As the Jordan Olympic Committee continues its look back at previous Asian Games ahead of the 2018 version getting underway this week, we visit the last edition in 2014 when there was a late flurry of Jordan medals.
It was Boxing that led the way with no less than three medals, which, added to a silver in Karate, saw Jordan travel home from Incheon, South Korea, with four medals.
The 17th edition of the Asian Games was the third time that it had been held in South Korea, following on from 1986 and 2002.
The event welcomed 9,510 athletes representing 45 countries who competed in 36 sports and 439 sports events.
Jordan sent a delegation of 97 athletes who competed in Boxing, Karate, Taekwondo, Football, Wrestling, Judo, Squash, Basketball, Triathlon, Weightlifting, Wushu and Cycling.
Abdulrahman Al Masatfah got things underway with his silver medal in Karate, before Boxers Udai Al Hindawi (silver), Obada Al Kesbeh (bronze) and Ihab Al Matbouoli (bronze) secured more glory for Jordan.