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Players take care of almost all training budgets on their own, says Egyptian triathlete
Sharkia team played six games before the final round, in which the team won five, and tied in one.
The British Press took great interest in the Egyptian champion’s win, and put the spotlight on the young boxer, praising him and his accomplishment.
The competition between Southampton and Manchester United was also a tough one. Prior to the match, Southampton was in 3rd place at the Premier League and Manchester United was in 4th place.
The world’s number four player, Ashour, beat the world number one, Elshorbagy, in a match that lasted 90 minutes
By James M. Dorsey Morocco’s refusal to host next month’s 2014 African Cup of Nations football tournament out of fear that it could import the Ebola virus from West Africa spotlights complex relations between the continent’s Arab and sub-Saharan nations as well as the non-transparent inner workings of the Confederation of African Football (CAF), a …
By James M. Dorsey The International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) has warned Iran that it would be stripped of its right to host the 2015 Under-19 men’s world volleyball championship if it bans women from attending matches. The warning signals a new assertiveness driven by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to make adherence to human, gender, …
Offering a $150,000 prize-fund, the 2014 championship will be hosted by the Wadi Degla club in December, following three days’ of qualifying
Ahmed Gabr reaches depth of 332.35 metres in 14 hours
University student to spend five months travelling over 8,000 kilometres by bicycle and film his journey
Diver Ahmed Gabr is preparing for a 350-metre dive in Dahab in September – 31.5 metres deeper than any diver on record
Teams fight for the final qualification spots in the group stage as we set up for the knockout round
Fifteen year-old overcomes top seed to claim third title
By James M. Dorsey British weekly’s, The Sunday Times, disclosure of millions of documents allegedly revealing Qatari vote buying in the Gulf state’s successful bid to host the 2022 World Cup could alter the Gulf’s fragile balance of power. It could also reverse hopes that Qatar would initiate significant social change in the region, and return the worst corruption …
By James M. Dorsey A long awaited and much hyped announcement on a reform of 2022 World Cup host Qatar in response to condemnation of its controversial kafala or labour sponsorship system has sparked more questions than answers and costs the Gulf state an opportunity to gain the upper hand in a bruising debate that …
Al-Ahly go top of their CAF Confederation Cup mini league after a 2-0 win over Nkana in Cairo
Results in Group 2 set up an exciting end to the season, Al-Ahly look to secure a playoff spot in Group 1
Once you get used to the desert, sandboarding is accessible, fun and different
Five Egyptians reach last eight on home turf
Al-Zamalek are looking to play catch up in Group 2 when they face Al-Minya on Thursday
Egyptian No.1 stays on course to retain El Gouna International title
Ga Sabry, whose only previous appearance in the main draw of a PSA World Series event was a first round exit in the 2013 World Championships, impressed on the Red Sea resort of El Gouna
Egyptian teenager Nour El Sherbini claimed the biggest Women’s Squash Association World Tour title of her career
Attention turns to domestic league as three Egyptian teams exit African competitions
Thousands of fans turn out to support their BPL teams at “the ultimate fan experience” event
England’s Laura Massaro won 11-7, 6-11, 11-9, 5-11, 11-9.
18-year-old world No27 from Alexandria beat Malaysian world No1 4-11, 11-9, 11-6, 2-11, 11-9
African football federation distances itself from decision to block fans from stadium and resulting clashes with security
Highs and lows for Egyptian Squash players