Boxing at the 2013 Mediterranean Games

The boxing competitions at the 2013 Mediterranean Games in Mersin took place between 21 June and 26 June at the Toroslar Sports Hall. Athletes competed in 10 weight categories. Even though women's boxing has been recently introduced to some multi-sports events, only men's boxing events were held.[1]

80 boxers from eighteen countries participated. All countries won at least one medal except Albania, Cyprus, Lebanon and Syria. Algeria dominated the competition by winning five gold and one bronze medal. Macedonia's Fatlum Zhuta secured first medal for his country at the Mediterranean Games after winning his quarterfinal match on Day 3.

Participating nations

Eighteen Mediterranean nations have registered for boxing competitions.

Medal summary


Event Gold Silver Bronze
Light flyweight
 Mohamed Flissi (ALG)  Ferhat Pehlivan (TUR)  Ramy Elawady (EGY)
 Manuel Cappai (ITA)
 José Kelvin de la Nieve (ESP)  Vincenzo Picardi (ITA)  Erdal İnanlı (TUR)
 Abdelali Daraa (MAR)
 Reda Benbaziz (ALG)  Hesham Abdelaal (EGY)  Elias Friha (FRA)
 Mehmet Topçakan (TUR)
 Sofiane Oumiha (FRA)  Bünyamin Aydın (TUR)  Fabio Introvaia (ITA)
 Mohamed Amine Ouadahi (ALG)
Light welterweight
 Abdelkader Chadi (ALG)  Fatih Keleş (TUR)  Alexandros Tsanikidis (GRE)
 Eslam Mohamed (EGY)
 Ilyas Abbadi (ALG)  Youba Sissocko (ESP)  Alfonso Di Russo (ITA)
 Mohamed Amine Meskini (TUN)
 Adem Kılıççı (TUR)  Hosam Abdin (EGY)  Luca Capuano (ITA)
 Fatlum Zhuta (MKD)
Light heavyweight
 Abdelhafid Benchabla (ALG)  Abdelkader Bouhenia (FRA)  Avni Yıldırım (TUR)
 Džemal Bošnjak (BIH)
 Fabio Turchi (ITA)  Josip Bepo Filipi (CRO)  Nikola Milačić (MNE)
 Fotios Arapoglou (GRE)
Super heavyweight
 Roberto Cammarelle (ITA)  Ali Eren Demirezen (TUR)  Mohammed Arjaoui (MAR)
 Madian Ahmed (EGY)

Medal table


  *   Host nation (Turkey)

1 Algeria5016
2 Italy2147
3 Turkey*1438
4 France1113
5 Spain1102
6 Egypt0235
7 Croatia0101
8 Greece0022
10 Bosnia and Herzegovina0011
Totals (13 nations)10102040


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