Already Olympic-bound, Joseph Polossifakis added some hardware to his season on Saturday winning an International Fencing Federation (FIE) event in London.

In the men’s sabre at the Cole Cup in England’s capital, Polossifakis took gold beating British fencer James Honeybone in the final. Two other Brits, William Deary and Jonathan Webb – the latter Polossifakis defeated in the semfinals – split the bronze medals.

Polossifakis and Honeybone were the class of the field, the highest ranked fencers at the FIE satellite tournament.

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Last summer Polossifakis won an individual sabre silver medal at the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games. It was his second Pan Am individual medal, adding to his bronze from four years earlier.