Egypt will host the Paralympic Swimming World Championships series from 2025 to 2028

Dr. Hossam El-Din Mostafa, Chairman of the Egyptian Paralympic Committee, announced that Egypt has officially received the honor of organizing the Paralympic Swimming World Championship Series for a period of 4 years from 2025 to 2028.

Mostafa confirmed that the Swimming Committee of the International Paralympic Committee has agreed to Granting Egypt the organization of the World Swimming Championships series for the years 2025 – 2026 – 2027 – 2028, due to Egypt’s great infrastructure and qualifications that enable it to organize major international tournaments.


Mostafa continued that the next few days will witness the holding of a press conference to reveal all the details about event and to sign the organization contracts.


The head of the Paralympic Committee added that this event is very important for Egypt and is considered a continuation of the committee’s strategy in hosting important international sporting events, the most recent of which was organizing the World Cup to raise Paralympic weightlifting in Sharm El Sheikh.


Mostafa concluded his statements by saying that hosting such events comes in line with the state’s directions, and that Egypt has become a global center for hosting major sporting events. 

The Egyptian Paralympic Committee, headed by Dr. Hossam El-Din Mostafa, pays great attention to sports for people with disabilities in coordination and cooperation with the Ministry of Youth and Sports and the sports federations that place Paralympic activity on their agenda.


The Egyptian Paralympic Committee aims to qualify the largest number of players in various sports and achieve the best achievements during participation in the Paris 2024 Paralympic Games.


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