Prince Faisal, Head of Jordanian Olympic Committee for the Third Time
Prince Faisal bin Al Hussein of Jordan was elected yesterday as head of the Jordanian Olympic Committee (JOC) for the third time in row.
During the event which took place at Al Hussein Youth City and after the announcement of the elections result, Prince Faisal addressed the audience and said that he looks forward to work and serve the Jordanian sports for the next three years.
The Prince, who is 50 years old, was elected for the first time to this position in 2003. As per its official website, the JOC – which was founded in 1957 – is the umbrella organization responsible for managing, developing and promoting sport in Jordan.
Prince Faisal is the second son of the late King Hussein and the younger brother of King Abullah II. He is a father of four children from his first marriage, and recently divorced his second wife, Princess Sarah.Filed under Jordanian Royals
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