Jordan’s brilliant Taekwondo team have given the Kingdom one of their best ever starts to an Asian Games, with all eyes now turning to Ju-Jitsu on Friday to see if they can continue the run in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Jordan’s medal haul stands at one gold and three bronzes following four glorious days of Taekwondo competition, and there are high hopes that Ju-Jitsu can clinch more podium places.
First up will be Ghaleb Al Harahsheh who meets Kuwait’s Nasser Al Farraj in the -69kg category, while Abdullah Nabbas will meet Iraq’s Ahmad Al Sabbah in the same weight.
Yasmeen Al Khateeb will launch her campaign by meeting The Philippines Margarita.
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