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Turkey at the Mediterranean Games

Turkey at the Mediterranean Games

Flag of Turkey
IOC code  TUR
NOC National Olympic Committee of Turkey
Mediterranean Games history
Mediterranean Games

Turkey participated in all editions of the Mediterranean Games since its establishment in 1951.

As of 2013, Turkish athletes have won a total of 767 medals, divided into 310 golds, 217 silvers and 240 bronzes. Turkey ranks so at third place following Italy and France.

Medal tables

Games Country Rank Gold Silver Bronze Total
1951 Alexandria  Egypt 4 10 3 7 20
1955 Barcelona  Spain 5 8 3 3 14
1959 Beirut  Lebanon 3 13 8 1 22
1963 Naples  Italy 2 10 3 4 17
1967 Tunis  Tunisia 4 9 9 6 24
1971 Izmir  Turkey 4 18 12 15 45
1975 Algiers  Algeria 5 12 11 8 31
1979 Split  Yugoslavia 6 5 5 14 24
1983 Casablanca  Morocco 5 12 5 14 31
1987 Latakia  Syria 7 8 9 22 39
1991 Athens  Greece 3 23 11 12 46
1993 Languedoc/Roussillon  France 3 34 20 10 64
1997 Bari  Italy 3 28 16 21 65
2001 Tunis  Tunisia 3 33 16 12 61
2005 Almeria  Spain 4 20 24 29 73
2009 Pescara  Italy 4 20 19 26 65
2013 Mersin  Turkey 2 47 43 36 126
Total 3 310 217 240 767
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