|Olympic medal record|
|Competitor for Greece|
|Silver||1896 Athens||500 metre freestyle|
Antonios Pepanos (Greek: Αντώνιος Πέπανος, 1866 - ?) was a Greek swimmer. He was a member of Gymnastiki Etaireia Patron, which merged with Panachaikos Gymnastikos Syllogos in 1923 to become Panachaiki Gymnastiki Enosi.
Before the 1896 Summer Olympics in Athens, Pepanos was hesitating about taking part due to the fact he was already 30 years old and past his prime. Finally, that great swimmer competed in the 500 metres freestyle event. He finished second with a time of 9:57.6. The winner, Austrian Paul Neumann, had finished in 8:12.6.
- The first version of this article has been based on the text of el:Αντώνιος Πέπανος of the Greek Wikipedia published under GFDL.
- Lampros, S.P.; Polites, N.G.; De Coubertin, Pierre; Philemon, P.J.; & Anninos, C. (1897). The Olympic Games: BC 776 – AD 1896. Athens: Charles Beck. (Digitally available at )
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