Hedaya Malak Wahba 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 started practicing the Korean martial art, which relies heavily on kicking, when she was 10 years old. She joined Egypt’s junior national team before moving to the senior team.
Wahba ranked first in the Giza governorate championship before winning Egypt’s championship at 14 years old.
She has participated in 27 international contests, winning seven international gold medals, seven silver medals, and eight bronze medals.