Jordan Olympic Committee (JOC)
  • THE SKY HAS NO LIMITS

    Any one of those roles alone would mean a hectic life for most men his age, but add to the mix that he is the World’s Number One for his chosen sport of Jujitsu, and you get the sense that there is something special about this man.. More...
  • JOC IN TUNE WITH RADIO HALA AND BLISS 104.3FM

    AMMAN – The Jordan Olympic Committee (JOC) has signed a groundbreaking agreement with popular radio stations Radio Hala and Bliss 104.3 that will help to spread positive sporting news across the Kingdom.. More...
  • JOC LAUNCHES SOCIAL MEDIA CAMPAIGN

    AMMAN – A campaign to engage with thousands of Jordanians through social media has been launched by the Jordan Olympic Committee (JOC).. More...
  • BASKETBALL FINALS BEGIN MONDAY

    AMMAN – The Jordan Basketball finals begin Monday night when Orthodoxi meet Ittihad Schools at Prince Hamzeh Hall (6:30pm).. More...
  • VOTING FINISHES FOR BLACK IRIS SPORTS AWARDS

    ublic voting for the 2014 Black Iris Sports Awards has concluded with the winners to be announced at a gala event next month. The final category for Best Paralympic Athlete concluded last night (Thursday ) with 15,000 votes spread between the shortlisted athletes of Khetam Abu Awad (table tennis), Mutaz Al Junaidi (powerlifting) and Abdel Kareem Khattab (powerlifting).. More...
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The Jordan Olympic Committee is the umbrella organisation responsible for managing, developing and promoting sport in Jordan. Our vision is for sport to play a fundamental role in the lives of all Jordanians and I extend a warm welcome to our official web site.
Feisal Al Hussein
ATHLETES of the Week
  • THE SKY HAS NO LIMITS THE SKY HAS NO LIMITS
    Any one of those roles alone would mean a hectic life for most men his age, but add to the mix that he is the World’s Number One for his chosen sport of Jujitsu, and you get the sense that there is something special about this man.
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  • ‘I want more medals, not sympathy’ ‘I want more medals, not sympathy’
    She has become Jordan’s most decorated sportswoman and made history by winning the first, and still the only, Jordanian gold at an Olympic or Paralympic Games.
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  • Sweet 16 with Olympic Dreams Sweet 16 with Olympic Dreams
    Balqees Al Qudah has become a local fencing hero after winning gold, silver and bronze in the 2013 West Asian Championships, and gold in the Qatar Championship earlier this year, and now she has her hopes on making an impact at the Youth Olympics in Nanjing, China from August 11.
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