Egyptian runner Hamada Mohamed qualifies for 800m semis

Ahram Online , Friday 12 Aug 2016

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Egyptian runner Hamada Mohamed has reached the 800m semi-finals after finishing fourth in heat two at 1:46.65 minutes on Friday.

The 23-year-old athlete finished 16th in the overall ranking and will take part in the semi-finals on Saturday at 3:05 Cairo time.

Olympic and world champion David Rudisha of Kenya finished first as expected and timed 1:45.09m.

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