|Competitor for France|
|Olympic Games Athens, Greece|
|Silver||1896 Athens||Triple jump|
Alexandre Tuffère or Tuffèri (Greek: Αλέξανδρος Τουφερής - Alexandros Touferis) (born June 8, 1876, Athens, Greece – died 14 March 1958) was a French–Greek athlete, who was born and lived in Athens. He competed at the 1896 Summer Olympics in his hometown for France, but he also set several national records in Greece.
Tuffère was one of nine athletes to compete in the long jump. The only information known about his placing in the event is that he was not one of the top four.
In November 1940, Tuffère, who was living in Athens at the time, was nominated as the head of a gaullist group, organized by sympathizers of the Free French movement. However, the true leader of the group, initiated by general Georges Catroux who was in Cairo at the time, was Octave Merlier.
- Flitouris (2005), 37–52
- Flitouris, Lampros (2005). "L' Institut Français d' Athènes pendant la Seconde Guerre Mondiale". Guerres Mondiales et Conflits Contemporains (218): 37–52. doi:10.3917/gmcc.218.0037. ISBN 2-13-055162-9.
- Sports-Reference: Alexandre Tuffèri Biography and Statistics
- Hellenic Amateur Athletic Association