Jauhari Johan managed to make Indonesia famous after finishing first in the 2019 Tri Factor Asian Championship Series competition, the duathlon festival category in Belitung, Bangka Belitung Islands Province on Sunday, July 7, 2019.Jauhari Johan became the fastest with a record time of 2 hours 6 minutes 40 seconds followed by Wai Kit Lam in second place with a record time of 2 hours 7 minutes 25 seconds and Gen Lin Foo in the third position time of 2 hours 10 minutes 57 seconds. In the event, the participants must complete the challenge of running for 10 kilometers, cycling for 40 kilometers and running 5 kilometers.Meanwhile, Indonesian women's triathlon athlete, Eva Desiana also recorded brilliant results in the women's section. she managed to finish in second place in the individual standard category duathlon, with a record time of 2 hours 22 minutes. The 2019 Tri Factor Championship in Belitung was attended by hundreds of participants from various countries including the former Candidate for Vice President Sandiaga Solahudin Uno who also participated.
Indonesian male tennis player, Christopher Rungkat has the chance to compete at the 2020 Olympics in doubles but with a number of conditions to be met. General Chairman of the Executive Board of Indonesian Tennis Association (PB Pelti), Rildo Anwar told ANTARA in Jakarta on Tuesday night (9/7) that with 69 ATP rankings, Christopher Rungkat has the chance to pursue top 10 until June 2020. To be able to compete at the 2020 Olympics, Rildo as the 2018 mixed Asian Gold double medalist could only play in multiple categories.According to Rildo, in the singular number, the opportunity for Christopher is very small because the ranking is too far, namely 241, while the requirement to qualify for the single category Olympics is ranked 56th in the ATP or WTA. For the dual category, there are 32 slots for both male and female tennis players. If Christopherb manages to be in the top 10 position of ATP, Rildo said that Christopherb ho is 29-year-old could determine his compatriot pair with the condition that his partner must be ranked in the top 300 of ATP or WTA.
Indonesian Tibo Monabesa became the International Boxing Organization (IBO) flyweight champion after the three match judges awarded him a victory over Australian Omari Kimweri in a 12-round full match at OepoiKupang Sports Hall, East Nusa Tenggara on Sunday (7 / 7 nights.Of the three judges, all of them raised Tibo. Judge Jerrold Tomeldan gave a score of 114-113, judge Kriangsak Thonghong 116-111 and judge Cherdchai Srirat 118-110. The match led by Australian referee, Gary Ingraham and witnessed directly by the Minister of Youth and Sports, Imam Nahrawi accompanied by East Nusa Tenggara Governor, Viktor B. Laiskodat took place excitingly since the first round.Both boxers showed their respective abilities in order to get a heavy blow. In front of his supporters in the second round,Tibo was hit hard by Omari, so that his left temple bleeding. Omari only excelled in the early rounds through his agile boxer technique, as well as fast jab and combination. But several times Omari also got a hard hit and a light jab from Tibo. Entering the 7th round, Tibo is even more excited. The people of East Nusa Tenggara who were present to watch the match, according to Tibo, made him eager to present the world title to Indonesia, especially for the people of East Nusa Tenggara.
Indonesian male chess player, Catur Adi Sagita who dropped the standard number only finished third or a bronze medal in the 2019 Asian Juniors and Girls U-20 Chess Championship which was held at Hotel Lorin Surakarta, Central Java, on Monday (8/7) night. Catur Adi Sagita who was ranked 2240 was able to collect 6 points, while Vietnamese chess player, Nguyen AnhKhoi managed to collect 8 points and won the gold medal, and Indian chess player, Raghunan dan Kaumandur Sihari got 7 points or was in second place with silver.The women's first junior champion of standard number section also won SerikbayAssel chess gold medal from Kazakhstan with 7 points, silver by Vantika Agrawal from India with 7 points, and bronze by AakankshaHagawane from India (6 1/2) points. While host chess player, Karenza Dita finished fifth with 6 points.According to Chairman of the Development and Achievement Division of the Executive Board Indonesian Chess Association (PB Percasi), Kristianus Liem, Indonesia in the championship all received three medals, one silver medal, and two bronze medlas. He said that the two bronze medals are from the flash number by JuwitaArdilia, and one from the standard number by CaturAdiSagita.