The Indonesian rowing team managed to become the overall champion in the 2019 China-ASEAN international dragon boat championship which ended in Nanning, Guangxi Province, China last weekend.As quoted by Antara on weekend, Indonesian team official, Ripka Widjaja said that in the 200- meter match, 22 Indonesian crews finished in first place, beating other participants from China and ASEAN countries. 64 teams participated in the race in the 200-meter distance participated in by both the 12 clubs and 22 crew, including China, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Laos and Cambodia and Indonesia.
Indonesian men's singles Jonatan Christie won the Australian Open badminton tournament on Sunday (9/6) after defeating his country counterpart, Anthony Sinisuka Ginting in the All Indonesia final. As reported by the official BWF website on Sunday, Jojo who is the third seed in the tournament took 1 hour 7 minutes to conquer Ginting, as the second seed, in three games 21-17 13-21 21-14. The result became Jojo's third victory against his compatriots in five meetings. The victory is the Jojo's title for the second time this year after previously winning the New Zealand Open in May.Meanwhile, other Indonesian representatives in the final, mixed doubles, Praveen Jordan / Melati Daeva Oktaviati had to recognize the mixed doubles of China's first seed Wang Yilyu / Huang Dongping in two games 15-21 8-21 within 35 minutes.
Indonesian athlete Eki Febri Ekawati won a bronze medal at the second Asian Athletics Grand Prix series in Chongqing, China on Friday night local time.Quoted from Instagram, the Indonesian Central Athletics Association (PASI) on Saturday (8/9), Eki Febri finished third with a throw of 15.25 meters. The first and second positions were won by Chin host athletes, respectively Ka Bian with 17.01 meters, and Song Jiayuan 16.73 meters.Earlier in the first series on Tuesday (4/6), the 4x100m relay team managed to contribute a bronze medal with a record time of 39.61 seconds.
The 23rd Indonesian President's Cup International Championship committee stated that currently, there are 300 boxers from 27 countries that will compete in Labuan Bajo on July 22-29 2019. Chairman of the Indonesian Amateur Boxing Association (Pertina) Brigadier General Pol. Johni Asadoma, who is also the Deputy Chief of Regional Police of NTT, told Antara in Kupang on Tuesday (11/6) that currently, the number of boxers has increased to 300 participants. A number of countries that sent participants are Afghanistan, the United States, Australia, China, Taipei China, Gambia, Hong Kong, India, Pakistan and Thailand.Johni Asadoma hopes that with the increasing number of participants, the international boxing championship is in accordance with the PB Pertina Work Program of 2019 and the World Boxing Association (AIBA) Championship or World Boxing Calendar. In addition, the Committee already has 22 Referees / International Judges, and 8 international officers.He added that the categories and classes to be contested in the international boxing championship are 7 classes in the category of men and women.