Giana Farouk Wins Egypt’s Fourth Medal at Tokyo 2020 Olympics
Giana Farouk, 26, has secured Egypt’s fourth medal on the Tokyo 2020 Olympics within the girls’s karate kumite 61kg occasion. Farouk’s bronze medal achievement marks Egypt’s first ever Olympic Video games medal in karate.
Farouk had booked a spot within the semifinals, guaranteeing her a minimum of a bronze medal, after profitable her first three matches in the course of the occasion.
Although Farouk in the end missed out on gold and silver medals after dropping to China’s Xiaoyan Yin, she nonetheless managed to win a bronze medal.
In accordance with unconfirmed native media stories, Farouk is now set to hold the flag of Egypt on the closing ceremony of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Farouk’s success marks the fourth medal Egypt has gained on the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Video games. Hedaya Malak and Seif Eissa gained Egypt’s first and second medals respectively in taekwondo, whereas Mohamed Elsayed gained Egypt’s third medal in wrestling.
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