With an important period coming up Jordan’s top senior, youth and junior Karate fighters have travelled to Ukraine for an intensive training camp.
The team arrived in Eastern Europe ahead of the International Lviv Cup championship that will be held there in the coming days.
Jordan has sent a strong team including Mohammad Fahed, Abdulrahman Masatfah, Bashar Al Najjar, Hatim Al Dweek, Mahmoud Al Sajjan and Mu'tasim Khair from the seniors with Qusai Hussein, Afif Ghaith, Hassan Al Masarwah, Mohammad Al Ja'fari and Zaki Abu Ka'oud travelling from the junior set-up.
The youth squad includes Mohammad Al Musa, Abdullah Hammad, Yazan Al Weher, Nasser Nasser and Ali Isma'el. The team will be managed by Head Coach, Mohammad Othman, and Coach, Nael Oweimer.
The seniors are building up towards next month’s fourth round of the World League in Morocco while the younger fighters have their minds on the Asian Karate Championships for juniors and youth that will be held in Japan in May.
The Men will also be looking to make a big impact when Amman hosts the Asian Championships in June.