storm over the past fortnight and ended the Greece Open in Athens with an incredible nine medals.
On a glorious final day, Hamzeh Qattan took silver in the +87kg, while Natalie Al Humaidi added bronze in the 63kg category.
It ended an incredible tour for the team whose Greece medal haul included two gold, five silver and two bronze medals.
This followed a successful tournament in Croatia where Jordan won a further three medals. It is not surprising that head coach Faris Al Assaf is in optimistic mood.
“This is the first time that we have taken a team like this to compete in two tournaments in Europe back-to-back and it proved hugely successful and beneficial to our development programme,” he said.
“Both tournaments were full of fighters at Olympic and World Championships level so our fighters performed superbly and gained some vital world ranking points.”