1993 World Games

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World Games IV
World Games 1993 logo.png
Host city The Hague, Netherlands
Nations participating 44
Athletes participating 1,265
Events 125 (22 sports)[1]
Opening ceremony 22 July
Closing ceremony 2 August
Officially opened by Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands
Main venue Zuiderpark Stadion
1989 1997  >

The 1993 World Games, the fourth World Games, were an international multi-sport event held in The Hague, Netherlands.

Medal table[edit]

The medal tally during the fourth World Games is as follows. Germany finished at the top of the final medal table.[2]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany 19 20 14 53
2  Italy 13 17 5 35
3  France 12 10 15 37
4  United Kingdom 12 5 9 26
5  United States 10 11 12 33
6  Bulgaria 10 1 8 19
7  Netherlands 9 5 16 30
8  Sweden 8 9 11 28
9  Russia 7 8 2 17
10  China 5 2 1 8
11  Belarus 4 1 4 9
12  Japan 4 0 1 5
13  Belgium 3 5 4 12
14  Norway 3 4 7 14
15  Czech Republic 3 3 3 9
16  South Korea 3 3 1 7
17  Spain 3 2 6 11
18  Denmark 3 1 4 8
19  Poland 3 0 0 3
20  Finland 2 6 6[a] 14
21  Australia 2 4 5 11
22  Chinese Taipei 2 3 1 6
23  Estonia 2 3 0 5
24  Mexico 2 2 1 5
25   Switzerland 2 1 1 4
26  Ukraine 1 5 1 7
27  Ireland 1 2 0 3
28  Canada 1 1 8 10
29  Hungary 1 1 5 7
30  Kazakhstan 1 1 1 3
 New Zealand 1 1 1 3
32  Singapore 1 1 0 2
33  Egypt 1 0 3 4
34  Portugal 1 0 2 3
35  Brazil 1 0 1 2
36  Mongolia 1 0 0 1
37  Lithuania 0 3 3 6
38  Turkey 0 2 0 2
39  Austria 0 1 2 3
40  Argentina 0 1 1 2
 South Africa 0 1 1 2
42  Latvia 0 1 0 1
 Malaysia 0 1 0 1
44  Morocco 0 0 3 3
45  Iran 0 0 1[a] 1
 Jamaica 0 0 1 1
 Jordan 0 0 1 1
 Kuwait 0 0 1 1
 Nigeria 0 0 1 1
 Philippines 0 0 1 1
Totals 157 148 175 480
  1. ^ a b The 1993 bronze medalist in men's 75kg karate kumite was from Iran, not Finland as stated in IWGA source.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The World Games in the past". worldgames2009.tw. Retrieved 9 June 2012. 
  2. ^ "Results of the World Games". International World Games Association. Retrieved 2015-10-26. 
  3. ^ "Saeid Ashtian". Retrieved 2018-02-04. 

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