MADRID (Spain)- Algerian tennis player Ines Ibbou qualified Tuesday for the second round of the professional tournament "Movistar II," held February 12- 18 on the clay courts of Rafael-Nadal Academy in Mallorca, Spain, after she outclassed (6-0, 6-1) her Spanish opponent Paula Ortega Redondo.
PORT HARCOURT (Nigeria)- Algerian (cadet, junior, senior) wrestlers snatched 37 medals (16 gold, 10 silver and 11 bronze) at the African championships that wrapped up Sunday evening in Port Harcourt, Nigeria. "They have shown a historic performance never achieved before in Algerian wrestling," the Algerian federation has said.
PORT HARCOURT (Nigeria)-The Algerian wrestling teams (seniors) won 8 medals (5 gold, 2 silver and 1 bronze) on Sunday evening in the 5th and last round of the African Wrestling Championships (all categories) held on 7-11 February in Port Harcourt (Nigeria).
BRAZZAVILLE - ES Sétif crushed Central African club Real Bangui with the score of 6-0, half-time 1-0 in their African Champions League preliminary round first leg match, played Sunday in 8-May-1945 Stadium in Sétif.
CASABLANCA (Morocco)- Algerian (junior and elite) cyclists have won 12 medals (four gold, three silver and five bronze) at the African track cycling championships, wrapped up Saturday in Casablanca, Morocco.
PORT HARCOURT (Nigeria) – The Algerian Team of Senior Male Associated Wrestling (freestyle wresting) has won three bronze medals, on Saturday, the fourth day of the African Wrestling Championships, contested from 7 to 11 February in Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
ALGIERS- Twelve Algerian junior and senior cyclists have left Algiers Saturday for Kigali to participate in the African Continental Road Cycling Championships in the Rwandese capital, from 13 to 18 February, said the Algerian federation.
CASABLANCA (Maroc) – Algerian cyclist Yacine Chalal won gold medal in the African Track Cycling Championships scratch race, organized from 7 to 10 February in Morocco’s Casablanca.
PORT HARCOURT (Nigeria)- The Algerian Junior Team of Associated Wrestling (boys and girls) won 13 medals (6 gold, 4 silver and 3 bronze), Friday during the third day of the African Championships (cadets, juniors, seniors and women), hosted from 7 to 11 Februay in Port Harcourt, in Nigeria.
ALGIERS – Algeria are the champions of the Algiers International Badminton Open (single boys and girl) which wrapped up Friday evening in Mokhtar-Aribi Arena in El-Biar (Algiers). The Algerian team won 15 medals, including three gold. Algeria won the title in three disciplines (single boys, double men and mixed double), three silver and nine bronze medals.