Ramón Fonst Segundo was a Cuban fencer who competed in the early 20th century. He was one of the greatest world fencers, individual and by team; he was born and died in Havana.
About Ramón Fonst
Cuban fencer and four-time Olympic gold medalist, he won one in 1900 and two in 1904.
He entered his first Olympics in 1900, winning a gold and a silver.
He was the first olympic medal winner ever from Latin America.
He married Freida Fonst in 2006 and the couple remained married until his death.
He last competed in the Olympics in 1904, eight years before the legendary Jim Thorpe stepped on to the scene.
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- Fencers at the 1904 Summer Olympics
- Cuban male fencers
- Olympic fencers of Cuba
- Fencers at the 1900 Summer Olympics
- Olympic silver medalists for Cuba
- Olympic gold medalists for Cuba
- Fencers at the 1924 Summer Olympics
- Medalists at the 1904 Summer Olympics
- Sportspeople from Havana
- Medalists at the 1900 Summer Olympics
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