Fencing at the 1928 Summer Olympics – Men's sabre

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Men's sabre
at the Games of the IX Olympiad
Venue Schermzaal
Dates August 10–11, 1928
Competitors 44 from 17 nations
Medalists
Gold medal    Hungary
Silver medal    Hungary
Bronze medal    Italy
«1924 1932»
Fencing at the
1928 Summer Olympics
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Épée men  
Team épée men
Foil men women
Team foil men
Sabre men
Team sabre men

The men's sabre was one of seven fencing events on the Fencing at the 1928 Summer Olympics programme. It was the eighth appearance of the event. The competition was held from August 10, 1928 to August 11, 1928. 44 fencers from 17 nations competed.[1]

Results[edit]

Source: Official results;[2] De Wael[3]

Round 1[edit]

Each pool was a round-robin. Bouts were to five touches. The top three fencers in each pool advanced to the semifinals.

Pool A
Rank Fencer Wins Qual.
 Edward Brookfield (GBR) N/A Q
 Abelardo Castro (CHI) N/A Q
 Mohamed Charaoui (EGY) N/A Q
Pool B
Rank Fencer Wins Qual.
1  Bino Bini (ITA) 4 Q
2  Ivan Osiier (DEN) 3 Q
3  René Fristeau (FRA) 3 Q
4  Hassan Niazi (EGY) 2
5  Franjo Fröhlich (YUG) 2
6  Barry Notley (GBR) 1
Pool C
Rank Fencer Wins Qual.
1  Attila Petschauer (HUN) 5 Q
2  Roger Ducret (FRA) 3 Q
3  Jens Berthelsen (DEN) 3 Q
4  Guy Harry (GBR) 2
5  Nickolas Muray (USA) 1
6  Henri Wijnoldy-Daniëls (NED) 1
Pool D
Rank Fencer Wins Qual.
1  Arie de Jong (NED) 5 Q
2  Heinrich Moos (GER) 4 Q
3  Jean Lacroix (FRA) 2 Q
4  Dimitar Vasilev (BUL) 2
5  Viggo Stilling-Andersen (DEN) 2
6  Nami Yayak (TUR) 0
Pool E
Rank Fencer Wins Qual.
1  Jan van der Wiel (NED) 4 Q
2  Henri Brasseur (BEL) 2 Q
3  John Huffman (USA) 2 Q
4  Isidro González (ESP) 1
5  Muhuttin Okyavuz (TUR) 1
Pool F
Rank Fencer Wins Qual.
1  Sándor Gombos (HUN) 5 Q
2  Arturo De Vecchi (ITA) 4 Q
3  Denis Dolecsko (ROU) 2 Q
4  Édouard Yves (BEL) 2
5  Tomás Goyoaga (CHI) 2
6  Asen Lekarski (BUL) 0
Pool G
Rank Fencer Wins Qual.
1  Erwin Casmir (GER) 4 Q
2  Norman Cohn-Armitage (USA) 3 Q
3  Jacques Kesteloot (BEL) 2 Q
4  Sigurd Akre-Aas (NOR) 1
5  Francisco González (ESP) 0
Pool H
Rank Fencer Wins Qual.
1  Gustavo Marzi (ITA) 6 Q
2  Ödön von Tersztyánszky (HUN) 5 Q
3  Hans Thomson (GER) 4 Q
4  Mihai Raicu (ROU) 2
5  Efrain Díaz (CHI) 2
6  Juan Jesús García (ESP) 2
7  Enver Balkan (TUR) 0

Semifinals[edit]

Each pool was a round-robin. Bouts were to five touches. The top four fencers in each pool advanced to the final.

Pool A
Rank Fencer Wins Qual.
1  Bino Bini (ITA) 7 Q
2  Ödön von Tersztyánszky (HUN) 5 Q
3  Jan van der Wiel (NED) 5 Q
4  Roger Ducret (FRA) 5 Q
5  Jens Berthelsen (DEN) 3
6  Heinrich Moos (GER) 2
7  Denis Dolecsko (ROU) 1
8  Henri Brasseur (BEL) 0
Pool B
Rank Fencer Wins Qual.
1  Attila Petschauer (HUN) 6 Q
2  Erwin Casmir (GER) 6 Q
3  Arturo De Vecchi (ITA) 6 Q
4  Jean Lacroix (FRA) 3 Q
5  John Huffman (USA) 3
6  Edward Brookfield (GBR) 2
7  Mohamed Charaoui (EGY) 1
8  Abelardo Castro (CHI) 1
Pool C
Rank Fencer Wins Qual.
1  Gustavo Marzi (ITA) 6 Q
2  Hans Thomson (GER) 4 Q
3  Sándor Gombos (HUN) 4 Q
4  Arie de Jong (NED) 4 Q
5  Ivan Osiier (DEN) 3
6  René Fristeau (FRA) 3
7  Norman Cohn-Armitage (USA) 2
8  Jacques Kesteloot (BEL) 2

Final[edit]

The final was a round-robin. Bouts were to five touches. A tie for first-place was broken with a single barrage bout, with von Tersztyánszky defeating Petschauer 5-2.

Rank Fencer Wins
1st  Ödön von Tersztyánszky (HUN) 9
2nd  Attila Petschauer (HUN) 9
3rd  Bino Bini (ITA) 8
4  Gustavo Marzi (ITA) 8
5  Sándor Gombos (HUN) 8
6  Erwin Casmir (GER) 6
7  Arturo De Vecchi (ITA) 5
8  Roger Ducret (FRA) 5
9  Arie de Jong (NED) 4
10  Jean Lacroix (FRA) 2
11  Jan van der Wiel (NED) 2
12  Hans Thomson (GER) 0

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