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LIGHT, HIT
The electronic scoring system has become the fairest way to referee fencing competitions. The light comes on when one of the protagonists scores a hit on his adversary. The electronic scoring system was introduced for the epee and foil in 1964, but was only adopted for the sabre twenty years later.But in the beginning, temporary power failures created problems. French fencer Jean-Claude Magnan fell victim to one at the Tokyo Games in 1964 - it may have cost him the gold.
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