The Minister of Sports activities receives the primary batch of the Egyptian delegation at Cairo Airport after the tip of their competitions within the Mediterranean Video games

Sobhy to the Egyptian delegation: We’re proud of what you might have introduced, and we’re ready for extra medals from the remainder of the members

Ashraf Sobhi, Minister of Youth and Sports activities, obtained, this Sunday night, the primary non-public aircraft carrying a bunch of nationwide staff gamers, technical workers and directors, coming from the Algerian Republic after the tip of their competitions within the Mediterranean Video games held within the metropolis of Oran, inside two non-public planes offered by the Ministry of Youth And sports activities, in coordination with the Ministry of Civil Aviation, and varied authorities, for the Egyptian delegation taking part within the Mediterranean Video games within the context of making a normal environment round all of the gamers taking part within the match’s competitions.

The primary group included males’s and girls’s desk tennis, volleyball, badminton, judo and athletics, whose competitors ended, wrestling, bow and arrow, the remainder of the karate staff, weightlifting, whose participation ended, tennis, boxing and basketball 3.x3.

Throughout his reception of the members, the Minister of Youth and Sports activities expressed his happiness with the outcomes of the Egyptian delegation within the Mediterranean Video games, wishing to win extra medals from the remainder of the members..


The Egyptian mission has up to now managed to realize 37 varied medals, 9 gold, 11 silver and 17 bronze..

The Egyptian delegation will take part within the match in 19 sports activities, together with weightlifting, athletics, boxing, weapons, karate, taking pictures, tennis, desk tennis, taekwondo, judo, archery, wrestling, equestrian, sail, handball, basketball, and badminton. Volleyball, gymnastics.

















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