Al-Ahram Weekly - Sports

Gold metal

Egypt came first in the men’s junior epee team at the World Championships in Dubai, reports Inas Mazhar

Citizen coach

An Egyptian has been named the new coach of the national football team, ending speculation that the job might have gone to another foreigner after the departure of Carlos Queiroz, writes Alaa Abdel-Ghani

Tennis ace

Egypt’s Mayar Sherif clinched her second WTA 125 title at the AnyTech365 Andalucía Open, reports Inas Mazhar

Ahly’s newest goal

The Cairo giants are in the quarter-finals of the African Champions League where they are attempting to become the first club to win the title for the third time in a row, reports Alaa Abdel-Ghani

Egyptian gold in a new format

Egypt claimed the gold medal in the mixed relay at the Pentathlon World Cup held in Cairo.

Egypt World Cup hopes dashed

The African champions defeated Egypt to go to their second consecutive World Cup, reports Alaa Abdel-Ghani

Kick-off at AUC

For the first time, the Modern Pentathlon World Cup One will be held at the American University in Cairo, reports Inas Mazhar

Salah must make up his mind

The Egyptian football star will have to decide whether to remain at Liverpool or go elsewhere, writes Alaa Abdel-Ghani

Up, down, and out

In African football tournaments, one Egyptian team is in the quarter-finals, another is hanging in there and a third was knocked out, reports Abeer Anwar

Hosts fire blanks

Egypt’s guns fell silent as the Rifle/Pistol World Cup concluded in Cairo, reports Inas Mazhar

Back to the past

Zamalek hope the return of coach Jesualdo Ferreira will give them a shot in the arm, reports Alaa Abdel-Ghani

Coming back

Egyptians Mohamed Al-Shorbagi and teammate Nour Al-Sherbini came from behind to be crowned the PSA World Tour Squash On Fire Open title winners in Washington DC.

Ready to duel

Egypt is all set to host the Fencing World Cup on Friday.

Ahly’s triple

The Cairo giants claimed the bronze medal in the FIFA Club World Cup for the third time, reports Inas Mazhar

Maiden host but losing effort

Egypt’s Zamalek basketball team lost their two matches in the FIBA Intercontinental Cup played in Cairo, reports Abeer Anwar

Senegal wins and so does Egypt

The Senegalese hoisted the AFCON trophy for the first time after Egypt could not clear the final hurdle in what was an otherwise remarkable journey, writes Alaa Abdel-Ghani

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