|Olympic medal record|
|1924 Paris||Individual foil|
The 1924 Summer Olympics in Paris was the first Olympic Games to feature women's fencing. Osiier, then 33, won the gold medal and undefeated in the 16 matches she fenced in the event. With this victory, Osiier became the Olympics' first woman fencing champion.
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