Marsh, Ann

Ann Marsh

1987 Cadet  Jr. Olympic  foil champion

1987  U.S. Bronze medal Jr. Olympic U-20 Foil

1988 Cadet  Jr. Olympic  foil Champion ,

1988 Cadet World Championships-12th

1990 Junior National Foil Title

1990 US National Foil Team champion  (Rochester)

1991 US World University Games Team

1991 US World Team

1991 US National Foil Team champion  (Rochester)

1991 US World University Games team

1991 US Pan Am Games Team

1992 2nd  US Nationals in foil

1992 US Olympic Team

1993   3rd  U.S. Nationals in foil

1993  US World Team

1993 US World University Games Team

1994 US World Team

1994. US National Foil champion

1994  US National Foil Team champion  (Rochester)

1995  US World Team

1995 US Pan Am Games Team

1995 US National Foil champion

1995 US National Foil Team champion  (Rochester)

1995 US World University Games Team

1996  US Olympic team in foil

1996 US Olympic Team

1996 Olympics – 7th in Women’s foil-Best US result since Jan Romary in 1956

1996 US National Foil Team champion  (Rochester)

1997  US National Foil Team champion  (Rochester)

1997 2nd  US Nationals in foil

1997 US World Team

1997 US World University Games Team

Ranked in the top 10 in the World from 1993-1997

1999 US National Foil Team champion  (Rochester)

1999 3rd  US Nationals in foil

1999 US World Team

1999 US World University Games Team (injured- did not compete)

1999 US Pan Am Games Team

2000 3rd  US Nationals in foil

2000 US National Foil Team champion  (Rochester)

2000 US Olympic Team

2001   2nd US Nationals in foil

2001 US World Team- Won the Bronze Medal

10 World Cup finals and 3 World Cup bronze medals.

(She was third in 93′, 99′, and 00′ and silver in 97 and 01′, injured in 1996).Marsh won the Nationals in the team event in 1990, 1991, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, and 2000 (8 times).

Ann made the Senior World Team in 1991, 93, 94, 95, 97, 99, 01, and the Olympic team in 92, 96, and 00.  I made the University Games team in 91, 93, 95, 97, and 99.  Ms. Marsh made the Pan American Games team in 91, 95, and 99, but didn’t compete in 99 due to having surgery.

She was ranked top 10 in the world for five year (93 – 97) and made 10 world cup finals and 3 world cup bronze medals. Ann was 7th at the Olympics in 96 and we won the bronze at the 01 world championships.


Stacey,Monique, Chaba, Olga, Monique & Ann – women’s foil team

Ann, Felicia, Iris, Arlene at the Sydney Olympics

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Women’s foil team, Cuba

Ann Marsh, Cliff Bayer, Felicia Zimmermann