Athletics at the 1963 Mediterranean Games

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Athletics at the 1963 Mediterranean Games
Host city Italy Naples
Date(s) 21 - 29 September
Participation 13 nations
Events 21


Athletics at the 1963 Mediterranean Games were held in Naples, Italy.[1]

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Italy 8 5 6 19
2  France 5 9 6 20
3  Yugoslavia 3 3 2 7
4  Spain 2 2 2 6
5  Tunisia 2 1 1 4
6  Morocco 1 0 2 3
7  Greece 0 1 1 2
8  Turkey 0 0 1 1
Total 21 21 21 66

Results[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Claude Piquemal (FRA) 10.5  Livio Berruti (ITA) 10.6  Lazar Benakoun (MAR) 11.0
200 metres  Livio Berruti (ITA) 21.1  Armando Sardi (ITA) 21.3  Sergio Ottolina (ITA) 21.6
400 metres  Michel Hiblot (FRA) 47.6  Nikolaos Regoukos (GRE) 48.0  Jean-Pierre Boccardo (FRA) 48.4
800 metres  Francesco Bianchi (ITA) 1:50.6  François Châtelet (FRA) 1:50.7  Jean Pellez (FRA) 1:51.3
1500 metres  Jean Wadoux (FRA) 3:54.4  Tomás Barris (ESP) 3:54.5  Brahim Chemmam (TUN) 3:55.7
5000 metres  Mohammed Gammoudi (TUN) 14:07.4 GR  Jean Fayolle (FRA) 14:09.3  Fernando Aguilar (ESP) 14:12.6
10,000 metres  Mohammed Gammoudi (TUN) 29:34.2 GR  Franc Cervan (YUG) 29:44.8  Iluminado Corcuera (ESP) 29:54.6
Marathon  Bakir Benaïssa (MAR) 2:26:50  Francesco Putti (ITA) 2:36:27  Hüseyin Aktaş (TUR) 2:41:03
110 metres hurdles  Michel Chardel (FRA) 13.9 GR  Marcel Duriez (FRA) 14.1  Giorgio Mazza (ITA) 14.1
400 metres hurdles  Roberto Frinolli (ITA) 51.4 GR  Eddy Van Praagh (FRA) 52.2  Robert Poirier (FRA) 52.4
4 x 100 metres relay  Italy 40.1 GR  France 40.1  Morocco 41.3
4 x 400 metres relay  France 3:11.8 GR  Spain 3:13.7  Greece 3:15.4
50 km walk  Abdon Pamich (ITA) 4:33:13 GR  Ahmed Naceur Ben Messaoud (TUN) 4:39:47  Gianni Corsaro (ITA) 4:44:38
High jump  Mauro Bogliatto (ITA) 2.03 m GR  Dragan Andjelković (YUG) 2.00 m  Raymond Dugarreau (FRA) 1.95 m
Pole vault  Roman Lešek (YUG) 4.75 m GR  Roland Gras (FRA) 4.55 m  Hervé d'Encausse (FRA) 4.55 m
Long jump  Luis Felipe Areta (ESP) 7.48 m  Jean Cochard (FRA) 7.44 m  Alain Lefevre (FRA) 7.41 m
Triple jump  Luis Felipe Areta (ESP) 15.65 m  Giuseppe Gentile (ITA) 15.50 m  Vladimir Njaradi (YUG) 15.25 m
Shot put  Silvano Meconi (ITA) 17.82 m GR  Boško Tomasović (YUG) 17.73 m  Petar Barišić (YUG) 17.49 m
Discus throw  Dako Radošević (YUG) 53.96 m  Gaetano Dalla Pria (ITA) 52.95 m  Franco Grossi (ITA) 52.85 m
Hammer throw  Zvonko Bezjak (YUG) 63.59 m GR  Guy Husson (FRA) 63.20 m  Ennio Boschini (ITA) 59.70 m
Javelin throw  Carlo Lievore (ITA) 77.75 m GR  Christian Monneret (FRA) 76.03 m  Vanni Rodeghiero (ITA) 74.16 m

References[edit]

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

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