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The Egyptian Amateur Roller Skating Federation boasts hundreds of members and several teams competing in a variety of competitions both overseas and at home
Vodafone hosts grand party in honour of team’s victory in the African Cup and World Cup qualification
Salah and Elneny put in great performances to help their team progress to semi-finals
Europa League semi-final draw at UEFA headquarters in Switzerland
Champions League semi-final draw sets up possibility of all Spanish or all German final
Chelsea, Basel, Fenerbache and Benfica progress to Europa League semi-finals
The Premier League, the world’s most popular domestic football championship, is in line to become the first of Europe’s major leagues to introduce the technology
Egypt’s victory over Zimbabwe sees the Pharaohs move seven places in FIFA world rankings
Barcelona and Bayern Munich both progress to Champions League semi-finals
Conflicting views on marketing rights cause Al-Ahly to withdraw from Egyptian competition
Dortmund score twice in two injury time minutes to end Malaga’s Champions League dream
A candid interview with the Egyptian Kick-Boxing master
Al-Ahly and Zamalek retained the top spots in their respective league groups qualifying for the second round in the CAF Champions League
Algerian Taoufik Makhloufi came in first place in the men’s 1,500m
Egyptian teenage sensation Farida Osman is still in disbelief over her last-minute call up to the Olympic Games, making her the last entrant from Egypt heading to the Games in London.
Egypt is counting on its Olympic delegation in London 2012.
Karim El Zoghby is heading for the first place in London 2012.
Will the Egyptians athletes meet expectations in London 2012?
Egypt is sending its second-largest Olympic team ever to London this week that including 117 athletes in 20 different sports and 25 various disciplines.
Balancing on the board uses the core muscles and the paddling itself engages every muscle in the upper body. SUP is a complete workout on the water, even a gentle paddle at a leisurely pace burns calories, yet it does not feel like any kind of exercise.
Cruising presents the opportunity to unwind after a long work week. For Sayeed, it means more: this time with friends represents one of the few choices that exist in his life, and indeed, one of the only avenues of self- expression available to him.
By AP CAIRO: One of the world’s leading squash tournaments will return to Egypt this weekend after it was dropped last year because of the revolution, raising hopes of a sporting revival in the troubled country. Professional Squash Association chief executive Alex Gough says he’s “delighted” that the El Gouna International Squash Open, which starts …
By Leila Abboud, Gwénaëlle Barzic and Keith Weir / Reuters PARIS: Al Jazeera, best known for its Middle Eastern news coverage, is taking aim at Europe’s pay-TV market, using sport to build a global media brand, just as owner Qatar is raising its profile by hosting the 2022 World Cup. The broadcaster is racing to launch …
By Regan Doherty / Reuters DOHA: Soccer’s ruling body FIFA should specify regions where it would like to stage World Cups so that nations outside those locations do not waste money on losing bids, said English Premier League chairman Dave Richards. “I believe England didn’t understand the ground rules when we went in – and paid …
By Safaa Abdoun CAIRO: Professional squash players from 16 different countries are coming together next month for the Second International Squash Open held in Gouna, aiming to bring Egypt’s tourism industry back on track. El Gouna Second International Squash Open is scheduled for April 5-13. “We are delighted to be hosting for the second time the …
By AP CAIRO: The Egyptian Football Association has canceled the rest of this season’s league matches in the wake of rioting at a match last month that killed 71 people and injured hundreds of others. The league was suspended less than halfway through the season after the deadly stampede on Feb. 1 in Port Said …
By Ibrahim Barzak and Mohammed / AP GAZA CITY: Darting down the bumpy streets of Gaza wearing a cheap pair of sneakers, Palestinian runner Bahaa Al-Farra dodges potholes and traffic as he trains to compete against the world’s best athletes at the London Olympics. Although an Olympic medal is a near impossibility, the 400-meter runner takes …
By AP BERLIN: Mainz striker Mohamed Zidan has been fined €6,000 ($7,900) for joining fans in a chant containing a mild expletive against local Bundesliga rival Kaiserslautern. The German Football Federation imposed the fine Wednesday for Zidan’s “unsporting behavior” after Mainz’s 4-0 derby win over Kaiserslautern on Feb. 28, when the Egypt international joined the …
By Rob Harris / AP BAGSHOT, England: The International Football Association Board annual meeting took a step toward clearing the way for female Muslim players to wear hijabs during games, five years after banning the headscarves because of safety reasons. FIFA Vice President Prince Ali on Jordan gave a presentation to show how headscarves can be …
By Ciaran Fahey / AP BERLIN: Mohamed Zidan has been in good scoring form since leaving Borussia Dortmund, and the Bundesliga leader will hope it doesn’t continue when he visits with current side Mainz on Saturday. Zidan has netted in four consecutive games for Mainz since his winter transfer. The 30-year-old Egypt striker aims to become …