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Oct

2016

2016 Shanghai University Fencing Championships

Source: School of Physical Education and Health Contributor: Fu Xiaoyu Image: Ni Yuehui Design: Zhu Bin

From Oct. 22nd to 23rd, 2016 Shanghai Student Games & Shanghai University Fencing Championship were successfully held in the stadium of our Pudong campus. The event was hosted by Shanghai Municipal Education Commission and Shanghai Sports Bureau, and undertaken by the Joint Secretariat of Shanghai Student Sports Federation, Shanghai Center of Student Activities Administration and Lixin University. Zhao Rongshan, Vice President of Lixin, presented a welcome speech at the opening ceremony; also present at the opening ceremony were the principals of the College of Sports and Health, and Ding Li, Director of the School of Physical Education and Health, Arts and Sciences of Shanghai Municipal Education Commission, who announced the opening of the event.

During the two-day event, Lixin won two gold medals, five silver medals and three bronze medals in individual events, and three gold medals and one silver medal in team events; we also won the honorary titles of Sportsmanship Award for Teams and two Sportsmanship Awards for Players. This event embraced 160 students (the largest scale in recent years) from 12 colleges and universities, who competed in the individual and team events of foil, epee and sabre.

Fencing has always been a featured sports event of Lixin, and, in the past years, we have cultivated many outstanding fencing players with considerable influence in Shanghai and nationwide. This event aims to provide a platform of cooperation and exchange for the fencing teams of colleges and universities in Shanghai, to scout for fencing talents, and to further promote the flourishing of the fencing sport among college students in Shanghai.

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