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Fencing World Cup boys 6 Japanese players lost in the second round


The fencing international tournament, which will serve as the Tokyo Olympics test competition next year, will be held in Chiba City on the 14th.

Fencing World Cup boys 6 Japanese defeated by the 2nd round Dec 14 19:20

The fencing international tournament, which also served as the Tokyo Olympics test competition next year, was held in Chiba City on the 14th, and all six Japanese players, including Toshiya Nishito, who won the silver medal at the Ototoshi World Championship, all played the second round. It was defeated by.

The Fenshi Men's Furele World Cup, the Takamadomiya Cup, is the only World Cup held in Japan, which is held at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba City in conjunction with the Tokyo Olympic Games next year.

On the 14th, the final tournament was held for individual competitions, with five venues called “Pistes” for the Olympics, and the venue lights turned off except for the pistes.

Six people from Japan participated in a tournament of 64 players, and among them, Saito, who was ranked 30th in the world championship silver medal, played against Hong Kong's strongest player who was ranked 6th in the first round. Although Nishito was led to the middle, he won the game with a counter-attack and a thrilling strike.

In the second round, we played against the French players and chased the end of the game, allowing the lead, but at the end we couldn't accurately hit the opponent in the scene of the chance.

Nishito said, “I felt a special atmosphere by competing at the Olympic venue, and the support of the fans helped me a lot. I was only thinking about winning, so I was not satisfied with this result and I was very disappointed. I want to win the tomorrow ’s team match ”.

In addition, all six players, including Takashi Shikine, the 20th highest Japanese player in the world, and Yudai Nagano, who won the All Japan Championship, all lost in the second round.

Source: nhk

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