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Arab medals in the Olympics 2020

Today, Sunday (the ninth day) of the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics in Japan, resulted in the only Arab medal that went to Qatar, but it is precious.
Qatari champion Mutaz Issa Barshim gifted the Olympic gold medal to his country by winning first place in the high jump, after crossing the crossbar at a height of 2.37 meters from the first attempt, and sharing the gold medal with Italian champion Gianmarco Tampere, who achieved the same number.
Moataz Barshim, 30, won the first Olympic gold medal in his sports career, after the bronze in the 2012 London Olympics, and the silver at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics, in Brazil.
While Mutaz Barshim was awarded the third gold medal for the Arabs and the second for Qatar in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, and the seventh in the history of Qatar’s Olympic participation, including 3 for the Qatari champion.
The following is the table of medals for Arab countries in the “Tokyo 2020” Olympics, after the competitions on Sunday, August 1, 2021:
Diameter :
With two medals
The gold medal for weightlifting was won by the weightlifter Faris Ibrahim
• The gold medal for the high jump won by Moataz Issa Barshim
Tunisia :
One gold and one silver medal
• The gold medal was won by swimmer Ahmed Hafnawy
• The silver medal was won by taekwondo player Ahmed El-Gendoubi
Jordan :
A silver medal won by taekwondo player Saleh Al-Sharbati
Egypt :
A bronze medal was won by Taekwondo player Hedaya Malak, and another bronze by Taekwondo player Saif Issa.
Kuwait :
Bronze medal won by Rami Abdullah Al-Rashidi

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