Uday Al Hindawi

Boxing taught me a lot of things.. Patience, courage and not despair. Qualifying for the Tokyo Olympics was the best thing that happened in my career.

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Curriculum Vitae

Al-Hendawi joined the Jordanian national team for the first time in 2010, and in 2014 he achieved his best achievements by winning the silver medal in the under 75 kg weight category at the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea. De and the Filipino Wilfredo Lopez before losing in the final to the world champion and the Asian champion at the time, Kazakh Zanibek Alemkhanoli. In that edition, the Jordanian boxing team won 3 medals, in addition to the silver of Al-Hindawi, both players Ihab Darwish and Obada Al-Kisbah won the bronze medal.

After that, Uday Al-Hindawi was able to achieve the bronze in the Arab Championship in 2018, and in the same year he won the bronze medal in the Algerian International Championship.

In 2020, Uday Al-Hindawi qualified for the first time in his career to the Olympic Games (Tokyo 2020) in the weight category under 81 kg by winning the bronze medal in the boxing qualifiers for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics for the continents of Asia and Oceania, which was hosted by the Jordanian capital Amman during the period from From March 3 to 11, 2020, Al-Hendawi was one of 5 Jordanian public security players who were able to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics through that liquidation.

Uday Al-Hindawi snatched the qualification for the Tokyo Olympics after winning in two matches against the American Samoa player Golando and the Thai player Yumkot Jackkabung before losing in the semi-finals to the 2019 world champion of Kazakhstan, Pekzad Nordolitov.

  • Sports
    Boxing
  • Date of Birth

    28/07/1991

  • The date of join

    2010

Statistics

Medal record

ChampionshipsMedalsGeneral
Qualification for the Tokyo OlympicsBronze2020
Asian GamesSilver2014

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