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Archive for May, 2012
Travelling around 3 north african countries – Morroco, Algeria, Tunisia
Thirty-three Algerian from 11 disciplines have already qualified for the London 2012 Sumer Olympics to start July 27 and the list could be further enlarged in the following weeks as many athletes are still chasing the qualifying standards.
London 2012 Summer Olympics start July 27 and the list can be further enlarged because the qualification rounds have not ended.
List of qualified athletes:
Athletics: Souad Aït-Salem Mahour-Bacha and Tayeb Fillali (Marathon).
Rowing: Rouba Amina (Skiff),
Boxing: Mohamed Flissi (49kg), Samir Brahimi (52kg), Mohamed-Amine Ouadahi (57kg), Abdelkader Chadi (60kg), Ilyas Abbadi (69kg), Abdelmalek Rahou (75kg), Chouaïb Bouloudinat (91kg) and Abdelhafid Benchebla (81kg).
Cycling: Azzedine Laâgab
Judo: Soraya Haddad (52kg) and Sonia Asselah (78kg).
Taekwondo: Lyamine Mokdad (54kg),
Weight lifting: Walid Bidani (105kg),
Wrestling: Tarek-Aziz Banaïssa (55kg) and Mohamed Serrir (66kg),
Pistol Shooting: Amine Adjabi( qualified through wildcard)
Fencing: Léa Moutoussami and Anissa Khelfaoui
Volleyball: twelve players of the women’s national team
in other news
Fencing is making a comeback in Libya, after it was banned along with other sports deemed as violent, such as boxing and wrestling, during ousted leader Muammer Qaddafi’s reign.