Jordan has finished top of the 2017 Powerlifting World Cup medal standings following a superb haul of five golds and one silver.
It was an amazing week for the seven man and three woman delegation who finished ahead of the Ukraine in second with the Netherlands and China finishing joint third.
Rio’s Paralympic silver medalist Omar Qaradeh brought home the first gold for Jordan in the 49kg, and his teammate Mohammad Tarbash scored the second gold in the 59kg.
AbdulKareem Khattab won the third gold in 80kg before Rio medalist Tharwat Al Hajjaj won top honours in female 79kg.
The final gold was won by Jameel Shebli in the 107kg category, while former world champion Mu’taz Al Junaidi won silver in the 88kg.
The organizing Committee chose Mu’taz Al Junaidi as the best success story among all participants, recognising his return from serious injury to win.
Almost 200 athletes took part from over 30 countries.