Within the framework of the African Swimming Championships, held in the Ghanaian capital, Accra, Algeria obtained several medals, and this, since the first day of the launch of the competition.
Indeed, the African Swimming Championships are a swimming competition where the representatives of African countries compete against each other, within the framework of a certain number of events. They are organized by the African Swimming Confederation (CANA).
To this end, Algerian swimmer Djawed Sayoud won the Gold medal in the 100-meter butterfly, on the second day of the African Swimming Championships in Ghana. Added to this is a Bronze medal, obtained by Algerian swimmer Amel Mellih, in the 50-meter butterfly.
Six medals in two days for Algeria
Algeria now has a score of six medals, thanks to these two added medals, and this, during only two days of the launch of these competitions.
In addition, the Algerian swimmer, Amel Mellih in this case, won during the first day of the said championships two medals, namely a Silver medal and another in Bronze, in the 50 meters backstroke and the 100 meters freestyle, overcoming thus his disappointment during the last Olympic Games in Tokyo.
As a reminder, the two Algerian swimmers, namely Abdellah Ardjoune and Djawed Sayoud won on the first day of the African Swimming Championships, the bronze medal, on the same day.