Éric Srecki

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Éric Srecki (born 2 July 1964 in Béthune, Pas-de-Calais) is a French fencer and Olympic and World champion in the épée competition. He won a gold medal in individual épée event at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona. He won a team gold medal in 1988, silver in 2000, and a bronze medal in 1996. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Éric Srecki has received more than 10,611 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Éric Srecki is the 71st most popular fencer, the 4,542nd most popular biography from France and the 20th most popular French Fencer.

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Among fencers, Éric Srecki ranks 71 out of 174Before him are Frédéric Pietruszka, Laura Flessel-Colovic, Pavel Kolobkov, Giovanna Trillini, Stefano Cerioni, and Andrea Borella. After him are Géza Imre, Sandro Cuomo, Laura Badea-Cârlescu, Olha Kharlan, Arnd Schmitt, and Bence Szabó.

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Among people born in 1964, Éric Srecki ranks 618Before him are Serafín Zubiri, Bonnie Blair, Mark Kelly, Suat Atalık, Elizabeth Kostova, and Glenn Beck. After him are Aleksandar Hemon, Scott Silver, Vyacheslav Maltsev, Wendy Williams, Chelsea Noble, and Celso Luis Gomes.

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In France

Among people born in France, Éric Srecki ranks 4,542 out of 5,234Before him are Sandrine Bailly (1979), Marina de Van (1971), Lorie (1982), Florian Zeller (1979), Eric Carrière (1973), and Jenia Grebennikov (1990). After him are Franck Piccard (1965), Ryad Boudebouz (1990), Élodie Fontan (1987), Florian Maurice (1974), Alexis Pinturault (1991), and Sébastien Haller (1994).

Among FENCERS In France

Among fencers born in France, Éric Srecki ranks 20Before him are Louis Perrée (1871), Christian Noël (1945), Yves Dreyfus (1931), Philippe Boisse (1955), Pascale Trinquet (1958), and Frédéric Pietruszka (1954). After him are Lionel Plumenail (1967), Nicolas Lopez (1980), Franck Boidin (1972), Gauthier Grumier (1984), Brice Guyart (1981), and Erwann Le Péchoux (1982).