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Learn about the Egyptian competitions today in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics


The Egyptian delegation continues its competition in the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, where the Olympic football team will play an important match at twelve noon today, Saturday, when it will meet its counterpart, the Brazilian team, the gold medal holder for the last Olympic Games, which was held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Where the sons of Shawki Gharib hope to continue to achieve surprises and honor the African continent.


Abdel Aziz Mahilba and Maggie Ashmawi are competing in the mixed doubles competitions, and Zahra Shaaban in the women's 50-meter rifle competitions, and Seif Sharif is playing in the gymnastics qualifiers.

 

The results of the Egyptian mission during yesterday’s competitions witnessed a remarkable achievement for the Pharaohs of the Hand, as the Olympic team defeated Sweden in the group stage with a score of 27/22, and this victory is the second in the history of the two teams’ confrontations, which amounted to 11 confrontations after the Olympics meeting, after winning 26-25 in the Rio Olympics. de Janeiro in Brazil.

 

The match witnessed the brilliance of Karim Hendawy "Katunga", the goalkeeper of the Pharaohs' Lair, after stopping many dangerous opportunities and maintaining the goal difference to ensure the progress of the national team. After playing an influential role in the outcome of the meeting.

 

As for the swimming competitions, the duo, Farida Othman and Ali Khalafallah, failed to qualify from the 50-meter freestyle competitions, after Khalafallah ranked 24 in the men’s competitions, and Farida Othman also ranked 24 in the women’s competitions, where only the best 16 players qualify for the semi-finals. .

 

The Egyptian sail ended its participation in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics after “Ali Badawy” ranked 34th in the men’s competition, and “Kholoud Mansi” ranked 41 in the women’s competition.

Thus, sailing becomes the ninth game that Egypt has finished participating in out of 24 games, "bow and arrow - badminton - boxing - judo - rowing - sail - taekwondo - tennis - triathlon."

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