Four Moroccan athletes left Saturday the Tokyo-2020 Olympic Games, at the end of the 2nd day of competitions.
Sarah Fraincart, representing Morocco in rowing, was eliminated in the first round, after ranking 5th and last place in the consolation tournament.
For her part, Moroccan taekwondoist Oumaima El Bouchti lost in the last 16 to the South Korean Jaeyoung Sim by 19 to 10.
In addition to El Bouchti, Moroccan taekwondo is represented in Tokyo by Nada Laaraj (under 57kg) and Achraf Mahboubi (under 80kg).
In the boxing competition, Mohamed Hammout (under 57 kg) lost in the round of 16 to the Iranian Daniyal Shahbakhsh (0-5).
The colors of the Moroccan noble art are defended in Tokyo by Rabab Cheddar (-51 kg), Oumaima Bel Ahbib (-69 kg), Youness Baala (-91 kg), Abdelhak Nadir (-63 kg) and Mohammed Assaghir (-81 kg).
On his turn, Moroccan cyclist Mohcine El Kouraji dropped out of the road race, won by Ecuadorian Richard Carapaz ahead of Belgian Wout van Aert (silver) and Slovenian Tadej Pogacar (bronze).
The Kingdom is represented at the Tokyo Olympics by 47 athletes, competing in 18 disciplines.