Full name: Armand Isaac-Bénédic
Born: August 26, 1875 in Paris, Paris, France
Died: October 26, 1962 in Paris, Paris, France
Medals: 1 Bronze (1 Total)
Armand Isaac-Bénédic won a curling bronze medal at the 1924 Olympic Winter Games, alongside Georges André, Henri Cournollet, and Pierre Canivet. Isaac-Bénédic was born to a father who sold metals, and Armand would later become a marketer himself. He learned curling shortly before World War I. Active in sports administration, he was a member of the Federation of Winter Sports for Women in the 1930s. Isaac-Bénédic was a solid golfer who chaired the Golfer’s Club in 1931 and helped found the Morfontaine Club.