Major General Mohamed Mahmoud, Vice President of the Egyptian Wrestling Federation, received at Cairo International Airport the Egyptian delegation for free, Romanian and women’s wrestling, which participated in the world championship held in Jordan, through which the Egyptian champion Mustafa Hussein achieved the gold of the world championship in the weight of Roman wrestling, weighing 68 kilograms for the youth category under 20 years old, and Fikri Issa bronze in the world weighing 130 kilograms.
The Vice President of the Federation said that the Egyptian champions in the various wrestling categories presented a very distinguished level, which resulted in Mustafa Hussein winning the first gold medal in the history of Egyptian wrestling in this age group, and Fikry Eissa won the bronze medal weighing 130 kilograms, referring to the Wrestling Federation. With steady steps towards obtaining an Olympic medal in the 2024 Paris Olympics, despite the existence of some differences of opinion within the Board of Directors, this does not hinder the realization of our dreams that we seek.
The Vice President of the Federation said that all the players presented honorable levels, and were at the level of responsibility, led by the hero Mustafa Hussein, who won the World Youth Championship under 20 years after his deserved victory over his counterpart Jasir Tertian, the champion of Armenia 4/2, and before he had defeated both
The Azerbaijani Kenan Abdullah Zadi, the world champion, and the Turkish European champion Ezzat Sarayer, then the Iranian Asian champion Muhammad Malik Ahura, and the Croatian champion Luka Ivancic in the final match.