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A great day on the piste yesterday with Australia earning its first team medal at an open zone championships!

The men's foil team of Sholto Douglas, Ned Fitzgerald, Chris Nagle and Lucas Webber is returning home with BRONZE after defeating Kuwait (FIE entry) 45/34 in the T16 and Singapore 45/33 in the quarter finals.

The semi-final match against top-ranked Korea held some dramatic moments, including a 15-5 bout by Chris Nagle. Australian supporters went wild as Chris threw caution to the wind, ripping out a flurry of actions to completely dominate his opponent. The score-keeper ran out of space to record the hits. Korea managed to maintain its lead however, claiming a 45/36 victory.

With a bronze medal in the bag, Australia fenced Japan to determine third place for FIE ranking purposes, going down 31/45 to finish in 4th place overall. Korea won gold over Hong Kong silver 45/39. 

Congratulations to our athletes, coaches, and supporters!