Host City: Stockholm, Sweden
Venue(s): Östermalm Sporting Grounds, Stockholm
Date Started: July 9, 1912
Date Finished: July 10, 1912
The Belgians greatly benefited from the absence of the French and Italians from the épée competitions, as described above. Belgium had advanced four fencers to the final of the individual épée event, and provided the individual champion in Paul Anspach. Led by Anspach, the Belgians won this event, although they did lose a match to the Swedes in the semi-final pools. The Belgian team won possession of the Challenge Trophy for the Team Épée, which had been donated in 1908 by The English Fencers.