Omar Ahmed El Ghazaly (born 9 February 1984) is a Cairo born Olympic discus thrower. His Egyptian record from 2007 stands at 66.58m (218’5″) thrown in Helsingborg, Sweden. My coach is Emad Fayez and our training facility is the Gezira Sporting club. Egyptians only need a B standard in order to qualify for international championships. Emad Fayez is […]
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Egyptians are known for their strength as they are called “The Pharaons” , for the last 15 years Egyptian throwers made a remarkable improvement to shine at the international level , not only in Africa and Arabia, but the world ! This is due to the gigantic work and devotion of Dr. Nagui Assad; who changed the […]
Omar El-Ghazaly (EGY) won at the BIGBANK Kuldliiga meet held in Rakvere, yesterday. He threw 62.54m in his third attempt which gave him an overwhelming victory over Estonia´s Martin Kupper who ended up with 57.62m. Priidu Niit (EST) was third with 55.88m. It was the third competition for El-Ghazaly this year. His season´s best stands […]
Omar El-Ghazaly (EGY) will compete today at the BIGBANK Kuldliiga meet in Rakvere. His season´s best is 64.79m which places him 18th in world´s top list this year. El-Ghazaly will stay in Estonia until 14th of August. He is training in Tallinn with his coach Aleksander Tammert. Trainings has gone well, El-Ghazaly has been able […]
The regining Olympic champion Gerd Kanter won at the BIGBANK Kuldliiga meet in Tartu. He threw 2 times over 66 meters – 66.06 m and 66.03 m . The reigning African champion Omar El-Ghazaly of Egypt was 2nd with 62.70 m . He had technically a very bad day so from that point of view […]
Throwholics will have a live coverage from the men´s discus competition. Startlist includes the reigning Olympic champion Gerd Kanter (EST) and the reigning African champion Omar El-Ghazaly of Egypt. El-Ghazaly is also the former world junior record holder (65.88 m). For the life results go to our Lice results page by picking “Live results” from […]
The reigning African Champion and the former junior world record holder (65.88 m) Omar El-Ghazaly, who opened his season in early May with a 64.79 m, will compete tomorrow in Tartu. His stongest competitor is Gerd Kanter who announced his participation yesterday. Coached by Aleksander Tammert, El-Ghazaly will stay mostly in Estonia during the summer. […]
Here´s is the video of Omar El-Ghazaly starting his season with 64.79. Competition was held in Cairo on May 6th. It was a good start for the season. Below you can see Omar´s results over the years on his first competitions. *First column is date, second is result in first competition and third column shows […]
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