Barry Notley

Biographical information

TypeCompeted in Olympic Games, Referee
SexMale
Full nameCharles Barrimore "Barry"•Notley
Used nameBarry•Notley
Born23 December 1879 in Hackney, Greater London, England (GBR)
Died1968 in Andover, Hampshire, England (GBR)
AffiliationsThe Sabre Club
NOC Great Britain

Biography

Barry Notley appeared at four Olympics, competing in the sabre competition in 1908 and 1928, and épée in 1920 and 1924. He was twice the national épée champion, in 1925 and 1927. Notley was the son of a London architect but, unlike his father, went into the insurance business as his chosen profession. During World War I, he served as a major with the Royal Field Artillery and saw action in France. In 1926 Notley took part in the contest against the United States in New York when the Americans regained the Thompson trophy. He also took part in the 1930 contest in London.

Results

Games Discipline (Sport) / Event NOC / Team Pos Medal As
1908 Summer Olympics Fencing GBR Barry Notley
Sabre, Individual, Men (Olympic) 7 p1 r3/4
1920 Summer Olympics Fencing GBR Barry Notley
Épée, Individual, Men (Olympic) 8 p7 r1/4
Épée, Team, Men (Olympic) Great Britain =7
1924 Summer Olympics Fencing GBR Barry Notley
Épée, Team, Men (Olympic) Great Britain 4 p1 r2/4
1928 Summer Olympics Fencing GBR Barry Notley
Sabre, Individual, Men (Olympic) 6 p2 r1/3
Sabre, Team, Men (Olympic) Great Britain =3 p2 r1/3