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Judo at the 2001 Mediterranean Games

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Judo at the 2001 Mediterranean Games

The Judo Competition at the 2001 Mediterranean Games was held in Tunis, Tunisia from 28 June to 1 July 2001.

Medal overview

Men

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 kg Tunisia Anis Lounifi Italy Giovanni Carella Morocco Abdelouahed Chorfi
Spain Roberto Cueto
66 kg France Benjamin Darbelet Serbia and Montenegro Miloš Mijalković Italy Donato Erra
Algeria Amar Meridja
73 kg France Christophe Massina Turkey Deniz Şilli Algeria Nourredine Yagoubi
Egypt Haithan El Hossainy
81 kg Italy Roberto Meloni Algeria Salim Boutabcha Egypt Aboumedan El Sayed
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Andrija Đurišić
90 kg France Vincenzo Carabetta Algeria Khaled Meddah Greece Yiannis Tsaparas
Spain David Alarza
100 kg Egypt Bassel El Gharbawy France Christophe Lagarde Italy Michele Monti
Tunisia Sadok Khalgui
+100 kg Italy Denis Braidotti Algeria Mohammed Bouaichaoui France Matthieu Bataille
Tunisia Anis Chedly

Women

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg Turkey Neşe Şensoy Italy Giuseppina Macrì France Sarah Nichilo
Tunisia Hajer Barhoumi
52 kg Algeria Salima Souakri Italy Antonia Cuomo Slovenia Petra Nareks
France Virginie Marie
57 kg Italy Cinzia Cavazzuti Tunisia Karima Dhaouadi Algeria Lynda Mekzine
France Fanny Riaboff
63 kg Italy Ylenia Scapin France Lucie Decosse Algeria Zoubida Bouyacoub
Tunisia Fatma M'Badra
70 kg Slovenia Rasa Sraka Algeria Rachida Ouardane France Amina Abdellatif
Spain Cecilia Blanco
78 kg Italy Lucia Morico France Sandra Borderieux Spain Henar Parra
Tunisia Houda Ben Daya
+78 kg Egypt Heba Hefny Italy Clementina Papa Serbia and Montenegro Mara Kovačević
Spain Susana Somolinos

Medal table

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Italy 5 4 2 11
2  France 3 3 5 11
3  Egypt 2 0 2 4
4  Algeria 1 4 4 9
5  Tunisia 1 1 5 7
6  Turkey 1 1 0 2
7  Slovenia 1 0 1 2
8  Serbia and Montenegro 0 1 2 3
9  Spain 0 0 5 5
10=  Greece 0 0 1 1
10=  Morocco 0 0 1 1

References

  • Results of the 2001 Mediterranean Games (JudoInside.com)
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