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CAIRO (Egypt)- Algerian men's team have qualified for the final of the African badminton championship's team events after they beat South Africa (3-0) in a semifinal held Wednesday in Cairo, Egypt.
CAIRO (Egypt)- Algerian men's badminton team dominated their Ugandan counterparts winning the game 5-0 on the second day (team events) of the African championships Tuesday in Cairo, Egypt.
NICE (France)- Algerian swimmer Jawad Syoud won Monday a silver medal in the 200m medley, at the international meeting of Nice, France.
TANGER (Morocco)-Algerian karatekas on Sunday won 12 medals (4 gold, 6 silver and 6 bronze) at the Africa Karate Do Championships (juniors and seniors) held in Tanger (Morocco).
ALGIERS- The Algerian senior men’s team won Saturday the African title in the Greco-Roman wrestling event with a total of six medals (6 gold, 3 silver and 1 bronze), as part of the fifth day of the African Wrestling Championships (all categories), held at the Olympic Complex Mohamed Boudiaf, in Algiers.
TANGIER (Morocco)- Algerian karatekas won Saturday five medals (3 gold and 2 silver) in junior events at the African Karate-Do Championships (cadets, juniors, seniors), to run until February 9 in Tangier, Morocco.
TANGIER (Morocco)- Algerian karateka Yanis Tas won Friday the bronze medal in the junior individual Kata of the Africa Championships, held until 9 February in Tangier, in Morocco.
TUNIS (Tunisia)- Three Algerian technicians, including a woman, have joined the committees of the Confederation of African tennis (CAT) for the years 2020 and 2021, the continental body told APS Wednesday.
SHARJAH (United Arab Emirates) – Algeria’s Birtouta Olympic club karatekas, Safia Dine (-68 kg) and Renda Mekdas (-61 kg), won the gold medals of their respective categories on Monday at the 5th Arab Women Games taking place in Sharjah (United Arab Emirates).
ALGIERS- Head of the Algerian Federation of Associated Wrestling Styles (FALA) Rabah Chebbah said Sunday that the Algerian teams will participate in the African Championships (cadets, juniors, seniors), scheduled from 4 to 9 February in Algiers, with the goal of “achieving better results than the previous edition,” organized in Hammamet in Tunisia.