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Sport and the Arab spring

Sport and the Arab spring
 
Reuters/Fadi al Assaad

Last year’s revolutions in the Arab world inevitably affected the athletes in the countries involved. Amid bloodshed, turmoil and uncertainty, some resisted the pressure to post remarkable performances. Two athletes, from Tunisia and Egypt, explain how they coped with the upheavals that shook their respective countries in 2011.

Dossier: Tunisia's Jasmine Revolution

 

 

 


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