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May 29, 2010

10 Indonesian Athletes Who Triumphed In The International Arena

Ranked 10th, Richard Sambera
Richard Sambera is the swimmer's son born in Jakarta, Indonesia pledge December 19, 1971. He existed from the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s this. Her achievements include a gold medal at the Sea Games and a few medals of Asia and the world swimming championships. She currently hosts the television to broadcast sports.


Ranked 9th, Lim Swie King
Swie King, (born in Kudus, Central Java, February 28, 1956, age 53 years) was a badminton player
who had always been a byword since he was able to challenge Rudy Hartono in the final of the All England in 1976 in the age of 20. Then Swie King became heir to the greatness of Rudy's most prestigious championships in that time with three times champion added four times a finalist. When coupled with the tournament "grand prix" the others, his victory Swie King became tens of times. Swie King also contributed a gold medal at the Bangkok Asian Games in 1978, and six-time defending team Thomas Cup. Three of which Indonesia became a champion.
Began playing badminton at the instigation of his parents since childhood hometown Holy, Swie King, who was born February 28, 1956 finally into the PB Djarum club that gave birth to many national players.
After winning the National Sports Week at the age of 17 years, the end of 1973, Liem Swie King recruited into pelatnas headquartered in Hall C Senayan. After 15 years of doing business, Swie King felt he had enough and resigned in 1988. Currently active as a player, Liem famous for its flagship smash hit, such as jumping smash, which was dubbed the King Smash.


Rank 8th, Lisa Rumbewas
Raema Lisa Rumbewas (born in Jayapura, 10 September 1980; age 28 years) was a daughter of weightlifting athletes from Indonesia. He comes from a family of athletes. His father, Levi Rumbewas had become Indonesia's best bodybuilders. While his mother, Ida Korwa also a Lifter. This family may be called a pioneer in Papua weightlifting.
At the Athens Olympics in 2004, Lisa, was so familiar calls, got a silver medal for weightlifting category daughter, 53 kg class of Group A. Previously he had won a silver medal at the Sydney Olympics in 2000. He also received a similar medal at the SEA Games XXI. Rumbewas reappeared at number 53 kg at the Beijing Olympics in 2008, but only occupies the fourth position with a total of 206 kg force.

Rank 7th, Bambang Pamungkas
Bambang Pamungkas (born in Salatiga, Central Java, June 10, 1980, age 29 years) is an Indonesian footballer. Currently he plays for Persija Jakarta in Indonesia and the Main Division League never represent the country in the Indonesian national team football. He used a position as a striker.
While still a young team playing in Central Java, he was never crowned as the best player Haornas Cup, a championship level of teenagers. Bambang was also the top scorer for the squad for Indonesia in the Asian Cup U-19 Group V, with seven goals.
Bambang's first appearance with the senior national team is on July 2, 1999 in a friendly match against Lithuania. Bambang, who was then 18 years old, managed to create a goal in the match which ended in a draw 2-2.
Bambang netted two goals in his first season in the League despite the team represents Indonesia in Jakarta failed to Persija final act. When the season ended, Bambang join a team of Dutch third division, EHC Norad. However, family problems and failures in adapting to the European cool weather caused a few months after that, EHC Norad Bambang lent back to Persija before both parties terminate the contract upon mutual consent.
A year later, Bambang became a top score with eight goals while helping Indonesia to win second Tiger Cup 2002.
Until his last appearance for Indonesia at the 2006 World Cup qualifier against Sri Lanka in September 2004, Bambang has netted 18 goals in 35 appearances. However, injury problems and declining performance (the last time Bambang netted goals for Indonesia is on February 12, 2004) cause it's exit from Indonesia Tiger Cup squad in 2004. When his comrades fighting in the Tiger Cup, Bambang signed a contract with FC Selangor. Until July 2005, he was the top scorer for his team with 22 goals.
Season in 2007 she returned to strengthen the League Persija Jakarta Indonesia.
On July 10, 2007, when Indonesia-Bahrain game, he scored a goal, to ensure Indonesia won 2-1.


Rank 6th, Yayuk Basuki
Sri Rahayu Basuki or better known as Yayuk Basuki (born on November 30, 1970 in Jogjakarta) is a tennis player from Indonesia's most famous in the 1990s.
He began his professional career in 1990. The following year, he became the first Indonesian tennis player who won a professional tournament. Throughout his career, Yayuk successfully obtained six WTA Tour singles title and doubles title of the nine. Best achievement in a Grand Slam tournament was reaching the quarter-finals at Wimbledon in 1997. He retired from professional career in 2004.
The highest ranking ever achieved was the 19th position for the single and the double-nine for the section. Diperolehinya amount of money during his career is U.S. $ 1,645,049.


Rank 5th, Alan Budikusuma
Alan Budikusuma Wiratama Goei aka Fang Ren (born in Surabaya, East Java, March 29, 1968, age 41 years) is a former Indonesian badminton player who won the badminton gold medal at Barcelona Olympics in 1992 in the number of single men. He retired from the world of badminton after the Atlanta Olympics in 1996.
Alan is married to Susi Susanti, who also won the badminton gold medal at Barcelona Olympics.

Ranking 4th, Rudi Hartono
Rudy Hartono Kurniawan (born in Surabaya, East Java, August 18, 1949, age 59 years) is a former Indonesian badminton player. He never won a world championship in 1980 and All-England Championships eight times (seven of them won in a row) in 1960'an and 1970s.





Ranking 3rd, Chris John
Yohannes Christian John, better known as Chris John (born in Jakarta, 14 September 1979; age 29 years) is an Indonesian boxer. He is listed as the third Indonesian boxer who won the world title, after Ellyas Pical and Nico Thomas.




Ranking 2nd, Taufik Hidayat
Taufik Hidayat (born in Bandung, West Java, August 10, 1981, age 27 years) is a singles badminton player from Indonesia who came from SGS Elektrik Bandung club with 176 cm height.
He has a gold medalist for Indonesia at the 2004 Athens Games by beating Shon Seung Mo of South Korea in the final. On August 21, 2005, he became world champion by defeating one of the world rankings game, Lin Dan in the final round, thereby becoming the first son of a single player who holds the title of World Championships and Olympic Games Badminton at the same time. In addition, he also holds the Asian Games singles champion (2002, 2006). He appeared at the Beijing Olympics in 2008, but was immediately defeated in the first match, against Wong Choong Hann in the second round.
In addition, he has also won the Indonesian Open six times: 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, and 2006.
Other experiences include the Thomas Cup (2000, 2002, 2004, 2006 and 2008) and the Sudirman Cup (1999, 2001, 2003 and 2005).


Rank 1st, Susi Susanti
Lucia Francisca Susi Susanti (born in Tasikmalaya, West Java, February 11, 1971, age 38 years) was an Indonesian badminton player.
He is married to Alan Budikusuma, who won an Olympic gold medal with him in Barcelona in 1992. In addition, he had also won a bronze medal at the Atlanta Olympics in 1996.
International Badminton Federation (now Badminton World Federation) in May 2004 Hall Of Fame awarded to Susi Susanti. Other Indonesian players who received awards Hall Of Fame is Rudy Hartono Kurniawan, Dick Sudirman, Christian Hadinata and Liem Swie King.



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3 comments:

  1. Very proud to have fighters who can scent a nation in Indonesia through sports competition. It seemed like they wanted to hear the song Indonesia Raya blown when the championships.

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