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31 ago. 1883 Havana, Cuba
El nunca Segundo / El Zurdo
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Though born in Havana, Ramón Fonst spent much of his youth in France, where he received a fencing education. As a 17-year-old youth, he upset the French épée fencers at the 1900 Paris Olympics, winning the amateur event. He also fought in the competition that faced the best amateurs against the best masters, in which he ranked second behind Albert Ayat. These were the first Cuban and first Latin American medals in Olympic history. He added to his collection at the 1904 Games in St. Louis, winning both the foil and épée events and joining American Albertson Van Zo Post...

Ramon en números

3
Juegos Olímpicos
Juegos Olímpicos
5
Medallas
Medalla de oro:4 Medalla de plata:1 Medalla de bronce:
  • París
    París 1924
    Juegos
    Resultados
    Deporte
    Evento
    París
    París 1924
    • =7 p2 r3/4
      Fencing
      Épée, Individual
    • 3 p1 r2/4
      Fencing
      Épée, Team
  • San Luis
    San Luis 1904
    Juegos
    Resultados
    Deporte
    Evento
    San Luis
    San Luis 1904
    • 1 Medalla de oro
      Fencing
      Foil, Individual
    • 1 Medalla de oro
      Fencing
      Épée, Individual
    • 1 Medalla de oro
      Fencing
      Foil, Team
  • París
    París 1900
    Juegos
    Resultados
    Deporte
    Evento
    París
    París 1900
    • 1 Medalla de oro
      Fencing
      Épée, Individual
    • 2 Medalla de plata
      Fencing
      Épée, Masters and Amateurs, Individual

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