1994 Jeux de la Francophonie

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IIèmes Jeux de la Francophonie
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Host city Paris/Évry-Bondoufle, France
Nations participating 45
Athletes participating 2,700
Opening ceremony July 5, 1994
Closing ceremony July 13, 1994
Officially opened by François Mitterrand
Main venue Louvre Museum
1989 1997  >

The 1994 Jeux de la Francophonie, also known as IIes Jeux de la Francophonie, (French for Francophone Games) were held in Paris/Évry-Bondoufle, France from July 5–13, 1994.

Sports[edit]

Sport Gender Results
Athletics (Track and field)
include disabled athletics
men + women details
Basketball women details
Football (soccer) men details
Handball men + women details
Judo men + women details
Table tennis men + women details
Wrestling men details

Medals & Participation[edit]

Total

  Host nation (France)

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
Total Games medal count
1  France 28 28 24 80
2  Romania 16 3 5 24
3  Canada 14 10 15 39
4  Quebec 8 4 16 28
5  Morocco 6 11 7 24
6  Tunisia 4 7 1 12
7  Egypt 2 5 4 11
8   Switzerland 2 1 5 8
9  Senegal 2 1 3 6
10 Wallonia French Community of Belgium 1 3 6 10
11  Madagascar 1 2 3 6
12  Burkina Faso 1 - 2 3
13  Togo 1 - 1 2
14  Guinea 1 - - 1
15  Lebanon 1 - - 1
16  Ivory Coast - 3 3 6
17  Republic of the Congo - 3 2 5
18  New Brunswick - 1 2 3
19  Central African Republic - 1 - 1
20  Dominica - 1 - 1
21  Gabon - 1 - 1
22  Mali - 1 - 1
23  Cambodia - - 2 2
24  Luxembourg - - 2 2
25  Mauritius - - 2 2
26  Burundi - - 1 1
27  Djibouti - - 1 1
28  Vietnam - - 1 1

The following participation nations didn't win any medal.

 Benin
 Bulgaria
 Cambodia
 Chad
 Comoros
 Equatorial Guinea
 Guinea-Bissau
 Haiti
 Laos
 Mauritania
 Monaco
 Niger
 Saint Lucia
 Seychelles

External links[edit]

Medal winners 1994 at jeux.francophonie.org (French)
Medal tables at jeux.francophonie.org (French)