Edoardo Mangiarotti was an Italian fencer. He won a total of 39 Olympic titles and World championships, more than any other fencer in the history of the sport. His Olympic medals include one individual gold, five team golds, five silver, and two bronze medals from 1936 to 1960.
About Edoardo Mangiarotti
Italian fencer who won more World Championships and Olympic titles than any other fencer in the sport's history.
Edoardo Mangiarotti Before Fame
He was trained by his father, who was also a famous fencer.
Achievement of Edoardo Mangiarotti
He was the oldest member of the Italian team at the 1960 Olympic Games in Rome.
Edoardo Mangiarotti Family Life
His brother, Dario, was also an Olympic gold medalist.
Associations of Edoardo Mangiarotti
His total Olympic medal count was surpassed by Michael Phelps.
Information related to Edoardo Mangiarotti
- Fencers at the 1956 Summer Olympics
- Recipients of the Olympic Order
- Italian male fencers
- Olympic fencers of Italy
- Fencers at the 1952 Summer Olympics
- Fencers at the 1948 Summer Olympics
- Fencers at the 1936 Summer Olympics
- Fencers at the 1960 Summer Olympics
- Olympic silver medalists for Italy
- Olympic gold medalists for Italy
- Olympic bronze medalists for Italy