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National Karate team heads to Dubai for Senior Karate World Championship

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A photo of the national Karate team at Queen Alia International Airport. (Photo: Jordan Olympic committee)
AMMAN — On Sunday, the Jordanian National Karate team headed to Dubai to participate in the Senior Karate World Championship that will take place from November 16 till 21.اضافة اعلان

The team was headed by Coach Manar Shaath, Coach Ahmad Ibrahim, along with team manager Mohammad Ibrahim and the physical therapist Muaath Al-Madani.

Ten players will represent the national team:
Afeef Gaith for the under 60kg category.

Abdallah Hammad for the under 67kg category.

Hassan Massarweh for the under 75kg category.

Mazen Al-Juaaedi for the under 84kg category.

Joud Al-Durrous for the under 61kg category.

Huda Jaber for the under 68kg category.

Mahmmod Al-Sajjan for the over 84kg category.

Ahmad Shadeed, Zaki Abu Qaoud, and Abdelrahman Al-Masattfeh will be competing in the groups' category.

Four Jordanian judges will take part in the world championship, and they are Abdelhafeez Alia, Ibrahim Al-Duqus, Hanadi Al-Banna, and Faaeq Al-Jaafari.
The national team intensified preparations in the past few days to elevate physical and technical readiness for the world championship, including around 100 players and representing 117 countries.  

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