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Last Wednesday, our U16 and U18 girls volleyball teams played two friendlies against ACS and managed to win both games. Bravo IAA!
Go Hawks! IAA Breaking Records at the 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan.
IAA"s Aliya Bushnaq (Track & Field), Lara Aklouk, Sayf Hatabeh, Farah Rawashdeh, Deniz Korsheh, Jafar Jarrar & Lama Zaim (Swimming) represented IAA in the Jordanian national team and their achievements were remarkable with new Jordanian records, breaking own records and many medals.
3rd place in 400m, qualified to semi-finals and broke the Jordanian record (previous record 1:03:62 - Aliya's record 59:94) and then broke her own record in the semi-final (new record 58:80).
7th place in 4x50 relay with a new Jordanian record 1:46:91
4th place in 4x100 relay with a new Jordanian record 3:36:73
Broke her own record in the 100m butterfly 1:07:91 and finished 5th.
400 free 1st place for age group 5:31
200 breaststroke 2nd place for age group 3:14
100 free 2nd place (breaking new record )1:08
400 IM 2nd place for age group 6:28
800 free 1st place ; time 10:22
Breaking new age group record
400 free 1st place ; time 4:59:34
100 free 1st place ; time: 1:05
400 IM 1st place ; time: 6:03 breaking new record.
200 IM 1st place for age group silver medal
50 free 1st place for age group no medal
200 breast 3rd place for age group no medal
50 breast 3rd place for age group no medal
400 IM first place Gold medal
IAA wishes Sayf Hatabeh G9, Lara Aklouk G10 and Aliya Bushnaq G12 the best of luck as they participate in the 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. The IAA athletes are among the Jordanian National team to represent the Kingdom in both swimming and track & field competitions in one of the biggest events of the region.