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Egypt's Olympic medals

Sunday 3 Jul 2016
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Amsterdam 1928
El-Sayed Nosseir: Weightlifting (Light-heavyweight), gold medal
Ibrahim Moustapha: Wrestling (Light-heavyweight), gold medal
Farid Simaika: Diving (10 m platform), silver medal
Farid Simaika: Diving (3m springboard), bronze medal

Berlin 1936
Anwar Mesbah: Weightlifting (lightweight), gold medal
Khadr El-Touny: Weightlifting (middleweight), gold medal
Saleh Soliman: Weightlifting (featherweight), silver medal
Ibrahim Shams: Weightlifting (featherweight), bronze medal
Ibrahim Wasif: Weightlifting (Light-heavyweight), bronze medal

London 1948
Ibrahim Shams: Weightlifting (lightweight), gold medal
Mahmoud Fayad: Weightlifting (featherweight), gold medal
Attia Hamouda: Weightlifting (lightweight), silver medal
Mahmoud Ali: Wrestling (Bantamweight), silver medal
Ibrahim Orabi: Wrestling (Light-heavyweight), bronze medal

Helsinki 1952
Abdel-Aal Rashed: Wrestling, (featherweight), bronze medal


Roma 1960
Osman Sayed: Wrestling (flyweight), silver medal
Abdel-Monoem El-Gindy, Boxing (flyweight), bronze medal

Los Angeles 1984
Mohamed Rashwan: Judo (Open categories), silver medal

Athens 2004
Karam Gaber: Wrestling (84Kg-96Kg), gold medal
Mohamed Aly: Boxing (Super heavyweight), silver medal
Ahmed Ismail: Boxing (Light-heavyweight), bronze medal
Mohamed El-Sayed: Boxing (heavyweight), bronze medal
Tamer Bayoumi: Taekwondo (-51Kg), bronze medal

Beijing 2008
Hesham Mesbah: Judo, (middleweight), bronze medal

London 2012
Alaaeldin Abouelkassem: Fencing, silver medal
Karam Gaber: Wrestling (84Kg), silver medal

Rio 2016
Sara Ahmed Samir: Weightlifting (-69kg), bronze medal
Mohamed Ihab: Weightlifting (-77kg), bronze medal
Hedaya Malak: Taekwondo (-57kg), bronze medal

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