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Added by rickterenzi on 11 Jun 2013 03:43
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Edoardo Mangiarotti

Italina fencing champion Edoardo Mangiarotti won 13 medals in the Olympics (6 gold, 5 sillver, 2 bronze) and 26 medals in the World Champioships (13 gold, 8 silver, 5 bronze).
He was also the stendard bearer of the Italy's Olympic team in Melbourne (1956) and in Rome (1960).
The Mangiarotti Family.
Giuseppe Mangiarotti (Edoardo Mangiarotti's father, the first from the right) was a fencing master and 17 times Italian épée champion. He took part in 1908 London Olympics in individual and team épée competitions.
Rosetta Pirola (Edoardo Mangiarotti's mother, the second from the right) was an épée fencer.
Dario Mangiarotti (the oldest of the Mangiarotti brothers, the first from the left) won a gold medal in 1952 Helsinki Olympics (team épée) and 2 silver medals, one in London 1948 (team épée) and one in Helsinki 1952 (individual épée). He also won 9 medals in the World Champioships (5 gold, 1 silver, 3 bronze).
Mario Mangiarotti (the youngest of the Mangiarotti brothers, the second from the left) won a silver medal in 1951 Stockholm World Championship.
Edoardo Mangiarotti is the third from the left.
The Mangiarotti Family.
Edoardo, Giuseppe and Dario Mangiarotti.
Edoardo, Giuseppe and Dario Mangiarotti.
The young Edoardo Mangiarotti.
Above and below: Edoardo Mangiarotti's fencing.
The Italy's national foil team in 1935: Franco Riccardi, Saverio Ragno, Edoardo Mangiarotti and Carlo Agostoni.
Edoardo Mangiarotti (the first from the left) awarded by Egypt's King Faruk in the course of the World fencing Championship in Cairo in 1949.
Edoardo Mangiarotti's wedding (1950).
Edoardo Mangiarotti's wedding (1950).
Edoardo Mangiarotti and his wife Camilla.
In 1952 Helsinki Olympics, the final of the men's individual épée tournament was disputed by Edoardo Mangiarotti against his older brother Dario Mangiarotti. Edoardo Mangiarotti won the gold medal, Dario Mangiarotti won the silver medal.
Above: Edoardo Mangiarotti consolates his older brother Dario Mangiarotti just after the final ended.
1952 Helsinki Olympics. Medaled of men's individual épée tournament: Edoardo Mangiarotti, gold (centre); Dario Mangiarotti, silver (left); Swiss fencing champion Oswald Zappelli, bronze (right).
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Edoardo Mangiarotti

Edoardo Mangiarotti's Legacy
Olympics
Berlin 1936, 1 gold (team épée);
London 1948, 2 silver (team foil, team épée), 1 bronze (individual épée); Helsinki 1952, 2 gold (individual épée, team épée), 2 silver (individual foil, team foil); Melbourne 1956, 2 gold (team foil, team épée), 1 bronze (individual épée); Rome 1960, 1 gold (team épée), 1 silver (team foil);
World Championships
Paris 1937, 1 gold (team épée); Piest'any 1938, 1 silver (individual épée), 1 bronze (team épée); Lisbon 1947, 2 bronze
(individual foil, team épée); Cairo 1949, 2 gold (team épée, team foil), 1 bronze (individual foil); Montecarlo 1950, 2 gold (team épée, team foil); Stockholm 1951, 2 gold (individual épée, team foil), 2 silver (team épée, individual foil); Brussels 1953, 1 gold (team épée), 2 silver (individual foil, team foil); Luxembourg 1954, 3 gold (individual épée, team épée, team foil); Rome 1955, 2 gold (team épée, team foil); Philadelphia 1958, 1 silver (individual épée), 1 bronze (team foil).

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