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Fencing champs see top three placers double up

Fencing champs see top three placers double up

The 2013 National Fencing Championships produced some dastardly duels over the weekend at the Dambol Touk indoor hall of the National Sports Complex.

The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport-sanctioned tournament featured 25 competitors from three clubs battling over two days.

In both the men’s foil singles and men’s epee singles, the podiums were filled in identical fashion by first placed San Sokseiha of Esa Club, runner up Kem Sam Mean of Hosanna Club and Chhim Theara of Hosanna Club.

Hosanna Club triumphed in the Epee team event, beating Esa Club into second and HMM Club into third.


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