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1991 Mediterranean Games

XI Mediterranean Games
Athens 1991
Nations participating 18
Athletes participating 2,762
Events 214 in 23 sports
Opening ceremony June 28
Closing ceremony July 12
Officially opened by Konstantinos Karamanlis
Main venue Olympic Stadium

The 11th edition of the Mediterranean Games were held in Athens, Greece from the 28th of June to the 12th of July 1991. Eighteen nations competed in 24 different sporting events.

Pre-Mediterranean Cup

At the beginning of June 1991, the Pre-Mediterranean Cup was taken out in Olympiacos FC, Panathinaikos FC and PAOK FC, as their players were tired of Superleague (A'Ethniki) games. It was something like the Greek League Cup that took place the previous year. In the Semifinals, AEK Athens FC beat Apollon Smyrnis 4–2 and OFI Crete beat Athinaikos FC 1-0. In the Final AEK Athens FC beat OFI Crete 1–0 and obtained the title.


23 sports were contested at the 1991 Mediterranean Games.[1]

Medal table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Italy 67 49 52 168
2  France 48 57 34 139
3  Turkey 23 11 12 46
4  Spain 22 39 49 110
5  Yugoslavia 16 13 9 38
6  Greece 9 21 30 60
7  Algeria 9 3 5 17
8  Egypt 8 10 17 35
9  Morocco 5 5 10 20
11  Syria 4 2 5 11
12  Cyprus 1 2 1 4
13  Lebanon 1 1 1 3
14  Tunisia 1 0 5 6
15  Albania 0 4 4 8
Total 214 217 234 665


  1. ^ "Affiche officielle des JM d’Athènes 1991". Retrieved 16 February 2013. 

External links

  • XI Mediterranean Games, video footage at the Hellenic National Audiovisual Archive
  • Olympic Council of Serbia 1991 Mediterranean Games results
  • International Mediterranean Games Committee
  • websitegbrathleticsMediterranean Games Athletic results at
  • - Athens (GRE) at CIJM web site
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