit, Extension Hit - Two Sets of 10
⦁ Two Short Hits, Extension Hit - Two Sets of 10
⦁ Extension Advance Hit from Position 6 - Two Sets of 10
⦁ Extension Advance Hit from Position 4 - Two Sets of 10
⦁ Extension Advance Hit from Position 8 - Two Sets of 10
⦁ Lunge Hit - Two Sets of 10
⦁ Advance Lunge Hit - Two Sets of 10
⦁ Hit, Advance Hit, Lunge Hit, Advance Lunge Hit - Two Sets of 3
⦁ Advance Hit, Position 6, Hit - Two Sets of 10
⦁ Advance Hit, Position 4, Hit - Two Sets of 10
⦁ Advance Hit, Position 8, Hit - Two Sets of 10
⦁ Lunge Hit, Position 6, Hit - Two Sets of 10
⦁ Lunge Hit, Position 4, Hit - Two Sets of 10
⦁ Advance Lunge Hit, Position 6, Hit - Two Sets of 10
⦁ Advance Lunge Hit, Position 4, Hit - Two Sets of 10
⦁ Fast Lunges - Two Sets of 5
⦁ Fast Advance Lunges - Two Sets of 5
⦁ Fast Double Advance Lunges - Two Sets of 5
⦁ Fast Lunge, Advance Lunge, Double Advance Lunge - Two Sets of 3

- Arm at Shoulder Level with Extension
- Blade Bends Up Diagonally After Hits
- Focus on Smooth Tip Movement Forward
- Rest Between Exercises & Sets!

Fencing Visualized for 2020

フェンシングを誰でも理解し楽しめるスポーツへ進化させるプロジェクト。
あらゆるデータを可視化し、様々なコンテンツを取り込むことで、フェンシングをエンターテインメントとして拡張することに挑戦しています。

Evolved fencing to a sport everybody can understand and enjoy.
Many challenges such as, visual data acquisition and adopting a variety of contents were implemented to evolve fencing into a worldwide spectacle.

Why There Should Be More Women In Fencing | Be A Badass | Brawlers

On this episode of Be A Badass, Allison Hagendorf highlights women in fencing. By attempting fencing for the first time, she shines a light on the importance of women's involvement in the sport. Watch this episode of Be A Badass to see her give it a go!

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Be A Badass, hosted by Allison Hagendorf, is a series focused on destroying preconceived notions on female athletes. In each episode, she takes on a physical challenge to push her own limits and make a point. Her goal is the shake up the idea of what women can and cannot do in sports today.

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Brawlers is celebrating women in sports and delivering a fresh look at some of the most accomplished female athletes in the world who are eliminating the distinction between strength and beauty.

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Best of Men's Foil 2019 | Fencing Insider

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Original videos in order of appearance:
- Wuxi WCH Kruse v Cheung:
- NAC Chamley-Watson v Meinhardt:
- Bonn Meinhardt v Lefort:
- Bonn Lefort v Kruse:
- Bonn Cassara v Kruse:
- Bonn Fra v Jap:
- Bonn Ita v USA:
- CIP Ind:
- CIP Team:
- Tokyo Ind:
- Tokyo Team:
- Turin Foconi vs Itkin:
- Turin Finals:
- Cairo Ind:
- Cairo Team:
- Anaheim Finals:
- Torun Juniors:
- Torun Cadets:
- Saint-Petersburg Ind:
- Saint-Petersburg Team:
- Anaheim Chamley-Watson v Itkin:
- Anaheim Marini v Itkin:
- Anaheim Safin v Itkin:
- Anaheim Choi v Foconi:
- Anaheim Foconi v Itkin:
- Asian CHZ:
- European CHZ Lefort v Garozzo:
- European CHZ Cheremisinov v Foconi:
- European CHZ Foconi v Garozzo:
- European CHZ Germany v Italy:
- European CHZ Germany v France:
- Napoli Highlights:
- Napoli:
- Pan-Am CHZ Cervantes v Toldo:
- Pan-Am CHZ Itkin v Toldo:
- Pan-Am CHZ Massialas v Toldo:
- Pan-Am CHZ Imboden v Toldo:
- Budapest WCH Finals:
- Budapest WCH Piste Green:
- Budapest WCH Piste Red:
- Budapest WCH Piste Yellow:
- Budapest WCH USA v Rus:
- Budapest WCH Ita v Fra:
- Budapest WCH (Team) - Garozzo vs Safin:
- Budapest WCH (Team) - Avola vs Arslanov:
- Budapest WCH (Team) - Garozzo vs Cheremisinov:
- Budapest WCH USA v Fra:

Fencing Insider’s Highlights:
- CIP Ind:
- CIP Team:
- Tokyo Ind:
- Tokyo Team:
- Turin Ind:
- Cairo Ind:
- Cairo Team:
- Anaheim:
- Torun Juniors:
- Torun Cadets:
- Saint-Petersburg Ind:
- Saint-Petersburg Team:
- Shanghai:
- Asian CHZ:
- European CHZ Ind:
- European CHZ Ger v Ita:
- European CHZ Ger v Fra:
- Napoli:
- Pan-Am CHZ Ind:
- Budapest WCH Ind:
- Budapest WCH Team T4:
- Budapest WCH USA v Fra:

Special thanks to the following for the content used to create this compilation:
- FIE Fencing Channel:
- Fencing Vision:
- Fédération Française d'Escrime:
- Japan Fencing Federation:
- Russian Fencing Federation:
- Cyrus of Chaos:

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WE WERE BORN TO BE WINNERS - RUSSIA HAS A LONG AND PROUD HISTORY OF FENCING

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