Mohamed Ihab wins a Gold medal in weightlifting

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Mon, 25 Jun 2018 - 11:14 GMT

Mohamed Ehab - Mohamed Ehab official Twitter account

Mohamed Ehab - Mohamed Ehab official Twitter account

CAIRO – 25 June 2018: Egyptian weightlifter Mohamed Ehab won a Gold medal in the 77 kg weightlifting competitions in the Mediterranean Games held in Spain.

In the Olympic Games which occurred in Brazil in 2016, Ehab won a bronze medal. Overall, Mohamed Ehab has won 16 medals in his career so far.

Egypt participates in the 18th edition of the Mediterranean Games with 170 players (men & women), as stated by the Egyptian Olympic committee.

It is expected that Egypt will compete in 21 of the 33 sports in this edition of the competition; volleyball, beach volleyball/men, handball (Men & Women), bow and arrow, sail, canoe kayak, kayaking, judo, taekwondo, weightlifting, karate, swimming, artistic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, athletics, archery, badminton, table tennis, equestrian, wrestling, and triathlon.

Egyptians continue picking up medals in the Mediterranean Games

CAIRO - 24 June 2018: Egyptian players shined for the third day in the Mediterranean Games which takes place in Spain, Tarragona, Catalonia. After reaping nine medals on Saturday; they added another six medals till now on Sunday including the Gold medal for Farida Osman.




Sunday Winners:

1- Ibrahim Mostafa won the Silver Medal for Egypt in Weightlifting of 69 KG
2- Ahmed el-Asfar won the Silver Medal for Egypt in Karate of 87 KG.
3- Ahmed el-Masry won the Bronze Medal for Egypt in Karate of 84 KG.
4- Egyptian Shooter, Ahmed Kamar, won the Silver Medal for Egypt in Trap as he hit 46 out of 50.
5- Abdel Rahman Sameh won the Silver Medal for Egypt in 50m Butterfly swimming.

Additional report by Mohamed Farid

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