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PHOTO GALLERY: Syrian Sports Academy in Egypt eye Olympics


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Syrian refugee Adel Bazmawi (R) and Amir al-Awad (C), the cofounders of the Syrian Sports Academy, teach students at the academy in Egypt's second city of Alexandria on January 4, 2018.
The academy is squeezed into just 30 square metres (320 square feet), in a modestly equipped hall at the bottom of a residential building in the Alexandria neighbourhood. The academy's founders began the project in 2016 with just 3,000 AFP
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Syrian refugee Adel Bazmawi, 21, a co-founder and coach of the Syrian Sports Academy, teaches students at the academy in Egypt's second city of Alexandria on January 4, 2018 AFP
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Syrian refugee Amir al-Awad (R) watches as Adel Bazmawi (C) teaches martial arts to youth at the academy in Egypt's second city of Alexandria on January 4, 2018 AFP
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Syrian refugee Amir al-Awad (R) watches as Adel Bazmawi (L) teaches martial arts to youth at the academy in Egypt's second city of Alexandria on January 4, 2018 AFP
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Syrian refugee Amir al-Awad (white), the cofounder of the Syrian Sports Academy, watches as students train at the academy in Egypt's second city of Alexandria on January 4, 2018 AFP
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Syrian refugee Amir al-Awad (R), the founder of the Syrian Sports Academy, teaches martial arts to youth at the academy in Egypt's second city of Alexandria on January 4, 2018 AFP
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Syrian refugee Amir al-Awad (white) and Adel Bazmawi, the founders of the Syrian Sports Academy, train at the academy in Egypt's second city of Alexandria on January 4, 2018 AFP
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Syrian refugee Adel Bazmawi, 21, a co-founder and coach of the Syrian Sports Academy, works at a restaurant in Egypt's second city of Alexandria on January 4, 2018 AFP
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Syrian refugee Adel Bazmawi, the cofounder of the Syrian Sports Academy, teaches students at the academy in Egypt's second city of Alexandria on January 4, 2018 AFP
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Syrian refugee Adel Bazmawi, 21, a co-founder and coach of the Syrian Sports Academy, works at a restaurant in Egypt's second city of Alexandria on January 4, 2018 AFP
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Syrian refugee Amir al-Awad (R) watches as Adel Bazmawi (L) teaches martial arts to a youth at the academy in Egypt's second city of Alexandria on January 4, 2018 AFP
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Syrian refugee Amir al-Awad (R) watches as Adel Bazmawi (L) teaches martial arts to a youth at the academy in Egypt's second city of Alexandria on January 4, 2018 AFP
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