JOC official meets Jordan’s 2020 Olympic, Paralympic referees

JOC Secretary General Nasser Majali meets with Jordan referees
JOC Secretary General Nasser Majali meets with Jordan referees who have been selected to preside over 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic matches, June 28, 2021. (Photo: JOC)
AMMAN — Jordan Olympic Committee Secretary General Nasser Majali on Monday with Jordanian referees and technicians set to take part in the postponed 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games, scheduled between July 23 and August 8.اضافة اعلان

Nasser congratulated the referees on their selection to preside over the Games, emphasizing that their achievements are of great value to Jordanian sports.

In statements carried by the Olympic Committee's official website, Majali stressed the significance of the referees’ appearance at the international event, wishing them success in the Tokyo Olympics and representing Jordan.

During the meeting, the referees expressed their pride in this participation, assuring that they will make Jordan proud.

The list of Jordanian referees participating in the Tokyo Olympics includes: Taha Mahjoub and Nabil Abdul-Karim (boxing), Azzam Al-Zoubi (Paralympic weightlifting), Adham Makhamdah, Ahmed Al-Ruwaili and Muhammad Bakkar (football), Adam Amawi (taekwondo), Iyad Al-Maghaira (fencing), Basel Al-Nubani (badminton), along with Hazem Naimat, who will participate in the Tokyo Olympics as an Executive Board Member of the International Taekwondo Federation.

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