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Fencing at the 1906 Athina Summer Games:

Men's Sabre, Individual, Three Hits

Fencing at the 1906 Summer Games:

Events:

Host City: Athina, Greece
Venue(s): Zappeion, Athina
Date Started: April 28, 1906
Date Finished: May 1, 1906

Gold: GER Gustav Casmir
Silver: NED George van Rossem
Bronze: HUN Péter Tóth

Summary

Listed in some sources as the three-cornered sabre, it is quite clear from all 1906 sources, in various languages, that this event was a standard sabre competition with each match decided by three hits. Twenty-two competitors fenced in two elimination pools to determine the ten finalists. The winner was [Gustav Casmir] with [George van Rossem] of the Netherlands second.

View a Phase of this EventFinal StandingsFinal PoolRound One

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal
1 Gustav Casmir 31 Germany GER Gold
2 George van Rossem 23 Netherlands NED Silver
3 Péter Tóth 23 Hungary HUN Bronze
4 Emil Schön 33 Germany GER
5 Jenő Apáthy Hungary HUN
6 Ernst Königsgarten 25 Austria AUT
AC r2/2 Federico Cesarano 19 Italy ITA
AC r2/2 Maurits van Löben Sels 29 Netherlands NED
AC r2/2 Konstantinos Fotiadis Greece GRE
AC r2/2 Arie de Jong 23 Netherlands NED
AC p1 r1/2 Hendrik van Blijenburgh 28 Netherlands NED
AC p1 r1/2 Otto Herschmann 29 Austria AUT
AC p1 r1/2 James, Baron Melvill van Carnbée 38 Netherlands NED
AC p2 r1/2 Willem Hubert van Blijenburgh 24 Netherlands NED
AC p2 r1/2 Béla Nagy Hungary HUN
AC p2 r1/2 Antal Hámos Hungary HUN
AC p2 r1/2 Robert Krünert Germany GER
AC p1 r1/2 Johannes Osten 26 Netherlands NED DNF
AC p1 r1/2 August Petri Germany GER DNF
AC p1 r1/2 Khristos Zorbas Greece GRE DNF
AC p2 r1/2 Jakob Erckrath de Bary 42 Germany GER DNF