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Fencing at the 1968 Summer Olympics – Men's épée

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Fencing at the 1968 Summer Olympics – Men's épée

The men's épée was one of eight fencing events on the fencing at the 1968 Summer Olympics programme. It was the fifteenth appearance of the event. The competition was held from 21 to 22 October 1968. 72 fencers from 28 nations competed.[1]


Fencer Country
Győző Kulcsár
Grigory Kriss
Gianluigi Saccaro
Viktor Modzolevsky
Herbert Polzhuber
Jean-Pierre Allemand France
Peter Lötscher Switzerland
Henryk Nielaba Poland
Jacques La Degaillerie France
Bogdan Gonsior Poland
Aleksey Nikanchikov
Csaba Fenyvesi
Stephen Netburn United States
Fritz Zimmermann
Zoltán Nemere Hungary
Franz Rompza
Ralph Johnson Great Britain
Michel Constandt
Nick Halsted Great Britain
Hans-Peter Schulze
Klaus Dumke
Orvar Lindwall Sweden
Bohdan Andrzejewski Poland
Peter Bakonyi Canada
Florent Bessemans Belgium
Dieter Jung West Germany
Ștefan Haukler
Michel Steininger Switzerland
Bill Hoskyns Great Britain
Alexandre Bretholz Switzerland
Ernesto Fernández
Carlos Couto Brazil
Harry Fiedler
Lars-Erik Larsson Sweden
Jan von Koss Norway
Rudolf Trost
Gianfranco Paolucci Italy
Carlos Calderón
Claudio Francesconi Italy
Paul Pesthy United States
Valeriano Pérez Mexico
Silvio Fernández
Roland Losert
Gustavo Oliveros
Colm O'Brien
Omar Vergara Argentina
David Micahnik United States
Magdy Conyd Canada
Ahmed Zein El-Abidin Egypt
Ali Chekr Lebanon
José Pinheiro
Russell Hobby Australia
Khalil Kallas Lebanon
Bill Ronald Australia
João de Abreu Portugal
Dag Midling Norway
Dicki Sörensen Sweden
Claude Bourquard France
Gerry Wiedel Canada
Arthur Ribeiro Brazil
Michael Ryan
José Antonio Díaz
Darío Amaral Brazil
Francisco da Silva Portugal
Graeme Jennings Australia
Guillermo Obeid Argentina
Alberto Balestrini Argentina
Tănase Mureșanu
Manuel González Cuba
Félix Piñero
Alberto Varela
José Miguel Pérez


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