2019 World Swimming Championships: Egypt's Samy finishes 32nd in the 200m Medley

Ahram Online , Wednesday 24 Jul 2019

The World Championships this year are being held in Gwangju, South Korea

France's David Aubry (top) and Italy's Gabriele Detti (C) compete in the final of the men's 800m freestyle event during the swimming competition at the 2019 World Championships at Nambu University Municipal Aquatics Center in Gwangju, South Korea, on July 24, 2019 AFP

Egyptian swimmer Mohamed Samy failed to impress in his second event at the current World Championships in Gwangju, South Korea, after finishing 32nd in the 200m Medley event Wednesday.

Samy timed 2:02.57 minutes to finish 5th in heat 3 and 32nd in the overall heats ranking.

On Monday, Samy finished 39th in the overall heats ranking of the 100m backstroke, timing 55.87 seconds.

Previous results:

In the men's 50m breaststroke, Youssef El-Kamash finished 24th in the heats, timing 27.62 seconds on Tuesday.

In the men's 800m freestyle, Marwan El-Kamash finished 26th in the heats, timing 8:07.97 minutes on Tuesday.

In the men's 100m backstroke, Samy finished 39th in the overall heats ranking, timing 55.87 seconds on Monday.

In the men's 50m butterfly, Abdel-Rahman Sameh qualified for the semifinals after finishing 15th in the heats, timing 23.54 seconds on Sunday. Later on Sunday, he recorded 23.68 in the semis to finish in 16th place.

In the men's 100m breaststroke, Youssef El-Kamash finished 31st in the heats, timing 1:01.24 minutes on Sunday.

In the women's 100m butterfly, Farida Osman ranked 17th in the heats, timing 58.43 seconds on Sunday.

In the men's 400m freestly, Marwan El-Kamash finished 23rd in the heats, timing 3:52.21 minutes on Sunday.

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