Abdelhak Kherbache was among four gold medallists for Algeria ©Getty Images

Algeria claimed four men’s freestyle titles on the final day of the African Wrestling Championships in El Jadida in Morocco.

Abdelhak Kherbache, Fateh Benferdjallah, Mohammed Fardj and Chems Eddine Fetairia topped the podium as Algeria enjoyed a day to remember.

Egypt also enjoyed more titles with Gamal Abdelnaser Hanafy Mohamed winning the first of three courtesy of his victory over Ebikewenimo Welson of Nigeria in the men’s 57kg final.

The bronze medals went to Omar Faye of Senegal and Diamantino Iuna Fafe of Guinea-Bissau.

Kherbache sealed Algeria’s first gold of the day when he beat Shehabeldin Emam Abeldraouf Mohamed of Egypt in the men’s 61kg final.

Sofiane El Khamer of Morocco and Didier Awene Diatta of Senegal claimed bronzes.

Mdunde Cumba Mbali of Guinea-Bissau defeated Chouaib Abderrahmane Sahraoui of Algeria to win the men’s 65kg gold.

Yehia Mohamed Salad Mohamed Hafez of Egypt and Otmane El Bahja of Morocco also sealed podium spots.

Guinea-Bissau came out on top again when Bacar Ndum overcame Rami Brinis of Algeria to take the men’s 70kg crown.

Mohamed Ali Zorgui of Tunisia and Said Ibrahim Said Elgahsh of Egypt bagged bronzes.

Amr Reda Ramadan secured the men's 74kg title as Eygpt enjoyed more success in El Jadida ©Getty Images
Amr Reda Ramadan secured the men's 74kg title as Eygpt enjoyed more success in El Jadida ©Getty Images

The men’s 74kg title was won by Egypt’s Amr Reda Ramadan who beat Algeria’s Abdelkader Ikkal.

South Africa’s Arno Van Zijl and Nigeria’s Ogbonna Emmanuel John completed the podium with bronze medals.

Algerian Fetairia captured men’s 79kg gold with victory over Morocco’s Youssef Ait Boulahri.

Jean David Ste Marie of Mauritius and Andy Kabeya Mukedi of the Democratic Republic of Congo sealed bronze medals.

Benferdjallah defeated Mahmoud Said Ahmed Ismail Badawi of Egypt to win the men’s 86kg title for Algeria, with Nigeria’s Ekerekeme Agiomor and South Africa’s Edward Louwis Lessing claiming bronzes.

Algeria won for the fourth time and third in quick succession when Fardj saw off Tunisia Imed Kaddidi of Tunisia to clinch the men’s 92kg crown.

South Africa’s Machiel Johannes Grobler and Egypt’s Noureldin Hany Mohamed Hassan earned the other podium places.

Egypt’s Mostafa Aly Elsayed Gabr Elders toppled South Africa’s Nicolaas Johannes Steyn de Lange to win the men’s 97kg title.

Ulrich Elyse Manouan of Ivory Coast and Tunisia’s Mohamed Saadaoui secured bronzes.

Youssif Hemidi of Egypt claimed the final title of the day, beating Moroccan Anas Lamkabbar to seal men’s 125kg gold.

Tunisia’s Hamza Rahmani picked up bronze.