Bahrain has celebrated the country's first major Para-taekwondo gold medal.
Noora Yusuf Zainal topped the podium at the Arab Online Para-Taekwondo Championship this month, a poomsae event which was held virtually amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Rawan Ismaeel Al Saad also won a bronze medal as the Middle Eastern nation enjoyed a successful event.
Coach Fajar Al-Binali, who won a silver medal in the women's over-30s recogised poomsae at the 2019 World Taekwondo Beach Championships in Egypt, paid tribute to the country's performers.
"It was the Kingdom's first international participation," she said to Kawa News.
"A victory for Bahraini Para-athletes in any form of martial arts is, therefore, a historic event and a moment of great honour for all of us."
The event was organised by the United Arab Emirates Taekwondo Federation and Dubai Police's People of Determination Council.
Supervision was provided by the Arab Taekwondo Federation.
Forty-seven athletes took part, including 19 women, from six Arab countries.
They all submitted their performances live, with a jury who were watching online then responsible for judging.
Taekwondo is due to make its debut on the Paralympic Games sport programme at Tokyo 2020, alongside badminton.
The Games are now scheduled to take place next year due to the coronavirus pandemic.