1993 World Games

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World Games IV
World Games 1993 logo.png
Host cityThe Hague, Netherlands
Nations participating44
Athletes participating1,265
Events155 (23 sports)[1]
Opening ceremony22 July
Closing ceremony2 August
Officially opened byQueen Beatrix of the Netherlands
Main venueZuiderpark Stadion
1989 1997  >

The 1993 World Games, the fourth World Games, were an international multi-sport event held in The Hague, Netherlands.

Titles[edit]

155 titles were awarded in 23 sports (not including invitational sports).

Sport Titles Notes
Acrobatic gymnastics 15
Beach volleyball 2
Bodybuilding 7
Boules 2
Bowling 3
Casting 13
Field archery 6
Fistball 1
Finswimming 14
Karate 12
Korfball 1
Life saving 16
Netball 1
Powerlifting 6
Raquetball 2
Roller hockey 1
Roller skating, artistic 4
Roller speed skating 10
Sambo 9
Taekwondo 12
Trampoline 6
Triathlon 4
Tug of war 2
Water skiing 6
Total 155

Medal table[edit]

The medal tally during the fourth World Games is as follows. Germany finished at the top of the final medal table.[2] There were two gold medals (and zero silver medals) awarded in five of the acrobatic gymnastics events because of ties for first place. There were two bronze medals awarded in the karate kumite (10) and taekwondo (12) events and one of the acrobatic gymnastics events.

  *   Host nation (Netherlands)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Germany (GER)21191555
2 Italy (ITA)1419639
3 Great Britain (GBR)125926
4 United States (USA)11111234
5 France (FRA)11101536
6 Bulgaria (BUL)101718
7 Netherlands (NED)*951630
8 Sweden (SWE)8101028
9 Russia (RUS)78217
10 China (CHN)5229
11 South Korea (KOR)4217
12 Belarus (BLR)41510
13 Japan (JPN)4015
14 Belgium (BEL)35412
15 Norway (NOR)34714
16 Czech Republic (CZE)3339
17 Spain (ESP)32611
18 Denmark (DEN)3058
19 Poland (POL)3003
20 Finland (FIN)26614
21 Australia (AUS)24511
22 Chinese Taipei (TPE)2316
23 Estonia (EST)2305
24 Mexico (MEX)2215
25  Switzerland (SUI)2114
26 Ukraine (UKR)1517
27 Ireland (IRL)1203
28 Canada (CAN)11810
29 Hungary (HUN)1157
30 Kazakhstan (KAZ)1113
 New Zealand (NZL)1113
32 Singapore (SGP)1102
33 Portugal (POR)1023
34 Brazil (BRA)1012
35 Mongolia (MGL)1001
36 Lithuania (LTU)0336
37 Egypt (EGY)0224
38 Turkey (TUR)0202
39 Argentina (ARG)0123
 Austria (AUT)0123
41 South Africa (RSA)0112
42 Latvia (LAT)0101
 Malaysia (MAS)0101
44 Morocco (MAR)0033
45 Iran (IRI)0011
 Jamaica (JAM)0011
 Jordan (JOR)0011
 Kuwait (KUW)0011
 Nigeria (NGR)0011
 Philippines (PHI)0011
Totals (50 nations)160150178488

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The World Games in the past". worldgames2009.tw. Retrieved 9 June 2012.
  2. ^ "Results of the World Games". International World Games Association. Retrieved 2015-10-26.

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