1993 Maccabiah Games

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14th Maccabiah
1993 Maccabiah logo.jpg
Nations participating 48
Debuting countries  Belarus
Athletes participating 5100
Opening city Ramat Gan
Officially opened by Yael Arad
Main venue National Stadium
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The 1993 Maccabiah Games was the 14th installment of the Maccabiah Games and brought 5,100 athletes to Israel from 48 nations.

Jewish athletes from Poland, Bulgaria, and Czechoslovakia participated for the first time after World War II, after the fall of the Iron Curtain. Athletes from the eight Republics of the former Soviet Union also participated.

A giant torch has been fixed in the National Stadium for this games and on.

Yael Arad, who had won a silver medal for Israel in judo at the Barcelona Olympics in 1992, lit the Maccabiah torch.

Participating communities[edit]

The number in parentheses indicates the number of participants that community contributed.

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