Mohsen Mohamed Anani

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Mohsen Mohamed Abdel-Mohsen Anani Yousef Mustafa (Arabic: محسن محمد عبد المحسن عناني يوسف مصطفى‎‎; born 21 May 1985) is an Egyptian hammer thrower. He was born in Tunis, Tunisia. He transferred his eligibility to his native Tunisia in 2017.

He started as a shot putter, following that El Anany was recruited by former African shot put champion Nagui Asaad,[1] who was setting up a throwing school that also included discus thrower Omar Ahmed El Ghazaly and shot putter Yasser Fathy Ibrahim Farag.[2]

His personal best throw is 77.36 metres, achieved on March 29, 2010 in Al Qâhira. This is the current national record.[3]

International competitions[edit]

Year Competition Venue Position Event Notes
Representing  Egypt
2001 African Junior Championships Réduit, Mauritius 2nd Hammer throw 57.11 m
World Youth Championships Debrecen, Hungary 19th (q) Hammer throw (5 kg) 65.38 m
2002 World Junior Championships Kingston, Jamaica Hammer (6 kg) NM
2003 African Junior Championships Garoua, Cameroon 1st Hammer throw (6 kg) 68.41 m
All-Africa Games Abuja, Nigeria 5th Hammer throw 67.24 m
2004 World Junior Championships Grosseto, Italy 2nd Hammer throw (6 kg) 72.98 m
2005 Islamic Solidarity Games Mecca, Saudi Arabia 4th Hammer throw 69.50 m
Mediterranean Games Almería, Spain 8th Hammer throw 69.83 m
World Championships Helsinki, Finland 21st (q) Hammer throw 71.78 m
2006 African Championships Bambous, Mauritius 3rd Hammer throw 69.22 m
2007 All-Africa Games Algiers, Algeria 2nd Hammer throw 72.00 m
Universiade Bangkok, Thailand 4th Hammer throw 72.66 m
World Championships Osaka, Japan 19th (q) Hammer throw 72.93 m
Pan Arab Games Cairo, Egypt 1st Hammer throw 74.22 m
2008 Olympic Games Beijing, China — (q) Hammer throw NM
2009 Universiade Belgrade, Serbia 10th Hammer throw 69.91 m
World Championships Berlin, Germany 20th (q) Hammer throw 72.68 m
Jeux de la Francophonie Beirut, Lebanon 1st Hammer throw 71.30 m
2010 African Championships Nairobi, Kenya 1st Hammer throw 74.72 m
2012 African Championships Porto Novo, Benin 2nd Hammer throw 74.31 m

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