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1983 Mediterranean Games

IX Mediterranean Games
Casablanca 1983
Nations participating 16
Athletes participating 2,048
Events 162 in 20 sports
Opening ceremony 3 September
Closing ceremony 17 September
Officially opened by Hassan II
Main venue Stade Mohamed V

The 9th edition of the Mediterranean Games was held in Casablanca, Morocco from the 3rd to the 17th of September 1983. Sixteen nations competed in 20 different sporting events.

Sports

Medal table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Italy 53 43 46 142
2  France 32 39 26 97
3  Spain 17 20 27 64
4  Yugoslavia 16 18 19 53
5  Turkey 12 5 14 31
6  Greece 11 10 13 34
7  Morocco 8 5 7 20
8  Algeria 4 3 7 14
9  Tunisia 4 1 4 9
10  Egypt 1 9 12 22
11  Lebanon 1 2 0 3
12  Syria 0 3 2 5
Total 159 158 177 494

External link and reference

  • Olympic Council of Serbia 1983 Mediterranean Games results

See also

  • International Mediterranean Games Committee
  • websitegbrathleticsMediterranean Games Athletic results at
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