Krieger, Byron



He received the Detroit Sports Guild Outstanding Athlete Award in 1951 and was elected to the Michigan Amateur Sports Hall of Fame in 1974. Wayne State University Hall of Fame 1976, Michigan Jewish Hall of Fame 1986

Video Tour #7

Jason Rogers, Daniel Costin, Keeth Smart, Yuri Gelman, Jan Romary, Peter Schifrin, George Masin,The Makler family, Leo Nunes, Carl Borack, Sean McClain, Ralph Faulkner, Polly Craus, Danny Bukantz, Jeff Bukantz, Lee Shelley, Skip Shurtz, Samuel T. Shaw, Johnny Huffman, Tibor Nyilas, Joe Pechinsky, Byron Krieger, Ed Richards, Jim Carpenter, George Kolombatovich, Lisel Judge, Larry Anastasi.


Goodrich, Judy


2-time Olympians Judy Goodrich and Byron Krieger, both Michigan legends, on the cover of Detroit News Magazine in 1956

Thanks and Credits

Michel Mamlouk, 2-time President of U.S. Fencing, and his widow, Maria Mamlouk have generously donated a saber from circa 1900 that an Italian master named Favia gave his father in Egypt as well as 39 medals Mr. Mamlouk won over his fencing career. Doug Nichols,who runs the West Coast Archive and is now a board … Read moreThanks and Credits

Goldstein, Ralph

(1913-1997) – AFLA national foil medalist; national epee finalist. Member, U.S. Olympic team (1948, '56); captain (1960). Editor, "American Fencing" magazine (1969-76).

Men’s Foil Olympians

Olympic Men’s Individual Foil 1904 Albertson Van Zo Post, Silver 1904 Charles Tatham, Bronze 1932 Joseph Levis, Silver 1960 Albert Axelrod, Bronze Olympic Men’s Team Foil 1904 Albertson Van Zo Post, Gold w/ Cuban Team 1904 Charles Tatham, Silver 1904 Fitzhugh Townsend, Silver 1904 Arthur Fox, Silver