4 / 6 / 2024 

The Jordanian national team and Public Security boxer "Hussein Ashish" won the qualification card for the Olympic Games (Paris "2024") after defeating the Armenian boxer "Rafael Hovhannisyan" in the qualifying play-off match of the world qualifiers for the Olympic Games (Paris "2024"), which concluded in the Thai capital, Bangkok.

"Ashish" succeeded in achieving (3) consecutive victories in the world qualifiers for the weight under (80) kg over each of the Belgian "Hadegit", the Romanian "Paul Aradoi", and the French "Cesar Yogerlin" before losing in the semi-final match against the Thai boxer "Weerapon Jongjoho", to move to the qualifying play-off in the qualifiers as Hussein succeeded in achieving victory over the Armenian player.

"Ashish" reserved  his presence in the Olympic Games for the third time in an unprecedented achievement, after his first appearance in the Rio 2016 Olympics, and then in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.


"Ashish" joined his two colleagues from the Public Security Knights in the national boxing team, Obada Al-Kasbeh and Ziad Asheesh, who qualified for the Olympics.

The number of qualified Public Security players in the national teams also increased to 6 players out of 9 players in the national teams who have so far qualified for the upcoming Olympic Games (Paris 2024).

The Jordanian Olympic Committee, headed by His Royal Highness Prince Faisal Ibn Al-Hussein, has achieved successive achievements in the size and type of international participation of the national teams in the past years, and works side by side with the Jordanian sports federations in this field. Public Security Directorate also provides its continuous support to all its players involved in in the national teams, to facilitate them and enable them to achieve the best results.