2018 Asian Para Games: Indonesia Wins Gold Medal from Para-Athletic

Jakarta, MINA – Indonesia won the 2018 Asian Para Games gold medal from the para-athletic sporting event the number of female F20 bullets through Suparniyati.

Suparniyati successfully recorded 10.75 meters of repulsion, better than the silver medalist of the Japanese athlete Nakada Hiromi with a 10.51 meter repulsion and her fellow Indonesian Tiwa athlete with a score of 6.44 meters at the Bung Karno Main Stadium, Jakarta, Monday (8/10).

This the second medal for Indonesia after the men’s team badminton team won over the Malaysian team in the final with a score of 2-1, Sunday (7/10) afternoon.

Meanwhile, for Suparniyati, the 10.75-meter refusal note did not exceed her achievement at the ASEAN Para Games 2017, Malaysia, are 11.03 meters.

However, the incision was better than the Asian record for the inscribed F20 shot Malaysian athlete Nursuhana binti Ramlan in 2012 at the London Paralympics, with 10.71 meter.

The 25-year-old Riau athlete presents the title to her mother, who is alone raising him after her father died when Suparniyati was still in high school.

“This gold medal is for my mom. I always want to make my mother happy. If I get a bonus, I will want to build a house for my family, “said Suparniyati, Antara News reported.

With her gold medal, Suparniyati will get 1.5 billion rupiah bonus from government. While Tiwa received 250 million rupiah for his bronze medal.

Medal acquisition 2018 Asian Para Games, Indonesia is in third place with two gold, five silver and two bronze medals (R/Sj/R04)

Mi’raj News Agency (MINA)