The Mediterranean Games
The Mediterranean Games, created in 1951, are a multi-sport competition in which athletes from nations around the Mediterranean basin take part.
They are organised by the Mediterranean Games International Committee (CIJM) and are held every four years, during the year following the Summer Olympic Games.
Currently 24 countries participate including:
Albania - Algeria - Andorra - Bosnia and Herzegovina - Cyprus - Croatia - Egypt - Spain - France - Greece - Italy - Lebanon - Libya - Republic of Macedonia - Malta - Morocco - Monaco - Montenegro - San-Marino - Serbia - Slovenia - Syria - Tunisia - Turkey