Frederick Weber

Biographical information

RolesCompeted in Olympic Games
Full nameFrederick Regenia•Weber
Used nameFrederick•Weber
Born1 December 1905 in Kalamazoo, Michigan (USA)
Died17 February 1994 in Lumber Bridge, North Carolina (USA)
AffiliationsNYAC, New York (USA)
NOC United States


Frederick Weber competed as both a fencer and modern pentathlete at the 1936 Olympics, placing ninth in the pentathlon. In individual épée he failed to get past the second round. Weber later competed at the 1951 Pan American Games, winning a gold medal in team sabre and a silver medal in team épée. Weber began fencing at West Point in 1925 where he was taught fencing by John Dimond. In 1932 he was an alternate for the US Olympic modern pentathlon team but did not compete.


Games Discipline (Sport) / Event NOC / Team Pos Medal As
1936 Summer Olympics Fencing USA Frederick Weber
Épée, Individual, Men (Olympic) 9 p2 r2/4
Épée, Team, Men (Olympic) United States DNS
Modern Pentathlon USA Frederick Weber
Individual, Men (Olympic) 9

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