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African Lifesaving Championships – Agadir – Morocco

25th October 2017 - 29th October 2017

The Royal Moroccan Lifesaving Federation organised the first All-African Lifesaving Competition in Agadir (Morocco) from 25 to 29 October 2017. The Championship was under the high patronage of H.R.H. the King Mohammed VI of Morocco. The event was attended by one Minister, the Mayor of Agadir, Mayoral Deputies and co-workers of the city, high ranked Military authorities and more than 15 National Lifesaving Presidents and or National Board Members. The event was also attended by two delegates of the Princess Charlène of Monaco Foundation.

The participants (competitors, technical officials and team officials) came from the following 30 nations: Algeria (1 participant), Belgium (4), Benin (1), Burkina Faso (1), Cameroon (5), Central African Republic (1), Cape Verde (2), Comoros (2), Djibouti (1), Egypt (24), France (2), Gambia (4), Ghana (6), Guinea-Bissau (5), Kenya (13), Mauritania (5), Monaco (1), Morocco (56), Netherlands (4), Niger (1), Norway (4), Portugal (ASNASA) (2), Sao Tome and Principe (2), Senegal (1), South Africa (2),  Spain (9), Sudan (1), Tunisia (2), United Arab Emirates (2), Zambia (1). It was the first time that so many countries of Africa participated.

The Overall classification of the 10 first nations was: 1. Morocco (858 points), 2. Spain (836), 3. Egypt (520), 4. Kenya (275), 5. Netherlands (255), 6. African Academy (118), 7. France (48), 8. Guinea-Bissau (39), 9. Senegal (38), 10. Norway (28).

 

Details

Start:
25th October 2017
End:
29th October 2017
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Organiser

The Royal Moroccan Lifesaving Federation

Venue

Agadir
Agadir, Morocco + Google Map