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Getting to grips with Kazakhstan event

By JT - Jun 19,2019 - Last updated at Jun 19,2019

AMMAN — The national Ju-Jitsu team has arrived in Kazakhstan where they will compete in the Grand Prix event in Nur-Sultan, according to the Jordan Olympic Committee News Service. The evernt stated on Wednesday and will run through June 23.

The team is led by: Zaid Abu Al Saud, chef de mission; Mohamed Samer Khair, assistant coach; Lana Al-Khader, therapist; and players Anas Shamout (-56kg), Fraih Al Harahsha (-62kg), Abdul Karim Al Rasheed (-69kg), Hamzah Othman (-77kg), Haidar Al Rasheed (-85kg), Zaid Jarandouqa (-94kg) and Yasmin Al Khatib (-45kg).

The team hopes to achieve outstanding results to further boost Jordan’s global reputation as a leading nation for the sport. It also provides timely preparation for the Asian Championships taking place from July 14-22, and the World Championships being held in the UAE from November 15-24.

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