Fencing: The men’s fencing team ranks fifth in the Istanbul Cup

Our men’s fencing team lost only one ace at the World Cup in Istanbul, unfortunately in the quarter-finals, so they finished fifth.

Gergelis Seklos lost out to the ace (Picture: Nemzeti Sport)

In all respects, and indeed in almost every round, the paper model was upended at the Men’s Fencing World Cup in Istanbul, and to see how true this is, it suffices to record the arrival of the Netherlands and Kazakhstan to the finals: the Dutch were 24th before the competition, while the Kazakhs were 26th in the world.

We took third place, and the French and Italians were also ahead of them at the World Cup competition in Istanbul – the Italians did not even make it to the top eight …

The quartet of Tibor Andrassy, ​​Mate Koch, David Nagy, and Gergely Seklosi jumped this hurdle without any problems, but then failed to reach the quarter-finals against the Spaniards, losing to the Hungarian team by two points.

After that, he won aces again, and our team ended up in fifth place.

World Cup competition, Istanbul
duelist. men. a team. To reach the round of 16:
Hungary – Singapore 45:34 (Nagy D. +4, Siklósi +4, Andrásfi +3). Round of 16: Hungary and Canada 43:35 (Koch +4, Nagy D. +3, Siklósi +3, Andrásfi -2). Quarter-finals: Spain-Hungary 37:35 (Nagy D. +5, Cyclosi -1, Koch -3, Andrasvi -3). 5-8. for place: Hungary-Argentina 45:24 (Siklósi +10, Nagy D. +8, Koch +2, Andrásfi +1). For fifth place: Hungary-Japan 45:34 (Koch +8, Siklósi +4, Nagy D. -1)

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