Hatem Mersal – biography, fact, career, awards, net worth and life story

IntroAthletics competitor
Is Athlete 
From Egypt 
Type Sports 
Birth 20 January 1975, Cairo
Age:45 years
Star sign Aquarius

Hatem Mohamed Mersal (born 20 January 1975) is an Egyptian long jumper.
His personal best jump is 8.31 metres, achieved in June 1999 in Oslo. This is the current national record.
He is currently retired, and coaching long jump prodigy Yeong Kwon Yun, and 100m specialist Rumi Kotadia from the Track and Field team of Cairo American College.


Representing  Egypt
1997World Indoor ChampionshipsParis, France29th (q)Long jump7.26 m
1998African ChampionshipsDakar, Senegal1stLong jump8.13 m
World CupJohannesburg, South Africa3rdLong jump8.26 m
1999World Indoor ChampionshipsMaebashi, Japan10thLong jump7.66 m
All-Africa GamesJohannesburg, South Africa1stLong jump8.09 m
2000African ChampionshipsAlgiers, Algeria2ndLong jump7.90 m
2002African ChampionshipsRadès, Tunisia2ndLong jump8.02 m (w)
2004African ChampionshipsBrazzaville, Republic of the Congo4thLong jump7.68 m
2005Islamic Solidarity GamesMecca, Saudi Arabia6thLong jump7.71 m
2006African ChampionshipsBambous, Mauritius10thLong jump7.51 m
2007Pan Arab GamesCairo, Egypt4th4 × 100 m relay40.17 m (NR)
4thLong jump7.83 m
2008African ChampionshipsAddis Ababa, Ethiopia6thLong jump7.87 m