Biograhy & achievements
Wael Ahmad Kobrosly was born in Beirut Lebanon, on June 12, 1988. He began swimming at the age of 5 with his ultimate teacher and Grandfather Afif Daaboul. He has represented Lebanon in domestic, regional, and international competitions and championships, leading Lebanon into the Table of Medals for the first time ever by winning a silver medal in the 100m breaststroke at the 2007 Arab Games.
With several Lebanese championships to his name, Wael is currently ranked 1st among Lebanese swimmers, and 2nd among all Arabs. Furthermore, Wael has scored personal achievements, holding over 20 swimming records in Lebanon.
His new project in Le Havre, France is the new evolution in his career, taking training, experience and professionalism into another dimension, London 2012 Olympic Games is the main Objectives.
- Name: Wael Ahmad Kobrosly
- Profession: Olympic and International swimmer
- Place of birth: Beirut, Lebanon
- Date of birth: 12 June 1988
- Height: 184 cm
- Form Weight: 84 kg
- Currently living in: Le Havre, France
- Bachelor of Business - University of St Joseph - Beirut - Lebanon
- Masters of International Marketing - University of Le Havre - France
- 2009 - current Club Nautique Havrais - Le Havre
- 2004 - current Aljazira Swim Club - Beirut
- 1993 - 2000 Sabbahi Loubnan
- 2000 - 2004 Rimal
Wael's biggest achievement to date was the 2007 Arab Championship in Cairo, where Wael became the highest placed Lebanese ever, coming in 2nd place. Wael has also competed in international competitions, among them the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.
- Lebanese champion since 2004 and holder of more than 30 Lebanese record
- Vice Arab champion during Arab Championship, Cairo 2007 (First Lebanese male swimmer to obtain silver medal during Arab Games)
- 15th place during Asian Games, Doha 2006
- 27th place during World Championships, Manchester 2008
- Olympic Games participant - Beijing 2008
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