Swimming at the Mediterranean Games

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Swimming is one of the sports at the quadrennial Mediterranean Games competition. It has been one of the sports competed at the event since the inaugural edition in 1951.

Editions[edit]

Games Year Host city
I 1951 Egypt Alexandria
II 1955 Spain Barcelona
III 1959 Lebanon Beirut
IV 1963 Italy Naples
V 1967 Tunisia Tunis
VI 1971 Turkey İzmir
VII 1975 Algeria Algiers
VIII 1979 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Split
IX 1983 Morocco Casablanca
X 1987 Syria Latakia
XI 1991 Greece Athens
XII 1993 France Narbonne
XIII 1997 Italy Bari
XIV 2001 Tunisia Tunis
XV 2005 Spain Almería
XVI 2009 Italy Pescara
XVII 2013 Turkey Mersin

Medals Summary[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Italy 179 146 121 446
2 France 113 90 69 272
3 Spain 58 94 111 263
4 Serbia [1] 17 16 25 58
5 Tunisia 12 7 6 25
6 Greece 11 28 39 78
7 Slovenia 11 15 9 35
8 Croatia 5 9 9 23
9 Algeria 5 1 4 10
10 Egypt [2] 3 5 7 15
11 Turkey 1 5 11 17
12 Cyprus 1 2 3 6
Total 416 418 414 1248

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ FINA considers Serbia as the inheritor of the records of SFR Yugoslavia, FR Yugoslavia and Serbia and Montenegro
  2. ^ FINA considers Egypt as the inheritor of the records of United Arab Republic

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