Lee Kiefer, Wins USA’s First-Ever Gold Medal In Individual Foil
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Lee Kiefer made history in women’s individual foil, beating reigning Olympic champion Inna Deriglazova for gold — the first medal of any color for the U.S. in the event, in the video published on July 25, 2021, “Lee Kiefer wins USA’s first-ever gold medal in individual foil | Tokyo Olympics | NBC Sports“, below:
Lee Kiefer is the first American woman to ever medal in individual women’s foil, let alone take home gold — but it’s been a long and winding road to the top, in the video published on July 26, 2021, “Lee Kiefer delivers historic gold medal after nearly retiring | Tokyo Olympics | NBC Sports“, below:
Olympic fencer Lee Kiefer just took home a gold medal, and the moment was made all the more special by having her husband, fellow Olympic fencer Gerek Meinhardt, competing in Tokyo too! “Our journeys are intertwined. We are each others’ main training partners, best friends, married two years, and so any medal is a shared medal, in the video published on July 26, 2021, “Lee Kiefer Says Her Gold Medal Is ‘Shared’ w/Olympian Husband“, below:
From near retirement to historic gold, Lee Kiefer’s journey | FENCING | U.S. Olympic Tokyo 2021 Lee Kiefer is the first American woman to ever win a medal in individual women’s foil, let alone take home gold — but it’s been a long and winding road to the top, in the video published on July 25, 2021, “USA Lee Kiefer Win Gold medal winner Women’s foil. || Tokyo Olympic 2020“, below:
In the video published on May 2, 2017, “Interview with Lee Kiefer ’17 & Gerek Meinhardt 13′ 15′ MBA-2017 Notre Dame Day“, below:
Arguably one of the most accomplished student-athletes in Notre Dame history. Lee Kiefer is a two-time Olympian, four-time NCAA national champion, and the first U.S. women’s fencer to earn a No. 1 world ranking. This is her story, in the video published on July 26, 2017, “Fighting Irish Media Presents: Lee Kiefer“, below:
Ninh explains – The Rules of Fencing. Sometimes referred to as ‘Olympic Fencing’, this video explains the rules of foil, the rules of epee and the rules of sabre. Fencing is the oldest combat sport in the Olympic games, in the video published on June 17, 2017, “The Rules of Fencing (Olympic Fencing) – EXPLAINED!” below:
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