Record Setting Season For Us Men’s Sabre

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The race to Olympic qualification is like the Indy 500. The race is a rolling start where you get to carry the momentum from prior tournaments into the race. In terms of Olympic qualification, things are looking good for the US Men’s Sabre team as they are off to a torrid pace for the first half of the 2007 World Cup Season. With 3 world team events remaining, the US team ranks 8th in the world and is the top team from the Americas zone, both of which would qualify the US team for the Olympics if the selection were today. In the most recent Men’s Sabre world cup event, Tim Morehouse took silver in his loss to world #2 Julien Pillet by one point, 15-14, in the final match. That placement vaulted Morehouse into the top-32 in the world individual rankings where he joins his 3 teammates. When commenting on the team’s success, Morehouse says, “We have had 6 world cups in a row with an American in the top-8 at least and 3 with an American in the top-4. Ivan Lee third in Istanbul, Jason Rogers third in Bulgaria and yself being 2nd in Algeria. We have never done this before. The only run similar was Keeth by himself in 2003-2004 season when he went to #1 with 4 or 5 top 4s in a row. This is now new territory for us. For the first time in history we also have 4 Americans in the top 32.” Final placement during the 2007 season and performance at the 2007 World Championships in St. Petersburg, Russia will set the stage for the Olympic qualifying season. Every team is now jockying for position to make sure they have the easiest path during the 2007-2008 season to qualify for the Beijing Games. Once again, the US team is making sure that it is in the running. Record Setting Season For Us Men’s Sabre

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