Monday , May 16 2022

Expression – The Daili – Salim Rebahi, Fethi Nourine and Houd Zourdani in Gold



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Fethi Nourine wins in the final of less than 73 kgFethi Nourine wins in the final of less than 73 kg

151 judokas participate in this tournament, with 98 men and 53 ladies. They represent a total of 29 countries.

Judo Salim Rebahi (-60 kg) won the first Algerian gold medal at the Dakar Open African international tournament that is currently held in Senegal, defeating Saturday's final, Portuguese Felipe Cruze.
Lost in base "D", Algerian cleared from the first two rounds.
He made his direct debut in the third and final round, where he was easily dominated by Malian Doug Theres to qualify in the semifinals. Rebachi met with Morocco Mohamed Yafi, the winner of the group "C", who started by moving ahead, before continuing with the Portuguese in the final. For his part, Judge Fethi Nourine offered Algeria another gold medal, after winning a final of 73 kg in the final, played Saturday in Senegal against his compatriot Abdelkader Mabruk, who was therefore pleased with the money.
In the end, Houd Zourdani offered Algeria another gold medal in this tournament, after winning the 66kg final against Mozambique's Kevin Loforte.
A total of 22 judokas (12 men and 10 women) represent Algeria in this international tournament.
Among the men, besides Rebahi and Zourdani, Algeria is represented by Billel Iagoubi (-60 kg), Ishak Manseri (-60 kg), Mohamed Sofiane Belrekraa (+100 kg), Anouar Abdelkader Hached (+100 kg), Lies Bouiacoub (-100 kg), Mustapha Iasser Bouamar (-100 kg), Abderrahmane Benamadi (-90 kg), Ioucef Mokhtar Zellat (-81 kg), Abdelkader Mabrouk (-73 kg) and Fethi Nourine (-73 kg). In the women's competition, the Algerian federation hired Sonya Assel (+78 kg), Meroua Mammeri (+78 kg), Karima Kechout (-70 kg), Agouar (-63 kg), Amina Belkadi (-63 kg), Kenza Nait Ammar (-63 kg), Iamina Halat (-57 kg), Faiza Aissahine (-52 kg), Meriem Moussa (-52 kg) and Hadjer Mecerem (-48 kg). 151 judokas participate in this tournament, with 98 men and 53 ladies.
They represent a total of 29 countries, including Italy, France, Great Britain, Portugal, Poland, Croatia, Slovenia and the United States.

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