Carlo Allais of Italy won Sunday the gold medal in men's water ski slalom in 17th Mediterranean Games.
French Thibaut Dailland came in second and won the silver medal while Italian Matteo Luzzeri got bronze at the events held at Ataturk aqua park in Turkey's southern province Mersin on Sunday.
In women's water ski slalom, French Manon Costard clinched the gold medal as her compatriot Clementine Lucine placed second while Italian Beatrice Lanni won the bronze medal.
Competing in the same contest, Turkish Burcu Yasemin Demirok came in 8th and Benan Berhan placed 10th.
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