Tunisia at the Mediterranean Games

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Tunisia at the
Mediterranean Games
Flag of Tunisia.svg
IOC code TUN
NOC Tunisian Olympic Committee
Mediterranean Games appearances (overview)

Tunisia (TUN) has competed at every celebration of the Mediterranean Games since the 1959 Mediterranean Games. As of 2009, Tunisian athletes have won a total of 243 medals.

Medal tables[edit]

Medals by Mediterranean Games[edit]

      Host nation

Below the table representing all Tunisian medals around the games. Till now, Tunisia won 291 medals where 79 of them are gold.[1]

Games Athletes Gold Silver Bronze Total Rank
1951 Alexandria Did not participate
1955 Barcelona
1959 Beirut 28 3 2 1 6 9
1963 Naples 46 0 1 1 2 8
1967 Tunis 5 9 11 25 6
1971 İzmir 83 3 6 2 11 8
1975 Algiers 123 3 2 2 7 10
1979 Split 154 1 2 9 12 9
1983 Casablanca 99 4 1 4 9 9
1987 Latakia 47 2 4 5 11 12
1991 Athens 82 1 0 5 6 14
1993 Languedoc-Roussillon 60 1 1 8 10 13
1997 Bari 74 2 3 9 14 12
2001 Tunis 303 19 12 25 58 6
2005 Almería 124 13 7 15 35 7
2009 Pescara 131 13 11 13 37 6
2013 Mersin 74 9 17 22 48 10
2017 Tarragona Futur event
Total 79 78 134 291 8

Medals by sport[edit]

Sport Gold Silver Bronze Total Rank
Athletics 17 17 21 55
Bocce
Boxing 17 16 30 63
Cycling
Football 1 1 1 3 7
Fencing
Gymnastics
Handball 0 1 4 5 8
Judo
Karate
Swimming 10 4 5 19 5
Tennis
Volleyball 0 1 0 1 10
Weightlifting
Wrestling
Total 70 61 112 243 8

Athletics[edit]

# Venue and Year Men Women Total
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1 Egypt Alexandria 1951
2 Spain Barcelona 1955
3 Lebanon Beirut 1959
4 Italy Naples 1963
5 Tunisia Tunis 1967
6 Turkey İzmir 1971
7 Algeria Algiers 1975
8 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Split 1979
9 Morocco Casablanca 1983
10 Syria Latakia 1987
11 Greece Athens 1991
12 France Narbonne 1993
13 Italy Bari 1997
14 Tunisia Tunis 2001
15 Spain Almeria 2005
16 Italy Pescara 2009
17 Turkey Mersin 2013
Total


See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Medals Table per Country, CIJM website

External links[edit]