Algerian ladies in boxing create 3 gold medals within the Mediterranean Video games

Algerian athletes proceed to win medals on the Mediterranean Video games (Hamza Zayed/Anadolu Company)

Algerians proceed to win varied coloured medals on the Mediterranean Video games, that are happening within the metropolis of Oran, western Algeria, from the twenty-fifth of June to July 6.

On Friday, the sixth day of this sporting occasion, three different gold medals have been gained in ladies’s boxing, with one silver, along with two silvers in judo.

The start was with Ramissa Boualem, who gained the ultimate in opposition to her Turkish competitor Shagirir within the 48 kilogram weight, then Hajila Khalif adopted her with one other gold and was on the expense of Moroccan Shaima Rahadi within the 60 kilogram weight.

Boxer Iman Khalif, who gained the gold medal, additionally shone after defeating Italian Assunta Canfora within the 63 kilogram weight, whereas Ishraq Shayeb gained the silver medal, after dropping the battle to the world and Tokyo Olympics champion, Turkey, Surminelli within the 66 kilogram weight.

Jugurtha Ait Buqa had preceded everybody on this sixth day of competitors, after he managed to win the gold medal in boxing for the 69 kg class, after his opponent Savkovic withdrew as a result of harm he sustained.

In judo, Bouammar Yasser was happy with the silver medal by dropping the ultimate to his Spanish competitor, Shiraz Deshevili, within the weight of lower than 100 kilograms, as was the case of his compatriot Mohamed Sofiane Belkare, who misplaced to the Slovenian Darjic, within the weight of greater than 100 kilograms.

Algerian judo concluded its look within the Mediterranean Video games for this model with 4 medals, together with a gold for wrestler Idris Messaoud and a bronze for wrestling Amina Belkadhi, which was achieved on Thursday, along with the silvers of Bouammar and Belkare on Friday.

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