Ramon FONST

古巴 CUB

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  • 奖牌
    4
    1
  • 奥运参赛次数
    3
  • 奥运首秀
    1900年巴黎奥运会
  • 出生年份
    1883年
奥运会成绩

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Ramon FONST

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 and fellow Cuban Manuel Díaz to win the foil team competition. For twenty years, Fonst disappeared from the Olympic stage, but he far from quit competition, fencing in events over the world. But when the first formal Cuban team entered the Olympics in 1924, Fonst was again competing, albeit without a medal. His career was still far from over, as Fonst dominated the fencing competitions at the 1926 and 1930 Central American and Caribbean Games, winning five golds. In 1938, at the age of 55, he returned to these Games and won a sixth gold - his last major victory. As a pun on his matronymic which was Segundo, Fonst's nickname was El nunca Segundo, roughly meaning "He who never comes in second". Fonst continued to be involved in sports, serving as the president of the Cuban NOC (1941-46) and as a government advisor on physical education.

奥运会成绩

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奥运会成绩
赛果 赛事 项目

1924年巴黎奥运会

#=7 p2 r3/4
Épée, Individual
Épée, Individual Fencing
#3 p1 r2/4
Épée, Team
Épée, Team Fencing
奥运会成绩
赛果 赛事 项目

1904年圣路易斯

Foil, Individual
Foil, Individual Fencing
Épée, Individual
Épée, Individual Fencing
Foil, Team
Foil, Team Fencing
奥运会成绩
赛果 赛事 项目

1900年巴黎奥运会

Épée, Individual
Épée, Individual Fencing
Épée, Masters and Amateurs, Individual
Épée, Masters and Amateurs, Individual Fencing