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JUMAH Bayan Name JUMAH Bayan
NOC SYR - Syrian Arab Republic Syrian Arab Republic Date of Birth 13 APR 1994
Residence Gender Female
Height 183 cm Weight 68 kg
Discipline Swimming

Swimming

Result
Date Time Event Results
Rank Time Record
24 SEP 2014 09:30 Women's 200m Freestyle - Heat 3 6 2:05.94
22 SEP 2014 10:00 Women's 100m Freestyle - Heat 3 6 58.92
21 SEP 2014 09:30 Women's 400m Freestyle - Heat 3 8 4:33.91

Competition Highlights

RankEventYearLocationResult
Asian Games
16100m Freestyle2010Guangzhou, CHN1:01.79
50m Freestyle2010Guangzhou, CHNDSQ
Olympic Games
40100m Freestyle2012London, GBR59.78
50m Freestyle2008Beijing, CHNDNS
World Championships
41200m Freestyle2011Shanghai, CHN2:09.08
4750m Freestyle2013Barcelona, ESP26.94
47100m Freestyle2013Barcelona, ESP58.13
47100m Freestyle2011Shanghai, CHN59.22
95100m Freestyle2009Rome, ITA1:00.47
9750m Freestyle2009Rome, ITA28.04
Asian Championships
1150m Butterfly2012Dubai, UAE31.59
1250m Freestyle2012Dubai, UAE27.89
12100m Freestyle2012Dubai, UAE1:00.47
1250m Breaststroke2012Dubai, UAE36.96
World Championships Short Course
5250m Freestyle2010Dubai, UAE27.30
52100m Freestyle2010Dubai, UAE59.60
6450m Butterfly2010Dubai, UAE32.31
Youth Olympic Games
3150m Freestyle2010Singapore, SIN28.18
35100m Freestyle2010Singapore, SIN1:00.07

Detailed Information

Biography
Occupation Student
Higher education Political Science - University of Damascus, Syria
Languages Spoken Arabic, English
Additional Information Most memorable sporting achievement
Representing Syria at the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon, Korea. (gulfnews.com, 24 Sep 2014)

Hero
US swimmers Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte. (gulfnews.com, 19 Sep 2014)

Sporting philosophy / motto
"I swim, therefore I am." (Facebook profile, 06 Aug 2014)

General
COMPETING FOR HER NATION
Every time she competes at the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon, Korea, she pledges to make a statement on behalf of her country. "This is sport and sport is meant to conquer everything. We had many heroes during the Arab Spring and they fought to create an awareness among the people. Just like these warriors, I want to fight for my country, but without the violence. Every time I enter the pool, I am making a statement on behalf of Syria. I compete for Syria and carry the flag of my country not just on the field but here in my heart." (gulfnews.com, 24 Sep 2014)

FROM ALEPPO TO DAMASCUS
She moved from her hometown of Aleppo to Damascus after receiving a scholarship from the University of Damascus to pursue a career in political sciences. She lives in a sports hostel with fellow athletes who received a similar scholarship. (gulfnews.com, 24 Sep 2014)

Social Media
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