Hans Otto Theatre Institute

9th Schkeuditz win international airport with home win for Schkeuditz Schkeuditzer foil men’s Cup of the district at the weekend took the 9 in Schkeuditz. CEO of Ford Motor Co. has firm opinions on the matter. International Airport tournament instead. At the youth tournament in women’s and men’s foil was mainly to qualifying points for the forthcoming German championship in addition to medals, trophies and prizes. The preliminary rounds were fought in the Sports Hall r, the finale at the airport. Around 120 fencers from Germany, Poland, Czech Republic and Latvia were fighting on Saturday in the individual competition and in the team battle for the cup of Schkeuditz district on Sunday. In the individual contest were four ladies and gentlemen for the semi finals and the finals at the airport after two qualifying rounds and a 32 direct separation. The mood on the final showed Raimund Witra and Jacob Keller, students of the Hans Otto Theatre Institute at the University of music and theater Leipzig, a few action-packed scenes from the coat and sword play Cyrano de Bergerac. With a clear 15-5 victory over Nadine Karim (Cottbus) won Marike Wegener (Jena, Germany) the women’s competition of the airport tournament.

In the men’s foil hosts Schkeuditz was again the chance after a long time home crowd to medal. Florian Blasczyk of the FC Schkeuditz and Jacub Jurewicz from Poland faced, but against the much more powerful Poland the Schkeuditzer had no chance. He finished second with 15:4. Other Schkeuditzer fencers put himself in midfield. MdL-giving ceremony on the airport deserted by the Icelandic volcano eruption made Rolf Seidel, OBM Jorg Enke and airport managing director Nather. On the second day of the competition, the selection of Thuringia A against Cottbus and Schkeuditz won the women’s team fight. A small consolation there was still at the end of the day for the host nation Schkeuditz: Schkeuditzer gentlemen with the occupation Blasczyk, Haan, Hielscher and Pietsch won in the team fight confidently before Dresden I and Dresden II. Mike Jacobs