Athletics at the 1971 Mediterranean Games

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Athletics at the 1971 Mediterranean Games
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Host city Turkey Izmir
Date(s) 6 - 17 October
Participation 12 nations
Events 24 + 8


Athletics at the 1971 Mediterranean Games were held in Izmir, Turkey.[1]

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Italy 12 11 2 25
2  Greece 6 3 4 13
3  Yugoslavia 5 5 9 19
4  France 4 2 3 9
5  Spain 2 5 6 13
6  Tunisia 2 2 0 4
7  Egypt 1 1 0 2
8  Turkey 0 2 4 6
9  Morocco 0 1 3 4
10  Algeria 0 0 1 1
Total 32 32 32 96

Results[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Vassilios Papageorgopoulos (GRE) 10.4  Mohamed Belkhodja (TUN) 10.7  Ivica Karasi (YUG) 10.7
200 metres  Pietro Mennea (ITA) 20.7  Ivica Karasi (YUG) 21.2  Predrag Križan (YUG) 21.4
400 metres  Kyriakos Onissiforou (GRE) 46.9  Giacomo Puosi (ITA) 47.1  Luciano Sušanj (YUG) 47.2
800 metres  Mansour Guettaya (TUN) 1:47.6  Jože Medjumurec (YUG) 1:48.1  Azzedine Azzouzi (ALG) 1:48.2
1500 metres  Mansour Guettaya (TUN) 3:46.5  Francesco Arese (ITA) 3:47.6  Mehmet Tumkan (TUR) 3:48.8
5000 metres  Javier Alvarez (ESP) 13:37.2  Mohamed Gammoudi (TUN) 13:40.8  Jaddour Haddou (MAR) 13:44.0
10,000 metres  Javier Alvarez (ESP) 28:52.2  Mariano Haro (ESP) 28:54.4  Giuseppe Cindolo (ITA) 28:59.0
Marathon  Gian Battista Bassi (ITA) 2:23:33  Huseyin Aktas (TUR) 2:24.14  İsmail Akçay (TUR) 2:28.35
3000 m steeplechase  Jean-Paul Villain (FRA) 8:30.0  Spyridon Kondossoros (GRE) 8:35.4  Umberto Risi (ITA) 8:40.8
110 metres hurdles  Guy Drut (FRA) 13.7  Sergio Liani (ITA) 14.2  Efstratios Vassiliou (GRE) 14.2
400 metres hurdles  Stavros Tziortzis (GRE) 51.0  Manuel Soriano (ESP) 51.2  Francisco Suarez (ESP) 51.4
High jump  Gian Marco Schivo (ITA) 2.11  Ioannis Koussoulas (GRE) 2.11  Dimitrios Patronis (GRE) 2.08
Pole vault  Christos Papanikolaou (GRE) 5.20  Ignacio Sola (ESP) 4.70  Théodoros Tongas (GRE) 4.50
Long jump  Jacques Pani (FRA) 7.90  Miljenko Rak (YUG) 7.78  Mariano Perez (ESP) 7.40
Triple jump  Milan Spasojević (YUG) 16.18  Apostolos Kathiniotis (GRE) 15.84  Jésus Bartholomé (ESP) 15.68
Shot put  Yusuf Nagui Assad (EGY) 20.19  Lahcen Samsam Akka (MAR) 18.85  Yves Brouzet (FRA) 18.69
Discus throw  Slivano Simeon (ITA) 57.64  Yusuf Naguy Assad (EGY) 54.72  Marian Gredelj (YUG) 54.32
Hammer throw  Georgios Georgiadis (GRE) 68.76  Mario Vecchiato (ITA) 67.64  Srećko Štiglić (YUG) 66.28
Javelin throw  Renzo Cramerotti (ITA) 78.04  Recep Kalender (TUR) 61.34  Ali Aydin (TUR) 59.80
Decathlon  Vassilios Sevastis (GRE) 7222  Rafael Cano (ESP) 7072  Pedro Pablo Fernandez (ESP) 6934
20 km walk  Pascale Busca (ITA) 1:36:55  Victor Campos (ESP) 1:41:11  Agustin Jorba (ESP) 1:47:03
50 km walk  Abdon Pamich (ITA) 4:21:21  Vittorio Visini (ITA) 4:29:19  Hasan Oz (TUR) 4:54:06
4x100 metres relay  Italy 39.7  Yugoslavia 40.5  Morocco 41.1
4x400 metres relay  Italy 3:07.5  Yugoslavia 3:08.1  Morocco 3:08.4

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Cecilia Molinari (ITA) 11.9  Nicole Pani (FRA) 12.0  Michelle Beugnet (FRA) 12.1
400 metres  Colette Besson (FRA) 53.0  Donata Govoni (ITA) 54.4  Josephina Salgado (ESP) 56.0
800 metres  Vera Nikolić (YUG) 2:02.2  Donata Govoni (ITA) 2:04.9  Colette Besson (FRA) 2:07.2
1500 metres  Vera Nikolić (YUG) 4:20.3  Paola Pigni (ITA) 4:22.6  Đurđica Rajher (YUG) 4:23.0
100 metres hurdles  Milena Leskovac (YUG) 14.0  Ileana Ongar (ITA) 14.1  Đurđa Fočić (YUG) 14.5
High jump  Snežana Hrepevnik (YUG) 1.77  Sara Simeoni (ITA) 1.74  Breda Babošek (YUG) 1.74
Discus Throw  Roberta Grottini (ITA) 48.90  Maria Stella Masocco (ITA) 47.44  Despina Kafenidou (GRE) 46.06
4x100 metres relay  Italy 45.6  France 45.6  Yugoslavia 48.4

References[edit]

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

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