South Korea's Na Eunmi is set to meet top seed Mara Navarria of Italy in the last-64 of the International Fencing Federation (FIE) Women's Épée World Cup in Barcelona after coming through the pool stage and direct elimination today.
Na initially advanced from Pool 20 before beating Czech Republic's Dominika Doubová 15-13, Uzbekistan's Malika Khakimova 15-14 and then France's Alexandra Louis Marie 15-13 to secure her place in the main draw at the Spanish city's Institut Nacional d'Educació Física de Catalunya.
Awaiting her there is Navarria, the world number one and world champion.
Second seed Man Wai Vivian Kong of Hong Kong also learned who her last-64 opponent will be with Spain's Sofia Cisneros earning the right to face her.
Cisneros progressed from Pool 19 prior to defeating Kazakhstan's Tamila Muridova 15-13, the United States' Natalie Vie by walkover and Estonia's Nelli Differt 12-11.
At the FIE Men's Épée World Cup in Vancouver, France's Luidgi Midelton has set up a last-64 clash with top seed Bogdan Nikishin of Ukraine.
Poland's Mateusz Antkiewicz, meanwhile, will go up against second seed Rubén Limardo Gascon of Venezuela in the Canadian city.
The individual events in Barcelona and Vancouver are scheduled to continue tomorrow through to the finals.