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Fencing medal hopes over for GB

Britain's last chance of a fencing medal came and went at the ExCeL - but how they gave it their best efforts against top seeds Italy.

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Rosowsky battles but bows out

What was potentially a huge day for British fencing began poorly with Husayn Rosowsky losing his first-round match at the ExCeL and needing trea...

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Kruse handed tough draw

Richard Kruse, Britain's best bet for a first Olympic fencing medal since 1964, could have to beat two of the world's top six next Tuesday just ...

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Medal Record

London 2012
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  • 0 Bronze

Biography

The only male fencer chosen during the second wave of Olympic selections, Husayn Rosowsky joins Richard Kruse and James Davis in competing in the foil for London 2012.

He won bronze at the World Cadet Championships in Italy in 2008 and in December 2011 took the men’s foil title at the British Championships. He started fencing aged seven at Sheffield Buccaneers Fencing Club.