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Athletics at the 1955 Mediterranean Games

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Athletics at the 1955 Mediterranean Games
Host citySpain Barcelona
Date(s)15–25 July
Main stadiumEstadi Olímpic de Montjuïc
Participation10 nations

Athletics at the 1955 Mediterranean Games were held in Barcelona, Spain.[1]

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Medal table

  *   Host nation (Spain)

1 France1010828
2 Italy93517
3 Turkey2226
4 Spain*14712
5 Greece1438
6 Egypt1427
Totals (6 nations)24272778



Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Luigi Gnocchi (ITA) 10.9 =GR  Alain David (FRA) 11.0  Sergio D'Asnasch (ITA) 11.0
200 metres  Luigi Gnocchi (ITA) 21.6 GR  Vincenzo Lombardo (ITA) 21.7  Wolfango Montanari (ITA) 21.7
400 metres  Jacques Degats (FRA) 47.3 GR  Pierre Haarhoff (FRA) 47.5  Vincenzo Lombardo (ITA) 47.8
800 metres  Ekrem Koçak (TUR) 1:50.0 GR  René Djian (FRA) 1:51.1  Evangelos Depastas (GRE) 1:52.4
1500 metres  Ekrem Koçak (TUR) 3:50.2 GR  Cahit Onel (TUR) 3:52.2  Antoine Vincendon (FRA) 3:53.2
5000 metres  Alain Mimoun (FRA) 14:27.6 GR  Osman Coşgül (TUR) 14:39.0  Jean Carron (FRA) 14:40.4
10.000 metres  Alain Mimoun (FRA) 30:23.6 GR  Luis García (ESP) 31:32.8  Raymond Mahaut (FRA) 31:48.2
Marathon  Abdul Herin (EGY) 2:50:35 GR  Ali Hamid (EGY) 2:53.57  Erturan Haydar (TUR) 2:58.07
110 metres hurdles  Philippe Candau (FRA) 14.9 GR  Jacques Dohen (FRA) 15.2  Jean-Claude Bernard (FRA) 15.4
400 metres hurdles  Guy Cury (FRA) 52.4 GR  Robert Bart (FRA) 52.8  Armando Filiput (ITA) 53.4
3000 m steeplechase  Georgios Papavassiliou (GRE) 9:20.6 GR  Julien Soucours (FRA) 9:23.6  José Teixeira (ESP) 9:26.8
10 km walk  Giuseppe Dordoni (ITA) 48:21.8 GR  Roland Griset (FRA) 48:44.2  Louis Chevalier (FRA) 49:47.4
50 km walk  Abdon Pamich (ITA) 5:03:33  Roger Chaylat (FRA) 5:20:07  Francisco Villoldo (ESP) 5:36:07
4 x 100 metres relay  Italy
Sergio D'Asnasch
Giovanni Ghiselli
Luigi Gnocchi
Wolfango Montanari
41.0 GR  Greece
Michel Tsolakis
Leonidas Kormalis
Demetre Kipouros
Stefanos Petrakis
42.6  Egypt
Moustafá Maroum
Yousef Zein El Abdin
Jauzy Shaban
Farouck Tadros
4 x 400 metres relay  France
Jacques Degats
Jean-Paul Martin du Gard
Pierre Haarhoff
René Galland
3:12.8 GR  Italy
Luigi Grossi
Vincenzo Lombardo
Mario Paoletti
Baldassarre Porto
3:14.4  Egypt
Hussam Ragab
Jaud El Said
Nashast El Kholi
Emad El Shafy


Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump  Maurice Fournier (FRA) 1.98 m  Papagallo Thiam (FRA) 1.98 m  Cetin Sahiner (TUR) 1.90 m
Long jump  Luigi Ulivelli (ITA) 7.17 m  Emad El Din Shafei (EGY) 7.11 m  René Cucuat (FRA) 7.10 m
Pole vault  Giulio Chiesa (ITA) 4.28 m GR  Georgios Roubanis (GRE) 4.25 m  Victor Sillon (FRA) 4.20 m
Triple jump  Eric Battista (FRA) 14.93 m GR  Fawzy A M Chaaban (EGY) 14.59 m  Konstantinos Sfikas (GRE) 14.58 m
Shot put  Raymond Thomas (FRA) 15.70 m GR  Georgios Tsakanikas (GRE) 15.49 m  Silvano Meconi (ITA) 15.35 m
Discus throw  Adolfo Consolini (ITA) 52.81 m GR  Antonios Kounadis (GRE) 47.23 m  Konstantinos Yataganas (GRE) 45.63 m
Hammer throw  Teseo Taddia (ITA) 55.14 m GR  Guy Husson (FRA) 54.31 m  Dimitrios Boulboutzis (GRE) 48.23 m
Javelin throw  Michel Macquet (FRA) 69.00 m GR  Francesco Ziggiotti (ITA) 66.22 m  Pedro Apellaniz (ESP) 62.64 m
Decathlon  Bernardino Adarraga (ESP) 5693 pts GR  Mohamed Saïd Zaki (EGY) 5633 pts  Robert Vaussenat (FRA) 5262 pts


  1. ^ "Mediterranean Games – Past Medallists". Retrieved 19 December 2012.

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