Paris World Cup Results????

Paris World Cup Results????

Post by Lola9 » Mon, 13 May 1996 04:00:00


Does anyone know how the Americans did in Paris for the MF World Cup??

I've checked the FIE page, but the results have not yet been posted...

Thanks in advance for your help.

 
 
 

Paris World Cup Results????

Post by David Saper » Tue, 14 May 1996 04:00:00

[I'm not sure if these are confirmed or not, so I'm considering them to be
unofficial for the time being]

Nick Bravin finished 32nd.  No other US fencers finished in the top-32.

David Sapery
USFA Information Systems Coordinator
--
David Sapery



 
 
 

Paris World Cup Results????

Post by Noah Lee Zuck » Thu, 16 May 1996 04:00:00



Quote:
>[I'm not sure if these are confirmed or not, so I'm considering them to be
>unofficial for the time being]

>Nick Bravin finished 32nd.  No other US fencers finished in the top-32.

>David Sapery
>USFA Information Systems Coordinator

Which means, I believe,  the  men's  foil team for the Olympics  is Bravin,
McClain and Bayer

Noah

 
 
 

Paris World Cup Results????

Post by Eric D » Thu, 16 May 1996 04:00:00


Quote:


>>[I'm not sure if these are confirmed or not, so I'm considering them to be
>>unofficial for the time being]

>>Nick Bravin finished 32nd.  No other US fencers finished in the top-32.

>>David Sapery
>>USFA Information Systems Coordinator

>Which means, I believe,  the  men's  foil team for the Olympics  is Bravin,
>McClain and Bayer

>Noah

Nope.  It means, Bayer, Bravin, and (Peter) Devine...in alphaetical order.
Sean gets to sit somewhere near Fulton County Stadium and watch the events.
If any of the athletes get injured prior to the Olympics, Sean could sub in.
Otherwise, if Nick, say, gets injured, then someone else, like Michael Marx
(who has a good chance of making the Olympics in epee) will sub for him
in the team event.  That's the way it goes.  Maybe we could get Peter
Westbrook (who is pretty close to clinhing another Olympic berth) to sub
for foil if need be.  I heard he did well in one of those Olympic Festival
games several years back.

EDEW

 
 
 

Paris World Cup Results????

Post by Gre » Fri, 17 May 1996 04:00:00


Quote:

>Which means, I believe,  the  men's  foil team for the Olympics  is Bravin,
>McClain and Bayer

>Noah

I think it is Bayer, Devine, and Bravin in that order (as far as
points go)  
 
 
 

Paris World Cup Results????

Post by AMcBa » Fri, 17 May 1996 04:00:00



Quote:
>Which means, I believe,  the  men's  foil team for the Olympics  is
Bravin,
>McClain and Bayer

>Noah

Mmmmmmmm... don't think so.

I believe Sean is currently fourth.

Then again, I've been wrong before (but never on ANY of the calls I've
made while reffing you or Sasha ;-)

Ann McBain Ezzell
USFA National Secretary (the elected kind, but not for very much longer)


 
 
 

Paris World Cup Results????

Post by David Saper » Sat, 18 May 1996 04:00:00

The USFA issued a press release today about the Olympic Team.  Cliff Bayer,
Peter Devine, and Nick Bravin have all clinched spots on the Olympic Team.
Sean McClain has clinched the 1st alternate spot.

The other fencers who have clinched spots for Atlanta are Ann Marsh and
Felicia Zimmermann in Women's Foil and Leslie Marx in Women's Epee.

The remaining 9 spots have not been mathematically clinched.

David Sapery
USFA Information Systems Coordinator

Quote:



> >Which means, I believe,  the  men's  foil team for the Olympics  is Bravin,
> >McClain and Bayer

> >Noah

> I think it is Bayer, Devine, and Bravin in that order (as far as
> points go)  

--
David Sapery


 
 
 

Paris World Cup Results????

Post by Noah Lee Zuck » Sun, 19 May 1996 04:00:00

Quote:



>>Which means, I believe,  the  men's  foil team for the Olympics  is
>Bravin,
>>McClain and Bayer

>>Noah

>Mmmmmmmm... don't think so.

>I believe Sean is currently fourth.

I stand corrected. After visiting the USFA site yesterday I literally said to
myself "Oops."

noah