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    Athletics , Boxing , Esquertian and Taekwondo
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    Mohammed Rabii , Abdelkabir Ouaddar , Abdelati Iguider
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  1. I think the Moroccan delegation is going to withdraw from the games. The Moroccan Olympic Committee sent nine journalists with the delegation, they're all very known sports journalists in Morocco they did everything by the book like everytime but the Algerian authorities refused to give them the media accreditation. the were kept like hostages at the airport for more than 24 hours now and despite all the diplomatic efforts they are asking them to go back home. They want Morocco to participate in the games without moroccan journalists to cover their participation ?? Hey we're doing sports here not a political war
  2. It takes about 1 hour 20 minutes to fly from Casablanca to Oran but unfortunately the Algerian Authorities closes airspace to Moroccan aviation for political conflicts since 9 months now. They didn't let even a sport delegation to come directly So they took two flights one from Casablanca to Tunis from 9 am to 12 with Moroccan Airlines and the second one from Tunis to Oran from 4 pm to 6pm with Tunisian airlines. and i have to mention the warm welcome from the organizing committe and people from Oran , good pictures for the hospitality there.
  3. Are you kidding @bestmen ? What's have the comparison between tourism in Morocco and in Algeria to do with the games ? I mean do you think they will be tourists coming just to see the mediterranean games even the official website won't encourage anyone to come
  4. The official draw in 30 minutes , any streaming ?
  5. Surfing confirmed in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games
  6. The names of the 120 men and women who will create golf history in Rio de Janeiro next month have been ratified today (Tuesday, July 19) with the publication of confirmed places for the Olympic Games competition at Reserva de Marapendi Golf Course between August 11 and 20. The National Olympic Committees (NOCs) have now entered the athletes who will represent their country for the first Olympic golf competition in 112 years, following the publication last Monday of the Final Olympic Golf Rankings. With no fewer than 41 countries included in the start list for the men’s competition from August 11-14, followed by the women’s event from August 17-20, the composition of the Olympic fields highlights the broad global diversity of the sport in Rio de Janeiro, representing the ultimate shop-window for the sport and having the capacity to reach a brand new audience, especially among the younger generation across all the continents. That diversity is underscored in the representation of current major champions across the men’s and women’s competitions. Henrik Stenson, the new Open champion following his epic showdown with Phil Mickelson at Royal Troon, represents Sweden with Danny Willett, the Masters champion, is part of Team GB. On the women’s side, New Zealand’s Lydia Ko finished No.1 on the Olympic Rankings, having won the ANA Inspiration earlier this season, while Brooke Henderson, the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, will fly the flag of Canada. Additionally, every continent is represented in the Rankings, affording golf a unique opportunity to grow the game in underexposed territories and to achieve greater visibility with the potential television audience during the Games in Rio. Across the two individual competitions, Africa has five eligible players; Asia 32; Australasia & Oceania seven; Europe 52; North America 14 and South America 10. The announcement of the confirmed places in Rio de Janeiro comes at the end of the two-year qualification process to identify the full list of players eligible to be entered by their respective NOCs in accordance with the qualification criteria. The International Golf Federation (IGF) subsequently sent confirmation of the quota places to the NOCs, which have now confirmed to the IGF whether they have used of their allocations, as each NOC has its own criteria for final nominations. The IGF, in turn, has reallocated all unused quota places before the Rio 2016 Sport Entries Deadline today (Monday, July 18). The NOC for the Netherlands declined to enter its two athletes, Christel Boeljon and Anne Van Dam, who both qualified through the women’s Olympic Rankings. The New Zealand NOC also opted not to enter Cathryn Bristow. Dottie Ardina from the Philippines declared herself unavailable for selection. These places have now been reallocated by the IGF, with Victoria Lovelady (Brazil), Stephanie Meadow (Ireland) and Maha Haddioui of Morocco completing the 60-strong field. On the men’s side, Italy’s Francesco Molinari, Camilo Villegas of Colombia have declared themselves unavailable and their places in the confirmed men’s start list are Matteo Manassero and Jose-Filipe Lima respectively. Angelo Que of the Philippines also withdrew, with his place going to Rodolfo Cazaubon of Mexico. Full information on the Qualifying System for the 2016 Olympic Games can be found here. Click here to view the final Olympic men’s start list Click here to view the Final Olympic women’s start list En savoir plus sur
  7. +2 Boxing : Mohamed Arjaoui +91 Golf : Maha Haddioui
  8. Mohamed Arjaoui +91 innocent of doping so he will participate
  9. Official : Morocco 47 ( 12 sports ) the flag bearer : Abdelkebir Ouaddar ( Esquertian ) Athletics 20 ( Ouhadi - El guesse - Smaili - Iguider - Kaazouzi - El kaam - Essalhi - Boukantar - El Bakkali - Sigueni - Ezzine - ElHissouf - Kisri - Lambarki - Arafi - Akkaoui - Hilali - Sidi Madane - Ouali Alami - Boulaid ) Boxing 7 ( (10) -3 due to Doping El Barbari 64 - Harnouf 75 - El Arjaoui +91 they are waiting the final decision ) Wrestling 3 Taekwondo 3 ( Dislam - Bekkal ( she replaced El Meslahy ) - Hajjami ) Judo 3 Cycling 3 Weightlifting 2 ( Aouass Samira - El Abidi Khalid ) Esquertian 1 Swimming 2 ( Lahrichi Driss - Mana Noura Fencing 1 Canoe Kayak 1 Shooting 1
  10. For Morocco , wild cards for Mana Noura ( 50m freestyle ) and Driss Lahrichi ( 100m backstroke )
  11. @Gianlu33 thank you dear the country of Nawal El Moutawakil, Said Aouita, Salah Hissou and The great Hicham el Guerrouj must have a representative here For Rio we have Abdelkebir Ouaddar (Jumping) the flag bearer he is the winner of Prix Hermes this year Boxing the world champion Mohammed Rabii 69 kg and also we have 3 women boxers Athletics Abdelati Iguider (1500m) bronze London 2012 Rabab Arafi (800m) 4th wc 2015 Judo Asma Niang or Taekwondo Wiam Dislam or Wrestling Zied Ait Oukram i really hope a Good Olympics for the Moroccan team
  12. @MHSN After the qualifier exactly 13 may it was a sad news she told me that she had been controlled 12 times in her carrer and never was caught for doping Taekwondo isn't a sport for doping but we never know after this disqualification they have been 3 anti-doping tests last month and another today for all the qualifying athletes the national olympic committee said that they will do another one before travelling to Rio
  13. Thank you @heywoodu No no i was here on the old forum but i just watch ur great job from far away
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