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Seif Eissa Wins Egypt’s Second Medal at Tokyo 2020 Olympics

Seif Eissa Wins Egypt’s Second Medal at Tokyo 2020 Olympics

Credit: Reuters / Murad Sezer

Seif Eissa defeated Norway’s Richard Ordemann in the bronze-medal event of the men’s 80kg Taekwondo event, winning Egypt’s second medal at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

Eissa’s victory comes just after 28-year-old Hedaya Malak secured Egypt’s first medal at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, after also winning a bronze medal.

Eissa is a National Team Taekwondo Player.

Today, Egypt celebrates a double win at Tokyo 2020, with two bronze medals in Taekwondo.

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