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Examples of "robeiri"
Afterward, Laura Flessel, Hugues Obry, Rémy Delhomme, Matthieu Denis, Sarah Daninthe, Maureen Nisima, Ulrich Robeiri et Gauthier Grumier came in Levallois and bought medals to the club.
In the 2013–14 season, Robeiri placed second in the Berne Grand Prix and made it to the quarter-finals in the European Championships in Strasbourg before being defeated by Hungary's András Rédli, who eventually won the competition. A month after, Robeiri made it to the semi-final where he defeated his old teammate Gauthier Grumier. In the final, he prevailed over Park Kyoung-doo of South Korea to win his first individual World title.
Boisse won the gold medal in the épée team event at the 2004 Summer Olympics and the 2006 World Fencing Championships after beating Spain in the final. He accomplished this with his teammates Ulrich Robeiri, Gauthier Grumier, and Fabrice Jeannet.
Ulrich Robeiri (born 26 October 1982) is a French épée fencer, World champion in 2014, team Olympic champion in 2008 and six-time team World champion (2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, and 2014).
The Levallois Sporting Club Escrime is a fencing club linked to the Levallois Sporting Club. It's one of the biggest fencing club in the world with 800 members. The president is Jean-Jacques Poulain and Frederic Delpla is manager. Among the champions of the club, you can count Maureen Nisima, Gauthier Grumier and Ulrich Robeiri.
Jeannet won the gold medal in the épée team event at the 2004 and 2008 Summer Olympics and a silver medal in the individual épée in 2008. He was also a member of the French team that won the 2006 World Fencing Championships after beating Spain in the final. He accomplished this with his team mates Ulrich Robeiri, Gauthier Grumier and Érik Boisse.
Robeiri graduated from the Polytech'Paris-UPMC engineering school. He works as an engineer within the information and communications systems division of RATP Group, the public transport operator for Paris, with a special contract which allows him to train and to attend major competitions.
Avdeev represented Russia at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where he competed in the men's individual épée event. He received a bye for the second preliminary round, before losing out to France's Ulrich Robeiri, with a score of 11–15.
Grumier won the gold medal in the épée team event at the 2006 World Fencing Championships after beating Spain in the final. He accomplished this with his team mates Érik Boisse, Ulrich Robeiri and Fabrice Jeannet. He was also part of the French teams that won in 2010, 2011 and 2014. He won the silver medal in the individual épée event at the 2010 World Fencing Championships and at the 2015 World Fencing Championships.
After this result Borel transferred from the Cercle d'Escrime de Châlons to the Levallois Sporting Club, where he joined team mates Ulrich Robeiri and Gauthier Grumier. At the 2011 World Championships in Catania Borel reached again the table of 16, before being stopped by Korea's Park Kyoung-doo. In the team event France cruised to the quarter-finals, then defeated Germany, South Korea and Hungary to post their sixth World title in a row. Borel finished the season World No.14, a career best .
The men's events were dominated by Asian countries. Korea's Gu Bon-gil was the first non-European to win the men's sabre series, pipping to the post his fellow countryman Kim Jung-hwan by only six points. Russia maintained however a tenuous lead in men's team sabre. In foil China's Ma Jianfei broke Andrea Cassarà's string of victories. In épée 19-year-old Park Sang-young, who ranked third, proved the revelation of the season. 2013–14 saw France's return to form, with veteran Ulrich Robeiri winning the men's épée series, young Enzo Lefort placing second in foil, and France taking the lead in team men's épée and foil.
During his first season as a senior, he won the Lisbon Grand Prix and the Paris World Cup, and earned a bronze medal in the World Championships in Havana. He finished the season No.4 in world rankings. After a dry spell in 2003–04, he won the Heidenheim Grand Prix and the Puerto Rico World Cup in 2005. The same year, he joined the French national épée team, which had won the Olympic gold at Athens. With Érik Boisse, Jérôme Jeannet and Fabrice Jeannet, Robeiri won the gold medal at the World Championships. The team would come to be known as “the Invincibles”, as they dominated men's épée from 2004 to 2010 with eight consecutive world titles.
Robeiri was born in Cayenne, French Guiana. He began fencing at age 8 at the Éclaireuses et Éclaireurs de France, an interreligious scouting association. He first practiced foil, the traditional learning weapon, before turning to épée. He first joined the centre for promising young athletes in Les Abymes, in Guadeloupe, then at the age of 15, the centre of Reims in metropolitan France. In 2001, he earned a bronze medal in the Junior European Championships in Keszthely. A year later, he was admitted into INSEP, a state institution for high-performance athletes. That same year, he earned the gold medal both in the individual and team event of the Junior World Championships in Antalya.