Mohammed Al-Wadi

Participating in the Tokyo Olympics was the best way to end my career after 20 years in the boxing rings

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Curriculum Vitae

Muhammad Al-Wadi grew up in a sports family that loves boxing and practiced this sport and represented the Jordanian national team. Muhammad Al-Wadi began his training in 1999 with his father and joined the national team for the first time in 2000.

Al-Wadi won the gold of the Arab Games in 2007 in Egypt and returned in 2011 in the Qatari capital, Doha, to achieve another gold in the Arab Games and succeeded in 2011 by winning the bronze medal in the Asian Championship in South Korea, and in 2011 it also won the bronze medal in the Islamic Solidarity Games, which took place in Azerbaijan.

In 2020, Mohamed Al-Wadi was able to qualify for the first time in his career to the Olympic Games in Tokyo after winning the silver medal in the under-57kg competition.

“The Valley” began its career during the Olympic qualifiers by winning the round of 16 over the Indian “Agusto” and then bypassing the obstacle of the South Korean, Ham Sangmyong, and qualified after this victory to the Tokyo Olympics, and in the semi-finals “The Valley” succeeded in winning over the Vietnamese Nguyen Van Duong before losing in the final to the first seed and world champion and Asian Uzbek Mirazibek.

  • Sports
    Boxing
  • Date of Birth

    17/08/1985

  • The date of join

    2000

Statistics

Medal record

ChampionshipsMedalsGeneral
Qualification for the Tokyo OlympicsBronze2020
Islamic Solidarity GamesBronze2017
Arab GamesGolden2011
Asian Senior ChampionshipBronze2011
Arab GamesGolden2007

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