Olympics
List of gold medals won in fencing since the inclusion of the sport in the modern Olympics in 1896.

Fencing

It was in the modern Olympics of 1896, held in Athens, that the dueling sport of fencing was first included and has remarkably been a regular feature in every following Olympics since then. Out of the 191 gold medals awarded out so far, Italy has won the most, 45 and is leading the tally, followed closely by France who is second with 41, and Hungary, who is third with 34.However, when it comes to all the medals combined, it's France who leads with 115 medals out of 571, with Italy (114) and Hungary (82) at second and third places respectively. The record of winning a gold medal with every weapon is held by Italy's Nedo Nadi, who created it in the 1920 Antwerp Games. In 2012 London Games, 212 fencers, 105 men and 107 women will be competing for the gold and the competition will be held at Excel Arena from 28th July to 5th August.

Men's Épée Individual

Men's Épée Team

Men's Foil Individual

Men's Foil Team

Men's Sabre Individual

Men's Sabre Team

Women's Épée Individual

Women's Épée Team

Women's Foil Individual

Women's Foil Team

Women's Sabre Individual


Men's Épée Aamateurs Masters

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1900 Albert Robert Ayat
France
Ramón Fonst
Cuba
Léon Sée
France

Men's Épée Masters

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1900 Albert Robert Ayat
France
Emile Bougnol
France
Henri Laurent
France

Men's Foil Masters

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1896 Leonidas Pyrgos
Greece
Joanni Perronet
France

1900 Lucien Mérignac
France
Alphonse Kirchhoffer
France
Jean-Baptiste Mimiague
France

Men's Sabre Masters

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1900 Antonio Conte
Italy
Italo Santelli
Italy
Milan Neralić
Austria

Men's Singlestick

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1904 Albertson Van Zo Post
Cuba
William O'Connor
United States
William Grebe
United States

Women's Team Sabre

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
2008 Olha Zhovnir, Olha Kharlan, Halyna Pundyk, Olena Khomrova
Ukraine
Bao Yingying, Huang Haiyang, Ni Hong, Tan Xue
China
Sada Jacobson, Rebecca Ward, Mariel Zagunis
United States
2016 Yekaterina Dyachenko
Yuliya Gavrilova
Yana Egorian
Sofya Velikaya
Russia
Olha Kharlan
Alina Komashchuk
Olena Kravatska
Olena Voronina
Ukraine
Monica Aksamit
Ibtihaj Muhammad
Dagmara Wozniak
Mariel Zagunis
United States