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Not held in other editions
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Épée, Masters and Amateurs, Individual, Men

Date15 June 1900 — 14:00
StatusOlympic
LocationJardin des Tuileries, Paris
Participants8 from 2 countries
FormatRound-robin pool, one-touch bouts. Contestants qualified for this event by finishing in the top four in the épée for amateurs or the épée for professionals.

The top four finishers in the individual épée for amateurs and for masters qualified for this event, which was conducted as a single round-robin pool. Ramón Fonst (CUB) had won the amateur event and France’s Albert Ayat the masters’ event, and it came down to those two here as well. Ayat won by going undefeated, with his victory over Fonst the determining factor, as Fonst won all his other matches. This is the only time this event has been on the Olympic Program.

PosCompetitor(s)NOC
1Albert AyatFRAGold
2Ramón FonstCUBSilver
3Léon SéeFRABronze
4Gabriel, Count de la FalaiseFRA
=5Louis PerréeFRA
=5Henri LaurentFRA
=5Gilbert BougnolFRA
=5Hippolyte-Jacques HyvernaudFRA

Final Pool (15 June 1900 — 14:00)

Round-robin pool, one-touch bouts. Contestants qualified for this event by finishing in the top four in the épée for amateurs or the épée for professionals.

PosCompetitor(s)NOCBouts WonBouts Lost
1Albert AyatFRA70
2Ramón FonstCUB61
3Léon SéeFRA43
4Gabriel, Count de la FalaiseFRA34
=5Louis PerréeFRA25
=5Henri LaurentFRA25
=5Gilbert BougnolFRA25
=5Hippolyte-Jacques HyvernaudFRA25