Although The Champ Camp at its core is an Olympic Weightlifting school, its model has provided an environment that goes beyond simply building champion athletes. We are building champion people for life. Based on this philosophy, we have succeeded in delivering a myriad of holistic grassroot programs that significantly contributed to the development of our youth. Some of these programs include entrepreneurship hubs to solve complex problems, educational camps to offer unique skills, female-only spaces to tackle local challenges, self-development schemes for the acquisition of interpersonal skills and beyond.
On an athletic level, our champions have collected over 300 medals in local and international competitions. Making up the majority of Jordan's National Team, they have competed in 5 different countries. Additionally, we have proudly given birth to the largest women's weightlifting team in the history of the Arab world – evidence of our high commitment to breaking barriers through sport.
Our work and efforts have received various International recognitions extending from Royal visits to being celebrated on United Nations occasions. One of our most notable achievement was becoming the first ever Arab recipients of the prestigious Filippas Engel award – winning both main prizes of the ceremony in 2018.