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Farida Osman Breaks Pro Swim Series Record

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Our very own pride and joy Farida Osman has made yet another remarkable victory, as she put up a 25.65 to win the 50 meter butterfly on Friday night in Richmond, Virginia; thus breaking the Pro Swim Series record. 

The PSS record in the 50 fly has been Kelsi Dahlia’s since the PSS Mesa last April, and now it belongs to Osman.

Farida Osman was the top seed heading into finals; seeing how she has gone 26.32 in morning heats ahead of TAC Titans teen sensation Claire Curzan (26.37), Mission Viejo’s Amanda Kendall (26.43), and American record-holder Kelsi Dahlia of Cardinal Aquatics (26.59).

Now, Osman, who is representing Pinnacle Racing, held her spot and went another 7/10 faster, thus breaking the meet record (25.74), and defeating Dahlia who held this position since last April 2018 duing the PSS Mesa.

Dahlia came to the wall second in 25.90, followed by Curzan in 26.18.

Golden Girl. Gold Medalist. Record Breaker. Farida Osman.

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Farida Osman Wins Gold Medal at US Championship & Marwan El Kamash Qualifies to Olympics

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Once again, our own Olympian Farida Osman succeeded in winning the gold medal at the American Open Swimming Championship in the 50-meter freestyle at a time of 10.25. Such a historic achievement for the Egyptian young swimmer who managed to claim victory during a pandemic and a global crisis.

The U.S. Open Championships are being held across nine different cities, and it’s the first major U.S. swimming event since March.

Looks like yesterday was a prideful day for Egypt as swimmer Marwan El Kamash also succeeded in qualifying for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics after breaking the qualifying record for the 800-meter freestyle race and winning first place in the US Open Swimming Championships.

Ashraf Sobhy, Minister of Youth and Sports, congratulated both champions for their wonderful achievements that brought joy to all of us.

The Minister of Youth and Sports showed tremendous support and is encouraging everyone to take his lead and support the sports federations, along with both male and female players.

We offer both swimmers our warm congratulations for making us all very proud.

 

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Another Milestone For Mayar Sharif As She Qualifies For Charleston International Tennis Championship’s Final

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Mayar Sherif, Egypt’s golden tennis girl, made a historic achievement when she succeeded in reaching the final round of the Charleston International Tennis Championship in America.

It’s a new milestone for the Egyptian tennis and she won second place in the doubles competition, today she will face Polish 130th world ranked Katarzyna Kau in the final of the Charleston International Tennis Championship currently being held in America.

We’re super proud of what the tennis player has achieved so far, from defeating American Alexa Glatch 2-0 to jumping 9 places in the classification. Mayar Sherif now ranks the 163rd in the world, after succeeding in reaching the main round in the French Open tennis “Roland Garros.”

Also worth mentioning is that the champion chose to return to Egypt after qualifying for the main role of the Roland Garros Championship for the very first time in the history of Egyptian tennis, to celebrate this milestone in Egypt along her friends and family.

Congratulations to the golden girl! We wish her the best of luck today.

 

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Nour El-Sherbini and Ali Farag Win CIB Egyptian Squash Open 2020

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Let us all congratulate Nour El-Sherbini and Ali Farag for winning CIB Egyptian Squash open for this year! After defeating Nouran Gohar, Sherbini seized the women’s gold on Saturday. Meanwhile, Ali Farag made it to the top after defeating Tarek Momen in the same tournament.

The opening of the event, platinum tournament of the Professional Squash Association (PSA), was on October 10th and was held with the iconic Great Pyramid of Giza as the backdrop.

Following her win, Al-Sherbini will overtake Gohar as the women’s World No.1 on November 1 and Farag will take back the top spot from his fellow Egyptian Mohamed Al-Shorbagy on the men’s side.

“Of course, just playing here in front of the Pyramids is very big for me,” Al-Sherbini told reporters.

“It is an unbelievable feeling for me. I had to tell myself to keep going because Nouran is playing unbelievably, and even though she was injured, she beat many top players on her way to the final, but I am thrilled to win this match,” she added.

“It was pretty emotional, what an occasion to be able to capture here,” Farag told the audience after his win.

“Egypt’s hosting of these tournaments will have a positive impact on the economy of the country and will definitely boost tourism,” Egypt’s Minister of Youth and Sport, Ashraf Sobhy said.

 

 

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