Three Jordanians have booked their places for the prestigious Taekwondo Grand Prix series which gets underway on June 1 in Italy.
Olympic gold medalist, Ahmad Abu Ghaush, who enjoyed considerable success last year in the series, will be joined on the circuit by Hamzeh Qattan and Juliana Al Sadeq due to their lofty positions in the World Taekwondo Federation rankings.
The Grand Prix provide fighters with the opportunity to collect Olympic points to enhance their rankings ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Games.
After Italy, the series moves on to Moscow in August, followed by Thailand, UK and the final round in the UAE.
Head Coach, Faris Al Assaf, described the news of the three qualifying as "exceptional".
"We are so proud to have qualified three fighters to the series which is an exceptional achievement.
All three have trained so hard and will continue to improve by competing in these events,” he said.
Abu Ghaush previously won gold in the London Grand Prix last season.