Yves Dreyfus (1963)
|Born||17 May 1931|
Dreyfus was a three-time Olympian for France, and won two bronze medals. At the 1956 Olympics in Melbourne at the age of 25 he won a bronze medal in team epee. At the 1960 Olympics in Rome at the age of 29 he came in 6th in individual epee and tied for 9th with the French epee team. At the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo at the age of 33 he fenced in the individual epee and won a bronze medal in the team epee.
In 1964 he won the French national championship in epee.
He won a gold medal in individual epee at the 1961 Maccabiah Games. He competed for France at the 1965 Maccabiah Games. He won gold medals in both individual epee and team epee at the 1977 Maccabiah Games.
He later became a Master of Arms.
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