Spain at the 2005 Mediterranean Games


Spain at the 2005 Mediterranean Games

Infobox Country at the Mediterranean Games
NOC = ESP
games = 2005 Almería, Spain
summergold = 45
summersilver = 59
summerbronze = 48
totalrank = 3

Spain (ESP) competed at the 2005 Mediterranean Games in Almería, Spain. The home nation had a total number of 463 participants (289 men and 174 women).

Medals

Gold

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*Women's Individual Competition: Almudena Gallardo

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*Men's 800 metres: Antonio Manuel Reina
*Men's 1.500 metres: Arturo Casado
*Men's 110m Hurdles: Felipe Vivancos
*Men's 4x400m Relay: David Canal, David Testa, Eugenio Barrios, and Antonio Manuel Reina
*Men's Discus Throw: Mario Pestano
*Men's 20km Walk: Francisco Javier Fernández
*Women's 100m Hurdles: Glory Alozie
*Women's 4x400m Relay: Julia María Alba, Belén Recio, Miriam Bravo, Daisy Antonio, María Teresa Martínez, and Cora Daniela Olivero
*Women's High Jump: Ruth Beitia

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*Men's K-2 (1.000m): Javier Hernanz and Pablo Enrique Baños

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*Men's Team Competition: Javier Arizmendi, Kepa Blanco, Iván Cuellar, Manuel del Moral, Javier Flaño, Miguel Flaño, Javier Fuego, Jesús Gámez, Carlos García, Gorka Larrea, Rubén Iván Martínez, Miguel Martínez Moya, Francisco Montañes, Antonio José Puerta, Iván Ramis, Francisco Tarantino, Sergio Torres Guardeño, and Juan Valera Espín

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*Men's Singles Competition: Ignacio Sánchez-Palencia
*Women's Singles Competition: María Hernández Muñoz
*Men's Team Competition: José Luis Adarraga, Jordi García, and Ignacio Sánchez-Palencia
*Women's Team Competition: María Hernández Muñoz, Belén Mozo, and Adriana Zwank

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*Men's Team Competition: Julen Aguinagalde, David Barrufet, Jon Belaustegui, David Davis, Raúl Entrerrios, Julio Fiss, Rubén Garabaya, Juan García Lorenzana, Roberto García, Demetrio Lozano, Viran Morros, Mariano Ortega, Carlos Prieto, Albert Rocas, José María Rodríguez, and José Manuel Sierra

*Women's Team Competition: Macarena Aguilar, Patricia Alonso, Verónica Cuadrado, Aitziber Elejaga, Begoña Fernández, Soraya García, Rocio Guerola, Elisabeth López, Marta Mangué, Dolores Martín, Beatriz Morales, Noelia Oncina, Isabel María Ortuño, Susana Pareja, María Eugenia Sánchez, and Yolanda SanRoman

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*Men's Team Competition: Víctor Cano, Manuel Carballo, Rafael Martínez, Iván San Miguel, and Andreu Vivó

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*Men's Lightweight (– 73 kg): Kiyoshi Uematsu
*Women's Lightweight (– 57 kg): Isabel Fernández
*Women's Half-Heavyweight (– 78 kg): Esther San Miguel

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*Men's – 80 kg: Iván Leal
*Women's + 65 kg: Cristina Feo

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*Women's 470 Class: Natalia Vía-Dufresne and Laia Lluisa Tutzo

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*Women's 800m Freestyle: Erika Villaécija
*Women's 200m Breaststroke: Sara Pérez

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*Men's Singles: Nicolás Almagro
*Men's Doubles: Nicolás Almagro and Guillermo García López
*Women's Singles: Laura Pous Tio
*Women's Doubles: Nuria Llagostera and Laura Pous Tio

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*Men's Team Competition: Iñaki Aguilar, Ángel Luis Andreo, Daniel Cercols, José Ramón Díaz, Javier García, Gabriel Hernández, David Martín, Guillermo Molina, Iván Pérez, Felipe Perrone, Ricardo Perrone, Oscar Rey and Xavier Valles

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*Men's – 77kg: Sergio Martínez Ocaña
*Men's – 94kg: Santiago Martínez Ocaña
*Women's – 48kg: Rebeca Sires

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*Men's Freestyle (– 55kg): Francisco Javier Sánchez----

Silver

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*Men's Team Competition: Alex Ortíz and Raúl Aro

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*Women's Half-Middleweight (– 63 kg): Sara Álvarez
*Women's Heavyweight (+ 78 kg): Sandra Borderieux

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*Men's 50m Freestyle: Eduardo Lorente
*Men's 200m Freestyle: Olaf Wildeboer
*Men's 50m Backstroke: David Ortega
*Men's 4x100m Freestyle: Eduardo Lorente, Javier Noriega, Saúl Santana, Olaf Wildeboer, and Carlos Ballesteros
*Men's 4x100m Medley: Iván Aguirre, Eduardo Lorente, David Ortega, Juan José Ulacía
*Women's 1500m Freestyle: Erika Villaécija
*Women's 100m Backstroke: Mercedes Peris
*Women's 100m Breaststroke: Sara Pérez
*Women's 100m Butterfly: Mireia García
*Women's 200m Butterfly: Mireia García
*Women's 4x100m Freestyle: Tatiana Rouba, María Fuster, Ilune Gorbea, and Erika Villaécija
*Women's 4x200m Freestyle: Erika Villaécija, Arantxa Ramos, Noemi Feliz, and Ilune Gorbea
*Women's 4x100m Medley: María Fuster, Mireia García, Mercedes Peris, and Sara Pérez

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*Men's Team Competition: Carlos Luís Carreño, Semidán Déniz, Guillermo Falasca, Miguel Ángel Falasca, Alfonso Flores, José Luis Lobato, Pedro Miralles, José Luis Moltó, Israel Rodríguez, Juan José Salvador, Manuel Sevillano, and Luis Pedro Suela

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Bronze

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*Men's Team Competiton: Alfonso Alzamora, Germán Gabriel, Roberto Guerra, Rafael Martínez, Miso Andrés, Alex Mumbrú, Rubén Quintana, Guillermo Rubio, Fernando San Emeterio, Sergio Sánchez, Jordi Trias, and Rafael Vidaurreta
*Women's Team Competiton: Elena Alamo, Laura Antoja, Sonia Blanco, Laura Camps, Sandra Gallego, Noemi Jordana, Ana Montañana, Eva Montesdeoca, Mireia Navarrete, Paula Palomares, Paula Segui, and Marta Zurro

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*Men's Team Competition: Jesús Manuel Ruiz and Agustín Correa

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*Men's Light Flyweight (– 48 kg): Kelvin de la Nieve
*Men's Flyweight (– 51 kg): Juan Padilla
*Men's Light Welterweight (– 64 kg): José Guttierez

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*Men's Extra-Lightweight (– 60 kg): Javier Fernández
*Women's Extra-Lightweight (– 48 kg): Vanesa Arenas
*Women's Middleweight (– 70 kg): Cecilia Blanco

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*Women's Single Sculls: Nuria Domínguez
*Women's Lightweight Single Sculls: Teresa Mas

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*Men's 100m Backstroke: David Ortega
*Men's 200m Medley: Breton Cabello
*Women's 50m Freestyle: Ana Belén Palomo
*Women's 50m Backstroke: Mercedes Peris
*Women's 200m Breaststroke: Belen Domenech
*Women's 400m Medley: Sara Pérez----

Results by event

ee also

* Spain at the 2004 Summer Olympics
* Spain at the 2008 Summer Olympics

References

* [http://www.almeria2005.es/cgi-bin/default_Ing.asp Official Site]
* [http://almeria2005.coe.es/ Spanish Olympic Committee]


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