Sunday 12 December 2021
Egyptian weightlifter Mohamed Ehab withdrew from the jerk competitions at the World Weightlifting Championships currently being held in Uzbekistan, due to his injury.
Muhammad Ehab was injured in his third attempt in the 81 kg snatch competition, while trying to lift 164 kg, but he was unsuccessful and suffered a shoulder injury during his attempt.
Ehab succeeded in his first attempt, which was to lift 161 kg, but he failed in the second attempt, in the weight of 164, before he failed in the third, at the weight of 164, which he sustained an injury.
Thus, Mohamed Ehab is satisfied with achieving seventh place in the snatching competitions, weighing 81 kg, while he withdrew from the jerk competitions.
The International Weightlifting Federation sent a letter to the Egyptian Federation for the game stating that the suspension was lifted from Egypt and the national team’s right to participate in the international activity of weightlifting, after paying the fines imposed on the Egyptian side.
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