11:44 AM | Thursday 23 June 2022
Egyptian champion Farida Othman has qualified for the semi-finals of the World Swimming Championships, which will be hosted by Hungary from June 18-25.
The Egyptian champion booked her place in the semi-finals in the 50-meter butterfly race, after achieving a time of 25.95 seconds, approaching a new step towards the final of the championship.
Farida Othman is looking for a pass to the final of the World Swimming Championships in the 100m butterfly
Farida Othman achieved a historic achievement, after she achieved seventh place in the World Swimming Championships in the 100-meter butterfly race last Sunday, with a time of 57.66 seconds, in an achievement achieved for the first time for an Egyptian and African player.
Farida Othman seeks to achieve a new record in the World Swimming Championships
Farida Othman is seeking to achieve an achievement in the 50-meter butterfly race, after she booked her place in the semi-finals of the championship, as she seeks to reach the final race and achieve a new record.
Farida Othman is one of the most prominent female swimmers in the history of the game, and she hopes to achieve more achievements during the international tournaments in the next stage.