Mohamed Marouf

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Mohamed Marouf with Michael Phelps' coach Bob Bowman
Mohamed Marouf hosting an international coaching clinic with Dr. Abou El Ella Abdel Fatah of Egypt, Alain Lefebvre of Canada, Gilles Potvin of Canada, and Steven Munatones of USA
Mohamed Marouf, Canadian National Coach
Mohamed Marouf with Richard Weinberger, Olympic bronze medalist in the Olympic 10K Marathon Swim
Mohamed Marouf (born May 18) is a former professional marathon swimmer from Egypt who currently coaches the Canadian Open Water National Team and the CALAC LaSalle Swim Club in Quebec, Canada.

He was also named as one of the 101 Movers And Shakers In The Open Water Swimming World in 2012 and 2013 by the Daily News of Open Water Swimming.

He competed in races around Europe, in Egypt, in Argentina, and in Canada including the Traversée Internationale du lac St-Jean in 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, and 2001, and represented his native Egypt at several world championships. He set the record at the 1993 International Self-Transcendence Marathon-Schwimmen, a 26.4 km marathon swim in Lake Zurich, Switzerland which stood until 2012.

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Coaching

Marouf is the head coach of Le Club de natation Calac. He was formerly the head coach at the University and Swim Club Sherbrooke. He has also been an assistant coach of the national open water swimming teams of both Egypt and Canada at international competitions including Team Canada at the 2009 Summer Universiade

Education

He received a bachelor's degree in physical education and a master's degree in sports physiology at the Faculty of Physical Education in Cairo, Egypt.

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