Mahmoud Fayad

1925 - 2002

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Mahmoud Fayad (March 9, 1925 – December 17, 2002) was a Featherweight (-60 kg) in the weightlifting Egyptian team at the Summer Olympics of 1948 in London. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Mahmoud Fayad has received more than 12,839 page views. Her biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Mahmoud Fayad is the 738th most popular athlete, the 453rd most popular biography from Egypt and the most popular Egyptian Athlete.

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Among athletes, Mahmoud Fayad ranks 738 out of 3,055Before her are P. T. Usha, Lyudmila Kondratyeva, László Fábián, Petra Felke, Nikolai Gorbachev, and Hildegard Falck. After her are Fred Alderman, Amelia Piccinini, Tim Ahearne, Ed Hamm, Eric Carlberg, and Grigory Mkrtychan.

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Among people born in 1925, Mahmoud Fayad ranks 371Before her are Marty Robbins, Lilyan Chauvin, Jacques Grimonpon, Anne V. Coates, Robert B. Sherman, and Rosemary Murphy. After her are Kim Stanley, Grigory Mkrtychan, Finn Pedersen, Medea Jugeli, James Moody, and Otto Arosemena. Among people deceased in 2002, Mahmoud Fayad ranks 240Before her are Johnny Unitas, Robert L. Forward, Kaisa Parviainen, Eddie Bracken, Geoffrey Crossley, and Muhammad Haji Ibrahim Egal. After her are Katrin Cartlidge, Vladimir Vasyutin, John R. Pierce, Sam Snead, Signe Hasso, and Mustafa Mansour.

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In Egypt

Among people born in Egypt, Mahmoud Fayad ranks 453 out of 520Before her are Amr Waked (1973), Farid Simaika (1907), Ahmed Hassan (1975), Leila Ahmed (1940), Pope Peter II of Alexandria (null), and Pope Kedron of Alexandria (100). After her are Ibrahim Isaac Sidrak (1955), Mustafa Mansour (1914), Penelope Lively (1933), Pope Eumenes of Alexandria (100), Hesham Qandil (1962), and Avi Cohen (1956).

Among ATHLETES In Egypt

Among athletes born in Egypt, Mahmoud Fayad ranks 1After her are Ihab Abdelrahman (1989).