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Edition 03 September 2018

Cover Story

  • The Youthful Champions

    The Youthful Champions

    The 18th Asian Games saw the arrival of some new athletic stars for Indonesia.

  • A Smile Breaking Over the Hurdles

    A Smile Breaking Over the Hurdles

    Hurdler Emilia Nova won Indonesia’s first track medal in the Asian Games in 20 years. She reached national-level training without going through a selection process.

  • Crawling Before Running

    Crawling Before Running

    Fortunately, Sapwaturrahman, 24, has a lot of willpower. If not, Indonesia might have had one less medal in the Asian Games, namely a bronze medal in the men’s long lump.

  • New Energy in Cipayung

    New Energy in Cipayung

    Some young athletes in Indonesia’s badminton team have soared in the 2018 Asian Games. The strongest are still the men’s doubles Marcus/Kevin.

  • Bronze turns to Gold

    Bronze turns to Gold

    Surprisingly, Indonesia won a gold medal in tennis. The last Asian Games tennis gold was 28 years ago.

  • Imam Nahrawi, Minister of Youth and Sports: The real target was 34 golds

    Imam Nahrawi, Minister of Youth and Sports: The real target was 34 golds

    Not once, has Youth and Sports Minister Imam Nahrawi, 45, missed attending the 2018 Asian Games competitions since the continental sporting event kicked off on August 18.

  • Thanks to the PhD Coach

    Thanks to the PhD Coach

    The Indonesian pencak silat team scored a surprise victory by becoming the overall 2018 Asian Games champions. The key of their success is the presence of young athletes and changes in training patterns.

  • The Spiderwoman from Grobogan

    The Spiderwoman from Grobogan

    Despite training with limited facilities, the speed climbing athlete has made an impressive achievement in the 2018 Asian Games. She is concerned about the preparations for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

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