Who we are
The idea of creating the Mediterranean Games came about in 1997 during the European Championship that was being held in Nottingham, England.
Mediterranean countries share a lot of history, traditions and culture and a sport event is always an opportunity to enforce good relations.
For this reason, Roni Ashkenazi from Israel, Roger Cristofidis from Cyprus, Niko Papadimitriou from Greece, and Julian Pace Bonello from Malta came up with the idea of uniting all Mediterranean federations in one Bowling event.
During the 2015 edition of the Mediterranean Challenge Cup in Greece the decision to form an new MBC Committee with the intention to formalize many aspects of the event was taken.
The members appointed in the Committee are Marios Nicolaides from Cyprus and Alex Tzounis from Greece.
The goals of the Committee are to lay down the bases for a set of MBC rules, set up a technical committee, make an official new website for the MBC and establish Mediterranean Games for the Youth.