1-888-834-1448

Egypt's 2004 Olympic Results


Egypt in the 2004 Olympics

See Reader uploaded photos of Karam Gaber Ibrahim


August 31, 2004

Egypt's Olympic heroes returned home from Athens yesterday carrying five medals one gold, one silver and three bronze for the first time in more than a half century.

Tens of thousands of people including Gamal Mubarak, the National Democratic Party (NDP) Policies Secretary and some ministers received the Egyptian heroes at the airport.

August 29, 2004

In the Super heavy weight bout for the gold, Mohamed Aly Reda of Egypt has had to step out due to being disqualified because of a shoulder injury. He will take Silver.

This means that Egypt will end up with a gold in Greco-Roman Wrestling (Karam Gaber Ibrahim, A sliver in Boxing (Mohamed Aly Reda), Two Bronze medals in Boxing (Mohamed El-Baz and Ahmed Ismail), and a bronze in Taekwondo (Tamer Bayoumi). Several hopefuls, including Egypt's pre-game favorite for a Gold, Nahla Ramadan, did not medal. The other hopeful was wrestler Mohamed Abdel-Fattah (Bougi).

Nevertheless, it was a good Summer Olympics for Egypt. They earned their first medal since 1984, and their first Gold since 1948. It was also their best finish since that year, when they won two gold, two silver and one bronze.

August 28, 2004

Ahmed Ismail now joins the rains of Egyptian medal holders in Boxing, 91 kg. Brining Egypt's medal count up to four, including a gold by Karam Ibrahim Greco-Roman Wrestling, and three bronzes won each by Tamer Bayoumi in Taekwondo, Mohamed El-Baz and Ahmed Ismail, both in boxing.

Egypt Fights for Second Gold on Sunday, August 29th, Guaranteed Silver

Russia and Egypt will meet in the final of the Super Heavy Weight (+91kg) category at the Athens Olympic Boxing tournament.

In the semifinals, world Champion Alexander POVETKIN (RUS) was against his nemesis of Roberto CAMMARELLE (ITA).

POVETKIN beat the Italian in the finals of the 2002 and 2004 European Championships, and repeated the result at the Peristeri Boxing Hall.


The judges scored the result 31-19 in favour of the Russian, who will meet Mohamed ALY (EGY) in the final.

ALY accounted for Michel LOPEZ NUNEZ (CUB) in the second semifinal.

LOPEZ NUNEZ started nervously against Mohamed ALY (EGY) and was down by one point after the third round.

The Cuban could not bridge that narrow gap, and lost the bout 18-16.

It was a disappointing end to what had otherwise been a successful day for the Cuban boxers.

The final of the Super Heavy Weight (+91) category will take place on Sunday 29 August at 16:26. Gaber Wins Egypt's First Gold in 56 Years - Tamer Bayoumi Takes Bronze in Taekwondo - Mohamed El-Baz (Mohamed Elsayed) wins Bronze

Greco-Roman wrestler Karam Gaber won Egypt's first Olympic gold medal in 56 years on Thursday, crushing Ramaz Nozadze of Georgia in just over three minutes to lift the 96kg title in Athens.

Gaber started in typically aggressive fashion, seeking quick points in a bid to assert control of the bout. He surrendered the first point, but then stormed back to clinch the tie 12-1.

"I like it each time when I reach a point," said the Egyptian. "This is why I make so many points. I have fun doing it."

The Egyptian anthem was last played at a medals ceremony at the 1948 Games in London when the Arab state won two gold medals.

"I dedicate it to my country, my family and all the Arab nations," said Gaber. "I tried very hard and here I am now, an Olympic champion."

In Athens, the Egyptian's opponents stood no chance as the tall, broad-shouldered wrestler used his strength and balance to win his bouts comfortably.

Gaber blew kisses to the crowd and bowed as they applauded his win achieved in just over half the allotted six-minute period.

The bout was concluded before the clock ran out because Gaber achieved a winning margin of at least 10 points.

In what appears to have been the second medal actually won by Egypt (other's have already been assured), Tamer Bayoumi apparently has won a bronze in men's Under 58 kg of Taekwondo. This is another Egyptian Athlete that no one picked to win a medal.

According to Al-Ahram, Boxing's Mohamed El-Baz has come away from the Olympics with a Bronze. This is actually unfortunate, because it seems that he injured a hnad in his fight against Forsyth and the Olympic Committee will not allow him to continue. Otherwise, he would have a chance for gold himself. He may actually be credited with winning Egypt's first medal in the 2004 Olympics, though it will not be presented to him until later.

Unfortunately, Egypt's greatest hope for gold in the Olympics, Nahla Ramadan, Failed to place in the overall Weightlifting competition, coming in 9th Place.

Olympic Coverage from Al-Ahram

August 27, 2004


Boxing

Magomed Aripgadjiev (Blr) beats Ahmed Ismail of Egypt on points, 23-20 in the simifinals of the Men's 75-81 kg. In the Men's over 91 kg Semifinals, Mohamed Aly of Egypt beats Michel Lopex Nunez of Cuba on points, 18-16

Equestrian

In the Final Mixed individual overall ranking, Andre Sakakini takes 63rd place

Hockey

Egypt looses to Argentina, 4-2

Modern Pentathon

In Women's Individual Shooting, Aya Medany takes 4th Place (181, 1108), In Fencing Aya places 24 (Won 12 Lost: 17 Pts: 720), In Women's Individual Swimming, she places 13th (Time: 2:21:44 Pts: 1224). In riding, she is in 27th place 976, and in running, 31st place. In the Individual final ranking for Women, Aya takes 28th Place. 4852 (Shooting: 1108 Fencing: 720 Swimming: 1224 Riding: 976 Running: 824)

Taekwondo

In the Women's 49-57 kg, Round 1, Shu Chi (Tai) Beats Abeer Essawy of Egypt by Points (8-0). In the Men's 58-68 kg, Rount 1, Chih Hsiung Huang (Tai) Beats Egyptian Tamer Hussein of Egypt on points (8-1)

Water Polo

Kazakhstan Beats Egypt 15-7



August 26, 2004


Modern Pentathlon

In the Men's Individual Shooting, Raouf Abd el raouf of Egypt holds 20th place, and in Men's individual fencing, 23rd place. In swimming, Raouf is now in 25th place with a time of 2:12:32. In Men's Individual Riding, Raouf takes 18th Place (1060), while in Running, he moves up to 10th Place. In the Final Standing, He takes 20th Place overall.

Taekwondo

In the Women's under 49 kg, Round 1 contest 6, Ivett Gonda of Canada beats Jermin Anwar of Egypt 3-2.

In the Men's under 58 kg Round 1, Contest 1, Tamer Bayoumi of Egypt beats Marcel Ferreira of Brazil 10-2. In he quarterfinals, contest 1, Tamer Bayoumi beat Michalis Mouroutsos of Greece 8-2. In the Semifinal, Tamer was Beaten by Mu Yen Chu (Tai) on points, 5-4. In the Finals, Tamer Beat Juan Ramos of Spain to points, 7-1, to take the Bronze Medal.

Wrestling

In Greco-Roman Wrestling, 84-96 kg Semifinal bout 2, Karam Gaber of Egypt continues to live up to his outstanding reputation beating Mehmet Ozal of Turkey. Karam won by great superiority, a difference of 10 points. The loser had no technical points.

Men's 55-60kg Final ranking: Egypt's Ashraf Elgharably placed 12th


August 25, 2004


Boxing

In the Men's 69-75 kg Quarterfinal bout 1, Gennadiy beat Egypt's Ramadan Yasser, 31-20.

Greece's protest against the defeat of boxer Elias Pavlidis in the Olympic quarter-finals by Egypt's Ahmed Ismail has been rejected, the International Amateur Boxing Association (AIBA) said this morning.

It said it had rejected the protest because a particular unfair blow by Ismail in that second round had been ruled accidental.

Some angry home fans hurled plastic water bottles into the ring on Tuesday after the referee stopped Pavlidis in the third round for a cut over his left eye, preventing him from becoming the first Greek boxer to win an Olympic medal.

The light-heavyweight had been leading on the scoreboard.

The Greek Olympic Committee appealed against the decision, saying video evidence showed Ismail had dealt several unfair blows, especially in the second round.

The protest said Ismail should have been disqualified in the second round for not competing fairly.

The semi-finals, the losers of which both get a bronze medal, are on Friday.

Pavlidis was leading 19-12 on points when Indonesian P K M Raja stopped the contest.

Egypt had only one Olympic boxing medal before the Athens Games, a bronze in 1960, but they are already sure of three in Greece with as many boxers in the semi-finals.

Equestrian

In the Mixed individual Qualification, Andre Sakakini riding Casper did not finish

Hockey

South Africa Beats Egypt 5-1

Water Polo

Croatia Beats Egypt in the Men's Classification 7-12 match 2, 12-1

Wrestling

In the Greco-Roman 55-60 kg Elimination pool C bout 1, Armen Nazarian (Bgr) beats Ashraf Elgharably of Egypt on points.

For the first time in the Summer Olympics, one of Egypt's true medal contenders at the start of the games (of course, the boxers, who were not really expected to medal, have already done so) is now in play, and living up to his expectations. In Greco-Roman 84-96 kg Elimination pool G bout 2, Karam Gaber of Egypt beats Marek Sitnik of Poland on points. In the Elimination pool G bout 3, Karam Gaber beats Georgios Koutsioumpas of Greece on points. GO KARAM!


Weightlifting

In Men's over 105 kg, Mohamed Masoud of Egypt current holds 11th place 405.0 (185.0 + 220.0)


Special - Some Events to Keep an Eye on:

Mohamed Elsayed in the Men's Heavy Weight (91 kg) and Mohamed Aly in the Men's Super Heavy Weight (+91 kg) remain undefeated in Boxing. Both are scheduled for bouts on August 27th, with Mohamed Elsayed's bout at 8:31 am and Mohamed Aly at 3:01 pm.

However, this information is from Yahoo. Note that Yahoo is not very accurate on some matters. They do not list, for example, as 2004 Egyptian Olympic Athletes, any of the medal contenders, though they list many Egyptians on the 2004 team.


August 24, 2004


Boxing

In Boxing, Men's 75-81 Quarterfinals, Ahmed Ismail of Egypt beats Elias Pavlidis of Greece. You may recall (see below) that Ahmed had previously upset Trevor Stewardson of Canada.

In our opinion, Egypt's Olympic boxers have shown considerable poise and heart in these Olympic games, and no matter what the final outcome, should come home as national heroes.

Interestingly, Sports Illustrated is reporting this match incorrectly, giving the win to Elias Pavlidis, who was indeed ahead in points when but suffered a cut over his left eye causing the fight to be stopped. This will advance Ismail, who now is assured of a bronze metal. Ismail will bet Aripgadjieve in the semifinals.

Wrestling

In Greco Roman Wrestling, 74-84 kg, elimination pool B, bout 1, Mohamed Mohamed of Egypt beats Mukhran Vakhtangadze (Geo), victory by pints. In bout 2, Mohamed Mohamed beat Brad Vering of the USA on points. However, in the Final round, Viachaslau Makaranka (Blr) beat Mohamed Mohamed of Egypt due to disqualification from competition.

At 2-0 down at the end of the extension time, Mohamed seemed surprised at his defeat, but then raised MAKARANKA's arm to show he was winner before the referee had a chance to step in. We have seen a lot of "blaming and whining" in these Olympic games, but it is refreshing to see a true sportsman like Mr. Mohamed, who even in defeat, is a credit to his country.

Equestrian

In the Mixed individual 1st and 2nd Qualifier, Andre Sakakini is now tied for 55th Place, with a score of 26.

Handball

Slovenia beat Egypt 30-24

Synchronized Swimming

In the Women's duet Preliminary Egypt (heba Abd el Gawad, Dalia Allam) hold are in 21st Place.


August 23, 2004


Athletics

In the Women's Hammer Throw Qualification, Marwa Hussein of Egypt takes 38th place with a throw of 62.27. She was ranked 19th in the second heat of that competition.

Boxing

In the Men's over 91 kg Quarterfinal bout 3, Mohamed Aly of Egypt also beat Jaroslav Jaksto (Lit) 19-11

It would seem that Egyptian Boxing is gaining some real momentum at the Summer Olympics.

Hockey

Spain beats Egypt 3-0

Water Polo

In the Men's Preliminary Round Group B match 14, Spain beats Egypt 12-4


August 22, 2004


Boxing

In the Men's 81-91 kg Quarterfinals, Egypt's Mohamed Elsayed beats Adam Forsyth (Aus) 27-12.

Australian heavyweight Adam Forsyth blamed an international conspiracy for his 27-12 points decision loss to Egypt's Mohamed Elsayed last night in Athens. But it's difficult to see why judges from France, Canada, India, Lesotho and Poland would favor Egypt, and there has certainly been little conspiracy to favor Egypt in other events, considering the number of losses they have rung up.

Hopefully, we will be able to witness Elsayed's semi-final match, as it will be against American hope Devin Vargas.

Fencing

In the Men's Team Epee Classification 5-9 bout 2, The Urkraine beat Egypt 45-36, while in the Means Team Epee Classification 7-8, China Beat Egypt 45-26. In the Men's Team Epee Quarterfinals, Russia beats Egypt 41-30

In the Final Ranking of Men's Team Epee, Egypt ranks 8th.

Equestrian

In the mixed, individual 1st qualifier, Egypt's Andre Sakakini placed 57th

Handball

In Men's Preliminary Round BN, Match 15, Brazil beats Egypt 26-22

Shooting

In the Men's Skeet (125 targets), the Final Standing is Mostafa Hamdy of Egypt in 29th Place and Amr El Gaiar of Egypt in 34th Place


August 21, 2004


Boxing

In the Men's 69-75 kg, Round 16, Ramadan Yasser of Egypt beats Marian Simion of Romania 36-24

Athletics

Omar Ahmed El Ghazaly of Egypt in 19th place after a throw of 55.53 in the Men's Discus Qualification Round

Shooting

In Men's Skeet (125 targets), Mostafa Hamdy of Egypt is tied for 27th Place, while Amr El Gaiar is tied for 37th Place.

Fencing

Men's Team Foil Classification 5-8, Bout 1, France beats Egypt 45-32, Men's Team Foil In mean's Team Foil Cassification 7-8, South Korea beat Egypt 45-35. Quarterfinal bout 1, Italy Beats Egypt 45-20. In Men's Team Foil Final Ranking, Egypt lands 8th Place.

Rowing

Men's Single Sculls Final Ranking has Egypt's Aly Aly Ibrahim in 14th Place. In Women's Single Scull Funal Ranking, Doaa Moussa of Egypt is in 23rd Place

Hockey

In Hockey, South Korea Beats Egypt (11-0) in one of the most one-sided Hockey defeats in Olympic history.

Weightlifting

Enga Mohamed is in 13th Place in the Women's Under 48 kg, with 165.0 (75.0 + 90.0).

Water polo

In Men's Preliminary Round Group B match 10, Italy beats Egypt 13-4


August 20, 2004


Judo

Vitalily Polyanskyy of the Ukraine beats Islam El Shehaby of Egypt by Ippon 1:49 in the Men's over 100 kg Round 32. In Women's Over 78 kg competition, Round 32, Tea Donguzashvili of Russia takes Samah Ramadan of Egypt by Ippon 1:51

Weightlifting Nahla Mohamed of Egypt lifts 120. in the 69-75 kg Women's competition placing her in 14th place.


August 19, 2004


Archery

In Men's Individual (70m) final ranking, Maged Youssef of Egypt seated at 58, Esam Sayed of Egypt at 62

Boxing

Out of Nowhere! Ok, perhaps not out of nowhere, but no one predicted Egypt Ahmed Ismail for a possible medal in Boxing, even though he was the 2003 African Champion. However, after crushing Trevor Stewardson from Canada 38-22 in a second round light-heavyweight match (81 kg), he is looking better and better as a contender.

Stewardson actually sent Ismail to the mat with an overhand right late in Round 2, but Ismail came back early in the third and just kept going.

Unfortunately, Mohamed Heikal of Egypt looses to Russian Oleg Saitov, 18-17 in the Men's 64-69 kg Round 16.

Judo

Elco van Der Geest of the Netherlands beats Bassel El Gharabawy of Egypt by Ippon 0:30 in the Men's 90-100 kg Round 16, while in the Men's 90-100 kg Round 32, Bassel El Gharabawy of Egypt beats Adres Lofore of Argentina by Koka

Hockey

After matching it for one half with World Champions Germany, the Egyptian men's Hockey team fell victim to five second-half German goals and lost 6-1 in a Pool A match at the Olympic Hockey Centre this evening.

With the win, Germany has earned seven points in its three matches and are on top of their pool, followed by Pakistan.

Germany's Christopher ZELLER scored the first goal of the match with a field goal in the 17th minute and Egypt's Belal ENABA levelled the score when he netted a rebounded penalty corner attempt in the 24th minute.

After the break, it was all Germany. The world number one ranked team opened the second half with a quick goal when Tibor WEISSENBORN
struck a hard ball from the right of "D" and Matthias WITTHAUS knocked in the rebound from the goalkeeper's glove.

More goals followed from German captain Florian KUNZ (46 min. penalty corner) and Christoph BECHMANN (GER) with two (49 min. penalty corner and 58 min. field goal).

ZELLER added another goal for good measure, this time from a penalty corner, in the 67th minute.

In addition to the German fireworks in the second half, the first half saw the match stopped briefly when Germany's Bjoern EMMERLING was forced to leave the match with a bloody mouth, and Egypt's Sayed HAGAG was issued a yellow card.

Weightlifting

Currently Mohamed El Tantawy of Egypt is ranked 17th (327.i - 145.0 + 182.5)

Al-Ahram Coverage of the Olympic Games:

Not listed


The first few days of the Olympic Games were disappointing for Egyptians. They hope for better things next week, writes Inas Mazhar

Half - time: My gold


August 18, 2004


Water Polo

Ioannis THOMAKOS (GRE) turned it on in front of a packed house in a Group B Men's Water Polo match at the OAKA Indoor Pool here tonight.

THOMAKOS and Christos AFROUDAKIS (GRE) used the match as a virtual training session, scoring five and four goals respectively in beating winless Egypt 15-4.

Greece ran through the first two quarters 7-0, won the third 3-2 and then ran riot in the last with five more goals.

The game was based on counter-attack with THOMAKOS scoring three in this manner. Four different Egyptians made the scoresheet in a game where they had to score three of their goals on extra.

Boxing

In men's 81-91 kg, Round of 16, Mohamed Elsayed of Egypt beats Igor Alborov (UZB), while in the over 91 kg, Round 16, Mohamed Aly of Egypt beats Armand Carlos Netsing Takam of Cameroon.

Handball

Egypt losses to Greece, 26-25

Fencing

Shaimaa El Gammal of Egypt looses to Svetlana Boiko of Russia 13-7 in round 32 of the Women's competition. The final Ranking for Women's individual foil has Shaimaa El Gammal of Egypt in 23rd place.

Judo

In men's 81-90 kg, Round 32, Hesham Misbah of Egypt defeats Rostand Barry Melaping of Cameroon by Waza-air. In the Men's 81-90 kg, round 16, Keith Morgan of Canada beats Hesham Misbah of Egypt by Yuko.

Swimming

In Men's 200m Back, Heat 2, Ahmed Hussein takes 7th place with a time of 2:04.82, which places him in 31st place overall.

Weightlifting

In Women's under 48 kg, Enga Mohamed of Egypt is in 13th place (165.0 - 75.0 + 90)


August 17, 2004


Fencing

In Men's Individual epee, Round 32, Marcel Fischer of Switzerland beasts Ahmed Nabil of Egypt, 15-10, while Gang Zhao of China beats Yasser Mahmoud of Egypt, 15-9

Pakistan outclass Egypt in Mens hockey clash - GEO

ATHENS: Prolific scorer Sohail Abbas netted four goals, including a penalty stroke, as Pakistan thrashed unfancied Egypt 7-0 in the Olympic men's field hockey here on Tuesday.

Pakistan led 5-0 at half-time of the one-sided game after Kashif Jawaad opened with two goals by the 12th minute and captain Muhammad Nadeem added a third in the 15th.

Penalty corner specialist Abbas took his tally to 254 goals from 206 matches, scoring twice in the first half and two more after the interval. His fourth goal was through a penalty stroke in the 58th minute when Kashif was roughly tackled inside the circle by Egypt's Ahmed Adnan.

Pakistan's first success in the competition, following their 2-1 defeat by Germany, left them with three points from two games. It was just the kickstart Roelant Oltmans' team needed ahead of the tougher group A matches against South Korea, Spain and Britain.

Egypt, whose best Olympic placing was 12th at the Barcelona Games in 1992, qualified for Athens by defeating South Africa in the African Games last year.

The Egyptians are out of contention for the semi-finals with two consecutive defeats. They lost to Britain 1-3 in their opening match.


August 16, 2004


Archery

Esam Sayed of Egypt losses to Hasse Pavia Lind of Denmark in the 1/32 elimination match 8, 158-110

Handball

Egypt loses to Germany in Men's preliminary round group B, 26-14.

Score

1st Half

2nd Half

Total

Egypt

5

9

14

Germany

14

12

26

Egypt - Player Statistics

Minutes

Goals

Penalty Shots

Yellow

2 Min

Red

Player

Played

Made

Att

Made

Att

Cards

Susp

Cards

Excl

Mohamad Sharaf Eldin

30:00

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Abdalla Mohamed

22:50

3

5

0

0

1

1

0

0

Ahmed El Ahmar

20:05

1

3

0

0

0

3

1

0

Saber Hussein

20:35

0

1

0

0

0

1

0

0

Wael Fahim

11:20

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Sherif Moemen

43:24

0

5

0

2

0

1

0

0

Ramy Youssef

36:00

3

4

2

2

1

0

0

0

Mohamed Nakib

30:00

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Mahmoud Karam

26:52

1

5

0

0

0

1

0

0

Marwan Ragab

43:26

1

1

0

0

1

1

0

0

Mohamed Abdel Salam

34:22

0

3

0

0

0

1

0

0

Mohamed Keshk

28:09

1

3

1

2

0

0

0

0

Hany El Fakharany

24:43

0

2

0

0

0

1

0

0

Hassan Yosry

48:14

4

9

0

0

0

1

0

0

Egypt - Goalie Statistics

Minutes

Shots

Penalty Shots

Yellow

2 Min

Red

Player

Played

Saved

Rec

Saved

Rec

Cards

Susp

Cards

Excl

Mohamad Sharaf Eldin

30:00

0

0

0

0

Mohamed Nakib

30:00

0

0

0

0

Judo

Haitham Awad of Egypt awarded a bye but today, Amar Benikhlef of Algeria beats Elsayed Aboumedan of Egypt in the 73-81 kg Round 32 by Ippon 3:37

Men's Individual Epree

In Round 64, Ahmed Nabil of Egypt beats Georges Ambalof of Greece 15-6, while Yesser Mahmound get a bye. Siriroj Rathprasert of Thailand beats Mahanad Saif El Din Sabry of Egypt 15-13.

Water Polo

Egypt suffers a Preliminary round loss to Germany 13-3


As of August 15, 2004


In the opening of the 2004 Olympic games, it was Aly Aly Ibrahim who carried the flag of Egypt on August 13, 2004.

So far, in the 2004 Olympics, Egypt has won no medals, but it should be pointed out that the events, particularly Weightlifting and Greco-Roman Wrestling, which are hopeful for Egypt, have not yet taken place.

Boxing

In Boxing, Light Middleweight Mohamed Heikal of Egypt wins over Afghanistan's Basharmal Sultani in first round action August 15, 2004. Ahmed Ismail from Egypt won over Shorhrat Kubanov of Turkmenistan in the light heavyweight division on August 14th. Also, Russian Alexander Maletin beat Saleh Khoulef of Egypt in the 64 kg Welterweight boxing first round action.

Field Hocky

In first round action on August 15, 2004, Egypt loses to Great Briton in Field Hockey. Final score: Great Briton 3, Egypt 1.

Water Polo

Also on Sunday (August 15), Egypt suffered a loss in Water Polo during first round action with Australia. Final score: Australia 14, Egypt 3

Fencing

In Round 64 of the men's individual foil competition, Mostafa Nagaty and Tamer Mohamed Tahoun, both of Egypt, had byes while Egyptian Mostafa Anwar lost 7 to 15 to Venezuelan Carlos Eduardo Rodriquez. In Round 32, German Peter Joppich beat Mostafa Nagaty of Egypt 15-10, while Tamer Mohamed Tahoun got the best of Puerto Rican Joao Games by 15-14, placing the Egyptian in the quarter finals. However, in that competition, Hanxiong Wu of China beat Tamer Mohamed Tahoun 15-8.

Judo

In Judo, men's Half-Lightweight, Egyptian Amin Mohamed lost against Amar Meridja (DZA) in Round 32.

Archery

In Men's individual archery, Esam Sayed places 57 in the ranking round with a score of 602. In the 1/32 elimination, Maged Youssef loses to Dmytro Hrachov (UKR), 154-128. In the Women's individual archery ranking round, Lamia Bahnasawy and May Mansour, both of Egypt score 564 and 436 respectively. However, in the 1/32 elimination round, May Mansour loses to Korea's Park Sung-hyun, 154-102, while Lamia Bahnasawy loses 164-127 to Korean Lee Sung-jin

Shooting

In Shooting, Men's 10m Air Rifle, Mohamed Abdellah places 24th with a score of 590, while Dina Hosny places 27th in women's competition with a score of 391 and Shaimaa Abdel-Latif comes in 33 with a score of 388.

August 14, 2004


Handball


Egypt looses to Hungary in Handball


Score

1st Half

2nd Half

Total

Hungary

16

17

33

Egypt

15

13

28

Egypt - Player Statistics

Minutes

Goals

Penalty Shots

Yellow

2 Min

Red

Player

Played

Made

Att

Made

Att

Cards

Susp

Cards

Excl

Mohamad Sharaf Eldin

41:18

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Abdalla Mohamed

09:03

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

Ahmed El Ahmar

30:52

3

5

0

0

0

0

0

0

Saber Hussein

46:51

3

5

0

0

0

0

0

0

Wael Fahim

27:29

2

2

0

0

1

1

0

0

Sherif Moemen

31:16

2

7

0

1

0

0

0

0

Ramy Youssef

33:11

2

4

2

2

1

0

0

0

Mohamed Nakib

18:42

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Mahmoud Karam

14:12

1

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

Marwan Ragab

46:48

1

2

0

0

1

1

0

0

Mohamed Keshk

30:52

2

5

0

0

0

0

0

0

Hany El Fakharany

23:39

1

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

Hassan Yosry

28:07

1

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

Hussein Zaky

37:40

10

14

3

4

0

1

0

0

Egypt - Goalie Statistics

Minutes

Shots

Penalty Shots

Yellow

2 Min

Red

Player

Played

Saved

Rec

Saved

Rec

Cards

Susp

Cards

Excl

Mohamad Sharaf Eldin

41:18

0

0

0

0

Mohamed Nakib

18:42

0

0

0

0

Who are we?

Tour Egypt aims to offer the ultimate Egyptian adventure and intimate knowledge about the country. We offer this unique experience in two ways, the first one is by organizing a tour and coming to Egypt for a visit, whether alone or in a group, and living it firsthand. The second way to experience Egypt is from the comfort of your own home: online.