Jordan has got off to a magnificent start at the 2nd Asian Ju Jitsu Championships taking place in Hanoi, Vietnam, by winning two gold medals.
Hamzeh Al Rasheed sent Jordan on their way by winning the -77kg category after beating Kyrgyzstan’s Murtazali Murtazaliev in the final.
Earlier he beat the host nation’s Tuan Hoc Nguyen, Kazakhstan’s Albert Aldiyarov and Kyrgyzstan’s Bekaiar Egemberdiev to reach the final.
Not to be outdone, Rana Qubbaj showed she is back to her best after injury by clinching women’s gold in the -70kg by defeating Thailand’s Ononag Sangsirichok in the final by submission.
Qubbaj earlier defeated Kazakhstan’s Aliya Tipova and Kazakhstan’s Nina Kim to fight for the gold.
She later picked up bronze in the open weight category after losing the semifinal to Thailand’s Ononag Sangsirichok.
There were further medals for Jordan with Zaid Sami taking bronze in the -94kg after losing the semi-final to the UAE’s Faisal Al Kitibi.
Earlier he had beaten the Philippines Gilbert Ombao, and Korea’s Lee Gangiae.
Jordan has already matched the two gold medals won at last year’s inaugural Asian Championships held in Turkmenistan. The action will continue on Monday.