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Leen Mansour

Sector : Sports, Athletes

Personal Info

  • Country of residence: Jordan
  • Gender: Female
  • Born in: 2004
  • Age: 19
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Lynn Mansour (September 27, 2004 -) Jordanian national karate player. She started practicing karate at the age of ten with the Shotokan Center and joined the ranks of the Jordanian national team for the first time in 2019 after achieving gold in the national team qualifiers in 2018.

Her achievements
Lynn Mansour won the bronze medal in the under-47 kg competition at the World Junior, Youth and Under-21 Championships, which was hosted by the Chilean capital, Santiago, in 2019.

During the World Championship, Lynn Mansour won in her first fight in the round of 32 over the Ukrainian Andreeva Valeria with the advantage after a 0-0 draw, and then she defeated the Greek Lereti Vasiliki with a score of 7-0 in the quarter-finals before she also achieved victory in the quarter-finals over the Indonesian player. “Deborah” won 3-0, and in the semi-finals, Lynn Mansour lost to the Egyptian Fatima Sorour with the advantage after the match ended in a 0-0 draw, so “Mansour” moved on to play for the bronze medal, which she won after defeating the New Zealand player Hennessy with a score of 9-0.

Thanks to this medal, Lynn Mansour became the first Jordanian karate player to win a medal in one of the world championships in various age groups.

Lynn Mansour also won the silver medal in the Asian Junior Championship in 2019, which was held in Malaysia, and she also won the silver medal in the World Youth League Championship (Croatia round in 2019).


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