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Fencing at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Women's épée

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Subject: 1996 Summer Olympics, Footer Olympic Champions Fencing Individual Épée Women, Luxembourg at the 1996 Summer Olympics, Gyöngyi Szalay-Horváth, Fencing at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Men's foil
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Fencing at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Women's épée

Women's épée
at the Games of the XXVI Olympiad
Venue Georgia World Congress Center
Dates 21 July 1996
Competitors 48 from 24 nations
Gold medal    France
Silver medal    France
Bronze medal    Hungary
Fencing at the
1996 Summer Olympics
Épée men   women
Team épée men women
Foil men women
Team foil men women
Sabre men
Team sabre men

The women's épée was one of ten fencing events on the fencing at the 1996 Summer Olympics programme. It was the first appearance of the event. The competition was held on 21 July 1996. 48 fencers from 24 nations competed.[1]


Fencer Country
Laura Flessel-Colovic France
Valérie Barlois-Mevel-Leroux France
Gyöngyi Szalay-Horváth Hungary
Margherita Zalaffi Italy
Tímea Nagy Hungary
Adrienn Hormay Hungary
Eva-Maria Ittner Germany
Go Jeong-Jeon South Korea
Claudia Bokel Germany
Sophie Moressée-Pichot France
Gianna Hablützel-Bürki
Katja Nass Germany
Viktoriya Titova Ukraine
Elisa Uga Italy
Oksana Yermakova Estonia
Leslie Marx United States
Taymi Chappe Spain
Maarika Võsu Estonia
Mariya Mazina Russia
Karina Aznavuryan Russia
Joanna Jakimiuk Poland
Heidi Rohi Estonia
Yeva Vybornova Ukraine
Mirayda García Cuba
Yan Jing China
Laura Chiesa Italy
Niki-Katerina Sidiropoulou Greece
Kim Hui-Jeong South Korea
Yuliya Garayeva Russia
Lee Geum-Nam South Korea
Helena Elinder Sweden
Eva Fjellerup Denmark
Rosa María Castillejo Spain
Minna Lehtola Finland
Milagros Palma Cuba
Tamara Savić-Šotra Serbia and Montenegro
Nhi Lan Le United States
Sarah Osvath Australia
Elaine Cheris United States
Noriko Kubo Japan
Tamara Esteri Cuba
Yuko Arai Japan
Michèle Wolf
Mariette Schmit Luxembourg
Sandra Kenel
Nanae Tanaka Japan
Mitch Escanellas Puerto Rico
Henda Zaouali Tunisia


  1. ^ "Fencing: 1996 Olympic Results - Women's épée". Retrieved 2012-02-04. 
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