Jordan has ended its record breaking Asian Beach Games with an incredible 13 medals, eight more than the Kingdom had won in total from four previous editions of the Games.
Wrestler Ameer Ishakat, 19, was the final Team Jordan member competing on the last day, losing three of his four group matches in the 90kg men’s category in Da Nang, Vietnam.
But overall it was an incredible tournament for Jordan, thanks laegely to the jiu jitsu team which won 12 medals. A 13th medal was secured by muay thai.
Jordan’s overall tally of four gold, four silver and five bronze medals secured a final place of eighth overall on the medals table from 42 nations taking part. The host nation finished top with Thailand in second and China third.
The closing ceremony will be held on Monday with handball player Ro’a Naser carrying the Jordan flag.