Jordan will welcome 28 countries to join them in Amman for the Al Hassan International Taekwondo Championship G1 that will be held in the first week of July.
Some of the world’s top fighters, including Olympic medallists, are set to compete at Prince Hamzeh Hall in Al Hussein Youth City, with the Jordan Taekwondo Federation saying that everything is on track.
HRH Prince Rashid Bin Al Hassan, President of the Jordan Taekwondo Federation, is leading the organising committee’s efforts to provide a world-class tournament.
TAEKWONDO TEAM TO WELCOME CROATIA FOR CAMP
Jordan’s top Taekwondo fighters will train alongside the best from Croatia for an intensive camp in Amman next week.
The teams will base themselves at the Olympic Preparations Centre with both using the camp to prepare for the approaching Al Hassan Championship.
Head Coach, Faris Al Assaf, explained the reason behind it. “I’m really happy with the idea of this camp,” he said. “It’s important that our fighters prepare properly for this championship and experience different techniques which Croatia will bring next week.
We are looking forward to welcoming them to Jordan.”