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Abdullah Hammad, the national karate team player and student at Al-Ahliyya Amman University in the Department of Physical and Health Education, was crowned with a bronze medal in the nineteenth edition of the Asian Games held in the Chinese city of Hangzhou.
Hammad succeeded in achieving the second Jordanian karate medal in the current edition of the Asian Games, after the silver medal won by Hassan Masarweh in the under-75 kg competition.
Abdullah Hammad won the bronze medal after his victory in his fight against the Saudi player Saud Al-Bashir with a score of 5-2 in the under 60 kg weight competition.
The President of Al-Ahliyya Amman University, Professor Dr. Sari Hamdan, expressed his pride and happiness at the achievement of the student who received a full scholarship during his bachelor’s studies at Al-Ahliyya Amman University, praising his efforts, and expressing his hope that he will continue to achieve more successes and championships, and continue the honorable representation of Jordan.
Abdullah Hammad began his participation by defeating the Kyrgyz player Rafael Akbarov, with a score of 2-0, in the round of 16, and then defeated the Pakistani player, Humayun, with a score of 8-2, in the quarter-finals, before losing in the semi-finals to the Kuwaiti player, Abdullah. Shaaban with a score of 0-7.