Athletics at the 2005 Mediterranean Games

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Athletics at the 2005 Mediterranean Games
Panorámica del Estadio de los juegos mediterráneos.jpg
Host cityAlmeria, Spain
Date(s)29 June to 2 July 2005
Participation432 athletes from
20 nations
Events47
Records set9


The athletics competition at the 2005 Mediterranean Games was held in the Mediterraneo Stadium in Almería, Spain from 29 June to 2 July 2005. France topped the medal tally with 10 golds and 30 medals overall, with host nation Italy coming in second with 9 golds and 26 medals overall.

A total of 47 events were contested, with 24 contested by male athletes and 23 contested by female athletes. The 3000 metres steeplechase and 1500 metres wheelchair (males only), and the 800 metres wheelchair (females only) were the only events that were not held for both genders. The 2005 Games also marked the replacement of the marathon event with the half marathon.

Medal summary[edit]

For full event details see Athletics at the 2005 Mediterranean Games – Results

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Matic Osovnikar (SLO) 10.35  Lueyi Dovy (FRA) 10.40  Marco Torrieri (ITA) 10.46
200 metres  Matic Osovnikar (SLO) 20.75  Alessandro Attene (ITA) 20.97  Josip Šoprek (CRO) 21.02
400 metres  Sofiène Labidi (TUN) 45.60  Željko Vincek (CRO) 45.90  Ridha Ghali (TUN) 45.95
800 metres  Antonio Reina (ESP) 1:47.03  Eugenio Barrios (ESP) 1:47.36  Amine Laalou (MAR) 1:47.58
1500 metres  Arturo Casado (ESP) 3:45.61  Adil Kaouch (MAR) 3:45.78  Christian Obrist (ITA) 3:45.88
5000 metres  Ali Saïdi Sief (ALG) 13:29.94  Hicham Bellani (MAR) 13:30.35  Khoudir Aggoune (ALG) 13:30.54
10000 metres  Mohamed Amine (MAR) 29:13.05  Carlos Castillejo (ESP) 29:13.91  El Hassan Lahssini (FRA) 29:15.86
Half Marathon  Saïd Belhout (ALG) 1:05:01  Abdelkebir Lamachi (MAR) 1:05:05  José Manuel Martínez (ESP) 1:05:12
3000 m steeplechase  Brahim Boulami (MAR) 8:15.15 GR  Antonio David Jiménez (ESP) 8:24.47  Gaël Pencréach (FRA) 8:25.82
110 m hurdles  Felipe Vivancos (ESP) 13.53 GR  Andrea Giaconi (ITA) 13.69  Jurica Grabušić (CRO) 13.73
400 m hurdles  Gianni Carabelli (ITA) 49.32  Laurent Ottoz (ITA) 49.41  Platon Gavelas (GRE) 49.99
4 × 100 m relay  Italy
Luca Verdecchia
Alessandro Attene
Massimiliano Donati
Marco Torrieri
39.13  France
Frédéric Krantz
Ydrissa M'Barke
Christophe Cheval
Jimmy Melfort
39.49  Slovenia
Matjaž Borovina
Matic Osovnikar
Boštjan Fridrih
Jan Žumer
39.57
4 × 400 m relay  Spain
David Canal
David Testa
Eugenio Barrios
Antonio Manuel Reina
3:03.65  France
Abderrahim El Haouzy
Ahmed Douhou
Remi Wallard
Richard Maunier
3:04.84  Tunisia
Ridha Ghali
Laroussi Titi
Kamel Tabbal
Sofiane Labidi
3:06.13
20 km walk  Paquillo Fernández (ESP) 1:22:45 GR  Juan Manuel Molina (ESP) 1:24:11  Michele Didoni (ITA) 1:26:06
High jump  Kyriacos Ioannou (CYP) 2.24 m  Ioannis Constantinou (CYP) 2.21 m  Grégory Gabella (FRA) 2.21 m
Pole vault  Konstadinos Filippidis (GRE) 5.60 m  Pierre-Charles Peuf (FRA) 5.55 m  Jérôme Clavier (FRA) 5.55 m
Long jump  Salim Sdiri (FRA) 8.05 m  Issam Nima (ALG) 7.92 m  Asterios Nousios (GRE) 7.91 m
Triple jump  Hristos Meletoglou (GRE) 17.09 m  Tarik Bouguetaïb (MAR) 17.00 m  Sébastien Pincemail (FRA) 16.73 m
Shot put  Edis Elkasević (CRO) 20.26 m  Manuel Martínez (ESP) 19.97 m  Hamza Alić (BIH) 19.49 m
Discus  Mario Pestano (ESP) 63.96 m  Igor Primc (SLO) 59.27 m  Ercüment Olgundeniz (TUR) 54.90 m
Hammer  Eşref Apak (TUR) 77.88 m  Alexandros Papadimitriou (GRE) 75.57 m  Nicolas Figère (FRA) 75.30 m
Javelin  Vitolio Tipotio (FRA) 75.20 m  Francesco Pignata (ITA) 74.51 m  Firas Al-Mohammed (SYR) 73.49 m
Decathlon  Romain Barras (FRA) 8127 pts  Rudy Bourguignon (FRA) 7886 pts  Hamdi Dhouibi (TUN) 7847 pts
1500 m wheelchair  Eric Teurnier (FRA) 3:23.71  Roger Puigbó (ESP) 3:24.16  Maamar Rachif (ALG) 3:27.28

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Véronique Mang (FRA) 11.44  Sylviane Félix (FRA) 11.46  Kristina Žumer (SLO) 11.63
200 metres  Alenka Bikar (SLO) 23.65  Lina Jacques-Sébastien (FRA) 23.75  Fabé Dia (FRA) 23.78
400 metres  Dimitra Dova (GRE) 52.67  Phara Anacharsis (FRA) 52.70  Klodiana Shala (ALB) 53.23 NR
800 metres  Laetitia Valdonado (FRA) 2:01:71  Elisabeth Grousselle (FRA) 2:02:47  Binnaz Uslu (TUR) 2:02:68
1500 metres  Fatma Lanouar (TUN) 4:10.77  Sonja Stolić (SCG) 4:10:92  Nuria Fernández (ESP) 4:11:20
5000 metres  Margaret Maury (FRA) 15:22.59  Asmae Leghzaoui (MAR) 15:23.30  Silvia Weissteiner (ITA) 15:28.50
10000 metres  Souad Aït Salem (ALG) 32:55.48  Asmae Leghzaoui (MAR) 32:59.24  Olivera Jevtić (SCG) 33:30.4
Half Marathon  Zhor El Kamch (MAR) 1:13:50  Rosaria Console (ITA) 1:15:40  Olivera Jevtić (SCG) 1:16:32
100 m hurdles  Glory Alozie (ESP) 12.90  Adrianna Lamalle (FRA) 12.99  Flora Rentoumi (GRE) 13.16
400 m hurdles  Benedetta Ceccarelli (ITA) 55.76  Cora Olivero (ESP) 55.85  Monika Niederstätter (ITA) 56.39
4 × 100 m relay  France
Véronique Mang
Lina Jacques
Fabe Dia
Carima Louami
43.75  Spain
Carmen Blay
Belén Recio
Cristina Sanz
Glory Alozie
44.47  Italy
Elena Sordelli
Daniela Bellanova
Manuela Grillo
Doris Tomasini
45.18
4 × 400 m relay  Spain
Julia Alba
Belén Recio
Cora Olivero
Mayte Martínez
3:31.45  France
Phara Anacharsis
Laetitia Valdonado
Olivia Abderrhamanne
Élisabeth Grousselle
3:31.86  Turkey
Özge Gürler
Birsen Bekgöz
Binnaz Uslu
Pınar Saka
3:40.75
20 km walk  Elisa Rigaudo (ITA) 1:32:44 GR  María Vasco (ESP) 1:34:28  Beatriz Pascual (ESP) 1:36:27
High jump  Ruth Beitia (ESP) 1.95 m  Melanie Skotnik (FRA) 1.95 m  Marta Mendía (ESP) 1.89 m
Pole vault  Vanessa Boslak (FRA) 4.40 m GR  Anna Fitidou (CYP) 4.25 m  Afroditi Skafida (GRE) 4.15 m
Long jump  Fiona May (ITA) 6.64 m  Niurka Montalvo (ESP) 6.55 m  Concepción Montaner (ESP) 6.49 m
Triple jump  Baya Rahouli (ALG) 14.98 m GR  Carlota Castrejana (ESP) 14.60 m  Hrysopiyi Devetzi (GRE) 14.33 m
Shot put  Cristiana Checchi (ITA) 18.59 m GR  Laurence Manfredi (FRA) 17.47 m  Chiara Rosa (ITA) 17.34 m
Discus  Dragana Tomašević (SCG) 62.10 m  Laura Bordignon (ITA) 57.98 m  Vera Begić (CRO) 56.53 m
Hammer  Ester Balassini (ITA) 71.17 m GR  Clarissa Claretti (ITA) 69.24 m  Alexandra Papageorgiou (GRE) 67.13 m
Javelin  Aggeliki Tsiolakoudi (GRE) 62.61 m GR  Zahra Bani (ITA) 62.36 m  Mercedes Chilla (ESP) 57.69 m
Heptathlon  Marie Collonvillé (FRA) 6017 pts  Argyro Strataki (GRE) 5943 pts  Anzhela Atroshchenko (TUR) 5870 pts
800 m wheelchair  Samira Berri (TUN) 2:00.16  Messaouda Sifi (TUN) 2:02.58  Christina Sanna (ITA) 2:07.42

Medal table[edit]

Place Nation 1st, gold medalist(s) 2nd, silver medalist(s) 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Total
1  France 10 13 7 30
2  Spain 9 11 6 26
3  Italy 7 8 7 22
4  Greece 4 2 6 12
5  Algeria 4 1 2 7
6  Morocco 3 6 1 10
7  Tunisia 3 1 3 7
8  Slovenia 3 1 2 6
9  Cyprus 1 2 0 3
10  Croatia 1 1 3 5
11  Serbia and Montenegro 1 1 2 4
12  Turkey 1 0 4 5
13  Albania 0 0 1 1
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 0 0 1 1
 Syria 0 0 1 1
Total 47 47 47 141

Participating nations[edit]

References[edit]