Barrelet in 1913
|Born||25 September 1879
|Club||SN d'Enghien, Enghien-les-Bains|
Hermann Barrelet (born 25 September 1879, date of death unknown) was a Swiss-born French rower. He won gold medals in single sculls at the 1900 Summer Olympics and 1901 European Championships. Barrelet continued to compete in single sculls into his thirties, but had better achievements in team events, winning European titles in the eights (1909) and double sculls (1913, with Anatole Peresselenzeff).
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