Egypt at the 2005 Mediterranean Games

Egypt (EGY) competed at the 2005 Mediterranean Games in Almería, Spain with a total number of 137 participants (113 men and 24 women).

Egypt at the
2005 Mediterranean Games
IOC codeEGY
NOCEgyptian Olympic Committee
in Almería
Medals
Ranked 5th
Gold
15
Silver
10
Bronze
18
Total
43
Mediterranean Games appearances (overview)
  • 1951
  • 1955
  • 1959*
  • 1963*
  • 1967
  • 1971
  • 1975
  • 1979
  • 1983
  • 1987
  • 1991
  • 1993
  • 1997
  • 2001
  • 2005
  • 2009
  • 2013
  • 2018
* As the United Arab Republic

Medals

Gold

Boxing

Karate

  • Men's Middleweight ( 70 kg): Mohamed Shemy
  • Women's Middleweight ( 60 kg): Heba Adly

Wrestling

  • Men's freestyle ( 60 kg): Hassan Ibrahim
  • Men's Greco-Roman ( 60 kg): Ashraf El Gharabaly
  • Men's Greco-Roman ( 84 kg): Mohamed Mohamed
  • Men's Greco-Roman ( 96 kg): Karam Gaber

Silver

Judo

Swimming

Wrestling

  • Men's freestyle ( 120 kg): Hisham Mohamed
  • Men's Greco-Roman ( 55 kg): Mohamed Abou
  • Men's Greco-Roman ( 74 kg): Ahmed Salem

Bronze

Boxing

  • Men's Flyweight ( 51 kg): Mohamed Eliwa
  • Men's Super Heavyweight (+ 91 kg): Bakr Shouman

Judo

Rowing

  • Men's Coxless Pairs: Mohamed Gomaa and El Bakry Yehia

Swimming

Wrestling

  • Men's Freestyle ( 66 kg): Walid El Aal
  • Men's Freestyle ( 84 kg): Mahmoud Attia
  • Men's Freestyle ( 96 kg): Saleh Emara
  • Men's Greco-Roman ( 120 kg): Yasser Sakr
  • Women Freestyle ( 48 kg): Sahar Zayed

Results by event

Boxing

  • Men's Light Flyweight ( 48 kg)
    • Ramadan Rezk Alla
  • Men's Flyweight ( 51 kg)
  • Men's Bantamweight ( 54 kg)
    • Yasin El-Hamid
  • Men's Featherweight ( 57 kg)
    • Tarek Abdel-Aal
  • Men's Super Lightweight ( 64 kg)
    • Saleh Khoulif
  • Men's Welterweight ( 69 kg)
    • Mohamed Mohamed
  • Men's Middleweight ( 75 kg)
  • Men's Light Heavyweight ( 81 kg)
  • Men's Heavyweight ( 91 kg)
    • Ahmed Hefny
  • Men's Super Heavyweight (+ 91 kg)
    • Bakr Shouman

See also

References

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