Commonwealth Medal tally for Truro
Day one of the Commonwealth Fencing Championships in Australia.
Jupp in Top 16
Truro's Alistair Jupp made the top 16 in the Men's Sabre, finishing in 9th place. Alistair will fence in the team event for Wales later in the week with high hopes of a medal-winning performance
Day two of the Commonwealth Fencing Championships in Australia.
Truro's fencers take medals.
In Senior Women's Sabre Truro's Sophie Williams, fencing for England, picked up the individual silver medal, and team-mate Katie Hendra (also England) took Bronze. Sophie missed out on the gold 15-10 against fellow England fencer Jo Hutchison. Sophie had earlier pipped her Truro team-mate Hendra 15-14 in the semi.
In the Veteran's Men's Sabre, Truro fencer and chair of the club, Keith Rogerson, came away with a bronze medal in his first major international event. Keith, representing England, fenced superbly to make the semis where he lost out to multiple Veterans World Champion and the eventual winner Richard Cohen of Northern Ireland
Day three of the Commonwealth Fencing Championships in Australia.
Truro's Vanessa Hendra picked up the bronze medal in the Veteran Women's Individual Sabre.
Day four of the Commonwealth Fencing Championships in Australia.
Veterans Men's Team Sabre: Truro's Keith Rogerson fenced for England in the team event, picking up a silver medal to add to his bronze from the individual.
Day five of the Commonwealth Fencing Championships in Australia.
Women's Sabre Team: Truro's Sophie Williams and Katie Hendra teamed up with Jo Hutchison, Helen Fairhead and Kira Roberts to take Gold for England in the Women's team sabre!
Medal tally for Truro fencers:
Sophie Williams - Team Gold and Individual Silver
Katie Hendra - Team Gold and Individual Bronze
Men's Veteran Sabre:
|Women's Veteran Sabre:
Vanessa Hendra -Individual Bronze