Ukrainian fencer wins the World Cup in China
Olga Kharlan defeated American and South Korean fencers on her way to victory
Ukrainian fencer Olga Kharlan becomes the strongest at the World Cup in fencing tournament, which takes place in Foshan (China), reports the official website of the International Fencing Federation.
In particular, in first important battles Ukrainian defeated an American Mariel Zagunis in the semifinals (15:13), and in the decisive final match broke the resistance of Kim Ji Yong from South Korea (15:11).
This is the second victory of Ukrainian fencer at the World Cup season 2015/16. She previously won the tournament in Belgium in February.
In addition, Ukrainian Olga Kharlan won a silver medal at the 2nd stage of the season, took place in October of 2015 in France.
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