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Mediterranean Games Tarragona 2017

Mediterranean Games Mersin 2013

Mediterranean Games Pescara 2009.

The XVI Mediterranean Games in Pescara, Italy, held from 26 June to 5 July 2009, included 4,000 athletes from 23 countries of the Mediterranean basin. They competed in 27 sports: athletics, basketball, boccia, boxing, cycling, equestrian, disability sports (athletics and swimming), fencing, football, golf, gymnastics (artistic and rhythmic), handball, judo, karate, kayak/canoe, rowing, sailing, shooting, swimming, table tennis, tennis, volleyball (beach and regular, international volleyball), water polo, water skiing, weightlifting and wrestling. The 164 Croatian athletes (75 women and 89 men), led by Chef de Mission Damir Šegota, competed in 24 sports and won 28 medals (5 gold, 12 silver and 11 bronze) in 14 sports.

Mediterranean Games Almeria 2005

The XV Mediterranean Games in Almeria, Spain, held from 24 June to 3 July 2005, included 3,500 athletes from 21 Mediterranean countries. They competed in 25 sports. The Croatian Mediterranean delegation led by Chef de Mission Damir Šegota consisted of 201 athletes, of whom 83 were women. Croatia won 26 medals – 5 gold, 10 silver and 11 bronze – and placed 11th in the medal count.

Mediterranean Games Tunis 2001

The 2001 Mediterranean Games in Tunis, held from 2 – 15 September, should have been the usual XIV Mediterranean Games, but they were marked by the terrorist attack on the Twin Towers in New York, so this is why there was just a symbolic Closing Ceremony on 15 September, without the planned artistic program. The Croatian Mediterranean Games delegation consisted of 138 athletes, led by Chef de Mission Darko Dujmović. 23 countries participated and Croatian athletes won 20 medals - 7 gold, 6 silver and 7 bronze – so that Croatia placed 11th in the medal count.

Mediterranean Games Bari 1997

 

Croatian athletes, who had contributed to this competition and its significance in the development of international sport from the very beginning, participated in the XIII Mediterranean Games, held in Bari from 13 to 25 June 1997, for the second time under their own flag. The 239 members of the Croatian delegation, led by Chef de Mission Matija Ljubek, competed in 26 sports and won 33 medals: 6 gold, 16 silver and 11 bronze.

Mediterranean Games Languedoc Roussilion 1993


To avoid holding the Mediterranean Games in the year before the Olympic Games, this event's calendar was changed. So after the XI Mediterranean Games, held in Athens in 1991, the XII Mediterranean Games were held in Languedoc-Roussillon, France, from 16 to 27 June 1993. The Games included 2,598 athletes coming from 19 countries of the Mediterranean basin, who competed in 24 sports. The Croatian delegation consisted of 197 athletes, who won 9 gold, 6 silver and 19 bronze medals and placed 6th in the medal count.