- Bhavani Devi Wins Gold, Defends Commonwealth Fencing Championship Title
Bhavani Devi defeated second seeded Australian Veronika Vasileva 15-10 in the senior women's sabre individual category final on Tuesday.
- Bhavani Devi Wins Fencing Competition In France
Fencer Bhavani Devi, who made history at the Tokyo Olympics by becoming the first Indian to compete in the sport at the Games, has won the Charlellville National Competition in France in the individual women's sabre event.
- Tokyo Olympics: Prime Minister Modi Encourages Indian Fencer Bhavani Devi, Says "You Gave Your Best"
Tokyo Olympics: Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted to encourage Indian fencer Bhavani Devi, who bowed out of the Games on Monday after becoming the first Indian fencer to make the Olympic Games.
- Tokyo Games: Bhavani Devi Knocked Out After Winning India's 1st Olympic Fencing Match
Tokyo 2020: Bhavani Devi beat Tunisia's Nadia ben Azizi 15-3 to win India's first ever fencing match in the history of the Olympic Games.
- Tokyo Olympics: Hungary's Aron Szilagyi In Dreamland After Making Olympic Fencing History
Tokyo 2020: Aron Szilagyi made Olympic fencing histlry as he won the gold medal in sabre for the third time in a row.
- Tokyo Olympics: Fencer C A Bhavani Devi Ready For "Tough" Competition At Olympics
Tokyo Olympics: Indian fencer CA Bhavani Devi said she is expecting a tough competition at the Olympics and everything was possible during the Games.
- I'll Do My Best And Make Country Proud At Tokyo Olympics: Bhavani Devi After PM Modi's "Inspiring" Words
Indian fencer Bhavani Devi said Prime Minister Narendra Modi's words have instilled motivation in her to give her best in the upcoming Tokyo Olympics.
- Tried To Compete In Tournaments Even With Injuries To Qualify For Olympics: Bhavani Devi
Bhavani Devi, the first Indian fencer to qualify for Olympics, said she participated in tournaments despite nursing injuries to make the cut for Tokyo Games.
- Bhavani Devi Becomes First Indian Fencer To Qualify For Olympics
CA Bhavani Devi from Tamil Nadu on Sunday became the first Indian fencer to qualify for the Olympics.
- Olympic Champion Turns Delivery Rider To Make Ends Meet
Ruben Limardo won his Olympic title eight years ago -- the first fencer from Latin America to do so since Cuba's Ramon Fonst in 1904.
- Waiting On Olympics, Japanese Fencer Turns To Uber Eats For Fitness, Money
With his Olympics preparations in tatters, Japanese fencer Ryo Miyake has begun delivering food for Uber Eats as a way to keep up his fitness and bring in a little extra cash during the enforced coronavirus lockdown.
- Fencer Bhavani Devi Becomes First Indian To Win Gold In International Event
Devi, who trains at Sports Authority of India at Thalassery, had won a silver medal earlier in a satellite event.
- Fencing body rejects South Korea's Olympics appeal
The International Fencing Federation acknowledged on Tuesday that timekeeping could have been flawed in the Olympic epee semifinal involving a South Korean fencer, but upheld the victory for her German opponent and defending champion, South Korean Olympic officials said.
- London 2012 Fencing: South Korea protests after Shin loses at Olympics
The South Korean team staged an official protest after fencer Shin A-lam lost in the semifinals of the Olympic women's epee, claiming the match was already over when opponent Britta Heidemann of Germany scored the winning point.
- Moutoussamy, 14, makes fencing history
Algerian 14-year-old Lea Moutoussamy will make history in London when she becomes the youngest fencer in Olympic history.
- IOA condoles death of fencing secretary general
Indian Olympic Association (IOA) Thursday condoled the sudden demise of Arun Vij, secretary general, Fencing Association of India (FAI).
- Italian legend seeks sixth gold
Italian veteran Valentina Vezzali will seek to bring the curtain down on her career at the London Games by claiming a record sixth fencing gold.
- Doping victim pursues Olympic gold for vindication
Andrea Baldini, the former world top-ranked men's foil fencer, will go to London in pursuit of the gold that he believed could have been his four years ago.