8:00 am November 24, 2014 | No Comment
Indonesian runners Sain Alim and Odelita Naibaho will represent the country in the Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore, slated for Dec. 7, after both finished as the top Indonesians in the Standard Chartered Half Marathon at Bumi Serpong Damai, South Tangerang, on Sunday. Kenyan runners, Colin Kipkorir and Caroline Mitu, won the men’s and women’s half […]
7:47 pm November 23, 2014 | No Comment
Men’s beach volleyball pair Koko Prasetyo Darkuncoro and Ade Candra Rachmawan secured a second consecutive gold medal for Indonesia at the Asian Beach Games, which ended in Phuket on Sunday. Despite a shaky start in the final against Iran’s Hoshmand Saber and Salemiinjehboroun Bahman that saw them drop the first set 20-22, the Indonesians took […]
1:53 pm November 23, 2014 | No Comment
New Zealand marked Richie McCaw's 100th Test as captain with a 34-16 victory over Wales in Cardiff on Saturday.
10:05 pm November 16, 2014 | No Comment
Indonesian surfer Yasnyiar Gea won the Asian Surfing Championship title for the third time after finishing second in the ASC Women’s Open final, which was part of the Taiwan Open of Surfing, at Jinzun Harbor on Sunday.
8:00 am November 12, 2014 | No Comment
Rapid advances in Jet Ski technology and tougher competitors may not be the only challenges that competitive rider Aero Sutan Aswar faces in future tournaments. After younger brother Aqsa Aswar turned pro May this year, a sea of contentious excitement floats just beneath the surface for the siblings. The upcoming Asian Beach Games, which will […]
5:01 pm November 10, 2014 | No Comment
Tehran. The international volleyball federation FIVB on Sunday said it will not allow Iran to host international events as long as women are banned from attending the game. The announcement comes a week after a British-Iranian women, Goncheh Ghavami, was jailed by a Tehran court, five months following her arrest in the city after trying […]
12:39 pm November 9, 2014 | 31 Comments
Jakarta. Indonesia’s competitive ballroom dancing community has been left disappointed after organizers of the 2016 National Games in West Java decided to drop the discipline from the multi-sport event to appease religious conservatives. The decision was taken following protests from local Islamic clerics, according to Yudha M. Saputra, secretary of the Games organizing committee. “We […]
7:51 pm November 6, 2014 | No Comment
Jakarta. With budget constraints in mind, Indonesia will send the least number of athletes to participate in this year’s Asian Beach Games compared to previous editions. Prima, the special body in charge with elite athletes’ preparation, has registered 98 athletes to compete in 17 sports disciplines at the biennial 45-nation Games scheduled for Nov. 14-23 […]