Fencing at the 1992 Summer Olympics – Men's épée

The men's épée was one of eight fencing events on the fencing at the 1992 Summer Olympics programme. It was the twenty-first appearance of the event. The competition was held on 1 August 1992. 70 fencers from 30 nations competed.[1]

Men's épée
at the Games of the XXV Olympiad
VenuePalace of Metallurgy
Dates1 August 1992
Competitors70 from 30 nations
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Éric Srecki  France
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Pavel Kolobkov  Unified Team
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Jean-Michel Henry  France
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Competition formatEdit

The 1992 tournament used a three-phase format roughly similar to prior years in consisting of a group phase, a double-elimination phase, and a single-elimination phase, but each phase was very different from previous formats.

The first phase was a single round (vs. 3 rounds in 1988) round-robin pool play format; each fencer in a pool faced each other fencer in that pool once. There were 10 pools with 7 fencers each. The fencers' ranks within the pool were ignored; the overall winning percentage (with touch differential and then touches against used as tie-breakers) were used to rank the fencers. The top 52 advanced to the second phase, while the other fencers were eliminated.

The second phase was a modified, truncated double-elimination tournament. 12 fencers received a bye to the second round (round of 32), while the 40 fencers ranked 13–52 played in the round of 64. Fencers losing in the round of 64 were eliminated, while the remaining rounds were double elimination via repechages. The repechages (but not the main brackets) used a complicated reseeding mechanism. Ultimately, the 4 fencers remaining undefeated after the round of 8 advanced to the quarterfinals along with 4 fencers who advanced through the repechages after one loss.

The final phase was a single elimination tournament with quarterfinals, semifinals, and a final and bronze medal match.

All bouts were to 5 touches. In the second and third phases, matches were best-of-three bouts.

ResultsEdit

Group roundEdit

Fencers were ranked by win percent, then touch differential, then touches against. This ranking, with adjustments to ensure that no two fencers of the same nation were in the same bracket (noted in parentheses), was used to seed the elimination round brackets.

Rank Fencer Nation Pool Rank Wins Losses Win % TF TA TF - TA Qual.
1 Elmar Borrmann   Germany 6 1 6 0 1.000 30 14 16 Q
2 Angelo Mazzoni   Italy 1 1 6 0 1.000 30 15 15 Q
3 Mauricio Rivas   Colombia 5 1 6 0 1.000 30 18 12 Q
4 Krisztián Kulcsár   Hungary 4 1 6 0 1.000 30 19 11 Q
5 Éric Srecki   France 2 1 5 1 .833 30 13 17 Q
6 Iván Kovács   Hungary 9 1 5 1 .833 28 13 15 Q
7 Jean-Michel Henry   France 8 1 5 1 .833 28 15 13 Q
8 Adrian Pop   Romania 5 2 5 1 .833 29 17 12 Q
9 (10) Robert Felisiak   Germany 4 2 5 1 .833 29 18 11 Q
10 (9) Péter Vánky   Sweden 3 1 5 1 .833 29 18 11 Q
11 Sandro Cuomo   Italy 7 1 5 1 .833 30 21 9 Q
12 Laurie Shong   Canada 1 2 4 2 .667 27 15 12 Q
13 Kaido Kaaberma   Estonia 9 2 4 2 .667 25 17 8 Q
14 Olivier Lenglet   France 6 2 4 2 .667 25 17 8 Q
15 Kim Jeong-Gwan   South Korea 8 2 4 2 .667 26 18 8 Q
16 Andrey Shuvalov   Unified Team 3 2 4 2 .667 26 18 8 Q
17 Maurizio Randazzo   Italy 5 3 4 2 .667 26 19 7 Q
18 Pavel Kolobkov   Unified Team 10 1 4 2 .667 27 20 7 Q
19 Michael O'Brien   Ireland 4 3 4 2 .667 28 21 7 Q
20 Lee Sang-Gi   South Korea 6 3 4 2 .667 25 19 6 Q
21 Aleš Depta   Czechoslovakia 1 3 4 2 .667 26 21 5 Q
22 Roman Ječmínek   Czechoslovakia 6 4 4 2 .667 28 23 5 Q
23 Danek Nowosielski   Canada 7 2 4 2 .667 24 20 4 Q
24 (26) Thomas Lundblad   Sweden 10 2 4 2 .667 25 21 4 Q
25 (27) Serhiy Kravchuk   Unified Team 2 2 4 2 .667 27 23 4 Q
26 (24) Robert Davidson   Australia 9 3 4 2 .667 25 23 2 Q
27 (25) Roberto Lazzarini   Brazil 2 3 4 2 .667 21 23 -2 Q
28 (31) Jiří Douba   Czechoslovakia 2 4 3 3 .500 26 20 6 Q
29 (30) Jean-Marc Chouinard   Canada 8 3 3 3 .500 26 20 6 Q
30 (28) Arnd Schmitt   Germany 10 3 3 3 .500 25 20 5 Q
31 (29) Fernando de la Peña   Spain 7 3 3 3 .500 26 21 5 Q
32 Jang Tae-Seok   South Korea 9 4 3 3 .500 24 21 3 Q
33 (34) Gabriel Pantelimon   Romania 7 4 3 3 .500 26 23 3 Q
34 (33) Maciej Ciszewski   Poland 3 3 3 3 .500 24 22 2 Q
35 Raúl Maroto   Spain 3 4 3 3 .500 23 22 1 Q
36 (38) Viktor Zuikov   Estonia 10 4 3 3 .500 24 23 1 Q
37 (36) André Kuhn   Switzerland 8 4 3 3 .500 26 25 1 Q
38 (37) Rafael di Tella   Argentina 10 5 3 3 .500 22 22 0 Q
39 Ferenc Hegedűs   Hungary 7 5 3 3 .500 22 22 0 Q
40 Jon Normile   United States 9 5 3 3 .500 20 22 -2 Q
41 Juan Miguel Paz   Colombia 1 4 3 3 .500 21 23 -2 Q
42 Gavin McLean   New Zealand 5 4 3 3 .500 21 23 -2 Q
43 Robert Marx   United States 4 4 3 3 .500 19 23 -4 Q
44 Ulf Sandegren   Sweden 8 5 3 3 .500 21 25 -4 Q
45 Mohamed Al-Hamar   Kuwait 3 5 3 3 .500 17 25 -8 Q
46 Olivier Jacquet   Switzerland 5 5 2 4 .333 25 23 2 Q
47 Manuel Pereira   Spain 4 5 2 4 .333 25 27 -2 Q
48 (51) Cornel Milan   Romania 3 6 2 4 .333 24 27 -3 Q
49 (50) Sławomir Nawrocki   Poland 8 6 2 4 .333 21 26 -5 Q
50 (48) Wong James   Singapore 10 6 2 4 .333 18 25 -7 Q
51 (49) Norikazu Tanabe   Japan 7 6 2 4 .333 21 28 -7 Q
52 Handry Lenzun   Indonesia 1 5 2 4 .333 17 25 -8 Q
53 Steven Paul   Great Britain 2 5 2 4 .333 18 27 -9
54 Scott Arnold   Australia 6 5 2 4 .333 15 26 -11
55 Chris O'Loughlin   United States 2 6 1 5 .167 19 26 -7
56 Witold Gadomski   Poland 9 6 1 5 .167 18 26 -8
57 Daniel Lang   Switzerland 1 6 1 5 .167 19 27 -8
58 Zahi El-Khoury   Lebanon 6 6 1 5 .167 20 28 -8
59 Lucas Zakaria   Indonesia 2 7 1 5 .167 18 27 -9
60 Rui Frazão   Portugal 10 7 1 5 .167 16 26 -10
61 Luciano Finardi   Brazil 3 7 1 5 .167 17 28 -11
José Bandeira   Portugal 4 6 1 5 .167 17 28 -11
63 Francisco Papaiano   Brazil 1 7 1 5 .167 13 27 -14
64 Michel Youssef   Lebanon 5 6 1 5 .167 11 26 -15
65 Tan Ronald   Singapore 9 7 1 5 .167 11 29 -18
66 José Marcelo Álvarez   Paraguay 4 7 0 6 .000 18 30 -12
67 Dario Torrente   South Africa 7 7 0 6 .000 17 30 -13
68 Enzo da Ponte   Paraguay 5 7 0 6 .000 14 30 -16
Trevor Strydom   South Africa 6 7 0 6 .000 14 30 -16
70 Hein van Garderen   South Africa 8 7 0 6 .000 11 30 -19

Elimination roundsEdit

Main bracketsEdit

Main bracket 1Edit

Ciszewski, Wong, Tanabe, Paz, and Normile were eliminated after the round of 64. The losers in the round of 32 faced off, with Randazzo beating Jang and Davidson beating Pop to advance to the repechage. The losers of the round of 16, Shuvalov and Lazzarini, advanced directly to the first round of the repechage. Vánky, having lost in the round of 8, went to the third round of the repechage. Borrmann won the bracket, advancing to the quarterfinals.

Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Round of 8
1   Elmar Borrmann (GER) 5 5
33   Maciej Ciszewski (POL) 4 5 32   Jang Tae-Seok (KOR) 2 3
32   Jang Tae-Seok (KOR) 6 6 1   Elmar Borrmann (GER) 6 6
17   Maurizio Randazzo (ITA) 5 5 16   Andrey Shuvalov (EUN) 5 5
48   Wong James (SIN) 2 3 17   Maurizio Randazzo (ITA) 5 1
49   Norikazu Tanabe (JPN) 0 4 16   Andrey Shuvalov (EUN) 6 5
16   Andrey Shuvalov (EUN) 5 6 1   Elmar Borrmann (GER) 5 4 5
9   Péter Vánky (SWE) 2 6 2
9   Péter Vánky (SWE) 3 5 5
41   Juan Miguel Paz (COL) 5 3 24   Robert Davidson (AUS) 5 2 3
24   Robert Davidson (AUS) 6 3 9   Péter Vánky (SWE) 3 5 5
25   Roberto Lazzarini (BRA) 3 5 5 25   Roberto Lazzarini (BRA) 5 3 3
40   Jon Normile (USA) 5 2 2 25   Roberto Lazzarini (BRA) 5 5
8   Adrian Pop (ROU) 3 3
Repechage qualifiers 1Edit
Repechage qualifier
     
32   Jang Tae-Seok (KOR) 5 2 2
17   Maurizio Randazzo (ITA) 3 5 5
Repechage qualifier
     
24   Robert Davidson (AUS) 5 3 5
8   Adrian Pop (ROU) 1 5 2
Main bracket 2Edit

Sandegren, di Tella, Lenzun, Al-Hamar, and Kuhn were eliminated after the round of 64. The losers in the round of 32 faced off, with Depta beating Schmitt and Kulcsár beating Lee to advance to the repechage. The losers of the round of 16, Shong and de la Peña, advanced directly to the first round of the repechage. Srecki, having lost in the round of 8, went to the third round of the repechage. Kaaberma won the bracket, advancing to the quarterfinals.

Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Round of 8
5   Éric Srecki (FRA) 6 6
37   Rafael di Tella (ARG) 2 0 28   Arnd Schmitt (GER) 5 4
28   Arnd Schmitt (GER) 5 5 5   Éric Srecki (FRA) 5 5
21   Aleš Depta (TCH) 6 5 12   Laurie Shong (CAN) 2 0
44   Ulf Sandegren (SWE) 4 2 21   Aleš Depta (TCH) 4 2
12   Laurie Shong (CAN) 6 5
5   Éric Srecki (FRA) 3 5 5
13   Kaido Kaaberma (EST) 5 1 5 13   Kaido Kaaberma (EST) 5 3 6
52   Handry Lenzun (INA) 1 5 3 13   Kaido Kaaberma (EST) 5 5
45   Mohamed Al-Hamar (KUW) 1 6 5 20   Lee Sang-Gi (KOR) 2 3
20   Lee Sang-Gi (KOR) 5 4 6 13   Kaido Kaaberma (EST) 6 6
29   Fernando de la Peña (ESP) 3 6 6 29   Fernando de la Peña (ESP) 4 5
36   André Kuhn (SUI) 5 4 4 29   Fernando de la Peña (ESP) 6 5 6
4   Krisztián Kulcsár (HUN) 5 6 5
Repechage qualifiers 2Edit
Repechage qualifier
     
28   Arnd Schmitt (GER) 5 4
21   Aleš Depta (TCH) 6 6
Repechage qualifier
     
20   Lee Sang-Gi (KOR) 4 3
4   Krisztián Kulcsár (HUN) 6 5
Main bracket 3Edit

Maroto, O'Brien, Milan, Ječmínek, and Zuikov were eliminated after the round of 64. The losers in the round of 32 faced off, with Chouinard beating Jacquet and Kravchuk beating Cuomo to advance to the repechage. The losers of the round of 16, Lenglet and Marx, advanced directly to the first round of the repechage. Rivas, having lost in the round of 8, went to the third round of the repechage. Kovács won the bracket, advancing to the quarterfinals.

Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Round of 8
3   Mauricio Rivas (COL) 5 6 6
35   Raúl Maroto (ESP) 5 3 30   Jean-Marc Chouinard (CAN) 6 5 5
30   Jean-Marc Chouinard (CAN) 6 5 3   Mauricio Rivas (COL) 5 6 5
19   Michael O'Brien (IRL) 3 2 14   Olivier Lenglet (FRA) 6 5 2
46   Olivier Jacquet (SUI) 5 5 46   Olivier Jacquet (SUI) 5 5
51   Cornel Milan (ROU) 3 1 14   Olivier Lenglet (FRA) 6 5
14   Olivier Lenglet (FRA) 5 5 3   Mauricio Rivas (COL) 3 3
6   Iván Kovács (HUN) 5 5
11   Sandro Cuomo (ITA) 3 3
43   Robert Marx (USA) 6 5 43   Robert Marx (USA) 5 5
22   Roman Ječmínek (TCH) 4 2 43   Robert Marx (USA) 3 1
27   Serhiy Kravchuk (EUN) 6 6 6   Iván Kovács (HUN) 5 5
36   Viktor Zuikov (EST) 5 4 27   Serhiy Kravchuk (EUN) 0 3
6   Iván Kovács (HUN) 5 5
Repechage qualifiers 3Edit
Repechage qualifier
     
30   Jean-Marc Chouinard (CAN) 6 5
46   Olivier Jacquet (SUI) 4 2
Repechage qualifier
     
11   Sandro Cuomo (ITA) 2 3
27   Serhiy Kravchuk (EUN) 5 5
Main bracket 4Edit

Hegedűs, McLean, Kim, Pereira, and Pantelimon were eliminated after the round of 64. The losers in the round of 32 faced off, with Nowosielski beating Lundblad and Mazzoni beating Nawrocki to advance to the repechage. The losers of the round of 16, Henry and Douba, advanced directly to the first round of the repechage. Felisiak, having lost in the round of 8, went to the third round of the repechage. Kolobkov won the bracket, advancing to the quarterfinals.

Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Round of 8
7   Jean-Michel Henry (FRA) 5 5
39   Ferenc Hegedűs (HUN) 5 3 26   Thomas Lundblad (SWE) 1 1
26   Thomas Lundblad (SWE) 6 5 7   Jean-Michel Henry (FRA) 5 5 3
23   Danek Nowosielski (CAN) 1 5 5 10   Robert Felisiak (GER) 3 6 5
42   Gavin McLean (NZL) 5 3 1 23   Danek Nowosielski (CAN) 0 4
10   Robert Felisiak (GER) 5 6
10   Robert Felisiak (GER) 2 3
15   Kim Jeong-Gwan (KOR) 1 2 18   Pavel Kolobkov (EUN) 5 5
50   Sławomir Nawrocki (POL) 5 5 50   Sławomir Nawrocki (POL) 6 2 2
47   Manuel Pereira (ESP) 1 6 1 18   Pavel Kolobkov (EUN) 4 5 5
18   Pavel Kolobkov (EUN) 5 5 5 18   Pavel Kolobkov (EUN) 5 6
31   Jiří Douba (TCH) 1 5 5 31   Jiří Douba (TCH) 2 5
34   Gabriel Pantelimon (ROU) 5 2 2 31   Jiří Douba (TCH) 5 5
2   Angelo Mazzoni (ITA) 2 2
Repechage qualifiers 4Edit
Repechage qualifier
     
26   Thomas Lundblad (SWE) 3 6 5
23   Danek Nowosielski (CAN) 5 4 6
Repechage qualifier
     
50   Sławomir Nawrocki (POL) 2 3
2   Angelo Mazzoni (ITA) 5 5

Repechage rounds 1 and 2Edit

The fencers were reseeded: the eight fencers who had lost in the round of 16 were reseeded as 1–8 while the eight fencers who had lost in the round of 32 but won the repechage qualifiers were reseeded as 9–16. Rematches of main bracket matches were avoided. For example, original seed #2 Mazzoni would have been reseeded as #9 because he was the top-seeded fencer who had advanced through the repechage qualifiers. That would have placed original #4 Kulcsár as (new) #10, setting up a rematch against (new) #7 de la Peña; Kulcsár and Mazzoni were swapped to #9 and #10, respectively. Original seeds are shown in parentheses in the brackets.

R1 seed O seed Fencer Nation
From round of 16
1 7 Jean-Michel Henry   France
2 12 Laurie Shong   Canada
3 14 Olivier Lenglet   France
4 16 Andrey Shuvalov   Unified Team
5 25 Roberto Lazzarini   Brazil
6 31 Jiří Douba   Czechoslovakia
7 29 Fernando de la Peña   Spain
8 43 Robert Marx   United States
From round of 32 and qualifiers
9 4 Krisztián Kulcsár   Hungary
10 2 Angelo Mazzoni   Italy
11 17 Maurizio Randazzo   Italy
12 21 Aleš Depta   Czechoslovakia
13 23 Danek Nowosielski   Canada
14 27 Serhiy Kravchuk   Unified Team
15 24 Robert Davidson   Australia
16 30 Jean-Marc Chouinard   Canada
Repechage rounds 1 and 2 bracket 1Edit
Repechage round 1 Repechage round 2
1 (7)   Jean-Michel Henry (FRA) 5 5
16 (30)   Jean-Marc Chouinard (CAN) 3 3 1 (7)   Jean-Michel Henry (FRA) 5 2 5
9 (4)   Krisztián Kulcsár (HUN) 5 3 6 9 (4)   Krisztián Kulcsár (HUN) 2 5 2
8 (43)   Robert Marx (USA) 2 5 5
Repechage rounds 1 and 2 bracket 2Edit
Repechage round 1 Repechage round 2
5 (25)   Roberto Lazzarini (BRA) 1 2
12 (21)   Aleš Depta (TCH) 5 5 12 (21)   Aleš Depta (TCH) 1 2
13 (23)   Danek Nowosielski (CAN) 1 1 4 (16)   Andrey Shuvalov (EUN) 5 5
4 (16)   Andrey Shuvalov (EUN) 5 5
Repechage rounds 1 and 2 bracket 3Edit
Repechage round 1 Repechage round 2
3 (14)   Olivier Lenglet (FRA) 3 6 4
14 (27)   Serhiy Kravchuk (EUN) 5 5 6 14 (27)   Serhiy Kravchuk (EUN) 5 5 5
11 (17)   Maurizio Randazzo (ITA) 6 6 11 (17)   Maurizio Randazzo (ITA) 2 6 1
6 (31)   Jiří Douba (TCH) 5 5
Repechage rounds 1 and 2 bracket 4Edit
Repechage round 1 Repechage round 2
7 (29)   Fernando de la Peña (ESP) 5 2 3
10 (2)   Angelo Mazzoni (ITA) 1 5 5 10 (2)   Angelo Mazzoni (ITA) 6 5
15 (24)   Robert Davidson (AUS) 6 5 3 2 (12)   Laurie Shong (CAN) 4 3
2 (12)   Laurie Shong (CAN) 5 6 5

Repechage round 3Edit

The fencers were reseeded again. Seeds 1–4 were given to round 8 losers, based on their original seeds (Vánky and Felisiak, who had been swapped to avoid having two German fencers in main bracket 1, were reseeded as if they had not been swapped). Seeds 5–8 were given to the winners of the second round of the repechage, based on their original seeds—except that Henry was moved from #6 to #5 to avoid a rematch with Felisiak.

R3 seed R1 seed O seed Fencer Nation
From round of 8
1 3 Mauricio Rivas   Colombia
2 5 Éric Srecki   France
3 10 Robert Felisiak   Germany
4 9 Péter Vánky   Sweden
From repechage round 2
5 1 7 Jean-Michel Henry   France
6 10 2 Angelo Mazzoni   Italy
7 4 16 Andrey Shuvalov   Unified Team
8 14 27 Serhiy Kravchuk   Unified Team
Repechage round 3 bracket 1Edit
Repechage round 3
     
1 (3)   Mauricio Rivas (COL) 5 6
8 (27)   Serhiy Kravchuk (EUN) 2 4
Repechage round 3 bracket 2Edit
Repechage round 3
     
5 (7)   Jean-Michel Henry (FRA) 5 6
4 (10)   Péter Vánky (SWE) 3 4
Repechage round 3 bracket 3Edit
Repechage round 3
     
3 (10)   Robert Felisiak (GER) 4 3
6 (2)   Angelo Mazzoni (ITA) 6 5
Repechage round 3 bracket 4Edit
Repechage round 3
     
7 (16)   Andrey Shuvalov (EUN) 3 2
2 (5)   Éric Srecki (FRA) 5 5

Final roundsEdit

The fencers were reseeded a final time. Seeds 1–4 were given to the round of 8 winners, based on their original seeds. Seeds 5–8 were given to the winners of the third round of the repechage, based on their original seeds.

F seed R3 seed R1 seed O seed Fencer Nation
From round of 8
1 1 Elmar Borrmann   Germany
2 8 Marian Sypniewski   Poland
3 13 Kaido Kaaberma   Estonia
4 18 Pavel Kolobkov   Unified Team
From repechage round 3
5 6 10 2 Angelo Mazzoni   Italy
6 1 3 Mauricio Rivas   Colombia
7 2 5 Éric Srecki   France
8 5 1 7 Jean-Michel Henry   France
Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
               
1 (1)   Elmar Borrmann (GER) 5 4 0
8 (7)   Jean-Michel Henry (FRA) 2 6 5
8 (7)   Jean-Michel Henry (FRA) 3 5 5
4 (18)   Pavel Kolobkov (EUN) 5 2 6
5 (2)   Angelo Mazzoni (ITA) 5 0 2
4 (18)   Pavel Kolobkov (EUN) 0 5 5
4 (18)   Pavel Kolobkov (EUN) 5 2
7 (5)   Éric Srecki (FRA) 6 5
3 (13)   Kaido Kaaberma (EST) 5 5
6 (3)   Mauricio Rivas (COL) 3 3
3 (13)   Kaido Kaaberma (EST) 2 3 Bronze match
7 (5)   Éric Srecki (FRA) 5 5
7 (5)   Éric Srecki (FRA) 5 4 5 8 (7)   Jean-Michel Henry (FRA) 2 5 5
2 (8)   Marian Sypniewski (POL) 3 6 1 3 (13)   Kaido Kaaberma (EST) 5 2 3

Final classificationEdit

Fencer Country
Éric Srecki   France
Pavel Kolobkov   Unified Team
Jean-Michel Henry   France
Kaido Kaaberma   Estonia
Elmar Borrmann   Germany
Angelo Mazzoni   Italy
Mauricio Rivas   Colombia
Iván Kovács   Hungary
Robert Felisiak   Germany
Péter Vánky   Sweden
Andrey Shuvalov   Unified Team
Serhiy Kravchuk   Unified Team
Krisztián Kulcsár   Hungary
Laurie Shong   Canada
Maurizio Randazzo   Italy
Aleš Depta   Czechoslovakia
Olivier Lenglet   France
Danek Nowosielski   Canada
Robert Davidson   Australia
Roberto Lazzarini   Brazil
Jiří Douba   Czechoslovakia
Jean-Marc Chouinard   Canada
Fernando de la Peña   Spain
Robert Marx   United States
Adrian Pop   Romania
Sandro Cuomo   Italy
Lee Sang-Gi   South Korea
Thomas Lundblad   Sweden
Arnd Schmitt   Germany
Jang Tae-Seok   South Korea
Olivier Jacquet   Switzerland
Sławomir Nawrocki   Poland
Kim Jeong-Gwan   South Korea
Michael O'Brien   Ireland
Roman Ječmínek   Czechoslovakia
Gabriel Pantelimon   Romania
Maciej Ciszewski   Poland
Raúl Maroto   Spain
Viktor Zuikov   Estonia
André Kuhn   Switzerland
Rafael di Tella   Argentina
Ferenc Hegedűs   Hungary
Jon Normile   United States
Juan Miguel Paz   Colombia
Gavin McLean   New Zealand
Ulf Sandegren   Sweden
Mohamed Al-Hamar   Kuwait
Manuel Pereira   Spain
Cornel Milan   Romania
Wong James   Singapore
Norikazu Tanabe   Japan
Handry Lenzun   Indonesia
Steven Paul   Great Britain
Scott Arnold   Australia
Chris O'Loughlin   United States
Witold Gadomski   Poland
Daniel Lang   Switzerland
Zahi El-Khoury   Lebanon
Lucas Zakaria   Indonesia
Rui Frazão   Portugal
Luciano Finardi   Brazil
José Bandeira   Portugal
Francisco Papaiano   Brazil
Michel Youssef   Lebanon
Tan Ronald   Singapore
José Marcelo Álvarez   Paraguay
Dario Torrente   South Africa
Enzo da Ponte   Paraguay
Trevor Strydom   South Africa
Hein van Garderen   South Africa

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Fencing: 1992 Olympic Results - Men's épée". sports-reference.com. Archived from the original on 16 March 2011. Retrieved 21 December 2011.