The Jordan Olympic Committee (JOC) has concluded a series of high level meetings with sports leaders in Lausanne to share Jordan’s new four-year strategic plan.
The JOC Secretary General, Nasser Majali, met with representatives from the International Olympic Committee (IOC) at their headquarters as well as senior figures from the International Sports Federations for swimming, volleyball, triathlon, basketball, archery and golf that are also based in the Swiss city.
“It was a very fruitful visit which will reap dividends for Jordan sport,” said Majali. “We are in the early stages of a very ambitious and exciting plan so to be able to share our strategy and receive feedback from senior figures in the sporting world was extremely beneficial.”
Majali also met with officials from Olympic Solidarity which is the funding arm of the Olympic Movement along with the representatives of the Olympic Channel.
Last month the JOC unveiled its new four-year strategic plan to raise the bar for sport in Jordan. It will see the JOC work closer with its National Sports Federations as well as other stakeholders in order to improve performance both on and off the playing fields.