Shabab Balad Ambassador bio


Habiba Marzouk

Born on May 14, 2002, Marzouk began gymnastics as a hobby at the age of 3 and joined the Egyptian women’s junior team at the age of 14 to compete in the 2016 African Rhythmic Gymnastics Championship where she won the all-around silver medal.
In 2018, She competed in the African Rhythmic Gymnastics Championship where she won 2 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals in the all-around. She also represented Egypt at the 2018 Mediterranean Games in Tarragona, Spain and placed 14th in All Around Qualification.
In December 2019, she participated in Croatia International Rhythmic Gymnastics Championship and won silver medal in ball and 2 bronze medals in hoop and clubs and finished 4th at the championship as a whole.
On March 12–16, 2020, Marzouk competed in the 15th African Rhythmic Gymnastics Championship which held in Sharm El Sheikh and accumulated 6 gold medals and qualified to compete in the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
At the 2020 Olympic Games, Marzouk finished twenty-fifth in the qualification round for the individual all-around.
After graduating from high school in 2020, she started her first year at medical school in 2021.