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The pentathlon team ranked third in the team swimming competitions at the World Junior Championships

The Polish national team topped the under-19 swimming competitions in the team relay, during the World Junior and Women's Modern Pentathlon Championships, which will be held in Alexandria from 13 to 20 September.


The Polish team came in first, consisting of Klimek Makej and Michael Jablonski, with a total of 328 points, while the French team came in second place, consisting of Labesy Loris and Cedric Chatelier, with a total of 324 points, while the players of the Egyptian team (1), consisting of Seif Al-Bandari and Omar Sameh, ranked third with a total 322 points, while the national team (2), consisting of Mazen Tariq and Moataz Wael, came sixth with a total of 321 points.


The list of the national under-19 team includes: Moataz Wael Ezzat - Mazen Tariq - Saif Al-Bandari - Omar Sameh - Mohammed Walid - Amira Qandil - King Khaled - Zina Amer - Zina Rashid - Najwa Khaled - Hania Abu Bakr.


The national under-17 team includes: Muhammad Sharif - Yassin Al-Hadi - Osama Medhat - Marwan Allam - Amr Ali - Yassin Ahmed - Habiba Haitham - Jana Ahmed - Janna Walid - Jana Mohammed Al-Darawi - Sarah Omar - Ritaj Aladdin - Hebat Allah Amr Yousry.


The technical staff of the national team also includes: Amr Sayed, technical director for youth, Hisham Suleiman, running coach, Ibrahim Sukkar shooting, Mohamed Alaa Ramaya, Mohamed Sabahi for arms, Abdel Rahman Adel Selah, Khaled Asfour, swimming, Khaled Salah, swimming, Tarek Nouhi, swimming, Dr. Youssef. Hassan the masseur - Basil Jamil, the national team doctor.


271 male and female players will participate in the tournament, with 146 male and 125 female players from 27 countries: Australia - Belarus - Brazil - Bulgaria - France - Georgia - Germany - Guatemala - Italy - Kazakhstan - Lithuania - Poland - Portugal - South Africa - Spain - Sweden - Switzerland - Thailand - Turkey - Ukraine - Uzbekistan - China - Czech Republic - Hungary - Russia - Mexico - in addition to Egypt, the organizing country.