Dario Mangiarotti was an Italian fencer who competed at the 1948 and 1952 Summer Olympics and medaled in seven World Championships. He was born in Milan, the son of Giuseppe Mangiarotti, a fencer at the 1908 Summer Olympics in London. He was also the brother of Edoardo Mangiarotti, Italy's most successful Olympian and the winner of more Olympic and World titles than any fencer in history, and Mario Mangiarotti, who was also a fencer.
About Dario Mangiarotti
Gold medal-winning Olympic fencer for Italy who came from a family of athletes. He ended his career with one gold and two silver medals.
Dario Mangiarotti Before Fame
He was a national champion in fencing multiple times during the 1940s and 1950s.
Achievement of Dario Mangiarotti
He won two World Championship gold medals in 1949: one for individual competition and another in the team events.
Dario Mangiarotti Family Life
His father and two brothers were all Olympic fencers.
Associations of Dario Mangiarotti
His sport of choice, fencing, became a common practice for many movie stars, like Guy Pearce.
Information related to Dario Mangiarotti
- Italian male fencers
- Olympic fencers of Italy
- Fencers at the 1952 Summer Olympics
- Fencers at the 1948 Summer Olympics
- Olympic silver medalists for Italy
- Olympic gold medalists for Italy