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PHOTO GALLERY: Taekwondo fighter Hedaya Malak snatches third bronze medal for Egypt


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Hedaya Malak Wahba (EGY) of Egypt celebrates. (Reuters)
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Hedaya Malak Wahba (EGY) of Egypt celebrates. (Reuters)
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Belgium's Raheleh Asemani (L) competes against Egypt's Hedaya Malak Wahba during their womenís taekwondo bronze medal bout in the -57kg category as part of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, on August 18, 2016, at the Carioca Arena 3, in Rio de Janeiro. (AFP)
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Hedaya Malak Wahba of Egypt, right, and Raheleh Asemani of Belgium compete in a women's Taekwondo 57-kg bronze medal final at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016. (AP)
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Hedaya Malak Wahba (EGY) of Egypt competes against Raheleh Asemani (BEL) of Belgium. (Reuters)
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Hedaya Malak Wahba (EGY) of Egypt competes against Raheleh Asemani (BEL) of Belgium. (Reuters)
Rio Olympics
Hedaya Malak Wahba of Egypt, left, celebrates after defeating Raheleh Asemani of Belgium in a women's Taekwondo 57-kg bronze medal final at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016. (AP)
Rio Olympics
Egypt's Hedaya Malak Wahba celebrates after winning against Belgium's Raheleh Asemani in their womenís taekwondo bronze medal bout in the -57kg category as part of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, on August 18, 2016, at the Carioca Arena 3, in Rio de Janeiro. (AFP)
Rio Olympics
Egypt's Hedaya Malak Wahba celebrates after winning against Belgium's Raheleh Asemani in their womenís taekwondo bronze medal bout in the -57kg category as part of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, on August 18, 2016, at the Carioca Arena 3, in Rio de Janeiro. (AFP)
Rio Olympics
Egypt's Hedaya Malak Wahba reacts after winning against Belgium's Raheleh Asemani in their womenís taekwondo bronze medal bout in the -57kg category as part of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, on August 18, 2016, at the Carioca Arena 3, in Rio de Janeiro. (AFP)
Rio Olympics
Hedaya Malak Wahba of Egypt celebrates after winning a women's Taekwondo 57-kg bronze medal final at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016. (AP)
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Hedaya Malak Wahba of Egypt, center, celebrates after winning a women's Taekwondo 57-kg bronze medal final at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016. (AP)
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Hedaya Malak Wahba (EGY) of Egypt and Kimia Alizadeh Zenoorin (IRI) of Iran stand on the podium with their bronze medals. (Reuters)
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Hedaya Malak Wahba (EGY) of Egypt, Kimia Alizadeh Zenoorin (IRI) of Iran, Eva Calvo Gomez (ESP) of Spain and Jade Jones (GBR) of United Kingdom stand on the podium with their medals. (Reuters)
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Hedaya Malak Wahba (EGY) of Egypt, Kimia Alizadeh Zenoorin (IRI) of Iran, Eva Calvo Gomez (ESP) of Spain and Jade Jones (GBR) of United Kingdom stand on the podium with their medals. (Reuters)
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Silver medalist Spain's Eva Calvo Gomez, gold medalist Great Britain's Jade Jones, and bronze medalists Iran's Kimia Alizadeh Zenoorin and Egypt's Hedaya Malak Wahba pose with their medals on the podium after the womenís taekwondo event in the -57kg category as part of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, on August 18, 2016, at the Carioca Arena 3, in Rio de Janeiro. (AFP)
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Hedaya Malak Wahba (EGY) of Egypt celebrates on the podium with her bronze medals. (Reuters)
Rio Olympics
Egypt's Hedaya Malak Wahba poses with her bronze medal on the podium after the womenís taekwondo event in the -57kg category as part of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, on August 18, 2016, at the Carioca Arena 3, in Rio de Janeiro. (AFP)
Rio Olympics
Egypt's Hedaya Malak Wahba poses with her bronze medal on the podium after the womenís taekwondo event in the -57kg category as part of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, on August 18, 2016, at the Carioca Arena 3, in Rio de Janeiro. (AFP)
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19

The medal won by the 23-year-old pushes Egypt's win toll at the Rio 2016 Olympics to three bronzes - weightlifters Mohamed Ihab and Sara Samir picked up the first two last week

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