Cleveland-born fencer Lee Kiefer makes US history winning gold
(AP/WJW) — Lee Kiefer, who was born in Cleveland, has earned the third gold medal for america on the Tokyo Olympics by beating defending champion Inna Deriglazova of Russia 15-13 within the ladies’s foil ultimate.
Kiefer is a four-time NCAA champion at Notre Dame. She ripped off her masks after the ultimate level and shouted “Oh my God!” She positioned fifth on the 2012 London Video games and was tenth on the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics.
It’s the third Olympic gold for the U.S. fencing group. Mariel Zagunis received in saber on the 2004 and 2008 Video games.
Kiefer can be a medical scholar on the College of Kentucky and grew up in Lexington.
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