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Egypt Breaks Kung Fu Medal Record in Junior Wushu Championships

For the seventh WJFWC event, Egypt achieved seven medals, breaking Egypt's previous record.

Egypt has achieved yet another victory in the world of sports, winning a record seven medals this month in Brazil’s World Junior Wushu Championships (the seventh WJFWC to date) hosted by the International Wushu Federation (IWUF).

Throughout the tournament - which started on July 9 and is ending July 16 - Yousef Abdel Rahman won a gold medal, Sarah Salah won two silver medals and Ziad Ayman won a silver. In addition, Mohamed Ameen, Samira Moussa and Mahmoud Fahim each nabbed bronze medals.

The medal record was broken with the two last medals achieved by Mohamed Ameen and Samira Moussa.

In related news, Egypt has also received solid gold in Uzbekistan’s International Weightlifting Junior Championship thanks to the hard efforts of Sara Samir and Esraa El-Sayed.

Main image taken from Egyptian Streets.


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