Athletics at the 1967 Mediterranean Games

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Athletics at the 1967 Mediterranean Games
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Host city Tunisia Tunis
Date(s) 8 - 17 September
Participation 12 nations
Events 22 + 6


Athletics at the 1967 Mediterranean Games were held in Tunis, Tunisia.[1]

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Italy 14 6 6 26
2  Tunisia 4 7 4 15
3  Yugoslavia 4 5 3 12
4  Spain 2 5 8 15
5  Greece 2 2 4 8
6  France 2 1 1 4
7  Turkey 0 2 0 2
8  Algeria 0 0 2 2
Total 28 28 28 84

Results[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Charis Ayvaliotis (GRE) 10.6  Pasquale Giannattasio (ITA) 10.6  Ennio Preatoni (ITA) 10.8
200 metres  Ippolito Giani (ITA) 21.1  Livio Berruti (ITA) 21.2  Miguel Irandegui (ESP) 21.3
400 metres  Sergio Bello (ITA) 47.7  Rogelio Rivas (ESP) 47.9  Nikolaos Regoukos (GRE) 47.9
800 metres  Pierre Toussaint (FRA) 1:54.3  Youssef Nasri (TUN) 1:54.7  Virgilio Gonzalez (ESP) 1:54.7
1500 metres  Renzo Finelli (ITA) 3:49.6  José Maria Morera (ESP) 3:50.0  Jorge Gonzalez (ESP) 3:50.5
5000 metres  Mohamed Gammoudi (TUN) 14:02.2  Drago Zuntar (YUG) 14:04.2  Giuseppe Cindolo (ITA) 14:05.0
10,000 metres  Mohamed Gammoudi (TUN) 31:01.6  Ali Khamassi (TUN) 31:22.8  Drago Zuntar (YUG) 31:35.0
110 metres hurdles  Giovanni Cornacchia (ITA) 14.2  Sergio Liani (ITA) 14.2  Athanassios Lazaridis (GRE) 14.7
400 metres hurdles  Alessandro Scatena (ITA) 52.9  Mehmet Gesas (TUR) 53.4  Manuel Gayoso (ESP) 53.9
3000 m steeplechase  Javier Alvarez (ESP) 8:44.3  Labidi Ayachi (TUN) 8:48.4  Mariano Haro (ESP) 8:50.0
4×100 metres relay  Italy (ITA) 40.6  Spain (ESP) 41.6  Tunisia (TUN) 42.7
4×400 metres relay  Italy (ITA) 3:12.6  Spain (ESP) 3:15.9  Tunisia (TUN) 3:20.9
Marathon  Antonio Ambu (ITA) 2:21:31  İsmail Akçay (TUR) 2:21:44  Carlos Perez (ESP) 2:23:04
20 km walk  Nicola De Vito (ITA) 1:38:42.6  Chedli Benali (TUN) 1:39:08.6  Hamed Nadhari (TUN) 1:43:58.2
50 km walk  Vittorio Visisni (ITA) 4:39:53.7  Naceur Ben Ahmed Messaoud (TUN) 4:43:48.6  Hamed Nadhari (TUN) 4:52:43.5
High jump  Miodrag Todosijević (YUG) 2.13 m  Ioannis Koussoulas (GRE) 2.05 m  Polde Milek (YUG) 2.02 m
Pole vault  Christos Papanikolaou (GRE) 5.15 m  Renato Dionisi (ITA) 4.90 m  Jean-Pierre Colusso (FRA) 4.70 m
Long jump  Mijenko Rak (YUG) 7.53 m  Panagiotis Katseris (GRE) 7.51 m  DRafael Blanquer (ESP) 7.50 m
Triple jump  Luis Felipe Areta (ESP) 16.23 m  Giuseppe Gentille (ITA) 16.04 m  Michail Karagiannis (GRE) 15.45 m
Shot put  Tomislav Šuker (YUG) 18.01 m  Arnjold Beer (FRA) 17.72 m  Milija Jocović (YUG) 17.53 m
Discus throw  Silvano Siméon (ITA) 57.30 m  Marian Gredelj (YUG) 55.90 m  Gilberto Ferrini (ITA) 53.72 m
Javelin throw  Franco Radman (ITA) 69.20 m GR  Alfonso Carlos de Andres (ESP) 66.78 m  Fernando Tallon (ESP) 64.10 m

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Sylviane Telliez (FRA) 11.8  Donata Govoni (ITA) 11.9  Patrizia Seriau (ITA) 12.4
80 metres hurdles  Carla Panerai (ITA) 11.3  Đurđa Fočić (YUG) 11.4  Magali Vettorazzo (ITA) 11.5
High jump  Snežana Hrepevnik (YUG) 1.70 m  Đurđa Fočić (YUG) 1.61 m  Luciana Giamperlati (ITA) 1.58 m
Long jump  Maria Vittoria Trio (ITA) 6.13 m  Đurđa Fočić (YUG) 5.75 m  Charoula Sassagianni (GRE) 5.74 m
Shot put  Beya Bouabdallah (TUN) 11.57 m  Djemai El Hem (TUN) 9.10 m  Rabea Ghezlane (ALG) 8.36 m
Javelin throw  Chedlia Ben Mrad (TUN) 33.10 m  Beya Bouabdallah (TUN) 30.84 m  Rabea Ghezlane (ALG) 24.78 m

References[edit]

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

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