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Italy at the World Games

Italy at the World Games
IOC code: ITA
World Games history
1981 • 1985 • 1988 • 1993 • 1997
2001 • 2005 • 2009 • 2013

Italy has sent delegations to the World Games since the first games in 1981.

Medal Tables

Italy than to have won on two occasions the medal of the Games, he finished 4 more times on the podium and leads also to the all-time medals.[1]

     Leading in that year
Games Gold Silver Bronze Total Rank
Santa Clara 1981 7 11 16 34 3
Londra 1985 26 29 22 77 1
Karlsruhe 1989 22 14 14 50 1
L'Aia 1993 14 19 6 39 2
Lahti 1997 12 12 15 39 4
Akita 2001 10 11 9 30 6
Duisburg 2005 13 12 16 41 3
Kaohsiung 2009 16 12 13 41 2
Cali 2013 18 13 18 49 1
Totale 119 120 111 350 1

See also


  1. ^ "World Games Medal Table". Retrieved 6 May 2012. 

External links

  • All the medals of the World Games at Hickok Sports
  • All the medals of the World Games at Sports 123
  • Official site of the IWGA
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