Egypt in the Tokyo Paralympics.. Al-Zayat qualifies for the taekwondo final


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Thursday 2 September 2021

01:45 AM


Dear visitors of Yallakora, a few days separate us from the end of the Paralympic Games “Tokyo 2020”, and the participation of the Egyptian mission continues.

The Egyptian mission has so far won 6 medals, 4 silver and 2 bronze, in weightlifting.

And we offer you a direct follow-up to the Egyptian mission’s competitions today:

2.24 am

Aya Tawfiq participated in the women’s 400m freestyle individual swimming competition S6 – Qualifiers.

Aya Tawfiq achieved sixth place “before last” in the ranking of the first liquidation, with a time of 6:06.56 minutes.

No Tawfiq succeeded in securing a place for her in the final, after she occupied the 12th “penultimate” place in the overall standings.

The best 8 numbers in the playoffs qualify for the final.

3.49 am

Youssef El-Sayed participated in the men’s 50m freestyle swimming competition S3 – Qualifiers.

Youssef El-Sayed came in the eighth “last” place in the second liquidation, with a time of 1:03.46 minutes.

Youssef El-Sayed did not succeed in qualifying for the final of the competition, after he ranked 15th in the overall standings.

The best 8 numbers in the playoffs qualify for the final.

4.15 am

Muhammad Al-Zayat participated in the 61kg taekwondo competitions for men K44 – round of 16.

Mohamed El-Zayat qualified for the quarter-finals after defeating Spaniard Alvarez Vidal.

(Details from here)

6.15 am

Muhammad Al-Zayat Taekwondo competitions, men’s 61 kg, K44 – Round of 8.

Mohamed Al-Zayat continued his brilliant career in the Tokyo Paralympics, after defeating the French champion Kong Bukha (20-10) in the quarter-finals of the Parataekwondo competition in the 61kg weight category.

(Details from here)

8.30 am

The Egyptian national volleyball team faces Germany in the match to determine the fifth and sixth place.

The Egyptian team managed to defeat its German opponent 3-2 in the number of games in the meeting to determine the fifth and sixth place in the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020.

(Details from here)

9.00 am

Ahmed El-Dakrouri singles competitions “Badminton” – the second round in the group stage.

Ahmed El-Dakrouri, the Egyptian badminton player, lost his second match in the second group.

El-Dakrouri suffered the second loss at the hands of the Japanese champion, with a score of two games without a response (21-5/21-4).

Al-Dakrouri had lost in the opening match against his Malaysian champion, with a score of 2-0, and the results of the matches were as follows: “21-3, 21-2”.

It is scheduled to meet El-Dakrouri in the next round with his counterpart, the Taiwanese champion, in the meeting scheduled for him tomorrow, Friday.

11:15

Mohamed El-Zayat, a player of the Egyptian Paralympic Taekwondo team, won the silver medal in the 61kg weight category, at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.

(Details from here)

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