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Alfred Skrobisch

Full name: Alfred Skrobisch
Gender: Male
Born: November 19, 1913 in London, Greater London, Great Britain
Died: November 5, 1991 in Boones Mill, Virginia, United States
Affiliations: Fencers Club, New York (USA)
Country: USA United States
Sport: Fencing

Biography

Alfred Skrobisch fenced épée for the US at the 1952 Helsinki Olympics. Born in London, Skrobich later attended Columbia University, graduating in 1930. He represented the Fencers Club of New York. Skrobisch is known for having developed, along with [Hugh Alessandroni] and George Baker, the first electronic scoring machine approved for use at the Olympics, in 1936.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1952 Summer 38 Helsinki Fencing Men's Épée, Individual United States USA 6 p7 r1/4
1952 Summer 38 Helsinki Fencing Men's Épée, Team United States USA 4 p3 r2/4

Men's Épée, Individual

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank Date Result BW BL TR
1952 Summer 38 Helsinki Fencing United States USA Round One Pool Seven 6 1952-07-27 3 4 15

Men's Épée, Team

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank Date Result MW ML BW BL TBW/TD IBW
1952 Summer 38 Helsinki Fencing United States USA Quarter-Finals Pool Three 4 1952-07-25 1 2 20 25
1952 Summer 38 Helsinki Fencing United States USA Quarter-Finals Pool Three 2 1952-07-25 DEN 9, USA 6 6 1
1952 Summer 38 Helsinki Fencing United States USA Round One Pool Two 2 1952-07-25 1 0 8 8
1952 Summer 38 Helsinki Fencing United States USA Round One Pool Two 1 1952-07-25 USA 8, URS 8 8 1
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