The ranking of the Arab countries winning medals in the Olympics .. "7 did not taste the taste of victory!"

15 Arab countries have managed to win medals in the history of their participation in the Olympic Games, led by Egypt with 32 medals (7 gold, 10 silver and 15 bronze), followed by Morocco with 23 medals (5 gold, 6 silver and 12 bronze) and Algeria with 17 medals (5 gold and 4 bronze). silver and 8 bronze), while seven countries could not taste the taste of joy on the Olympic podium, "the most important sporting event in the world".

Ranking in the Olympics is measured by the number of gold medals, then silver, then bronze, and not by the total number of medals, which put Jordan in eighth place, despite winning one gold medal, surpassing Lebanon, which won four medals (two silver and two bronze), which in turn also advanced over Qatar, the winner of 5 Medals (a silver and 4 bronze).

Today, Friday, the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics, postponed from last year due to the outbreak of the Corona virus, began, and the current version is witnessing the participation of more than 11,000 athletes from 205 countries for about two weeks.

The ranking of Arab countries and the number of medals won during the history of their participation in the Olympic Games since its inception.

Ranking of Arab countries with achievements in the history of the Olympics:

Egypt: 32 medals (7 gold, 10 silver, 15 bronze)

Morocco: 23 medals (5 gold, 6 silver, 12 bronze)

Algeria: 17 medals (5 gold, 4 silver, 8 bronze)

Tunisia: 13 medals (4 gold, 2 silver, 7 bronze)

Bahrain: 3 medals (gold, silver and bronze)

Syria: 3 medals (gold, silver and bronze)

UAE: 2 medals (gold and bronze)

Jordan: one (gold)

Lebanon: 4 medals (2 silver and 2 bronze)

Qatar: 5 medals (silver and 4 bronze)

Saudi Arabia: 3 (silver and two bronze)

Sudan: a medal (silver)

Kuwait: two medals (two bronze)

Iraq: a medal (bronze)

Djibouti: a medal (bronze)

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