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Fencing at the 1968 Summer Olympics – Men's foil

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Fencing at the 1968 Summer Olympics – Men's foil

Men's foil
at the Games of the XIX Olympiad
Venue Fernando Montes de Oca Fencing Hall
Dates 15 – 16 October 1968
Competitors 64 from 25 nations
Gold medal    Romania
Silver medal    Hungary
Bronze medal    France
Fencing at the
1968 Summer Olympics
Épée men  
Team épée men
Foil men women
Team foil men women
Sabre men
Team sabre men

The men's foil 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 15 to 16 October 1968. 64 fencers from 25 nations competed.[1]


Fencer Country
Ion Drîmbă Romania
Jenő Kamuti Hungary
Daniel Revenu France
Christian Noël France
Jean-Claude Magnan France
Mihai Țiu Romania
Tănase Mureșanu Romania
German Sveshnikov Soviet Union
Witold Woyda Poland
Vasyl Stankovych Soviet Union
Heizaburo Okawa Japan
Viktor Putyatin Soviet Union
Arcangelo Pinelli Italy
Graham Paul Great Britain
Sándor Szabó Hungary
Ryszard Parulski Poland
Bill Hoskyns Great Britain
Tim Gerresheim West Germany
Friedrich Wessel West Germany
Russell Hobby Australia
Adam Lisewski Poland
Pasquale La Ragione Italy
Roland Losert
Dieter Wellmann West Germany
Udo Birnbaum
Kazuo Mano Japan
Héctor Abaunza Mexico
Fujio Shimizu Japan
Rudolf Trost
Guillermo Saucedo Argentina
Nicola Granieri Italy
Mike Breckin Great Britain
Dagoberto Borges Cuba
Larry Anastasi United States
Michel Constandt Belgium
Jesús Gil Cuba
Ahmed El-Hamy El-Husseini Egypt
László Kamuti Hungary
Jeffrey Checkes United States
Herbert Cohen United States
Mohamed Gamil El-Kalyoubi Egypt
Graeme Jennings Australia
Orlando Ruíz Cuba
Moustafa Soheim Egypt
Carlos Calderón Mexico
Gerry Wiedel Canada
Florent Bessemans Belgium
Román Gómez Mexico
Evaristo Prendes Argentina
Michael Ryan Ireland
Alberto Varela Uruguay
Enrique Barza
Freddy Salazar Venezuela
John Bouchier-Hayes Ireland
Fionbarr Farrell Ireland
Souheil Ayoub Lebanon
Bill Ronald Australia
Magdy Conyd Canada
Peter Bakonyi Canada
Silvio Fernández Venezuela
José Miguel Pérez Puerto Rico
Orlando Nannini Argentina
Félix Piñero Venezuela
Rodolfo da Ponte


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