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Hedaya Malak Wahba (Arabic: هداية ملاك وهبة, born 21 April 1993) is an Egyptian taekwondo practitioner. She participated in the 2012 and the 2016 Olympics and won a bronze medal in 2016.
Malak took up taekwondo aged six, following her elder brother; she was joined by her younger brother. She ranked first in the Giza governorate championship before winning Egypt's championship at 14 years old.
At the London 2012 Olympics, she competed in the Taekwondo women's 57 kg and qualified for the quarterfinals by defeating Robin Cheong of New Zealand in the round of 16. She was defeated at the quarterfinals by Marlène Harnois of France.
She qualified for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, ranking third in the WTF Olympic Rankings as of December 2015. Malak passed through the early rounds, defeating Doris Patiño and Mayu Hamada before losing out in the semifinals to Eva Calvo of Spain. Malak then won the bronze medal after defeating Raheleh Asemani of Belgium in the Repechage.
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