Farida Osman wins the gold medal at the US Open Swimming...

Farida Osman wins the gold medal at the US Open Swimming...
Farida Osman wins the gold medal at the US Open Swimming...
Egyptian swimmer Farida Othman succeeded in crowning the gold medal of the American Open Swimming Championship in the 50-meter freestyle at a time of 10.25, in a historic achievement for Egyptian swimming despite the “Corona” crisis sweeping the world and affecting all sports. Swimmer Marwan Al-Qamah qualified for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics after breaking the qualifying record for the 800-meter freestyle race, winning first place in the US Open Swimming Championships.

Ashraf Sobhy, Minister of Youth and Sports, congratulated Farida Othman after winning the gold medal in the American championship, the player Marwan Al-Qashem, qualifying for the Olympics, as well as the Egyptian Swimming Federation for the efforts made in the manner of training, the players’ preparations for international tournaments, and their achievement of impressive results in various competitions.
The Minister of Youth and Sports indicated to support the sports federations, in coordination with the Egyptian Olympic Committee, and to support all male and female players, and to follow up their preparations for various competitions in light of the keenness to continue the achievements that Egyptian sports are witnessing during the current period.

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