Basketball at the Mediterranean Games

Basketball has been played consistently at the Mediterranean Games since the year 1951 for men and since the year 1987 for women. The Yugoslavia national basketball team was the most successful men's team and the Croatian women's national basketball team is the most successful team for women.

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Men's tournamentsEdit

Year Host Gold medal game Bronze medal game (or third place)
  Gold medalist Score   Silver medalist   Bronze medalist Score Fourth place
1951
Details
 
Alexandria
 
Egypt
 
Spain
 
Italy
 
Greece
1955
Details
 
Barcelona
 
Spain
n/a  
Italy
 
Greece
 
Egypt
1959
Details
 
Beirut
 
Yugoslavia
n/a  
Spain
 
United Arab Republic
 
Lebanon
1963
Details
 
Naples
 
Italy
n/a  
Spain
 
Yugoslavia
 
United Arab Republic
1967
Details
 
Tunis
 
Yugoslavia
 
Italy
 
Turkey
87 – 84  
Greece
1971
Details
 
İzmir
 
Yugoslavia
 
Turkey
 
Greece
 
United Arab Republic
1975
Details
 
Algiers
 
Yugoslavia
 
France
 
Italy
 
Spain
1979
Details
 
Split
 
Greece
85 – 74  
Yugoslavia
 
Egypt
 
Turkey
1983
Details
 
Casablanca
 
Yugoslavia
 
Italy
 
Turkey
77 – 73  
Greece
1987
Details
 
Latakia
 
Turkey
 
Spain
 
Greece
 
Tunisia
1991
Details
 
Athens
 
Italy
97 − 91  
Greece
 
France
 
Turkey
1993
Details
 
Languedoc-Roussillon
 
Italy
 
Croatia
 
France
70 − 67  
Greece
1997
Details
 
Bari
 
Spain
82 − 72  
Italy
 
FR Yugoslavia
84 − 75  
Greece
2001
Details
 
Tunis
 
Spain
72 − 61[1]  
Greece
 
Italy
 
FR Yugoslavia
2005
Details
 
Almería
 
Italy
87 − 86  
Greece
 
Spain
84 − 70  
Turkey
2009
Details
 
Pescara
 
Croatia
72 − 60  
Greece
 
Turkey
88 − 71  
Italy
2013
Details
 
Mersin
 
Turkey
79 − 62  
Serbia
 
Tunisia
63 − 58  
Macedonia

3x3 Basketball men's tournamentEdit

Year Host Gold medal game Bronze medal game (or third place)
  Gold medalist Score   Silver medalist   Bronze medalist Score Fourth place
2018
Details
 
Tarragona
 
France
16 − 14 (OT)  
Italy
 
Slovenia
18 − 11  
Greece
2022
Details
 
Oran
 
France
19 − 13  
Serbia
 
Spain
16 − 13  
Turkey

Men's medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Yugoslavia5117
2  Italy45312
3  Spain3429
4  Turkey2136
5  France2125
6  Greece1438
7  Croatia1102
8  Egypt1023
9  Serbia0202
10  FR Yugoslavia0011
  Slovenia0011
  Tunisia0011
Totals (12 entries)19191957

Women's tournamentsEdit

Year Host Gold medal game Bronze medal game
  Gold medalist Score   Silver medalist   Bronze medalist Score Fourth place
1987
Details
 
Latakia
 
Albania
88– 52[2]  
Turkey
 
Syria
 
Lebanon
1991
Details
 
Athens
 
Spain
 
France
 
Greece
66 – 61  
Italy
1993
Details
 
Languedoc-Roussillon
 
Bosnia and Herzegovina
 
Italy
 
Spain
 
Slovenia
1997
Details
 
Bari
 
Croatia
 
Turkey
 
France
85 – 63  
Greece
2001
Details
 
Tunis
 
Croatia
71 – 62[3]  
Italy
 
Spain
72 – 71[4]  
Turkey
2005
Details
 
Almería
 
Turkey
68 – 66  
Croatia
 
Spain
68 – 51  
Greece
2009
Details
 
Pescara
 
Italy
70 – 54  
Serbia
 
Croatia
77 – 62  
Greece
2013
Details
 
Mersin
Cancelled Cancelled

3x3 Basketball women's tournamentEdit

Year Host Gold medal game Bronze medal game (or third place)
  Gold medalist Score   Silver medalist   Bronze medalist Score Fourth place
2018
Details
 
Tarragona
 
France
10 − 8  
Spain
 
Portugal
21 − 20  
Serbia
2022
Details
 
Oran
 
Spain
12 − 11  
France
 
Italy
14 − 12  
Turkey

Women's medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Spain2136
2  Croatia2114
3  France1214
  Italy1214
5  Turkey1203
6  Albania1001
  Bosnia and Herzegovina1001
8  Serbia0101
9  Greece0011
  Portugal0011
  Syria0011
Totals (11 entries)99927

All-time medal tableEdit

Updated with 2022 results.

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Italy57416
2  Spain55515
3  Yugoslavia5117
4  France3339
  Turkey3339
6  Croatia3216
7  Greece1449
8  Egypt1023
9  Albania1001
  Bosnia and Herzegovina1001
11  Serbia0202
12  FR Yugoslavia0011
  Portugal0011
  Slovenia0011
  Syria0011
  Tunisia0011
Totals (16 entries)28272883

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Updates on Mediterranean Games" (2008-04-24) Tunisia Online. Archived from the original. Retrieved on 2012-08-09.
  2. ^ "Historik -".
  3. ^ "Updates on Mediterranean Games" (2008-04-24) Tunisia Online. Archived from the original. Retrieved on 2012-08-09.
  4. ^ "Updates on Mediterranean Games" (2008-04-24) Tunisia Online. Archived from the original. Retrieved on 2012-08-09.

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