2013 Jeux de la Francophonie

The 2013 Jeux de la Francophonie, also known as VIIèmes Jeux de la Francophonie (French for 7th Francophone Games), were held in Nice, France, from September 6-15. This was the second edition of the games to be hosted in France and the first time that a country hosted the games twice.

VIIèmes Jeux de la Francophonie
2013 Jeux de la Francophonie logo.svg
Host cityNice, France
Nations participating54
Athletes participating2,700
Opening ceremonySeptember 6, 2013
Closing ceremonySeptember 15, 2013
Officially opened byFrançois Hollande
Main venuePlace Masséna/Stade Charles-Ehrmann
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ParticipantsEdit

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EventsEdit

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation (France)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  France (FRA)*23231258
2  Canada (CAN)15141645
3  Poland (POL)1041327
4  Romania (ROU)910423
5  Morocco (MAR)710623
6  Senegal (SEN)65819
7 Wallonia55616
8  Chad (CHA)42410
9  Ivory Coast (CIV)4026
10  Cameroon (CMR)37717
11  Lebanon (LIB)3104
12  Armenia (ARM)3036
13  Switzerland (SUI)2237
14  Congo (CGO)2114
15  Quebec15511
16  Tunisia (TUN)13610
17  Qatar (QAT)1168
18  Burundi (BDI)1102
  Seychelles (SEY)1102
20  Djibouti (DJI)1012
  Haiti (HAI)1012
22  Niger (NIG)0549
23  New Brunswick0156
24  Burkina Faso (BUR)0123
25  Benin (BEN)0112
  Montenegro (MNE)0112
27  Slovakia (SVK)0101
28  Mauritius (MRI)0044
29  Cambodia (CAM)0022
  Rwanda (RWA)0022
31  Gabon (GAB)0011
  Luxembourg (LUX)0011
  Uruguay (URU)0011
Totals (33 entries)103105128336
Source: [2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ oliance.com. "Résultats". nice2013.microplustiming.com. Archived from the original on November 26, 2016. Retrieved 5 November 2017.
  2. ^ Click the Tableau de Médailles Icon Archived 2013-09-10 at the Wayback Machine

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