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The team won 37 medals, including 22 gold, 12 silver, and three bronze.
The XVIII Mediterranean Games, commonly known as the 2018 Mediterranean Games, held in Tarragona, Spain from 22 June to 1 July 2018, witnessed brilliant achievements by Egyptian players, giving new hope for long-awaited Olympic successes. Egyptian athletes participating in the 2018 Mediterranean Games won a total of 45 medals, with 18 gold, 11 silver, and …
Egyptian swimming team stands out at the African Swimming Championship
After winning six medals on the first day of the African Swimming Championship in South Africa from 16-22 October, and seven medals on the second day, the Egyptian swimming champions claimed another seven medals on the third day of events. Hassan Yasser won silver in the 50m men’s butterfly stroke, finishing with a time of …
After winning six medals on the first day of the African Swimming Championship in South Africa from 16-22 October, the Egyptian swimming champions claimed another seven medals on the second day of events. Marwan El-Amrawy won gold in the 800m men’s freestyle, finishing with a time of 8:13.07. Egypt’s national team, comprising Rawan Al-Badry, Salem …
Among the Egyptian delegation to the 2016 Rio Summer Olympic Games was Haidy Adel, representing Egypt in the pentathlon discipline. The 16-year-old Adel was the youngest player in the delegation. The delegation also included 17-year-old Maha Khaled Amer, who is a member of the Heliopolis Sporting Club and represented Egypt in diving. Daily News Egypt …
The African Swimming Championship is taking place in South Africa from 16-22 October, and on its first day, Egyptian swimming champions claimed six medals. In the finals of the 50-metre back, Mohamed Samy came out on top by delivering the shortest time with 26.62, a victory that enabled him to acquire the gold medal in …
Ryan Lochte will not swim competitively for ten months, meaning he’ll miss next year’s World Championships. He’ll also forfeit $100,000 of bonuses as part of the penalty for his drunken escapades during the Rio Olympics.
At the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Summer Olympics, Egyptian swimming champion Farida Osman qualified for the semi-finals in the 100-metre freestyle, achieving a new African and Arab record. Osman also broke all records achieved by former Egyptian swimming champion Rania Elwany at the 1992 Barcelona Summer Olympics, 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics, and 2000 Sydney Summer …
In the 400-metre freestyle race, Ahmed Akram won silver.
The decree issued on Sunday comes as the investigation into the causes of the accident continues in collaboration with the Central Administration for Biological Diversity and the Ministry of Environment
Egypt’s Marwan Al-Kamash won the 400m free in 3:55.37
Mireia Belmonte, the best Spanish swimmer of all time, was able to maintain her dream of competing at the world swimming championship, to be held in Russia on 24 July, despite her shoulder injury
If this theory is true, one can only wonder what effect Farida Osman’s performance in the women’s 100-metre butterfly swimming event in the FINA World Championships at Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona on 28 July will have.
Egyptian synchronised swimming team showed what team work can achieve during their routine in the technical teams preliminary round in the FINA World Championships
The Fjord Bay is a hidden gem on the Cairo-Taba road that is rarely appreciated
French quadruple amputee visits Egypt and shares his story on how he swam across the straights that connect the continents
Egypt is counting on its Olympic delegation in London 2012.