Athletics at the 1951 Mediterranean Games

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Athletics at the 1951 Mediterranean Games
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Host city Egypt Alexandria
Date(s) 5 - 22 October
Participation 10 nations
Events 23
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Athletics at the 1951 Mediterranean Games were held in Alexandria, Egypt.[1]

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  France 9 4 0 13
2  Italy 6 4 2 12
3  Greece 3 7 3 13
4  Yugoslavia 3 5 7 15
5  Turkey 2 3 7 12
6  Egypt 0 0 4 4
Total 23 23 23 69

Results[edit]

Track[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Stefanos Petrakis
 Greece
10,9 Mauro Frizzoni
 Italy
11,2 Wolfango Montanari
 Italy
11,2
200 metres Antonio Siddi
 Italy
22,0 Jacques Degats
 France
22,1 Wolfango Montanari
 Italy
22,1
400 metres Jacques Degats
 France
47,8 Antonio Siddi
 Italy
47,9 Zvonko Sabolović
 Yugoslavia
48,6
800 metres Patrick El Mabrouk
 France
1.50,9 Michel Clare
 France
1.54,2 Ekrem Kocak
 Turkey
1.54,7
1500 metres Patrick El Mabrouk
 France
3.55,8 Cahit Onel
 Turkey
3.56,9 Zdravko Ceraj
 Yugoslavia
4.01,5
5000 metres Alain Mimoun
 France
14.38,3 Zdravko Ceraj
 Yugoslavia
15.05,2 Stevan Pavlović
 Yugoslavia
15.05,5
10,000 metres Alain Mimoun
 France
31.07,9 Franjo Mihalic
 Yugoslavia
31.42,8 Mustafa Ozcan
 Turkey
34.27,5
Marathon Ahmet Aytar
 Turkey
3:07.25 Athanassios Ragazos
 Greece
3:21.31 Mohamed Omran
 Egypt
3:24.24
110 metres hurdles Jean-François Brisson
 France
15,5 Ioannis Kambadellis
 Greece
15,8 Mustafa Batmas
 Turkey
15,8
400 metres hurdles Armando Filiput
 Italy
53,8 Dogan Acarbay
 Turkey
55,1 Igor Zupančič
 Yugoslavia
55,4
3000 m steeplechase Božidar Ðurašković
 Yugoslavia
9.38,5 Petar Šegedin
 Yugoslavia
9.39,2 Mustafa Ozcan
 Turkey
9.44,9
10 km walk Giuseppe Dordoni
 Italy
51.39,6 Athanasios Aposporis
 Greece
54.28,0 Wahib Saleh
 Egypt
1:04.20,9
4 x 100 metres relay  Italy 42,4  Greece 43,5  Yugoslavia 43,9
4 x 400 metres relay  France 3.19,5  Yugoslavia 3.23,4  Turkey 3.25,9

Field[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump Georges Damitio
 France
2,00 m Papagallo Thiam
 France
1,90 m Mihajlo Dimitrijević
 Yugoslavia
1,80 m
Long jump Boris Brnad
 Yugoslavia
7,28 m Dimitrios Kipouros
 Greece
6,96 m Avni Akgun
 Turkey
6,85 m
Pole vault Victor Sillon
 France
4,00 m Rigas Efstathiadis
 Greece
4,00 m Théodoros Balafas
 Greece
3,90 m
Triple jump Avni Akgun
 Turkey
14,15 m Sillon Victor
 France
14,13 m Fawzi A M Chaaban
 Egypt
14,09 m
Shot put Konstantinos Yataganas
 Greece
15,03 m Angiolo Profeti
 Italy
15,02 m Nuri Turan
 Turkey
14,71 m
Hammer throw Teseo Taddia
 Italy
52,33 m Ivan Gubijan
 Yugoslavia
51,20 m Rudolf Galin
 Yugoslavia
50,43 m
Javelin throw Branko Dangubić
 Yugoslavia
65,82 m Halil Ziraman
 Turkey
63,62 m Vassilios Kallimatis
 Greece
59,57 m
Discus throw Giuseppe Tosi
 Italy
48,49 m Nikolaos Syllas
 Greece
46,07 m Konstantinos Yataganas
 Greece
43,18 m
Decathlon Fotios Kosmas
 Greece
5135 ptn Lorenzo Vecchiutti
 Italy
5001 ptn Rachad Khadr
 Egypt
4798 ptn

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mediterranean Games – Past Medallists". sports-gbrathletics.com. Retrieved 19 December 2012. 

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