Egyptian Swimmer Farida Osman Has Been Slaying 2019

Egyptian swimmer, Farida Osman, makes headlines for what seems to be the 100th time for winning silver medal in 50 m butterfly at the World Cup Swimming Championships, as part of preparation for the Olympic Games in Tokyo 2020.

Osman has had an impressive year of consecutive wins. Last April, the 24-year-old swimmer broke another record – previously held by Kelsi Dahlia – for a 50m fly with a 25.65 at the Pro Swim Series in Richmond, Virginia.

Last year was anything but slow for our Egyptian pride. Osman won silver medal in 100m butterfly event at the Mediterranean Games. This came shortly after winning Egypt’s first ever Swimming World Championships medal.

The 2017 Best African female athlete and University of California, Berkeley graduate took to social media to share her excitement to represent Egypt in 5th World Championships this summer.

WE SAID THIS: Best of luck, Farida.

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