Boudiaf, Sjati and Soyoud give Algeria 3 new gold medals on the Mediterranean Video games

Boudiaf achieved excellent outcomes (Fb/Algerian Olympic Committee)

Fencing Sawsan Boudiaf, runner Djamel Sajati and swimmer Jawad Sioud managed to present Algeria three new gold medals on the Mediterranean Video games, that are ongoing in Oran till July 6, and on the eighth day of this sporting occasion.

Sawsan Boudiaf received this medal after successful the Saif El Hossam fencing in opposition to her Italian counterpart Chiara Mormel (15/7), making this the primary medal within the historical past of Algeria on this sport throughout the Mediterranean Video games.

As for Jamal Sajati, he took first place within the 800m race within the athletics competitions, a race that noticed his compatriot Yassin Hathat take second place, from which he received the silver medal.

Swimmer Jawad Sioud was additionally capable of present Algeria one other gold medal, elevating its stability to 18 gold medals to date, and it was in swimming when he ranked first within the specialty of 200 meters in a wide range of swimming, whereas Algerian Amine Bouanani was capable of dedicate the silver medal to his nation by coming In second place within the 110 hurdles race in athletics competitions.

On Sunday, the eighth day of the Mediterranean Video games, Algerian weightlifter Mughnih Hamadi received a silver and a bronze medal in weightlifting, the place she lifted 100 kilograms within the snatch, then 121 kilograms within the web, from which he achieved the bronze medal.

Algerian weightlifter Fares Touairi additionally succeeded in attaining a bronze medal within the weight of 89 kilograms, after he succeeded within the specialty of kidnapping by lifting 161 kilograms.

Yasser Triki additionally received the bronze medal within the lengthy bounce for the ultimate day of the athletics competitions on this sporting occasion, realizing that he had additionally received the gold medal final Friday within the triple bounce.

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