Royal Moroccan Swimming Federation Sends Five Swimmers To 2016 African Championships

Photo Courtesy: Kalina DiMarco

The Royal Moroccan Swimming Federation, Fédération Royale Marocaine de Natation (FRMN), have announced that they are sending a five-member team of swimmers to the upcoming 2016 CANA African Championships.

The meet begins this coming Sunday (16th) in Bloemfontein, South Africa and will conclude with an open water competition on Sunday the 23rd. .

Representing Morocco will be: Adil Assouab, Nouamane Bettahi, Mohamed Reda Ennaim, Driss Lahrichi, and Said Saber.

Leading the group of athletes as head coach will be M. Abderrazak Fira.

Read the full announcement on the FRMN website here

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