The Iranian delegation claimed 10 gold medals, six silver and one bronze in the competition and won the title with 179 points.
Alireza Hosseinpour (Juniors Male -48), Amirhossein Bahrabadi (Juniors Male -73), Ali Najafi (Juniors Male +78), Negar Esmaeili (Juniors Female -44), Yalda Valinejad (Juniors Female -63), Ali Tavakoli (Juniors Male -51), Amir Sina Bakhtiari (Juniors Male -59), Mobina Kalivand (Juniors Female -42), Ghazal Soltani (Juniors Female -52) and Anahita Tavakloi (Juniors Female -68) won 10 gold medals.
Pasha Atarodi (Juniors Male -55), Hamed Asghari (Juniors Male -63), Nastaran Valizadeh (Juniors Female -55), Amir Moevalede Shahrestani (Juniors Male -45), Pedram Jamshidi (Juniors Male -68) and Tina Modanlou (Juniors Female -59) claimed six silver medals.
Ali Akbari also won a bronze medal at the Juniors Male -78.
South Korea came second with 110 points (3-4-7) and China finished in third place with 77 points (3-1-2).
A total of 385 athletes of 31 countries competed in the two-day competition which was held at the Princess Hamza Hall in Amman, Jordan.
- source : Mehrnews