African Games 2023 medal ranking: Egypt tops list, Nigeria ahead of Ghana, other countries

 Egypt is presently leading the medal ranking table of the ongoing All-African Games in Ghana.

As of Friday afternoon, Egypt was still leading the medal standings through their impressive displays across various events, notably table tennis, swimming and wrestling.

The North Africans maintain the number one position with a total of 175 medals (94 gold, 43 silver and 38 bronze) so far.

Behind Egypt is Nigeria, which is in second position with 98 medals (37 gold, 26 silver, and 35 bronze).

Behind Nigeria is South Africa with 98 medals (29 gold, 30 silver and 39 bronze), Algeria with 99 medals (24 gold, 33 silver and 42 bronze) and Tunisia with 73 medals (18 gold, 22 silver and 33 bronze) are the countries that make up the top five.

The host country Ghana is in sixth place in the medal standings with 50 medals (11 gold, 23 silver and 16 bronze).

Morocco, Mauritius, Kenya and Eritrea complete the top 10 in the list so far.

Others from 11-20 positions on the list are Ethiopia, Uganda, Madagascar, Niger, Cameroon, Senegal, Benin, Zimbabwe, Libya and Namibia.

The African Games will conclude this weekend.


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