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Rio 2016 Day 14 summary: Egypt synchronized swimming team finishes seventh in finals, Haydi last in modern pentathlon

Ahram Online provides a summary of how Egyptian athletes fared on Friday

Ahram Online , Friday 19 Aug 2016
Synchronized Swimming
Team Egypt competes in the Teams Free Routine final during the synchronised swimming event at the Maria Lenk Aquatics at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro on August 19, 2016. (AFP)
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23:55 Egypt's diver Mohab El-Kordi finishes 28th, in the last place, of the men's 10m platform preliminary. 

23:50 Haydi Morsi finishes 28th in the combined running/shooting event with 496 points. Her overall rank is 36th in last place. 

23:20 The combined running/shooting event gets underway. 

23:10 The modern pentathlon's combined running/shooting event is delayed. Meanwhile, Egypt's diver Mohab El-Kordi is competing in the men's 10m platform preliminary.

21:20 Haydi Morsi will take part in the modern pentathlon's combined running/shooting at 23:00 Cairo local time. 

21:15 Egypt's Haydi Morsi eliminated in the women's riding show jumping of the modern pentathlon, finishing with zero points. She fails to add to the 184 points that she scored in the fencing bonus round earlier today. 

19:50 Egypt's Haydi Morsi finished 35th on 184 points in the modern pentathlon Women's Fencing Bonus round.

19:40 Egypt's Haydi Morsi is currently 26th in the women's fencing bonus round.

18:00 Egypt's synchronized swimming team has finished seventh with an overall 155.5505 points in the Finals.

17:20 Modern Pentathlon's Haydi Morsi has finished sixth in Women's Swimming Heat 1 on 262 points, ranked 36th (the last).

17:10 Egypt's synchronized swimming team have claimed 78.5567 points in the Free Routine, an overall 155.5505.

16:45 Egypt's synchronized swimming team will begin contesting the Team's Free Routine after 15 minutes.

15:10  Seham El-Sawalhi has lost 4-3 to her Ivorian counterpart in the round of 16.

15:05  Seham El-Sawalhi is currently leading 2-1 after two rounds.

14:27 Egypt's Taekwondoist Seham El-Sawalhi  will start contesting in a few minutes.

14:15 Canoer  Karim Emad El-Sayed has been eliminated from Kayak Men's Single 200m Heats after finishing eighth with 37.294 seconds.

14:00 Canoer Karim Emad El-Sayed is to begin contesting his Kayak Men's single 200m shortly.

13:00 El-Sawahli is not expected to face a stiff challenge in Gbagbi, but she will likely be heading for a heavy clash with the 2013 World Champion Haby Niare in the next round. 

11:15 Egypt's Taekwondoist Seham El-Sawalhi will be hopeful of a quarter-final berth when she takes on Ivory Coast's Marie Christelle Gbagbi in the women's 67kg round of 16 at 14:30 Cairo local time

10:45 Karim Emad El-Sayed will kick off Friday's events for Egyptians when he takes part in the Canoe Men's Kayak Single 200m Heats at 14:15 Cairo local time.

00:00 Egypt's Hedaya Malak won the bronze medal in the women's Taekwondo -57kg category after beating Raheleh Asemani of Belgium by the golden kick early on Friday.

Check the full schedule and results of all Egyptian athletes

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