2013 Mediterranean Games

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The 2013 Mediterranean Games will be taking place from the 18th to the 30th of June in Mersin, Turkey. Over the ten days, competitors from 24 different nations will be competing in 27 different sports. In terms of Gymnastics - competition in Rhythmic Gymnastics and Artistic Gymnastics will be held. Artistic Gymnastics will be seen from the 19th to the 22nd with Rhythmic Gymnastics on the 29th and 30th. Participants can be found below as they are announced.

According to the DEFINITIVE REGISTRATIONS:
  • WOMEN'S ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS: 37 Gymnasts from 11 Nations. Of these Egypt, France, Greece, Italy, Slovenia and Turkey are expected to field full teams, whilst Individual Gymnasts from Albania, Cyprus, Lebanon, Macedonia and Spain are on the Definitive Roster.
  • MEN'S ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS: 56 Gymnasts from 16 Countries. Of these Cyprus, Egypt, France, Greece, Italy, Slovenia, Spain and Turkey are expected to field full teams. Whilst Individual Gymnasts from Albania, Algeria, Croatia, Lebanon, Libya, Monaco, Syria and Tunisia are scheduled to compete.
  • RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS: 27 Gymnasts from 10 Nations are expected to participate. (Andorra, Cyprus, Egypt, France, Greece, Italy, Lebanon, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey)
2013 MEDITERRANEAN GAMES - PARTICIPANTS:
WOMEN'S ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS:
QUALIFICATIONS - 19TH JUNE:
SUBDIVISION ONE - 10.00am - 12.00pm:
STARTING ON VAULT:
  • ITALY:
    • Giorgia Campana 
    • Vanessa Ferrari
    • Chiara Gandolfi
    • Giulia Leni 
    • Elisabetta Preziosa 
  • CYPRUS:
    • TBA
STARTING ON UNEVEN BARS:
  • FRANCE:
    • Valentine Sabatou
    • Mira Boumejmajen
    • Maelys Plessis 
    • Manon Cormoreche
    • Johanna Cano
    • RESERVE: None. If a gymnast needs replacing then the team will remain at four.
  • MACEDONIA:
    • TBA
SUBDIVISION TWO - 1.00pm - 3.00pm:
STARTING ON VAULT:
  • GREECE:
    • Vasiliki Millousi
    • Myropi Christofilaki 
    • Maria Simou
    • Maria Magdalini Trichopoulou
STARTING ON UNEVEN BARS:
  • SLOVENIA:
    • Teja Belak (VT, BB)
    • Sasa Golob (BB, FX)
    • Tjasa Kysselef 
    • Carmen Astrid Horvat
    • Tina Ribic 
  • ALBANIA:
    • TBA
SUBDIVISION THREE - 3.30PM - 5.30PM:
STARTING ON VAULT:
  • EGYPT:
    • Nancy Mohamed Taman 
    • Farida Ahmed Shokry 
    • Fadwa Mohamed Abdellatif Mahmoud 
    • Mai Ahmed Saad 
  • LEBANON:
    • TBA
    • TBA
STARTING ON UNEVEN BARS:
  • TURKEY:
    • Demet Mutlu
    • Ozlem Ozkan
    • Sema Fidel Aslan 
    • Yagmur Su Alparslan
  • SPAIN:
    • Roxana Daniela Popa Nedelcu
    • Maria Paula Vargas Mota
MEN'S ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS:
QUALIFICATIONS - JUNE 20TH:
SUBDIVISION ONE - 9.30am - 12.00pm:
STARTING ON FLOOR EXERCISE:
  • EGYPT:
    • Mohamed Sherif El Saharty 
    • Islam Mohamed Shahin
    • Ali Ramadan Abouelkassem Zahran 
    • Amr Essam Mohamed Ahmed 
    • Ashraf Nashaat Mostafa 
  • CROATIA:
    • Marijo Moznik
    • Robert Seligman
STARTING ON POMMEL HORSE:
  • SPAIN:
    • Nestor Abad SanJuan
    • Christian Bazan Jaime
    • Javier Gomez Fuertes
    • Fabian Gonzalez Vidal
    • Ruben Lopez Martinez
  • LIBYA:
    • TBA
    • TBA
STARTING ON STILL RINGS:
FRANCE:
    • Guillaume Augugliaro
    • Quentin Signori 
    • Arnaud Willig
    • Jim Zona
    • Kevin Antoniotti 
  • ALBANIA:
    • Alon Hasa 
SUBDIVISION TWO - 1.00pm - 3.30pm:
STARTING ON FLOOR EXERCISE:
  • SYRIA:
    • TBA
    • TBA
    • TBA
  • TUNISIA:
    • Wadji Bouallegue
    • Wissem Harzi 
    • Mohamed Azaiez Trabelsi 
STARTING ON POMMEL HORSE:
  • GREECE:
    • Eleftherios Kosmidis
    • Eleftherious Petrounias 
    • Christos Lympanovnos
    • Charalampos Kailidis
    • Ioannis Tougkas 
  • MACEDONIA:
    • Dino Boshnjak
    • Ivan Krstevski 
STARTING ON STILL RINGS:
  • TURKEY:
    • Umit Samiloglu
    • Baris Pek
    • Ibrahim Colak
    • Ferhat Arican 
    • Abdulkadir Bas
  • ALGERIA:
    • Oualid Hacib
    • Hellal Metidji
SUBDIVISION THREE - 3.45pm - 6.15pm:
STARTING ON FLOOR EXERCISE:
  • SLOVENIA:
    • Alen Dimic
    • Saso Bertoncelj (PH)
STARTING ON POMMEL HORSE:
  • CYPRUS:
    • Xenios Papaevripidou
    • Dimitris Krasias 
    • Panagiotis Aristotelous
    • Irodotos Georgallas 
    • Michalis Krasias 
  • MONACO:
    • TBA
STARTING ON STILL RINGS:
  • ITALY:
    • Andrea Cingolani 
    • Ludovico Edalli 
    • Paolo Ottavi 
    • Enrico Pozzo 
    • Paolo Principi 
  • LEBANON:
    • TBA
    • TBA
RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS:
ANDORRA:
  • Fiona Pallares
EGYPT:
  • Sara Mohamed Rostom 
  • Heba Khaled Elbourini 


FRANCE:
    • Kseniya Moustafaeva 
    • Lucille Chalopin
    • Ambre Chaboud
    • RESERVE: Gillian Leopold
GREECE:
  • Varvara Filiou
  • Kyriaki Alevrogianni 
ITALY:
  • Julieta Cantaluppi
  • Giulia Di Luca
  • Federica Febbo
SLOVENIA:
  • Sara Kragulj 
SPAIN:
  • Natalia Garcia Timofeeva
  • Carolina Rodriguez Ballesteros 
TURKEY:
  • Burcin Neziroglu 
  • Zeynep Kusem
  • Elif Zeynep Celep
  • Ekin Guler
LOOKING BACK TO 2009:
WOMEN'S ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS:
  • The team from France (Marine Petit, Rose Eliandre Bellemare, Youna Dufournet, Aurelie Malaussena, Pauline Morel) defeated Italy (Elisabetta Preziosa, Andrea La Spada, Paola Galante, Emily Armi) and Greece (Vasiliki Millousi, Evgenia Zafeiraki, Andriana Syrigou, Viktoria Tsakalidou, Paschalina Mitrakou). 
  • Dufournet took out the All Around honors over Preziosa and Morel.
  • Dufournet also won the Vault and Uneven Bars titles.
  • Preziosa won the Floor Exercise title.
  • Vasiliki Millousi won the Balance Beam honors.
MEN'S ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS:
  • Italy (Enrico Pozzo, Paolo Ottavi, Alberto Busnari, Matteo Morandi, Andrea Cingolani) won the Team Title over France (Pierre-Yves Beny, Thomas Bouhail, Benoit Caranobe, Danny Pinheiro-Rodrigues, Hamilton Sabot) and Spain (Javier Gomez, Sergio Munoz, Rafael Martinez, Fabian Gonzalez, Manuel Carballo)
  • Benoit Caranobe (FRA) won the All Around title over Enrico Pozzo (ITA) and Hamilton Sabot (FRA)
  • Greece's Eleftherios Kosmidis won the Floor Exercise title.
  • Frenchmen Pinheiro-Rodrigues and Bouhail won the Still Rings and Vault titles respectively.
  • Italians Busnari and Pozzo won the Pommel Horse and Horizontal Bar honors respectively.
  • Spain's Manuel Carballo won the title on the Parallel Bars.
RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS:
  • Italian Julieta Cantaluppi won the Individual All Around over France's Delphine Ledoux and Spain's Carolina Rodriguez.

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