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EXAMPLES OF AFRICAN AND ARABIC WOMEN IN SPORT


Nezha BIDOUANE (MOROCCO)

Official of the Ministry of Youth and Sports
President of the FRMSPT : Royal Moroccan Federation of Sport for All
Founding President: of the Women Achievements and Values Association (2005)
Double World Champion in the 400mhaies (1997- 2001)
Vice-world champion in the 400mhaies (1999)
Olympic Bronze Medal in the 400m hurdles (2000)
African record holder in the 400m hurdles
TOP 50 best sportswomen in the world

FALILATOU TCHANILÉ -SALIFOU DOGO (TOGO)

Vice-President: since April 2019 West African Athletics Executive Board (Zone 2).
3rd Vice-President: since December 2017 of the Togolese Athletics Federation.
President: since 2009 of the West African League of Patient Safety Associations (LIASEP).
President: since 2008 of the Togolese Network for Patient Safety (RETASEP).

BOUCHRA HAJIJ (MOROCCO)

President of the Royal Moroccan Volleyball Federation. President of the African Volleyball Confederation. Vice President of the Arab Union. Vice president of the international federation. Member of the Commissions : sport development and parity at ANOCA. Member of the Culture and Olympic Heritage Committee at the IOC

SHEREIN KHAIRY ELETRABY (EGYPT)

Professor and head of department of Track and field sports at Physical Education Faculty, Aswan University. Have many published papers in highly scientific journals at Track and field speciality. Champion of Egypt at compound heptatlon for 13 years. Member at Women’s Committee of Egyptian Federation for Athletics (Track and field sports).


MODERATOR

FATIMA El FAQUIR

Professor and researcher in the sciences of physical activities and sports,
Expert World Athletics and CAA (African Confederation of Athletics)
Professor and researcher in the sciences of physical activities and sports,
Expert World Athletics and CAA (African Confederation of Athletics)
Associate professor: Claude Bernard Lyon 1 University (France).

Dr. Fatima El Faquir-Daouda was the first female Moroccan to win the African championship in 1979 in 400m hurdlers. She held several national, African and Arab records in athletics. She was the first Moroccan woman to participate in the Olympic Games in 1972. She was graduated from the Bucharest University in Romania, Montreal University in Canada and, and the University of Claude Bernard Lyon 1 in France.

Dr. Fatima El Faquir has assumed many sporting functions and missions, particularly in teaching and training and management.
This success led her to become the official in charge of the training of executives at the National Institute of Sport Moulay Rachid within the Ministry of youth and sports. She thus became responsible for setting up a system of training and a curriculum and advanced training programs for the sporting executives, and It set up a system for detecting talent in athletics, within the Royal Moroccan federation of Athletics for several years. She also was chairing the Northern Region (Maghreb) of the African Confederation of Athletics (CAARN).

She conducted many researches and supervised a large number of ends of study monographs, especially in terms of motor learning and Human Performance, sports psychology, psycho motility and coaching methodology and Muslim women and Sports.

She founded in 1993 the National Association of Women Physical Activity and Sport (ANFAPS). She is member of Executive Board of the International Association for the development of Physical Education and sports for Girls and women (IAPESGW). She is a member of ICSSPE.

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