Weightlifting at the 2011 Pan Arab Games

At the 2011 Pan Arab Games, the weightlifting events were held at Al Dana Hall in Doha, Qatar from 13–17 December. A total of 13 events were contested.[1]

Medal summary

[2]

Men

Event Gold Silver Bronze
-56kg  Suhail Al Kulaibi (OMA)  Mansour Al-Saleem (KSA)  Yasir Al-Hamadani (IRQ)
-62kg  Karrar Kadhum (IRQ)  Ahmed Saad (EGY)  Mohammed Ali (IRQ)
-69kg  Mohamed Abdelbaki (EGY)  Hamza Jomni (TUN)  Ali Al Eduhailib (KSA)
-77kg  Ibrahim Abdelbaki (EGY)  Amir Belhout (ALG)  Marwan Abdussalam (LBA)
-85kg  Ragab Abdalla (EGY)  Tarek Abdelazim (EGY)  Safaa Al-Jumaili (IRQ)
-94kg  Gaber Mohamed (EGY)  Mohamed Doghmane (TUN)  Riyadh Al-Tameemi (IRQ)
-105kg  Ibrahim Moursi (EGY)  Husam Hamada (PLE)  Mohamed Ben Said (LBA)
+105kg  Abdelrahman Mohamed Elsayed (EGY)  Hassan Alhusaini (KUW)  Issa Ibrahim Al Ansari (QAT)

Women

Event Gold Silver Bronze
-48kg  Noof Omar (YEM)
-53kg  Soumaya Fatnassi (TUN)  Kenza Filali (ALG)  Asmahan Elayyan (JOR)
-58kg  Nadia Hosni (TUN)  Alya Agalain (SUD) Vacant
-75kg  Abir Khalil (EGY)  Mohasin Mohamed (SUD)  Abbas Yasmin (UAE)
+75kg  Nahla Mohamed (EGY)  Touria Kendouci (ALG)  Rola Ali (JOR)

Doping

One athlete from Weightlifting was caught using performance-enhancing drugs.[3] Silver medalist Ayecha Albalooshi from United Arab Emirates who participated in Women's -58kg was caught and stripped of her medal. The bronze medalist has since been upgraded to silver, however as all of the other participants weren't able to finish the event no one has been upgraded to bronze.[4]

Medal table

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Egypt82010
2 Tunisia2204
3 Iraq1045
4 Oman1001
5 Algeria0303
6 Sudan0202
7 Saudi Arabia0112
8 Kuwait0101
 Palestine0101
10 Jordan0022
 Libya0022
12 Qatar0011
 United Arab Emirates0011
Totals (13 nations)12121135

References

  1. Weightlifting. ArabGames2011. Retrieved on 2011-12-18.
  2. Athletes Test Posivtive for Doping at Arab Games The Daily Star. Retrieved on 2011-12-23.
  3. Weightlifting. ArabGames2011. Retrieved on 2011-12-23.
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