Abdullah Hammad has clinched a third gold medal for Jordan at the Asian Senior & Cadet, Junior and U21 Karate Championships in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
Hammad beat Iran's Ali Meskini in the final, 2-1, to win the gold in the -60kg weight category in the Senior Men’s.
Jordan finished the tournament by winning bronze in the Men’s team combat competition, after beating Chinese Taipei, 3-1, in the third-place fight-off.
These medals took Jordan’s tally to 14 for the championship, consisting of three gold, five silver and six bronze.
The event attracted over 450 fighters representing 23 Asian countries.
• Abdullah Hammad - Men’s -60kg (gold)
• Muhammad Al-Jaafari - Youth-76kg (gold)
• Yara Bashar - Women's -54kg (gold)
• Omar Shakra - U-21 -55kg (silver)
• Ahmed Abu Hazeem - Youth -61kg (silver)
• Youssef Nofal - Youth 76kg (silver)
• Serene El-Najjar - Women's -54kg (silver)
• Wassim Salama - Junior -63kg (silver)
• Men's National Team - Team (bronze)
• Abdul Rahman Al-Masafa - Men's -67kg (bronze)
• Abdullah Hammad - Under-21 -60kg (bronze)
• Lynn Mansour - Women's -53kg (bronze)
• Nourullah Bashar - Women's -59kg (bronze)
• Lynn Hagros - Women's -47kg (bronze)