Rio 2016 day 4 summary: Ahmed Ragab finishes 22nd in Sailing race 2, boxer Walid eliminated from preliminary round

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

Ahram Online , Monday 8 Aug 2016
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Tonci Stipanovic (CRO) of Croatia, Sergey Komissarov (RUS) of Russia, Finn Lynch (IRL) of Ireland, Benjamin Vadnai (HUN) of Hungary and Ahmed Ragab (EGY) of Egypt compete during the first Sailing race. (REUTERS)

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23:40 Boxer Mohamed Walid Seddiq lost to Josh Kelly from Great Britain 3-0 in the preliminary round of the 69 kg event.

20:50 Ahmed Ragab ended Race 2 in the 22nd place timing 47:30 minutes.

20:20 Egypt shooter  Ahmed Kamar missed out on the chance of competing for a bronze medal after finishing fifth. Having earlier qualified for the semis, he lost a duel against Britain's Edward Ling. He failed to reach the final after managing 12 successful hits out of 15. 

19:45 Ahmed Ragab ended Race 1 in the 36th rank, as he is currently competing in Race 2.

17:20 Egypt shooter Ahmed Kamar has qualified for the Trap Men's Semi-finals after finishing fourth with 119 hits recorded, while fellow Abdel-Aziz Mehelba has been eliminated after finishing in 24th rank. 

16:25 Egyptian Judo contender Mohamed Mohyeldein has been eliminated from the round of 32 by veteran Mongolia's Odbayar Ganbaatar, who won 10 World Cup medals since 2010. 

15:15 Egypt shooter Hamada Talaat, who has been embroiled in the controversial Saudi flag issue, has been eliminated from the 10m Air rifle Men's Qualification after finishing in 39th ranking.

14:10 Egyptian fencer Nada Hafez loses to Venezuela's Alejandra Benitez Romero 15-11 at the Women's Sabre individual Table of 64

3:00 Egypt handball Olympic team kicks off Rio 2016 campaign with a 26-27 loss to Slovenia in Group B Preliminary round.

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