Seven days after the Tokyo Olympics, 4 Arab countries crowned one gold, including one for Tunisia (in pictures)


The Arab missions participating in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, which will continue until the eighth of next August, continued fasting for the fourth day in a row, so that the outcome of the Arab teams stopped at 6 various medals, won by 4 Arab countries: Tunisia, Jordan, Kuwait, and Egypt, where today also did not witness any coronation For Arab teams in various games.

Tunisia leads the Arab countries participating in the tournament, by winning two gold medals for golden swimmer Ahmed El Hefnawi in the 400m freestyle, and silver for player Mohamed Jendoubi, in taekwondo.

On the other hand, Jordan succeeded in snatching a silver medal in Taekwondo, through the 22-year-old champion, Saleh Al-Sharbati.

In the same sport in which the Arab teams succeeded in winning four medals, the Egyptian player Hedaya Malak and her compatriot Seif Issa won two bronze medals.

In archery, Kuwait succeeded in snatching a bronze by veteran Abdullah Al-Rashidi (58 years).

It is expected that some sports, especially athletics, in the coming days will bring good news to the Arabs, with expectations of winning various medals in different categories.

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