TARRAGONA (Spain)- Karateka Walid Bouabaoub won Saturday Algeria's first medal at the Mediterranean Games in Tarragona, Spain, as he won a bronze in the -75kg events in Cambrils.
ALGIERS- Minister of Youth and Sports Mohamed Hattab affirmed Thursday that Algeria is “completely ready” to host 2021 Mediterranean Games in Oran and that works are progressing according to a predetermined time schedule, agreed upon with all the other sectors.”
ALGIERS- A tennis tournament bringing together the members of the diplomatic corps in Algeria will be held Friday and Saturday on the courts of the hotel Sheraton Club-des-Pins, Algiers.
TUNIS (Tunisia)- Algerian tennis player Ines Ibbou qualified Wednesday for the second round of the professional tournament "Hammamet Open" taking place in Tunisia (June 20-25), after she won 2-0 against British Alice Gillan.
NAIROBI- Algeria’s tennis team defeated Uganda (2-1) on the second day of Davis Cup 2018(Group III of Africa Zone), played Wednesday in Nairobo (Kenya).
ALGIERS- African boxing vice champion Reda Benbaziz will be Algeria's standard bearer in the opening ceremony of the 18th Mediterranean Games in the Spanish coastal city of Tarragone (June 22 – July 1), the head of the Algerian delegation Hassiba Boulmerka said.
ALGIERS- Algeria will take part at the Mediteranean Games 2018, scheduled from 22 June to 1 July in Tarragona, with 233 athletes in 24 events, announced Monday, in Algiers, Hassiba Boulmerka, head of the Algerian delegation to Spain, hoping that they will “succeed in representing Algeria worthily despite an inadequate preparation.”
ROME-Algerian sprinter Slimane Moula won the bronze medal in the 400m race under the Mediterranean Athletics U23 Championships which wrapped up Sunday evening in Jesolo (Italy).
ALGIERS-The Algerian women football team on Sunday qualified to the Africa Women Cup of Nations 2018 in Ghana after they beat their Ethiopian counterpart (3-2) in a match played in Addis Ababa.
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.