Olympic Fencing action

The border divide: a wall along one of the several layers of the US-Mexico border fencing in the border town of McAllen, Texas
The border divide: a wall along one of the several layers of the US-Mexico border fencing in the border town of McAllen, Texas
The border divide: a wall along one of the several layers of the US-Mexico border fencing in the border town of McAllen, Texas
The border divide: a wall along one of the several layers of the US-Mexico border fencing in the border town of McAllen, Texas
The border divide: a wall along one of the several layers of the US-Mexico border fencing in the border town of McAllen, Texas
The border divide: a wall along one of the several layers of the US-Mexico border fencing in the border town of McAllen, Texas
The border divide: a wall along one of the several layers of the US-Mexico border fencing in the border town of McAllen, Texas (AFP Photo/Gianrigo MARLETTA)
The border divide: a wall along one of the several layers of the US-Mexico border fencing in the border town of McAllen, Texas
The border divide: a wall along one of the several layers of the US-Mexico border fencing in the border town of McAllen, Texas (AFP Photo/Gianrigo MARLETTA)
The border divide: a wall along one of the several layers of the US-Mexico border fencing in the border town of McAllen, Texas
The border divide: a wall along one of the several layers of the US-Mexico border fencing in the border town of McAllen, Texas
The border divide: a wall along one of the several layers of the US-Mexico border fencing in the border town of McAllen, Texas
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Sofya Velikaya of Russia reacts during the women's Sabre final event against Cecilia Berder of France at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Sofya Velikaya of Russia reacts during the women's Sabre final event against Cecilia Berder of France at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Sofya Velikaya of Russia reacts during the women's Sabre final event against Cecilia Berder of France at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Sofya Velikaya of Russia reacts during the women's Sabre final event against Cecilia Berder of France at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Sofya Velikaya of Russia reacts during the women's Sabre final event against Cecilia Berder of France at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Sofya Velikaya of Russia reacts during the women's Sabre final event against Cecilia Berder of France at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Sofya Velikaya of Russia in action during the women's Sabre final event against Cecilia Berder of France at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Sofya Velikaya of Russia in action during the women's Sabre final event against Cecilia Berder of France at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Sofya Velikaya of Russia in action during the women's Sabre final event against Cecilia Berder of France at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Sofya Velikaya (R) of Russia in action during the women's Sabre final event against Cecilia Berder of France at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Sofya Velikaya (R) of Russia in action during the women's Sabre final event against Cecilia Berder of France at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Sofya Velikaya (R) of Russia in action during the women's Sabre final event against Cecilia Berder of France at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Sofya Velikaya (R) of Russia in action during the women's Sabre final event against Cecilia Berder (L) of France at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Sofya Velikaya (R) of Russia in action during the women's Sabre final event against Cecilia Berder (L) of France at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Sofya Velikaya (R) of Russia in action during the women's Sabre final event against Cecilia Berder (L) of France at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Sofya Velikaya (R) of Russia in action during the women's Sabre final event against Cecilia Berder (L) of France at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Sofya Velikaya (R) of Russia in action during the women's Sabre final event against Cecilia Berder (L) of France at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Sofya Velikaya (R) of Russia in action during the women's Sabre final event against Cecilia Berder (L) of France at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Cecilia Berder (L) of France in action during the women's Sabre final event against Sofya Velikaya (R) of Russia at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Cecilia Berder (L) of France in action during the women's Sabre final event against Sofya Velikaya (R) of Russia at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Cecilia Berder (L) of France in action during the women's Sabre final event against Sofya Velikaya (R) of Russia at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Cecilia Berder (L) of France reacts during the women's Sabre final event against Sofya Velikaya (R) of Russia at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Cecilia Berder (L) of France reacts during the women's Sabre final event against Sofya Velikaya (R) of Russia at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Cecilia Berder (L) of France reacts during the women's Sabre final event against Sofya Velikaya (R) of Russia at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Cecilia Berder (L) of France in action during the women's Sabre final event against Sofya Velikaya (R) of Russia at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Cecilia Berder (L) of France in action during the women's Sabre final event against Sofya Velikaya (R) of Russia at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Cecilia Berder (L) of France in action during the women's Sabre final event against Sofya Velikaya (R) of Russia at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov (L) of Russia in action during the men's Foil Final event against Daniele Garozzo of Italy at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov (L) of Russia in action during the men's Foil Final event against Daniele Garozzo of Italy at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov (L) of Russia in action during the men's Foil Final event against Daniele Garozzo of Italy at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov of Russia reacts during the men's Foil Final event against Daniele Garozzo of Italy at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov of Russia reacts during the men's Foil Final event against Daniele Garozzo of Italy at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov of Russia reacts during the men's Foil Final event against Daniele Garozzo of Italy at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov (L) of Russia reacts during the men's Foil Final event against Daniele Garozzo (R) of Italy at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov (L) of Russia reacts during the men's Foil Final event against Daniele Garozzo (R) of Italy at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov (L) of Russia reacts during the men's Foil Final event against Daniele Garozzo (R) of Italy at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Daniele Garozzo of Italy reacts during the men's Foil Final event against Alexey Cheremisinov of Russia at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Daniele Garozzo of Italy reacts during the men's Foil Final event against Alexey Cheremisinov of Russia at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Daniele Garozzo of Italy reacts during the men's Foil Final event against Alexey Cheremisinov of Russia at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov (L) of Russia and Daniele Garozzo (R) of Italy during the men's Foil Final event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov (L) of Russia and Daniele Garozzo (R) of Italy during the men's Foil Final event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov (L) of Russia and Daniele Garozzo (R) of Italy during the men's Foil Final event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov (L) of Russia in action against Daniele Garozzo (R) of Italy during the men's Foil Final event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov (L) of Russia in action against Daniele Garozzo (R) of Italy during the men's Foil Final event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov (L) of Russia in action against Daniele Garozzo (R) of Italy during the men's Foil Final event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
Costly ring-fencing to protect consumers from ‘casino’ investment banking risks may have made British lenders more prone to collapse rather than safer. UBS analysts said that the carve-out of stand-alone retail banks by Barclays and others will not benefit customers. They claimed the changes have raised the chances of a “liquidity crisis” in the UK similar to the financial crisis. Ring-fencing, overseen by City regulators, has left banks less flexible and unable to reallocate capital as easily in a downturn, UBS said. It added: “Beyond £3bn in restructuring costs incurred by the big five banks, we think the affected firms are left less competitive and efficient, likely to cede share and vulnerable in a downturn.” The Treasury defended the ring-fencing policy The reforms will lead to smaller investment banks and downward pressure on bank shares, according to the Swiss bank. Ring-fencing has already been completed by Barclays, RBS and Lloyds, with HSBC and Santander to follow suit before a deadline in January. Barclays alone has spent £1 bn to move 24 million customers, £250 bn of assets and change a million sort codes. The regulations are meant to protect consumers and businesses from the fallout of another financial crisis. According to regulators, if an investment bank fails, the associated retail bank would have its own capital and separate IT systems and remain safe. The Treasury defended the policy. “Ring-fencing protects the deposits of everyday customers, reduces the likelihood of a future financial crisis and, if a bank fails, ensures that the taxpayer is not on the hook,” a spokesman said. Former business secretary and Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable said: “We need to make sure these bad banking behaviours are at an end. There can be no return to the bad old days.” UK Finance, which represents Britain’s lenders, said: “The industry has worked with regulators to ensure these changes are brought in on time and will closely monitor their impact.”
Consumer safeguards 'raise risk of new financial crisis'
Costly ring-fencing to protect consumers from ‘casino’ investment banking risks may have made British lenders more prone to collapse rather than safer. UBS analysts said that the carve-out of stand-alone retail banks by Barclays and others will not benefit customers. They claimed the changes have raised the chances of a “liquidity crisis” in the UK similar to the financial crisis. Ring-fencing, overseen by City regulators, has left banks less flexible and unable to reallocate capital as easily in a downturn, UBS said. It added: “Beyond £3bn in restructuring costs incurred by the big five banks, we think the affected firms are left less competitive and efficient, likely to cede share and vulnerable in a downturn.” The Treasury defended the ring-fencing policy The reforms will lead to smaller investment banks and downward pressure on bank shares, according to the Swiss bank. Ring-fencing has already been completed by Barclays, RBS and Lloyds, with HSBC and Santander to follow suit before a deadline in January. Barclays alone has spent £1 bn to move 24 million customers, £250 bn of assets and change a million sort codes. The regulations are meant to protect consumers and businesses from the fallout of another financial crisis. According to regulators, if an investment bank fails, the associated retail bank would have its own capital and separate IT systems and remain safe. The Treasury defended the policy. “Ring-fencing protects the deposits of everyday customers, reduces the likelihood of a future financial crisis and, if a bank fails, ensures that the taxpayer is not on the hook,” a spokesman said. Former business secretary and Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable said: “We need to make sure these bad banking behaviours are at an end. There can be no return to the bad old days.” UK Finance, which represents Britain’s lenders, said: “The industry has worked with regulators to ensure these changes are brought in on time and will closely monitor their impact.”
Costly ring-fencing to protect consumers from ‘casino’ investment banking risks may have made British lenders more prone to collapse rather than safer. UBS analysts said that the carve-out of stand-alone retail banks by Barclays and others will not benefit customers. They claimed the changes have raised the chances of a “liquidity crisis” in the UK similar to the financial crisis. Ring-fencing, overseen by City regulators, has left banks less flexible and unable to reallocate capital as easily in a downturn, UBS said. It added: “Beyond £3bn in restructuring costs incurred by the big five banks, we think the affected firms are left less competitive and efficient, likely to cede share and vulnerable in a downturn.” The Treasury defended the ring-fencing policy The reforms will lead to smaller investment banks and downward pressure on bank shares, according to the Swiss bank. Ring-fencing has already been completed by Barclays, RBS and Lloyds, with HSBC and Santander to follow suit before a deadline in January. Barclays alone has spent £1 bn to move 24 million customers, £250 bn of assets and change a million sort codes. The regulations are meant to protect consumers and businesses from the fallout of another financial crisis. According to regulators, if an investment bank fails, the associated retail bank would have its own capital and separate IT systems and remain safe. The Treasury defended the policy. “Ring-fencing protects the deposits of everyday customers, reduces the likelihood of a future financial crisis and, if a bank fails, ensures that the taxpayer is not on the hook,” a spokesman said. Former business secretary and Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable said: “We need to make sure these bad banking behaviours are at an end. There can be no return to the bad old days.” UK Finance, which represents Britain’s lenders, said: “The industry has worked with regulators to ensure these changes are brought in on time and will closely monitor their impact.”
Consumer safeguards 'raise risk of new financial crisis'
Costly ring-fencing to protect consumers from ‘casino’ investment banking risks may have made British lenders more prone to collapse rather than safer. UBS analysts said that the carve-out of stand-alone retail banks by Barclays and others will not benefit customers. They claimed the changes have raised the chances of a “liquidity crisis” in the UK similar to the financial crisis. Ring-fencing, overseen by City regulators, has left banks less flexible and unable to reallocate capital as easily in a downturn, UBS said. It added: “Beyond £3bn in restructuring costs incurred by the big five banks, we think the affected firms are left less competitive and efficient, likely to cede share and vulnerable in a downturn.” The Treasury defended the ring-fencing policy The reforms will lead to smaller investment banks and downward pressure on bank shares, according to the Swiss bank. Ring-fencing has already been completed by Barclays, RBS and Lloyds, with HSBC and Santander to follow suit before a deadline in January. Barclays alone has spent £1 bn to move 24 million customers, £250 bn of assets and change a million sort codes. The regulations are meant to protect consumers and businesses from the fallout of another financial crisis. According to regulators, if an investment bank fails, the associated retail bank would have its own capital and separate IT systems and remain safe. The Treasury defended the policy. “Ring-fencing protects the deposits of everyday customers, reduces the likelihood of a future financial crisis and, if a bank fails, ensures that the taxpayer is not on the hook,” a spokesman said. Former business secretary and Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable said: “We need to make sure these bad banking behaviours are at an end. There can be no return to the bad old days.” UK Finance, which represents Britain’s lenders, said: “The industry has worked with regulators to ensure these changes are brought in on time and will closely monitor their impact.”
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov (L) of Russia in action against Daniele Garozzo (R) of Italy during the men's Foil Final event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov (L) of Russia in action against Daniele Garozzo (R) of Italy during the men's Foil Final event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov (L) of Russia in action against Daniele Garozzo (R) of Italy during the men's Foil Final event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov (L) of Russia in action against Daniele Garozzo (R) of Italy during the men's Foil Final event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov (L) of Russia in action against Daniele Garozzo (R) of Italy during the men's Foil Final event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov (L) of Russia in action against Daniele Garozzo (R) of Italy during the men's Foil Final event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov of Russia reacts during the men's Foil Final event against Daniele Garozzo of Italy at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov of Russia reacts during the men's Foil Final event against Daniele Garozzo of Italy at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov of Russia reacts during the men's Foil Final event against Daniele Garozzo of Italy at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov (L) of Russia in action against Daniele Garozzo (R) of Italy during the men's Foil Final event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov (L) of Russia in action against Daniele Garozzo (R) of Italy during the men's Foil Final event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov (L) of Russia in action against Daniele Garozzo (R) of Italy during the men's Foil Final event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Daniele Garozzo (R) of Italy reacts during the men's Foil Final event against Alexey Cheremisinov of Russia at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Daniele Garozzo (R) of Italy reacts during the men's Foil Final event against Alexey Cheremisinov of Russia at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Daniele Garozzo (R) of Italy reacts during the men's Foil Final event against Alexey Cheremisinov of Russia at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov of Russia reacts during the men's Foil Final event against Daniele Garozzo of Italy at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov of Russia reacts during the men's Foil Final event against Daniele Garozzo of Italy at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov of Russia reacts during the men's Foil Final event against Daniele Garozzo of Italy at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov (R) of Russia in action against Giorgio Avola (L) of Italy during the men's Foil Final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov (R) of Russia in action against Giorgio Avola (L) of Italy during the men's Foil Final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Alexey Cheremisinov (R) of Russia in action against Giorgio Avola (L) of Italy during the men's Foil Final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Cecilia Berder of France celebrates against Svetlana Sheveleva (not pictured) of Russia during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Cecilia Berder of France celebrates against Svetlana Sheveleva (not pictured) of Russia during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Cecilia Berder of France celebrates against Svetlana Sheveleva (not pictured) of Russia during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Svetlana Sheveleva (L) of Russia and Cecilia Berder (R) of France react during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Svetlana Sheveleva (L) of Russia and Cecilia Berder (R) of France react during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Svetlana Sheveleva (L) of Russia and Cecilia Berder (R) of France react during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Svetlana Sheveleva of Russia in action against Cecilia Berder (not pictured) of France during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Svetlana Sheveleva of Russia in action against Cecilia Berder (not pictured) of France during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Svetlana Sheveleva of Russia in action against Cecilia Berder (not pictured) of France during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Cecilia Berder (R) of France in action during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Cecilia Berder (R) of France in action during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Cecilia Berder (R) of France in action during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Svetlana Sheveleva (L) of Russia in action against Cecilia Berder (R) of France during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Svetlana Sheveleva (L) of Russia in action against Cecilia Berder (R) of France during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Svetlana Sheveleva (L) of Russia in action against Cecilia Berder (R) of France during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Svetlana Sheveleva (L) of Russia in action against Cecilia Berder (R) of France during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Svetlana Sheveleva (L) of Russia in action against Cecilia Berder (R) of France during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Svetlana Sheveleva (L) of Russia in action against Cecilia Berder (R) of France during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Svetlana Sheveleva (L) of Russia in action against Cecilia Berder (R) of France during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Svetlana Sheveleva (L) of Russia in action against Cecilia Berder (R) of France during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Svetlana Sheveleva (L) of Russia in action against Cecilia Berder (R) of France during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Svetlana Sheveleva (L) of Russia in action against Cecilia Berder (R) of France during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Svetlana Sheveleva (L) of Russia in action against Cecilia Berder (R) of France during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Svetlana Sheveleva (L) of Russia in action against Cecilia Berder (R) of France during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Svetlana Sheveleva (L) of Russia in action against Cecilia Berder (R) of France during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Svetlana Sheveleva (L) of Russia in action against Cecilia Berder (R) of France during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Svetlana Sheveleva (L) of Russia in action against Cecilia Berder (R) of France during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Svetlana Sheveleva (L) of Russia in action against Cecilia Berder (R) of France during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Svetlana Sheveleva (L) of Russia in action against Cecilia Berder (R) of France during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Svetlana Sheveleva (L) of Russia in action against Cecilia Berder (R) of France during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Cecilia Berder of France reacts against Svetlana Sheveleva (not pictured) of Russia during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Cecilia Berder of France reacts against Svetlana Sheveleva (not pictured) of Russia during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Cecilia Berder of France reacts against Svetlana Sheveleva (not pictured) of Russia during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Svetlana Sheveleva (L) of Russia in action against Cecilia Berder (R) of France during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Svetlana Sheveleva (L) of Russia in action against Cecilia Berder (R) of France during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 16/06/2018.- Svetlana Sheveleva (L) of Russia in action against Cecilia Berder (R) of France during the women's Sabre semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 16 June 2018. (Rusia, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Arianna Errigo (L) of Italy in action against Alice Volpi (R) of Italy during the women's Foil event semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Arianna Errigo (L) of Italy in action against Alice Volpi (R) of Italy during the women's Foil event semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Arianna Errigo (L) of Italy in action against Alice Volpi (R) of Italy during the women's Foil event semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Martyna Synoradzka of Poland during the women's Foil event semi final against Inna Deriglazova (not pictured) of Russia at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Polonia, Rusia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Martyna Synoradzka of Poland during the women's Foil event semi final against Inna Deriglazova (not pictured) of Russia at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Polonia, Rusia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Martyna Synoradzka of Poland during the women's Foil event semi final against Inna Deriglazova (not pictured) of Russia at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Polonia, Rusia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Martyna Synoradzka (L) of Poland in action against Inna Deriglazova (R) of Russia during the women's Foil event semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Polonia, Rusia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Martyna Synoradzka (L) of Poland in action against Inna Deriglazova (R) of Russia during the women's Foil event semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Polonia, Rusia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Martyna Synoradzka (L) of Poland in action against Inna Deriglazova (R) of Russia during the women's Foil event semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Polonia, Rusia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Martyna Synoradzka (L) of Poland in action against Inna Deriglazova (R) of Russia during the women's Foil event semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Polonia, Rusia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Martyna Synoradzka (L) of Poland in action against Inna Deriglazova (R) of Russia during the women's Foil event semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Polonia, Rusia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Martyna Synoradzka (L) of Poland in action against Inna Deriglazova (R) of Russia during the women's Foil event semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Polonia, Rusia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Martyna Synoradzka (L) of Poland in action against Inna Deriglazova (R) of Russia during the women's Foil event semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Polonia, Rusia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Martyna Synoradzka (L) of Poland in action against Inna Deriglazova (R) of Russia during the women's Foil event semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Polonia, Rusia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Martyna Synoradzka (L) of Poland in action against Inna Deriglazova (R) of Russia during the women's Foil event semi final at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Polonia, Rusia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Richard Schmidt (L) of Germany reacts against Yannick Borel (not pictured) of France during the men's Epee event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Richard Schmidt (L) of Germany reacts against Yannick Borel (not pictured) of France during the men's Epee event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Richard Schmidt (L) of Germany reacts against Yannick Borel (not pictured) of France during the men's Epee event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Martyna Synoradzka (L) of Poland in action against Inna Deriglazova (R) of Russia during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Polonia, Rusia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Martyna Synoradzka (L) of Poland in action against Inna Deriglazova (R) of Russia during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Polonia, Rusia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Martyna Synoradzka (L) of Poland in action against Inna Deriglazova (R) of Russia during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Polonia, Rusia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Yannick Borel (R) of France in action against Richard Schmidt (L) of Germany during the men's Epee event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Yannick Borel (R) of France in action against Richard Schmidt (L) of Germany during the men's Epee event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Yannick Borel (R) of France in action against Richard Schmidt (L) of Germany during the men's Epee event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Yannick Borel (R) of France in action against Richard Schmidt (L) of Germany during the men's Epee event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Yannick Borel (R) of France in action against Richard Schmidt (L) of Germany during the men's Epee event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Yannick Borel (R) of France in action against Richard Schmidt (L) of Germany during the men's Epee event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Yannick Borel (R) of France reacts against Richard Schmidt (L) of Germany during the men's Epee event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Yannick Borel (R) of France reacts against Richard Schmidt (L) of Germany during the men's Epee event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Yannick Borel (R) of France reacts against Richard Schmidt (L) of Germany during the men's Epee event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Nikolai Novosjolov of Estonia reacts against Bogdan Nikishin (not pictured) of Ukraine during the men's Epee event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Ucrania) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Nikolai Novosjolov of Estonia reacts against Bogdan Nikishin (not pictured) of Ukraine during the men's Epee event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Ucrania) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Nikolai Novosjolov of Estonia reacts against Bogdan Nikishin (not pictured) of Ukraine during the men's Epee event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Ucrania) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Bogdan Nikishin (L) of Ukraine in action against Nikolai Novosjolov (R) of Estonia during the men's Epee event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Ucrania) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Bogdan Nikishin (L) of Ukraine in action against Nikolai Novosjolov (R) of Estonia during the men's Epee event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Ucrania) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Bogdan Nikishin (L) of Ukraine in action against Nikolai Novosjolov (R) of Estonia during the men's Epee event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Ucrania) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Aida Mohamed (L) of Hungary in action against Hanna Lyczbinska (R) of Poland during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Polonia, Hungría) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Aida Mohamed (L) of Hungary in action against Hanna Lyczbinska (R) of Poland during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Polonia, Hungría) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Aida Mohamed (L) of Hungary in action against Hanna Lyczbinska (R) of Poland during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Polonia, Hungría) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Aida Mohamed (L) of Hungary in action against Hanna Lyczbinska (R) of Poland during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Polonia, Hungría) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Aida Mohamed (L) of Hungary in action against Hanna Lyczbinska (R) of Poland during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Polonia, Hungría) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Aida Mohamed (L) of Hungary in action against Hanna Lyczbinska (R) of Poland during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Polonia, Hungría) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Aida Mohamed of Hungary reacts against Hanna Lyczbinska (not pictured) of Poland during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Polonia, Hungría) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Aida Mohamed of Hungary reacts against Hanna Lyczbinska (not pictured) of Poland during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Polonia, Hungría) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Aida Mohamed of Hungary reacts against Hanna Lyczbinska (not pictured) of Poland during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Polonia, Hungría) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Fanny Kreiss (L) of Hungary in action against Ysaora Thibus (R) of France during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Francia, Hungría) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Fanny Kreiss (L) of Hungary in action against Ysaora Thibus (R) of France during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Francia, Hungría) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Fanny Kreiss (L) of Hungary in action against Ysaora Thibus (R) of France during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Francia, Hungría) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Fanny Kreiss (R) of Hungary shakes hands with Ysaora Thibus (L) of France during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Francia, Hungría) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Fanny Kreiss (R) of Hungary shakes hands with Ysaora Thibus (L) of France during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Francia, Hungría) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Fanny Kreiss (R) of Hungary shakes hands with Ysaora Thibus (L) of France during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Francia, Hungría) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Fanny Kreiss (L) of Hungary in action against THIBUS Ysaora (R) of France during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Francia, Hungría) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Fanny Kreiss (L) of Hungary in action against THIBUS Ysaora (R) of France during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Francia, Hungría) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Fanny Kreiss (L) of Hungary in action against THIBUS Ysaora (R) of France during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (Francia, Hungría) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Maria Teresa Diaz of Spain reacts against Patricia Gilljam (not pictured) of Sweden during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, Suecia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Maria Teresa Diaz of Spain reacts against Patricia Gilljam (not pictured) of Sweden during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, Suecia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Maria Teresa Diaz of Spain reacts against Patricia Gilljam (not pictured) of Sweden during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, Suecia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Maria Teresa Diaz (L) of Spain in action against Patricia Gilljam (R) of Sweden during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, Suecia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Maria Teresa Diaz (L) of Spain in action against Patricia Gilljam (R) of Sweden during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, Suecia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC35. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Maria Teresa Diaz (L) of Spain in action against Patricia Gilljam (R) of Sweden during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, Suecia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC34. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Maria Teresa Diaz (L) of Spain in action against Patricia Gilljam (R) of Sweden during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, Suecia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC34. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Maria Teresa Diaz (L) of Spain in action against Patricia Gilljam (R) of Sweden during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, Suecia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC34. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Maria Teresa Diaz (L) of Spain in action against Patricia Gilljam (R) of Sweden during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, Suecia) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC33. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Andrea Breteau of Spain reacts against Andrea Bimova (not pictured) of Czech Republic during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, República Checa) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC33. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Andrea Breteau of Spain reacts against Andrea Bimova (not pictured) of Czech Republic during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, República Checa) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC33. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Andrea Breteau of Spain reacts against Andrea Bimova (not pictured) of Czech Republic during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, República Checa) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC31. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Andrea Breteau (R) of Spain in action against Andrea Bimova (L) of Czech Republic during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, República Checa) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC31. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Andrea Breteau (R) of Spain in action against Andrea Bimova (L) of Czech Republic during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, República Checa) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC31. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Andrea Breteau (R) of Spain in action against Andrea Bimova (L) of Czech Republic during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, República Checa) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC30. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Andrea Breteau (R) of Spain in action against Andrea Bimova (L) of Czech Republic during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, República Checa) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC30. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Andrea Breteau (R) of Spain in action against Andrea Bimova (L) of Czech Republic during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, República Checa) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC30. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Andrea Breteau (R) of Spain in action against Andrea Bimova (L) of Czech Republic during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, República Checa) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC32. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Andrea Breteau (R) of Spain in action against Andrea Bimova (L) of Czech Republic during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, República Checa) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC32. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Andrea Breteau (R) of Spain in action against Andrea Bimova (L) of Czech Republic during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, República Checa) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC32. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Andrea Breteau (R) of Spain in action against Andrea Bimova (L) of Czech Republic during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, República Checa) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC29_2. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Barbara Ojeda (L) of Spain in action against Kim Kirschen (R) of Germany during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, Alemania) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC29_2. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Barbara Ojeda (L) of Spain in action against Kim Kirschen (R) of Germany during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, Alemania) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC29_2. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Barbara Ojeda (L) of Spain in action against Kim Kirschen (R) of Germany during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, Alemania) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC28. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Barbara Ojeda (L) of Spain in action against Kim Kirschen (R) of Germany during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, Alemania) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC28. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Barbara Ojeda (L) of Spain in action against Kim Kirschen (R) of Germany during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, Alemania) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC28. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Barbara Ojeda (L) of Spain in action against Kim Kirschen (R) of Germany during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, Alemania) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC27. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Barbara Ojeda of Spain reacts against Kim Kirschen (not pictured) of Germany during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, Alemania) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC27. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Barbara Ojeda of Spain reacts against Kim Kirschen (not pictured) of Germany during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, Alemania) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC27. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Barbara Ojeda of Spain reacts against Kim Kirschen (not pictured) of Germany during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, Alemania) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC26. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Barbara Ojeda (L) of Spain in action against Kim Kirschen (R) of Germany during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, Alemania) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC26. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Barbara Ojeda (L) of Spain in action against Kim Kirschen (R) of Germany during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, Alemania) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC26. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Barbara Ojeda (L) of Spain in action against Kim Kirschen (R) of Germany during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, Alemania) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC25. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Barbara Ojeda (L) of Spain in action against Kim Kirschen (R) of Germany during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, Alemania) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC25. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Barbara Ojeda (L) of Spain in action against Kim Kirschen (R) of Germany during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, Alemania) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC
ADC25. Novi Sad (Serbia), 17/06/2018.- Barbara Ojeda (L) of Spain in action against Kim Kirschen (R) of Germany during the women's Foil event at the Fencing European Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia, 17 June 2018. (España, Alemania) EFE/EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC

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