The Public Security Kickboxing team has won the gold as part of their participation in the International Clubs Championship, whose competitions were held at the Martyr Rashid Al-Zayoud Hall in Al-Hussein Youth City.
Public Security players won the first positions and presented outstanding levels in the tournament, achieving (11) colored medals, including 7 golds, two silvers and two bronzes.
The championship witnessed strong and exciting competition, and more than (450) players representing fourteen countries participated in it, namely: Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Sudan, Palestine, Syria, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Bahrain, India, Yemen, in addition to Jordan.
The technical results for the Public Security players were as follows:
Gold Medal under (60) kg by player Hamza Mesmar.
Gold medal under (63) kg by the player Muhyiddin Osama.
Gold Medal under (74) kg by the player Asad El Din Sharif.
Gold medal under (75) kg by the player Muhannad Afana.
Gold medal under (81) kg by the player Ibrahim Zayed.
Gold medal in weight under (91) kg by the player Abdul Rahim Al-Maaita.
Gold Medal over (91) kg by the player Ahmed Al-Shaloul.
Silver Medal in under (67) kg by the player Anas Bilal.
Silver Medal in weight over (91) kg by the player Mohamed Najm.
Bronze Medal in weight under (75) kg by the player Omar Abu Rubikah.
Bronze Medal in weight under (75) kg by the player Abdul Raouf Al-Maaita.
It is worth noting that the Public Security kickboxing team coached by W.O. Raed Al-Dabej, has won first levels in international and local championships.