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Mediterranean Games Pescara

 

PESCARA, JUNE - JULY 2009

 

 

From 26th June to 5th July, the 16th Mediterranean Games took place in Pescara (Italy) 

Mr Raymond Gnutti was appointed Chef de Mission. 

14 Monegasque athletes took part in the following events: athletics, rowing, boules, fencing, golf, judo and sailing.

 

 

 

Despite the earthquake that struck the Aquila region three months previously, the Organising Committee and volunteers made every effort to welcome the delegations in the best conditions possible.

 

H.S.H. the Sovereign Prince, accompanied by H.E. Mr Philippe Blanchi, Monaco’s Ambassador to Italy, visited the Mediterranean village and took part in the opening ceremony.

 

The delegation, with their standard bearer, Mr Damien Despart-Lerale (sailing), followed by the two women representatives, Ms Marine Prat (sailing) and Ms Aurélie Boisson (fencing) with the Chef de Mission, marched past in perfect order.

 

The delegation also included:

 

  • Anthony Desevelinges and Florent Battistel (athletics),
  • Mathias Raymond (Rowing),
  • Claude and Guillaume Campillo (Boules),
  • Roland Mouflard (fencing),
  • Yann Siccardi and Cédric Bessi (judo),
  • Charles-Henri Rey, Damien Flachaire, Emmanuel Zampori (golf).

 

The results were outstanding.

 

Since the 1963 Games in Naples, the Committee had never received any medals at this important event.

 

 

Mr Yann Siccardi, in the judo event, brought Monaco back to the ranks of excellence by achieving 2nd place on the podium and the silver medal for the under 60 kg category.

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The athletes taking part in the sailing event also did particularly well, leading the race during the first 3 days of the regatta and mention should also be given to the very honourable 4th position in the petanque doubles.

 

 

 

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Mediterranean Games Almería

 

 

 

From 24th June to 3rd July 2005, the city of Almeria hosted the XV Mediterranean Games. 3 214 athletes representing 21 nations paraded before over 20 000 spectators in the Mediterranean Stadium.

 

 

 Official Logo of the Games

 

 

24th June 2005 – Opening Ceremony at the Mediterranean Stadium

 

Under the leadership of Ms Yvette Lambin-Berti and the head of mission, Jacques Pastor, 16 Monegasque athletes took part in these Games.

The Monegasque representatives achieved good results :

  • Athletics: Florent Battistel finished 7th in the 400m semi-finals and Anthony in the 110m hurdles,
  • Rowing: Mathias Raymond in the skiff event,
  • Boules: Antoine Paganelli, Claude Campillo and Jacques Léoni in Pétanque,
  • Fencing: Vincent Tonelli and Roland Mouflard in épée,
  • Golf: Charles-Henry Rey, Patrick Lecourt andt Jean-François Calmes,
  • Table tennis: Romain Loulergue and Mikael Battaglia,
  • Shooting: Fabienne Pasetti in the 10m air rifle event,
  • Sailing: Sébastien Peillon and Mathieu Mariani in the 470 series.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Mediterranean Games Tunis

 

 

               

From 2nd to 15th September 2001, 3 800 athletes representing 23 nations travelled to Tunis to take part in the XIV Mediterranean Games.

 

 

Official poster

 

With Lucien Orengo as their head of mission, 7 athletes took part in these Games in the following events: athletics, boules and golf.

 

Monegasque Delegation – Tunis 2001 

 

During the event, the results obtained by the Monegasque athletes were more than satisfactory, in particular those of Charles Henry Rey and Edmond Patrick Lecourt in golf. 


 

 

 

The golfing team: (from left to right), Frédéric Ruffier, Edmond Patrick Lecourt, Jean-François Calmes and Charles Henry Rey.

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Mediterranean Games Bari

 

 

 

From 13th to 27th June 1997, the city of Bari in Italy hosted the XIII Mediterranean Games. Approximately 4 000 athletes representing 21 countries made their way towards the south of the Italian peninsula.

 

Official Poster 

The Monegasque delegation, under the leadership of Yvette Lambin and the head of mission, Jean-Claude Torterolo, consisted of thirteen athletes entering six Olympic disciplines.

  

  • Athletics:Virginie Gollino, in 100 m hurdles (direct final), ranked 7th /8 (15.30), Emmanuel de Lorenzi, in the 800 m (series), ranked 7th/7 (2.05.04),
  • Rowing: Olivier Van Klaveren in the skiff event 10th/11,
  • Boules: Eric Bessi and Marc Costa,
  • Golf: The team, made up of Jean-François Calmes, Edmond, Patrick Lecourt and Yves Réalini, finished 8th out of 10.
  • Individual : 
Yves Réalini - 15th/30
Jean-François Calmes - 22nd/30
Edmond Patrick Lecourt - 27th/30
  • Judo: Thierry Vatrican, in the under 78 kg
  • Shooting :
- 10m air rifle, Fabienne Pasetti (15th/16) and Jean-Marc Rué (16th/19),
- Ball Trap, Francis Bonafède (19th/19) and Ange Giraldi (15th/19).

 

 

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