Marwan Al-Kamash Named Best African Athlete After Winning Gold in All-Africa Games

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Egyptian swimmer Marwan Al-Kamash won the title of Best African Athlete following an outstanding performance that secured a total of five gold medals and two silver medals in Acra. Upon his return to Egypt Al-Qamash received multiple honors. He is now training in the United States with renowned coach Mark Schubert for the Paris 2024 Olympics. Over his career, Al-Kamash has achieved several accolades, including qualifying for the Olympics three times. He also won several championships at the Arab, African, and international levels for Egypt. Egypt dominated the 13th All-Africa Games, which took place in Accra, Ghana between 8 and 13 March 2024, with 192 medals, 102 of them gold.  Following closely behind, Nigeria secured 120 medals, and South Africa came in third place with 106. The media center of the Egyptian Olympic Committee announced on Saturday, 23 March, that the Egyptian delegation surpassed the achievement of the previous edition of the African Games held in Morocco in 2019, Egypt clinched 94 gold medals. Minister of Youth and Sports Ashraf Sobhi stated that Egypt’s remarkable achievements in sports reaffirm the nation’s consistent advancement. He emphasized the importance of ongoing, scientifically-driven…

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