Fencing at the 2019 Pan American Games

Fencing competitions at the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru are scheduled to be held between August 5 and 10, 2019 at the Lima Convention Centre.[1]

Fencing at the XVIII Pan American Games
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Fencing pictogram
VenueLima Convention Centre
DatesAugust 5–10, 2019
Competitors156 from 15 nations
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12 medal events are scheduled to be contested, in the three disciplines of épée, foil and sabre. In each discipline an individual and team event will be held for each gender. A total of 156 fencers will qualify to compete at the games.[2]


Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  United States (USA)100111
2  Venezuela (VEN)1236
3  Cuba (CUB)1124
4  Canada (CAN)0369
5  Argentina (ARG)0314
6  Brazil (BRA)0123
7  Chile (CHI)0101
  Dominican Republic (DOM)0101
9  Colombia (COL)0022
10  Mexico (MEX)0011
Totals (10 nations)12121842

MedalistsEdit

Men's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual épée
details
Rubén Limardo
  Venezuela
Jesús Limardo
  Venezuela
Jhon Édison Rodríguez
  Colombia
Yunior Reytor
  Cuba
Team épée
details
  Cuba (CUB)
Reynier Henrique
Humberto Aguilera
Yunior Reytor
Luis Enrique Patterson
  Argentina (ARG)
Santiago Lucchetti
Alessandro Taccani
José Félix Domínguez
Jesús Lugones
  Venezuela (VEN)
Jesús Limardo
Gabriel Lugo
Francisco Limardo
Rubén Limardo
Individual foil
details
Gerek Meinhardt
  United States
Gustavo Alarcón
  Chile
Maximilien van Haaster
  Canada
Race Imboden
  United States
Team foil
details
  United States (USA)
Race Imboden
Nick Itkin
Gerek Meinhardt
  Brazil (BRA)
Henrique Marques
Heitor Shimbo
Guilherme Toldo
Alexandre de Camargo
  Canada (CAN)
Mikhail Sweet
Seraphim Hsieh Jarov
Maximilien van Haaster
Eli Schenkel
Individual sabre
details
Daryl Homer
  United States
Pascual Di Tella
  Argentina
Harold Rodríguez
  Cuba
Shaul Gordon
  Canada
Team sabre
details
  United States (USA)
Jeffrey Spear
Eli Dershwitz
Daryl Homer
  Canada (CAN)
Eli Schenkel
Shaul Gordon
Farès Arfa
Joseph Polossifakis
  Colombia (COL)
Luis Enrique Correa
Sebastián Cuéllar
Pablo Trochez

Women's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual épée
details
Katharine Holmes
  United States
Patrizia Piovesan
  Venezuela
Clara Isabel Di Tella
  Argentina
Nathalie Moellhausen
  Brazil
Team épée
details
  United States (USA)
Isis Washington
Catherine Nixon
Katharine Holmes
  Cuba (CUB)
Aymara Tablada
Yamirka Rodríguez
Seily Mendoza
Diamelys González
  Venezuela (VEN)
Patrizia Piovesan
María Gabriela Martínez
Lizze Asis
Individual foil
details
Lee Kiefer
  United States
Jessica Guo
  Canada
Eleanor Harvey
  Canada
Bia Bulcão
  Brazil
Team foil
details
  United States (USA)
Nicole Ross
Lee Kiefer
Jacqueline Dubrovich
  Canada (CAN)
Alanna Goldie
Gabriella Page
Jessica Guo
Eleanor Harvey
  Mexico (MEX)
Denisse Hernández
Melissa Rebolledo
Nataly Michel
Individual sabre
details
Anne-Elizabeth Stone
  United States
María Belén Pérez Maurice
  Argentina
Alejandra Benítez
  Venezuela
Gabriella Page
  Canada
Team sabre
details
  United States (USA)
Monica Aksamit
Chloe Fox-Gitomer
Anne-Elizabeth Stone
  Dominican Republic (DOM)
Heyddys Ysabel
Rossy Félix
Violeta Ramírez
Melody Martínez
  Canada (CAN)
Marissa Ponich
Pamela Brind'Amour
Gabriella Page
Eleanor Harvey

Participating nationsEdit

A total of 15 countries qualified athletes. The number of athletes a nation entered is in parentheses beside the name of the country.

QualificationEdit

A total of 156 fencers will qualify to compete. Each nation may enter a maximum of 18 athletes (nine per gender). The top seven teams at the 2018 Pan American Championships, along with the top two individuals not qualified through the team event will qualify for each respective discipline per gender. The host nation, Peru, automatically qualifies the maximum number of fencers (18). A maximum of two athletes from one NOC can enter the individual events.[2]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Pan American Schedule" (PDF). www.lima2019.pe. Lima Organizing Committee for the 2019 Pan and Parapan American Games (COPAL). 13 June 2019. Retrieved 16 June 2019.
  2. ^ a b "Qualification System manual" (PDF). www.panamsports.org/. Pan American Sports Organization. 25 April 2018. Retrieved 18 June 2018.

External linksEdit