April 1, 2023

Misaki Emura Wins Worlds Championship In Women’s Sabre

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Misaki Emura of Japan won the solo women’s sabre event at the world championships on Wednesday in Cairo.

In the final, Misaki Emura defeated Anna Bashta of Azerbaijan, the world’s No. 1 fencer, by a score of 15-10.

According to the Japan Fencing Federation, the 23-year-old Tokyo Olympian is the first Japanese athlete to make it to the podium in the individual sabre competition at either the world championships or the Olympics.

After Yuki Ota won the men’s foil world championship in 2015, she became Japan’s second global champion in the sport of fencing.

Misaki Emura remarked, “I never believed I would stand on the final piste,” referring to the strip where fencing events are held. “It’s a dream come true.” “It’s almost as though I’m dreaming.”

“I was able to advance by playing one match at a time and devising a unique plan for each of my opponents,” I said.

Misaki Emura, who is ranked third in the world, won a bronze medal at the global championships that took place from July 15 to July 23. On Tuesday, Kazuyasu Minobe earned Japan’s first-ever podium result in the individual men’s epee competition. Minobe won the silver medal in the event.

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