Karate at the 2018 Mediterranean Games

The karate competitions at the 2018 Mediterranean Games took place on 23 and 24 June at the Cambrils Pavilion in Cambrils.

Karate
at the 2018 Mediterranean Games
VenueCambrils Pavilion
Dates23–24 June
Competitors126 from 21 nations

Athletes competed in 10 weight categories.

Medal summary

Men's events

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Kumite (60 kg)
 Abdessalam Ameknassi (MAR)  Nader Azzoauzi  (TUN)  Eray Şamdan (TUR)
 Malek Salama (EGY)
Kumite (67 kg)
 Marvin Garin (FRA)  Burak Uygur (TUR)  Samy Ennkhaili (ESP)
 Nenad Kelebikj (MKD)
Kumite (75 kg)
 Erman Eltemur (TUR)  Enes Garibović (CRO)  Oualid Bouabaoub (ALG)
 Rabii Jendoubi (ITA)
Kumite (84 kg)
 Berat Jakupi (MKD)  Jessie Da Costa (FRA)  Ahmed Elmasry (EGY)
 Michele Martina (ITA)
Kumite (+84 kg)
 Hocine Daïkhi (ALG)  Ahmed Elasfar (EGY)  Slobodan Bitević (SRB)
 Zharko Arsovski (MKD)

Women's events

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Kumite (50 kg)
 Jelena Milivojčević (SRB)  Aicha Sayah (MAR)  Areeg Rashed (EGY)
 Serap Özçelik (TUR)
Kumite (55 kg)
 Tuba Yakan (TUR)  Ana Drašković (MNE)  Sara Cardin (ITA)
 Sabrina Ouihaddadene (FRA)
Kumite (61 kg)
 Tjaša Ristić (SLO)  Giana Lotfy (EGY)  Viola Lallo (ITA)
 Cristina Ferrer (ESP)
Kumite (68 kg)
 Silvia Semeraro (ITA)  Eda Eltemur (TUR)  Marina Raković (MNE)
 Lina Pušnik (SLO)
Kumite (+68 kg)
 Nancy Garcia (FRA)  Eleni Chatziliadou (GRE)  Laura Palacio (ESP)
 Meltem Hocaoğlu (TUR)

Medal table

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Turkey2237
2 France2114
3 Morocco1102
4 Italy1045
5 Macedonia1023
6 Algeria1012
 Serbia1012
 Slovenia1012
9 Egypt0235
10 Montenegro0112
11 Croatia0101
 Greece0101
 Tunisia0101
14 Spain*0033
Totals (14 nations)10102040

References

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