Results

Scottish Open 2014 Results

Congratulations to 2014 Scottish Open winners:

Men's Foil:  Keith Cook

Women's Foil:  Lisa McKenzie

Men's Epee:  Calum Johnston 

Women's Epee:  Mhairi De Ste Croix

Mens Sabre:  Zsolt Nagy 

Women's Sabre:  Kate Daykin 

 

Full results for each weapon are below:

Men's Foil 

Women's Foil

Watch the Scottish Open Finals - LIVE!

The Scottish Open 2014 Finals will be broadcast live on this site over the weekend - 11th and 12th January.    

This is our first attempt to do this so many aspects are experimental, but our aim is to provide a broadcast quality output with 4 cameras, replay and commentary.  

there are seperate feeds for each day with links to these below.  These feeds will also be available after the Scottish Open on our Youtube channel and on this site.

LPJS Gold

Congratulations to Murray and Peter Caughey, who each gained gold in the Hertfordshire LPJS Foil Competition (24 Nov. 2013): Murray in the Under 11 division and Peter in the Under 9.

Scottish Secondary Schools Individuals 2013 - Results

Results from the Scottish Schools Individual Championships 2013 which was held on the 23/24th November at Linlithgow Academy.


Complete results for each event 

M8 Open 2013 Results

Results from the 2013 M8 Open held in Bathgate on the 16th and 17th November 2013 

 

5 Nations 2013 : Results

The annual 5 Nations Fencing tournament was hosted this year by Scottish Fencing in Edinburgh.  A summary is shown below showing the total number of match victories for each country in each event.

 

Highland Open 2013 Results

Results from the 2013 Highland Open

Mens Foil Epee Sabre

Womens Foil Epee Sabre

U15 Selection Event 1 - 13th October 2013

Results from the first under 15 International Qualifying event held on the 13th Of October 2013.  

Sainsbury's School Games

For the full results of the fencing events in the Sainsbury's School Games, team and individual, see

http://www.2013schoolgames.com/2013/results/fencing/index.php

Team photos will appear on Facebook, where public-spirited persons may add name tags to faces.

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