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Basketball at the Mediterranean Games

Basketball has been played consistently at the Mediterranean Games since the year 1951 for men and since the year 1987 for women. The Yugoslavia national basketball team is the most successful men's team and the Croatian women's national basketball team is the most successful team for women.

Men's tournaments

Year Host Gold medal game Bronze medal game (or third place)
Gold medalist Score Silver medalist Bronze medalist Score Fourth place
1951
details

Alexandria

Egypt

Spain

Italy

Greece
1955
details

Barcelona

Spain

Italy

Greece
1959
details

Beirut

Yugoslavia

Spain

UA Republic
1963
details

Naples

Italy

Spain

Yugoslavia
1967
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Tunis

Yugoslavia

Italy

Turkey
87 – 84
Greece
1971
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İzmir

Yugoslavia

Turkey

Greece

UA Republic
1975
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Algiers

Yugoslavia

France

Italy

Spain
1979
details

Split

Greece
85 – 74
Yugoslavia

Egypt

Turkey
1983
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Casablanca

Yugoslavia

Italy

Turkey
77 – 73
Greece
1987
details

Latakia

Turkey

Spain

Greece

Tunisia
1991
details

Athens

Italy
97 − 91
Greece

France

Turkey
1993
details

Narbonne

Italy

Croatia

France
70 − 67
Greece
1997
details

Bari

Spain
82 − 72
Italy

FR Yugoslavia
84 − 75
Greece
2001
details

Tunis

Spain
72 − 31[1]
Greece

Italy

FR Yugoslavia
2005
details

Almería

Italy
87 − 86
Greece

Spain
84 − 70
Turkey
2009
details

Pescara

Croatia
72 − 60
Greece

Turkey
88 − 71
Italy
2013
details

Mersin

Turkey
79 − 62
Serbia

Tunisia
63 − 58
Macedonia

Medal Table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Yugoslavia 5 1 1 7
2  Italy 4 4 3 11
3  Spain 3 4 1 8
4  Turkey 2 1 3 6
5  Greece 1 4 3 8
6  Croatia 1 1 0 2
7  Egypt 1 0 2 3
8  France 0 1 2 3
9  Serbia 0 1 1 2
10  Tunisia 0 0 1 1
Total 17 17 17 51

Women's tournaments

Year Host Gold medal game Bronze medal game
Gold medalist Score Silver medalist Bronze medalist Score Fourth place
1987
details

Latakia

Albania

Turkey

Syria

Lebanon
1991
details

Athens

Spain

France

Greece
66 – 61
Italy
1993
details

Narbonne

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Italy

Spain

Slovenia
1997
details

Bari

Croatia

Turkey

France
85 – 63
Greece
2001
details

Tunis

Croatia
71 – 62[2]
Italy

Spain
72 – 71[3]
Turkey
2005
details

Almería

Turkey
68 – 66
Croatia

Spain
68 – 51
Greece
2009
details

Pescara

Italy
70 – 54
Serbia

Croatia
77 – 62
Greece
2013
details

Mersin
canceled canceled


Medal Table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Croatia 2 1 1 4
2  Italy 1 2 0 3
 Turkey 1 2 0 3
4  Spain 1 0 3 4
5  Bosnia and Herzegovina 1 0 0 1
 Albania 1 0 0 1
7  France 0 1 1 2
8  Serbia 0 1 0 1
9  Greece 0 0 1 1
 Syria 0 0 1 1
Total 7 7 7 21

See also

References

  1. ^ "Updates on Mediterranean Games" (2008-04-24) Tunisia Online. Archived from the original. Retrieved on 2012-08-09.
  2. ^ "Updates on Mediterranean Games" (2008-04-24) Tunisia Online. Archived from the original. Retrieved on 2012-08-09.
  3. ^ "Updates on Mediterranean Games" (2008-04-24) Tunisia Online. Archived from the original. Retrieved on 2012-08-09.

External links

  • Hellenic Basketball Federation Men's Mediterranean Games medals table
  • Hellenic Basketball Federation Women's Mediterranean Games medals table
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