16-year-old gets silver at cadet/junior world champ.

16-year-old gets silver at cadet/junior world champ.

Post by Jean-Charles Gregoi » Fri, 14 Apr 1995 04:00:00


Article from the Ottawa Citizen, April 13, 1995:

        "PARIS (CP) -- Alexandra Wawryn of Ottawa single-handedly wiped
out the entire French team en route to a silver medal in the women's epee
cadet class at the world junior and cadet fencing championships.
        It was Canada's first medal in world championship cadet
competition.  wawryn, a 16-year-old Grade 11 student, dashed France's
medal hoped Wednesday by eliminating its three entries.
        She followed with wins over Renata Dejewska of Poland 15-8 and
Lonila Piliponis of Estonia 15-9 before losing 15-7 to Emese Takacs of
Hungary in the gold medal match.
        "'This is not a huge surprise of us because she has shown great
potential over the last couple of years,' said Canadian coach Jean-Pierre
Lecoz of Montreal.
        'What really impressed me was her compusre.  Unfortunately it was
such a long day she ran out of gas in the final.'"

She fences at our club.  Another epeeist who recently attended the world
championships was James Ransom, ranking 60th (I think).
Any questions?
--
Jean-Charles Gregoire,      |            . o        c ,

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16-year-old gets silver at cadet/junior world champ.

Post by Sasha Zuck » Sat, 15 Apr 1995 04:00:00


Quote:

> Article from the Ottawa Citizen, April 13, 1995:

>         "PARIS (CP) -- Alexandra Wawryn of Ottawa single-handedly wiped
> out the entire French team en route to a silver medal in the women's epee
> cadet class at the world junior and cadet fencing championships.

That's pretty awesome...

 
 
 

16-year-old gets silver at cadet/junior world champ.

Post by Morgan Bur » Wed, 19 Apr 1995 04:00:00

|> Article from the Ottawa Citizen, April 13, 1995:
|>
|>   "PARIS (CP) -- Alexandra Wawryn of Ottawa single-handedly wiped
|> out the entire French team en route to a silver medal in the women's epee
|> cadet class at the world junior and cadet fencing championships.
|>   It was Canada's first medal in world championship cadet
|> competition.

First silver medal, perhaps.  Laurie Shong was cadet world champion in
men's epee in '87 or '88.

-- Morgan Burke