The Algerian national boxing team won a total of eight medals as they finished in second place at the 2019 Men’s Arab Championships, in Khartoum, Sudan.
Four gold, three silver and one bronze was brought back by the Algerian boxers. The four gold medals were won by Mohamed Flissi, Houmri Mohamed, Mordjane Oussama and Kramou Chemsedine. The three silver medals were won by Soltani Mohamed, Hamani Mohand- Saïd and Nemouchi Younes.
On the other hand, Chouaib Bouloudinats, made it as far as the semi-finals, but was beaten by the Syrian, Mohamed Melias, earning him a bronze medal.
The Algerian team was crowned champions at the 2018 Arab Championships in Khartoum with a total of seven medals, five gold, one silver and one bronze. However, they were unable to retain the title, as Syria finished with nine medals this year, four gold, four silver and one bronze, a first for this country after years of absence.
Besides Algeria and host country Sudan, six other countries participated in these Arab Championships, those are Qatar, Yemen, Palestine, Libya, Morocco and Syria.