| Andrea Candiani|
| 5 June 1989 (age 26) (1989-06-05) |
Centro Sportivo Carabinieri
Enrico Garozzo ([enˈriːko ɡaˈrɔttso]; born 21 June 1989 in Catania, Sicily) is an Italian épée fencer, bronze medallist in the 2014 World Championships.
Garozzo won a silver medal at the 2006 Cadets World Fencing Championship in Taebaek, then took the gold at the 2008 Junior World Fencing Championship in his childhood city Acireale.
Amongst seniors, he made his first Fencing World Cup podium in 2010 with a third place in the Grand Prix de Berne. This was followed in the 2011–12 season by a second place at the Jockey Club Argentino.
In the 2012–13 season he placed third in the Heidenheimer Pokal and in the 2013 Mediterranean Games at Mersin. He advanced to the quarter-finals in the 2013 European Championships at Budapest before being stopped by eventual silver medallist Daniel Jerent. In the 2013–14 season, he won a silver medal in the Doha Grand Prix and took a bronze medal at the World Championships in Kazan after losing in the semifinals to South Korea's Park Kyoung-doo. He finished the season 4th in world rankings, a career best.
In the 2014–15 season Garozzo won a bronze medal in the Doha Grand Prix.
Enrico's younger brother, Daniele, is a foil fencer.
Enrico Garozzo Wikipedia