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Basketball at the 2001 Mediterranean Games

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At the basketball at the Mediterranean 2001 Games tournament, there were eight individual men's and women's international basketball teams taking part in the 2001 edition of the Mediterranean Games.

First, there is a break down of the medalists for both the men's and women's teams from gold, to silver, to bronze. Also, there is a breakdown of the standings for both the men's competition, and the women's competition. There is also a list of medalists in order from gold, to silver, to bronze. At the chart at the bottom of the article for the men's competition, the three ranks of medalists in order from gold to bronze are: Spain, Greece, and Italy. There is also an input of the three ranks of medalists in order from gold, to bronze for the women's competition. If you take another look of the chart at the bottom of the article, Croatia, Italy, and Spain, won the medals for gold, silver, and bronze.

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Medalists

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Competition  Spain  Greece  Italy
Women's Competition  Croatia  Italy  Spain

Standings

Men's Competition

Rank Team
1st, gold medalist(s)  Spain

Roger Grimau, Nacho Yáñez, Carlos Cazorla, Carles Marco, Román Montañez, Alex Mumbrú, Ricardo Gonzalez, Javier Rodriguez, Jesús Fernandez, Salva Guardia, Alfons Alzamora, Ismael Torres

2nd, silver medalist(s)  Greece

Alexis Falekas, Nikos Zisis, Dimitris Diamantidis, Christos Tapoutos, Dimitrios Misiakos, Antonios Asimakopoulos, Vassilis Spanoulis, Periklis Dorkofikis, Georgios Pavlidis, Artemios Kouvaris, Dimitrios Marmarinos, Pantelis Papaioakeim

3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Italy

Tomas Ress, Massimo Bulleri, Andrea Michelori, Fabio Zanelli, Manuel Vanuzzo, Stefano Mancinelli, Mario Gigena, Alessandro Cittadini, Marco Mordente, Walter Santarossa, Samuele Podestà, Massimiliano Monti

4 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FR Yugoslavia
5  Tunisia
6  Turkey
7  Algeria
8  Lebanon

Women's Competition

Rank Team
1st, gold medalist(s)  Croatia

Sandra Popovic, Slavica Pretreger, Anda Rados, Amra Dapo, Ana Lelas, Jasenka Marohnic, Katarina Maloca, Koraljka Hlede, Marina Mazic, Vanda Baranovic-Urukalo, Jelena Zrnic, Emilija Podrug,

2nd, silver medalist(s)  Italy

Marianna Balleggi, Simona Ballardini, Renata Zocco, Francesca Zara, Anna Zimmerle, Alice Pedrazzi, Valentina Gardellin, Elena Paparazzo, Raffaella Masciadri, Laura Macchi, Lorenza Arnetoli, Federica Ciampoli

3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Spain

Silvia Morales, Maria Jose Alonso, Paula Segui, Laia Palau, Isabel Sanchez, Noemi Jordana, Maite Checa, Raquel Delgado, Marta  Fernandez, Lucila Pascua, Iria Villar, Nieves Llamas

4  Turkey
5  Slovenia
6  Greece
7 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FR Yugoslavia
8  Tunisia

References

This page was last edited on 13 December 2019, at 19:07
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