Gymnastics at the Mediterranean Games

Gymnastics is one of the sports at the quadrennial Mediterranean Games competition. It has been a sport in the program of the Mediterranean Games since its inception in 1951. Two disciplines have been contested: Men's and Women's Artistic Gymnastics (since 1951), and Rhythmic Gymnastics (since 2005), exclusively for women.

Editions (Artistic)

Games Year Host Winner of the medal table Second in the medal table Third in the medal table
I1951 Alexandria France Italy Egypt
II1955 Barcelona Spain France Italy
III1959 Beirut United Arab Republic France Spain
IV1963 Naples Italy Yugoslavia Egypt
V1967 Tunis Italy Yugoslavia Spain
VI1971 İzmir Italy Yugoslavia Spain
VII1975 Algiers France Italy Spain
VIII1979 Split France Italy Spain
IX1983 Casablanca France Spain Italy
X1987 Latakia Italy Spain Syria
XI1991 Athens Italy Spain France
XII1993 Languedoc-Roussillon France Italy Spain
XIII1997 Bari France Spain Italy
XIV2001 Tunis Spain France Greece
XV2005 Almería Spain Italy Tunisia
XVI2009 Pescara France Italy Greece
XVII2013 Mersin Italy Spain Greece
XVIII2018 Tarragona
XIX2021 Oran

Editions (Rhythmic)

Games Year Host Winner of the medal table Second in the medal table Third in the medal table
XVI2009 Pescara Italy France Spain
XVII2013 Mersin Spain Greece France
XVIII2018 Tarragona
XIX2021 Oran

All-time medal table

Updated after the 2013 Mediterranean Games

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Italy696963201
2 Spain603645141
3 France546751172
4 Yugoslavia13221247
5 Greece891532
6 United Arab Republic54514
7 Egypt451120
8 Turkey2417
9 Slovenia2237
10 Tunisia2136
11 Algeria1203
12 Morocco1102
13 Syria1001
14 Croatia0404
15 Cyprus0101
Totals (15 nations)222227209658

Best results by event and nation

Event  ALG  CRO  CYP  EGY  ESP  FRA  GRE  ITA  MAR  SLO  SYR  TUN  TUR  UAR  YUG
M
A
G
Team
All-Around
Floor Exercise
Pommel Horse
Still Rings
Vault
Parallel Bars
Horizontal Bar
W
A
G
Team
All-Around
Vault
Uneven Bars
Balance Beam
Floor Exercise
R
G
All-Around

References

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