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1987 Mediterranean Games

X Mediterranean Games
Latakia 1987
Nations participating 18
Athletes participating 2,180
Events 162 in 19 sports
Opening ceremony September 11
Closing ceremony September 25
Officially opened by Hafez al-Assad
Main venue Sports City Stadium

The 10th (X) edition of the Mediterranean Games was held in Latakia, Syria from the 11th to the 25th of September 1987. Eighteen nations competed in 19 different sporting events.[1]

Sports

The opening ceremony

Medal table

1987 Mediterranean Games medal table[1]
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Italy 69 45 38 152
2  Yugoslavia 17 19 17 53
3  France 16 30 22 68
4  Spain 15 21 33 69
5  Morocco 9 8 3 20
6  Syria 9 6 12 27
7  Turkey 8 9 22 39
8  Greece 7 14 16 37
9  Algeria 5 3 4 12
10  Egypt 4 4 6 14
11  Albania 3 1 4 8
12  Tunisia 2 4 5 11
13  Cyprus 2 0 0 2
14  Lebanon 0 1 0 1
14  San Marino 0 1 0 1
Total 166 166 182 514

References

  1. ^ a b "Affiche officielle des JM de Lattaquié 1987". International Committee of Mediterranean Games. 1987. 

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