Fencing at the 1920 Summer Olympics – Men's foil

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Men's foil
at the Games of the VII Olympiad
Venue Gardens de la Palace d'Egmont
Dates August 17–18
Competitors 56 from 10 nations
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Nedo Nadi  Italy
2nd, silver medalist(s) Philippe Cattiau  France
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Roger Ducret  France
← 1912
1924 →
Fencing at the
1920 Summer Olympics
Fencing pictogram.svg
Épée men
Team épée men
Foil men
Team foil men
Sabre men
Team sabre men

The men's foil was a fencing event held as part of the Fencing at the 1920 Summer Olympics programme. It was the fifth appearance of the event. Nedo Nadi repeated as Olympic champion, retaining the title he initially won at the 1912 Summer Olympics.

A total of 56 fencers from 10 nations competed in the event, which was held on August 17 and August 18, 1920.

Results[edit]

Quarterfinals[edit]

Pool A
Place Fencer Wins Losses Qual.
1  André Labatut (FRA) 6 0 Q
2  Jean Verbrugge (BEL) 5 1 Q
3  Einar Levison (DEN) 4 2 Q
4  Henry Breckinridge (USA) 2 4
 Wouter Brouwer (NED) 2 4
 Rodolfo Terlizzi (ITA) 2 4
7  Cecil Kershaw (GBR) 0 6
Pool B
Place Fencer Wins Losses Qual.
1  Nedo Nadi (ITA) 7 1 Q
2  Georges Trombert (FRA) 7 1 Q
3  Viliam Tvrzský (TCH) 6 2 Q
4  Salomon Zeldenrust (NED) 5 3
5  Millard Bloomer (USA) 4 4
6  Charles Pape (BEL) 3 5
7  H. Evan James (GBR) 2 6
 Gustaf Lindblom (SWE) 2 6
9  Kay Schrøder (DEN) 0 8
Pool C
Place Fencer Wins Losses Qual.
1  Aldo Nadi (ITA) 6 0 Q
2  Ivan Osiier (DEN) 4 2 Q
3  Lionel Bony de Castellane (FRA) 4 2 Q
4  Emile Dufrane (BEL) 3 3
 Roland Willoughby (GBR) 3 3
6  Josef Jungmann (TCH) 1 5
7  Nils Hellsten (SWE) 0 6
Pool D
Place Fencer Wins Losses Qual.
1  Abelardo Olivier (ITA) 7 1 Q
2  Marcel Cuypers (BEL) 6 2 Q
 Marcel Perrot (FRA) 6 2 Q
4  Georg Hegner (DEN) 4 4
 Adrianus de Jong (NED) 4 4
6  Josef Javůrek (TCH) 3 5
 Joseph Parker (USA) 3 5
8  Robert Montgomerie (GBR) 2 6
9  Hans Törnblom (SWE) 1 7
Pool E
Place Fencer Wins Losses Qual.
1  Federico Cesarano (ITA) 4 0 Q
2  Charles Crahay (BEL) 3 1 Q
3  Francis Honeycutt (USA) 2 2 Q
4  Ahmed Hassanein (EGY) 1 3
5  Verner Bonde (DEN) 0 4
Pool F
Place Fencer Wins Losses Qual.
1  Philippe Cattiau (FRA) 6 0 Q
2  Pietro Speciale (ITA) 4 2 Q
3  Knut Enell (SWE) 4 2 Q
4  Marcel Berré (BEL) 2 4
 Philip Doyne (GBR) 2 4
 František Dvořák (TCH) 2 4
7  Jan Van der Wiel (NED) 1 6
Pool G
Place Fencer Wins Losses Qual.
1  Roger Ducret (FRA) 5 0 Q
2  Oreste Puliti (ITA) 4 1 Q
3  Robert de Schepper (BEL) 3 2 Q
4  Thomas Wand-Tetley (GBR) 2 3
5  George Calnan (USA) 1 4
6  Aage Berntsen (DEN) 0 5
Pool H
Place Fencer Losses Qual.
1  Fernand de Montigny (BEL) 5 0 Q
2  Tommaso Constantino (ITA) 4 1 Q
3  Félix Vigeveno (NED) 3 2 Q
4  Edgar Seligman (GBR) 2 3
5  Antonín Mikala (TCH) 1 4
6  Leonard Schoonmaker (USA) 0 5

Semifinals[edit]

Pool A
Place Fencer Wins Losses Qual.
1  Nedo Nadi (ITA) 5 0 Q
2  Oreste Puliti (ITA) 4 1 Q
3  Roger Ducret (FRA) 3 2 Q
4  Lionel Bony de Castellane (FRA) 2 3
5  Robert de Schepper (BEL) 1 4
6  Francis Honeycutt (USA) 0 5
Pool B
Place Fencer Wins Losses Qual.
1  Philippe Cattiau (FRA) 4 1 Q
 Aldo Nadi (ITA) 4 1 Q
3  Marcel Perrot (FRA) 3 2 Q
4  Marcel Cuypers (BEL) 2 3
5  Einar Levison (DEN) 1 4
 Viliam Tvrský (TCH) 1 4
Pool C
Place Fencer Wins Losses Qual.
1  Fernand de Montigny (BEL) 4 1 Q
 Georges Trombert (FRA) 4 1 Q
3  Ivan Osiier (DEN) 3 2 Q
4  Tommaso Constantino (ITA) 2 3
 Charles Crahay (BEL) 2 3
6  Federico Cesarano (ITA) 0 5
Pool D
Place Fencer Wins Losses Qual.
1  André Labatut (FRA) 5 0 Q
2  Abelardo Olivier (ITA) 4 1 Q
3  Pietro Speciale (ITA) 2 3 Q
4  Félix Vigeveno (NED) 2 3
5  Knut Enell (SWE) 1 4
 Jean Verbrugge (BEL) 1 4

Final[edit]

Final
Place Fencer Wins Losses Touched
Gold  Nedo Nadi (ITA) 10 1
Silver  Philippe Cattiau (FRA) 9 2 14
Bronze  Roger Ducret (FRA) 9 2 19
4  André Labatut (FRA) 7 4
5  Aldo Nadi (ITA) 6 5 19
6  Fernand de Montigny (BEL) 6 5 27
7  Oreste Puliti (ITA) 5 6
8  Ivan Osiier (DEN) 4 7
9  Abelardo Olivier (ITA) 3 8
10  Georges Trombert (FRA) 3 8
11  Marcel Perrot (FRA) 3 8
12  Pietro Speciale (ITA) 1 10

References[edit]

  • Belgium Olympic Committee (1957). Olympic Games Antwerp 1920: Official Report (in French). 
  • Wudarski, Pawel (1999). "Wyniki Igrzysk Olimpijskich" (in Polish). Archived from the original on 16 February 2009. Retrieved 28 August 2007.