Duel at The Marina
FRI December 2 – 18:30


Champion of Z1 Pro Duel at The Marina 2011!
Andrea Baldini from Italy





Europe vs. The World
SAT December 3 – 19:30


Team Europe emerged victorious in this exciting and thrilling duel against Team World with a score of 80 : 79!

Team Europe consisted of: Team World consisted of:
• Andrea Baldini (ITA) • Byung Chul Choi (KOR)
• Brice Guyart (FRA) • Gerek Meinhardt (USA)
• Peter Joppich (GER) • Lei Sheng (CHN)
• Richard Kruse (GBR) • Ota Yuki (JPN)
Z1 Pro Stars Workshops
WED November 30 – 09:30 till 19:00


More than 200 fencers participated in the Z1 Pro Stars Workshop where they hear the life journey of these stars, feel them in person and even fenced with them!

To end off the sessions, they had group photographs and an autograph signing session!
Z1 Youth International
FRI December 2 & SAT December 3 – 09:00 onwards


More than 200 participants took part in the Z1 Youth International 2011 held at Marina Bay Sands from 2 Dec - 3 Dec.

Z1 Youth International 2011 Results click here.
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It all started with a dream.
A dream to organise the most exciting and star-filled fencing event Singapore has ever seen.

Z1 Pro 2011 was born when 8 of the World's best duel in this tiny country, Singapore!
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8 Superstars of Fencing

Peter JoppichRichard KruseBrice GuyartAndrea Baldini
Lei ShengYuki OtaGerek MeinhardtByung Chul Choi
Eight fencers - more than 90 international medals:
2 Olympic, 13 World and 26 Continental Championship titles.
  • 3 Olympic Medals (2 Gold, 1 Silver)
  • 37 World Championship Medals (13 Gold, 11 Silver, 13 Bronze)
  • 43 Continental Championship Medals (22 Gold, 9 Silver, 12 Bronze)
  • 11 Asian Games Medals (4 Gold, 2 Silver, 3 Bronze)
Peter Joppich
21.12.1982 in Koblenz/Germany, 1.76 m


5-times World Champion (4-times individual)
  • World Ranking: 16
  • Highest World Ranking ever: 1
  • World Championship Medals: 13 (5 Gold, 4 Silver, 4 Bronze)
  • European Championship Medals: 2 (1 Gold, 1 Bronze)
Richard Kruse
30.07.1983 in London/Great Britain, 1.90 m


Defending Z1 Pro Champion
  • World Ranking: 22
  • Highest World Ranking ever: 2
  • European Championship Medals: 2 (2 Silver)
Brice Guyart
15.03.1981 in Suresnes/France, 1.86 m


Double Olympic Champion (2004 individual, 2000 team)
  • World Ranking: 42
  • Highest World Ranking ever: 3
  • Olympic Games Medals: 2 (2 Gold)
  • World Championship Medals: 7 (3 Gold, 2 Silver, 2 Bronze)
  • European Championship Medals: 3 (1 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze)
Andrea Baldini
19.12.1985 in Livorno/Italy, 1.76 m


3-times World and 7-times European Champion
  • World Ranking: 5
  • Highest World Ranking ever: 1
  • World Championship Medals: 8 (3 Gold, 4 Silver, 1 Bronze)
  • European Championship Medals: 11 (7 Gold, 4 Bronze)
Lei Sheng
07.03.1984 in Tianjin/China, 1.93 m


World and Asian Champion
  • World Ranking: 10
  • Highest World Ranking ever: 1
  • World Championship Medals: 5 (2 Gold, 1 Silver, 2 Bronze)
  • Asian Championship Medals: 6 (4 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze)
  • Asian Games Medals: 4 (2 Gold, 2 Bronze)
Yuki Ota
25.11.1985 in Shiga/Japan, 1.71 m


Olympic Silver Medalist
  • World Ranking: 21
  • Highest World Ranking ever: 3
  • Olympic Games Medals: 1 (1 Silver)
  • World Championship Medals: 2 (2 Bronze)
  • Asian Championship Medals: 6 (4 Gold, 2 Silver)
  • Asian Games Medals: 4 (1 Gold, 1 Silver, 2 Bronze)
Gerek Meinhardt
27.07.1990 in San Francisco/USA, 1.83 m


One of the youngest men's foil Olympians
  • World Ranking: 12
  • Highest World Ranking ever: 10
  • World Championship Medals: 1 (1 Bronze)
  • Pan-American Championship Medals: 9 (5 Gold, 3 Silver, 1 Bronze)
Byung Chul Choi
24.10.1981 in Seoul/South Korea, 1.73 m


Asian Games Champion
  • World Ranking: 8
  • Highest World Ranking ever: 5
  • World Championship Medals: 1 (1 Bronze)
  • Asian Championship Medals: 4 (4 Bronze)
  • Asian Games Medals: 3 (1 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze)
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