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Mohamed Khorshed (born 29 October 1950), is an Egyptian skeet shooter who competed at five Summer Olympics from 1984 to 2000. He is the first and only Egyptian to compete at five Olympics, as of 2010. He is also the first African to compete at five Olympics. He also earned gold at the 1993 African Shooting Championships and bronze at the 1995 edition.
|Skeet (mixed)||T-53rd||T-33rd||T-33rd||Not held|
|Skeet (men)||Not held||T-45th||T-23rd|
- "Mohamed Khorshed". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference. Retrieved 6 August 2016.
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