23 October 1924|
||13 June 2007
Claude Netter (23 October 1924, in Paris, France – 13 June 2007) was a French foil fencer.
Netter competed in three Olympiads for the French foil team, winning two medals. Netter was Jewish.
Netter was the French national foil champion in 1952.
Netter was a member of the French team that won the gold medal at the World Championships in 1951 and 1953, and in 1959 he won silver at the World Championships in the individual foil competition.
Netter won a gold medal in team foil at the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki. The French team defeated Egypt (15–1), Hungary (12–4), and Italy (8–6) in the finals.
He won a silver medal in team foil in the 1956 Summer Olympics in Melbourne and placed 6th in individual foil.
Netter's final Olympic appearance was in Rome at the 1960 Summer Olympics in the team foil competition. The French team placed 5th.
- 1896 – 1900
- 1904: Cuba (Fonst, Van Zo Post, Díaz)
- 1908 – 1912
- 1920: Italy (Olivier, Baldi, Costantino, A. Nadi, N. Nadi, Puliti, Speciale, Terlizzi)
- 1924: France (Cattiau, Coutrot, de Luget, Ducret, Gaudin, Jobier, Labatut, Perotaux)
- 1928: Italy (Pignotti, Gaudini, Pessina, Guaragna, Puliti, Chiavacci)
- 1932: France (Gardère, Lemoine, Bondoux, Bougnol, Cattiau, Piot)
- 1936: Italy (Di Rosa, Gaudini, Guaragna, Marzi, Bocchino, Verratti)
- 1948: France (Bonin, Buhan, Lataste, Bougnol, d'Oriola, Rommel)
- 1952: France (Netter, Buhan, Lataste, Noël, d'Oriola, Rommel)
- 1956: Italy (Mangiarotti, Di Rosa, Bergamini, Spallino, Carpaneda, Lucarelli)
- 1960: Soviet Union (Zhdanovich, Sisikin, Midler, Sveshnikov, Rudov)
- 1964: Soviet Union (Zhdanovich, Sisikin, Midler, Sveshnikov, Sharov)
- 1968: France (Magnan, Revenu, Noël, Berolatti, Dimont)
- 1972: Poland (Woyda, Koziejowski, Kaczmarek, Dąbrowski, Godel)
- 1976: West Germany (Bach, Hein, Reichert, Behr, Sens-Gorius)
- 1980: France (Pietruszka, Flament, Jolyot, Bonin, Boscherie)
- 1984: Italy (Numa, Borella, Cipressa, Cerioni, Scuri)
- 1988: Soviet Union (Romankov, Mammadov, Aptsiauri, Ibragimov, Koretsky)
- 1992: Germany (Wagner, Schreck, Weidner, Koch, Weißenborn)
- 1996: Russia (Shevchenko, Mammadov, Pavlovich)
- 2000: France (Ferrari, Plumenail, Guyart, Lhotellier)
- 2004: Italy (Cassarà, Sanzo, Vanni)
- 2012: Italy (Baldini, Avola, Cassarà, Aspromonte)