Shooting sports and roller skaters contribute the highest gold medals during the National sports event. Papuan athletes winning gold medals are below.
Pekan Olahraga Nasional (PON) or National Sports Week XX Papua 2021 ended but the success can still be relished. As the host for the first time, Papua and West Papua have shown other provinces in Indonesia the revival of their regions. Besides being successful as the host, athletes representing Papua and West Papua also succeeded in winning 93 gold medals, 66 silver medals, and 102 bronze medals.
Those numbers are, of course, something that can always be proud of. The total medal gained makes them ranked fourth in PON XX Papua 2021. To know further about Papuan athletes winning gold medals, below is the information.
The shooting sports were the highest gold contributor for Papua. In shooting sports, Papua and West Papua saved ten gold medals.
Standard rifle 300 m team
Farid Prayuda and Irawan Saputra secured the gold medals after defeating Farhaenudi and Kriswantoro from East Java and Edi Susanto and Trisnarmanto from West Java. Farhaenudi and Kriswantoro landed the silver medals while Edi and Trisnarmanto received bronze medals.
Double Trap team
Andreas Yunut Boky and Slamet Riadi gave more pride for Cendrawasih Island by securing gold medals after outperforming Hilmansyah and Woli Hamsan from Sumatra and Lantik Insan Prabowo and Sugeng Widodo from Bangka Belitung.
In these sports, Papua and West Papua stole both gold and silver medals. Andreas Yunut Boky secured the gold medal while the silver medal went to Slamet Riadi. Meanwhile, Jakarta ranked third with Anas Muhsinun Joko Santoso bringing home the bronze medals.
Andreas Yunut Boky and Slamet Riadi contributed gold medals for Papua and West Papua through the shooting trap team. Bagus Sholeh Aristyawan and Mariandi from West Nusa Tenggara brought home silver medals. Meanwhile, the bronze medals went to Anas Muhsinun Joko Santoso and Gilbert Joel Sumendap from Jakarta.
10 meters running target
Nourma Try Indriani showed her excellent performance and succeeded in winning the gold medal. The second place with the silver medal was placed by Feny Bachtiar from South Kalimantan. Herce Meiske from South Sumatra placed third place with the bronze medal.
10 meters mixed running target
Again, Papua and West Papua won the gold and silver medals in the same category. Nourma Try Indriani contributed the gold prize while Rica Nensi Br Perangin-angin secured the bronze medal. The third spot with a bronze medal was placed by Nurul Sofiah from Jakarta.
Still, in the shooting sports category, Fany Febriana Wulandari from Papua won the gold medal, followed by Sylvia Silimang and Daniella Marchiano Lumi from Jakarta with silver and bronze medals respectively.
The gold medals for the skeet team were secured by Fany Febriana Wulandari and Sarmunah from Papua. Meanwhile, the silver medals were won by Daniella Marchiano Lumi and Sylvia Silimang from Jakarta and Nina Agustina and Ninda Sepinja Putri from West Java.
Women double trap
Not only did the men’s team win gold medals for shooting double trap, but the women’s team as well. Fany Febriana Wulandari and Sarmunah contributed other triumphs for Papua and West Papua. The silver medals were won by Evi Rusdiany and Supadmi from West Nusa Tenggara. Meanwhile, the bronze medals went to Nina Agustina and Ninda Sepinja Putri from West Java.
Women double trap team
The tenth gold medal from shooting sports was contributed by Fany Febriana Wulandari and Sarmunah. The two defeated Daniella Marchiano Lumi and Sylvia Silimang from Jakarta and Nina Agustina and Ninda Sepinja Putri from West Java.
The second-highest gold contributor for the Papua and West Papua contingent is roller skates with eight gold medals. Papuan athletes winning gold medals in the Roller skates category are:
ITT 100 m (man)
Dave Emmanuel Abel contributed the gold medal in roller skates ITT 100 meters, followed by Muhammad Khadafi from North Sumatra and Muhammad Bagus Mardevi from South Sumatra.
ITT 200 m (man)
For the next category, ITT 200 meter, Papua and West Papua secured all three prizes. The gold medal was won by Muhammad Bagus Laksmendra, the silver prize was secured by Ghufran Martianza Wira Fawwaz, and the bronze prize was collected by Raehan Julio Putra.
ITT 300 m (man)
Sindu Adiluhung from Papua contingent gained the gold prize after defeating Rangga Putra Pratama W. from East Kalimantan and Tengku Anggito Wicaksono from Riau.
ITT 400 m (man)
Jeremia Wihardja proudly presented the gold medals, after beating Nafi’dhiya Pradhiasta from Jakarta and Hilmanafika Sagarmatha from Yogyakarta.
ITT 100 m (woman)
Ghea Ivana Kusuma Rachman contributed to Papua the gold medal, followed by Rifa Moza Rizqia from East Kalimantan and Saskia Rachma Nandita from Banten.
ITT 200 m (woman)
Dhinda Salsabila also contributed the gold prize for the roller skate category, followed by Khansa Nayra Qatrinnada from North Sumatra and Nurul Nazwa from North Maluku.
ITT 300 m (Woman)
Zhahwa Harmalia Putri won the gold medal. Meanwhile, the silver and bronze prizes went to Rifa Moza Rizqia from East Kalimantan and Latisha Luna Sasmito from Jakarta respectively.
ITT 400 m (Woman)
For roller skates ITT 400 m, Papua secured the gold and bronze medals by Deitalianis Stegrian and Zhahwa Harmalia Putri successively. As for the silver medal, Latisha Luna Sasmito from Jakarta won the prize.
Besides shooting and roller skates sports, Papuan athletes winning gold medals also from other categories namely Muaythai, diving, tarung derajat, judo, aeromodelling, billiard, canoeing, rock climbing, bodybuilding, martial arts, karate, chess, and field hockey.
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