Sierra Leonean wrestler Ibrahim Bunduka, who is based in America, has recently secured a notable achievement by winning a silver medal.

This accomplishment further enhances his already impressive track record.

Bunduka clinched the silver medal at the recent African wrestling championship held in Ham Mamet, Tunisia. Competing in the 60kg Greco-Roman category, he displayed remarkable skill and determination. Although he fell short of claiming the gold medal, he put up a valiant fight against Haithem Mahmoud Ahmed Fahmy Mahmoud from Egypt, and secured victory over Mohamed Yassine Hkiri.

Bunduka’s outstanding performance has earned him well-deserved recognition from various organizations and individuals, including the national Olympic committee of Sierra Leone.

Notably, Bunduka has an impressive background in wrestling. He became part of the Averett University wrestling program as an assistant coach in August 2018. Over the course of two seasons, he served as a graduate assistant coach before transitioning to a volunteer assistant coach in July 2020. Throughout his career, he has achieved notable success in the Greco-Roman discipline and other wrestling arenas.