TUNIS- The Algerian fencing team which snatched eight medals (1 silver and 7 gold) ranked fourth at the African Fencing Championships (sabre, foil and sword), played from 5 to 9 June in Tunis while Egypt was crowned champion ahead of Tunisia and Morocco.
TUNIS- Algerian tennis player Amira Benaissa qualified Thursday evening for the quarter finals of the professional tournament Hammamet Open, held from 2 to 10 June in Tunisia, after beating Brazilian Karolayne Alexandre Da Rosa (2 sets to 0).
LISBON-The Algerian football team bowed to their Portuguese counterpart 3-0 (half-time 2-0) in a friendly match played Thursday night at Luz Stadium in Lisbon.
STOCKHOLM (Sweden)- Algerian women's national goalball team achieved two significant victories on Wednesday, qualifying for the quarter final of the world championship taking place in the Swedish city of Malmo.
TUNIS (Tunisia)- Algerian Hamid Sintas has won a bronze medal in men's foil events at the African Fencing Championships, taking place in El Menzah Sports Palace in Tunis (June 5-9).
TUNIS – Algeria's Abik Bounegab on Wednesday has won the bronze medal in women's sabre event at the 18th African Fencing Championships, taking place in El Menzah Sports Palace in Tunis from 5 to 9 June.
ALGIERS- Four tennis players (two men and two women) will represent Algeria in the Mediterranean Games of Tarragona, to take place in Spain (June 22 – July 1), the Algerian federation governing the sports said Tuesday.
STOCKHOLM (Sweden)- Algerian men's goalball team beat their Argentine counterparts (6-5) Monday, the second day of the world championship taking place in Malmo, Sweden (June 3-9).
TUNIS (Tnisia)- Amira Benaissa and the two sisters Hanine and Yassamine Boudjadi, the three Algerian tennis players competing in the professional tournament Hammamet Open (ITF Women's Circuit), taking place in Tunis (June 2-10), qualified Monday for the final stage.
ALGIERS- Algerian cadet wrestlers won three medals (one gold and two bronze) at Constantin-Alexandru international tournament, held in Bucharest, Romania, from 31 May to 3 June, the Algerian Federation of Associated Wrestling (FALA) told APS on Monday.