The Jordan Olympic Committee (JOC) has requested data on procedures carried out by the Jordan Boxing Federation across the Worldwide Boxing Affiliation (AIBA) Youth World Boxing Championships, following the dying of Rashid Al-Swaisat.
Al-Swaisat died on Monday (April 26) on the age of 19.
He had been admitted to hospital 11 days prior after collapsing within the third spherical of an under-81 kilograms contest with Anton Winogradow of Estonia on the World Championships in Kielce.
Al-Swaisat underwent surgical procedure on his mind within the hospital.
The JOC is searching for additional data across the circumstances of Al-Swaisat’s dying.
The organisation wrote to the Jordan Boxing Federation, requesting data from the nationwide physique, the Worldwide Boxing Affiliation and native organisers.
“To start with, we provide our condolences to ourselves, the household of the deceased, the sports activities household, and the Jordan Boxing Federation, on the dying of the nationwide workforce participant for the youth class, Rashid Al-Swaisat, and we ask God Almighty to bless his soul,” the JOC wrote within the letter.
“Please present us, inside a most of two working days, with all of the procedures that had been carried out by you, earlier than, throughout, and after the participation of the nationwide youth workforce within the World Championship, which was held in Poland, throughout which the late Rashid Al-Swaisat was injured.
“Additionally, please contact the Worldwide Boxing Federation and the Organising Committee of the event to supply us, by you, with all of the procedures and investigations that accompanied the accident and the dying of the late participant, as rapidly as attainable.”
An area police investigation is reportedly underway to make clear the circumstances of the incident which led to the damage to Al-Swaisat.
There isn’t any indication of felony misconduct and there’s no investigation within the prosecutors workplace at this stage.