Jordan’s potential in the world of karate has been underlined by one of its young fighters who finished fifth at the 10th World Karate Juniors, Cadet and U21 Championships in Spain.
Mohammad Fahed finished fifth in the 60kg category after narrowly losing the Bronze medal match to Egypt's Malik Salmeh. Earlier he beat Iran’s Ali Miskeni 7-2, and then he beat Croatia's Luca Kondick, 2-0.
Fahed also beat Montenegro's Dolofik Ninad before losing the semi-final to Uzbekistan's Sadridin Semadove to drop into the bronze medal play-off.
Hala Turaish missed out in the 68kg after unluckily losing in the second round to Spain's Maria Nito.
Earlier she beat Brazil's Pamela Milo 4-0.
Jordan has sent 14 fighters under the supervision of head coach Ibrahim Abu Al Eddam and juniors coach Na'el Oaimer. The event has welcomed 1,700 youngsters from 109 countries.