Émile Fisseux

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Olympic medal record
Men's Archery
Bronze medal – third place 1900 Paris Au Cordon Doré 50 metres

Émile Léon Fisseux (born 15 February 1868, date of death unknown) was a French competitor in the sport of archery. Fisseux competed in one event in Archery at the 1900 Summer Olympics, taking third place in the 50 metre Au Cordon Doré competition. His score of 28 points was one point behind the second-place archer, Hubert Van Innis, and three points behind the winner, Henri Hérouin. While Fisseux received no medal at the time, he is currently considered to be a bronze medallist by the International Olympic Committee.[1]

Fisseux also competed in Archery at the 1908 Summer Olympics, taking 13th place in the Continental style event with 185 points.


  1. ^ - Prizes at the time were silver medals for first place and bronze medals for second, as well as usually including cash awards. The current gold, silver, bronze medal system was initiated at the 1904 Summer Olympics. The International Olympic Committee has retroactively assigned medals in the current system to top three placers at early Olympics.