Ibrahim Orabi

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Olympic medal record
Men's wrestling
Bronze 1948 London LightHeavyweight

Ibrahim Orabi (born 1912) was an Egyptian Greco-Roman Light heavyweight wrestler. He competed for Egypt at the 1948 Summer Olympics in London. There, he earned a bronze medal behind Karl-Erik Nilsson of Sweden, who won gold, and Kelpo Gröndahl of Finland, who took silver.

Orabi along with Ali Hassan were the first Egyptian wrestlers to obtain an Olympic medals in wrestling, getting bronze and silver medals, respectively.

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