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Israeli fencer wins bronze at ‘university Olympics’
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
07/08/2019
For relevance and number of participants, the Universiade, also known as ‘World University Games’ is just second to the Olympic Games.
Israeli epee-fencer Nickol Tal has won a bronze medal at the 30th Summer Universiade, which is taking place in Naples Italy between July 3 and July 14.


For relevance and number of participants, the Universiade, also known as ‘World University Games’ is just second to the Olympic Games. The event is organized by the International University Sports Federation (FISU).

Tal, who lost 15-8 to French Alexandra Louis-Marie in the semifinal round, merited the bronze with Italy’s Roberta Marzani. Louis Marie won the gold after defeating Russia’s Evgeniya Zharkova 15-12.

The twelve-day Summer Universiade competition program includes fifteen compulsory sports, including swimming, athletics, archery, artistic gymnastics and basketball.

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