Nedo Nadi was one of the best Italian fencers of all time. He is the only fencer to win a gold medal in each of the three weapons at a single Olympic Games and won the most fencing gold medals ever at a single Games—five. Nadi won six Olympic gold medals in total.
About Nedo Nadi
Italian fencer who won six Olympic gold medals, including one in 1912 and five in 1920.
Nedo Nadi Before Fame
He had his first fencing lesson at the age of seven with a foil sword in his father's gymnasium.
Achievement of Nedo Nadi
He held the record for most gold medals at a single Olympics with five in 1920, until 1972 when Mark Spitz won seven.
Nedo Nadi Family Life
His father Giuseppe Nadi was a famous Italian fencing master.
Associations of Nedo Nadi
He competed in the 1912 Olympics where the legendary Jim Thorpe won the decathlon and pentathlon.
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