Pool wins over Vuorinen FIN, Descamps BEL, Hansson SWE, Hull GBR and Steenland NOR saw Rachel Conner through to the tableau. A L64 victory against Alkloub JOR set up a draw against Hannah Nesbitt GBR. Conner went out 15-10, with Nesbitt going on to take silver.
Lucy Johnson defeated Hansson SWE, Terho FIN and Sjurseth SWE across the day, but did not make it to the DEs.
- Rachel Conner (Laszlo's) – 26th of 66
- Lucy Johnson (Leon Paul Épée) – 54th of 66
- Camille Hindsgaul DEN (DUFC) – 60th of 66
Team Estonia was conspicuously absent from the women's satellite this year. Cypriot Irina Mavrikiou took the title 15-11 against GBR's Hannah Nesbitt.
Across two rounds of pools, Dawid Kulka defeated Nyberg SWE, Westman SWE, Suvorov USA, Larsson SWE, Jarl SWE to reach the tableau. He was knocked out 15-11 by Mattsson SWE in the L128.
- Dawid Kulka (Pembroke FC) – 75th of 107
- Achilleas Floudas GRE (DUFC) – 78th of 107
Both of last year's bronze medallists made it to the 2018 men's final. Swedish junior Bartolomiej Mancewicz won his first senior title, defeating Grigori Beskin ISR, becoming one of five Swedes earning a World Cup point on home turf.