Jordan have built on a successful opening day by winning more medals on the second and final day at the Bulgaria Open Taekwondo Championship in Sofia.
After two silvers on day one, Jordan added two gold and three bronze to finish the event with a healthy haul of medals.
Saleh Al Sharabati clinched gold in the -80kg class after beating Serbian, Ivan Karaglovetch, in the final.
Earlier he beat fighters from Macedonia, Greece, and the UK’s world bronze medallist Damon Samson.
Juliana Al Sadeq added another gold in the women’s -67kg category after beating Germany’s Sandra Danisman, 22-3.
Hamzeh Qattan took bronze in the +87kg, while Bana Daraghmeh lost the semi-final of the -49km to Turkey’s Rukkaya Yldrem to settle for bronze.
The third bronze medal was achieved by Mohammad Tamimi in the -54kg weight.
Jordan’s Olympic hero Ahmad Abu Ghaush missed the tournament due to an injured hand he suffered winning gold the previous week.