Meet the Egyptians Who Are Making Us Proud at Rio 2016 Paralympics Games
Egyptians have a reason to be proud as our athletes participating in Rio 2016 Paralympics Games have been a true inspiration to us all. If you haven’t been following it that much lately, worry no more, because we’ll fix that.
Rehab Ahmed wins a silver medal
رفعة الفضة للبطلة رحاب احمد 🙂 pic.twitter.com/6Y5eO4rl4z
— أيمن بدوي (@ayman_mtc81) September 10, 2016
Just a few hours ago, the 25-year-old power-lifter, Rehab Ahmed, won a silver medal in the Powerlifting Women’s -50 kg event. You go, Rehab!
Sherif Osman wins a gold medal
This record-breaking champion has won Egypt’s first gold medal yesterday in the Men’s Powerlifting 59 kg event. He has a history of gold medals that dates back to London 2012 games. “I’m in the middle of the road because I have a big dream of winning six gold medals in the Paralympic Games,” Osman said to the Paralympics media team.
Ibrahim Hamdtou, the only table tennis player with no hands
Hamdtou hasn’t won any medals yet, but he is without a doubt an inspiration to everyone in the whole world who want to follow their dream. “I’m just happy that I came from Egypt to be here at the Paralympics, and I’ve gotten to play against a champion,” he told AFP.
WE SAID THIS: We are so proud, 3ash ya abtaaal!