Athletics at the 1959 Mediterranean Games

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Athletics at the 1959 Mediterranean Games
Host city Lebanon Beirut
Date(s) 11 - 23 October
Participation 11 nations
Events 23


Athletics at the 1959 Mediterranean Games were held in Beirut, Lebanon.[1]

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  France 11 5 3 19
2  Greece 6 7 6 19
3  Yugoslavia 3 2 1 6
4  Spain 1 5 5 11
5  Morocco 1 1 0 2
5  Turkey 1 1 0 2
7  Egypt 0 1 7 8
8  Tunisia 0 1 0 1
Totaal 23 23 22 68

Results[edit]

Track[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Abdoulaye Seye (FRA) 10.3 GR  Paul Genevay (FRA) 10.6  Alain David (FRA) 10.6
200 metres  Paul Genevay (FRA) 20.9 GR  Nikolaos Georgopoulos (GRE) 21.5  Bernard Cahen (FRA) 21.8
400 metres  Viktor Šnajder (YUG) 47.1 GR  Hassan El Din Ahmed Ragab (EGY) 48.3  Vassilios Syllis (GRE) 48.7
800 metres  Pierre-Yvon Lenoir (FRA) 1:55.4  Tomas Barris (ESP) 1:55.8  Evangelos Depastas (GRE) 1:56.1
1500 metres  Tomas Barris (ESP) 3:50.6  Jean Clausse (FRA) 3:51.8  Evangelos Depastas (GRE) 3:52.6
5000 metres  Robert Bogey (FRA) 14:31.0  Luis García (ESP) 14:32.6  Carlos Perez (ESP) 14:45.0
10,000 metres  Hammoud Ameur (FRA) 30:19.2 GR  Saïd Ben Mohamed Gerouani (MAR) 30:22.4  Luis García (ESP) 30:24.2
Marathon  Bakir Benaïssa (MAR) 2:24:14.8 GR  Miguel Navarro (ESP) 2:27:27.8  Mahmoud Abdelkrim (EGY) 2:35:03.4
110 metres hurdles  Georgios Marsellos (GRE) 14.5 GR  Marcel Duriez (FRA) 14.5  Emilio Campra (ESP) 15.4
400 metres hurdles  Fahir Ozguden (TUR) 53.4  Mongi Zarrouki (TUN) 54.1  Abdel Mohamed Abdallah (EGY) 54.4
3000 m steeplechase  Georgios Papavassiliou (GRE) 9:04.0 GR  Manuel Alonso (ESP) 9:06.2  Franc Hafner (YUG) 9:09.6
20 km walk  Pierre Attane (FRA) 1:43:16.6  Stavros Hatzilaios (GRE) 1:50:18.6 not assigned
4 x 100 metres relay  France 41.5  Greece 41.7  Spain 42.2
4 x 400 metres relay  Greece 3:15.0  France 3:15.4  Egypt 3:17.6

Field[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump  Maurice Fournier (FRA) 1.99 m  Cetin Sahiner (TUR) 1.96 m  Michel Hermann (FRA) 1.90 m
Long jump  Ali Brakchi (FRA) 7.59 m GR  Dimosthénis Magglaras (GRE) 7.44 m  Manuel Gonzalez (ESP) 7.24 m
Pole vault  Rigas Efstathiadis (GRE) 4.10 m  Fernando Adarraga (ESP) 3.80 m  Farid Hanna (EGY) 3.80 m
Triple jump  Eric Battista (FRA) 15.82 m GR  Marc Rabemila (FRA) 15.47 m  Mahmoud Atef Abdel Fattah (EGY) 15.04 m
Shot put  Georgios Taskanikas (GRE) 16.97 m GR  Antonios Kounadis (GRE) 15.12 m  Chebel Hassan Farag (EGY) 14.95 m
Discus throw  Antonios Kounadis (GRE) 55.02 m GR  Dako Radošević (YUG) 54.01 m  Giorgios Tsakanikas (GRE) 47.88 m
Hammer throw  Kremišir Račić (YUG) 62.26 m GR  Frangiskos Politis (GRE) 55.44 m  Andreas Kouvelogiannis (GRE) 53.31 m
Javelin throw  Léon Syrovatsky (FRA) 74.10 m GR  Božidar Miletić (YUG) 73.80 m  Myron Anifantakis (GRE) 68.80 m
Decathlon  Jože Brodnik (YUG) 6581 pts GR  Georgios Marsellos (GRE) 5908 pts  Mohamed Saïd Zaki (EGY) 5816 pts

References[edit]

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

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