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07-20-2011, 07:22 AM #2279
PBSI Held A Discussion with Media
Executive Board of the Badminton Association of Indonesia (PB PBSI) held discussions with the mate from media today, Wednesday, July 20, 2011 at pelatnas PBSI Cipayung.
This event contains a discussion regarding the men's doubles, women's doubles and mixed doubles sector and also presents Yacob Rusdianto (Sekjen PBSI), Hadi Nasri (Kabid Binpres), Christian Hadinata (Head Coach of Doubles department), Herry IP (men's doubles coach), Richard Mainaky (mixed doubles coach), Paul Word (Assistant Coach of women's doubles) as well as some athletes like Fran Kurniawan Teng, Mohammad Ahsan and Bona Septano.
This discussion is the second after last week also held discussions that focus on the discussion of the men's and women's singles sector.
On this occasion Yacob Rusdianto said that the event is held in term to socialize the programs that arrange by PBSI, and the it is the place to communicate with the media.
"Through this event PBSI wanted to cooperate with the media to increase the people to more loving Indonesia Badminton," Yacob said.Besides, he also said that PBSI is open to suggestions and input in order to together develop the future achievements.
The discussion starts from Christian Hadinata who explained about the situation in doubles sectors, both from the excellent seeds of players in the future, as well as the difficulties and obstacles facing today. "The challenge in the doubles more, because there are three numbers that need to be focused, namely men's doubles, women, and mixed,"
But further on Christian said that during this Doubles sector is the most reliable and productive sectors in the Olympics. Until now the only sector that has not produced is the women's doubles medal while the men's doubles and mixed has successfully donated a medal at the world's greatest sport event.
After exposure of the coaches, was held sector that contains questions and answers about long-term programs, sports science, communications between athletes - coaches, and so on. At the end of the event, participants are invited to enjoy lunch as well as healthy tasting menu prepared by the nutritionist of pelatnas Cipayung, dr. Laila Hamid.
For next week session, the theme that will being discussed is manage the nutrition and the nutrition of the players. This discussion will present dr. Laila and several pelatnas players.
Source : http://www.pb-pbsi.org/app/information/newsDetail.aspx?/307
07-21-2011, 04:28 AM #2280
Nutrition behind better doubles performance
Agnes Winarti, The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Thu, 07/21/2011 7:00 AM
Dubbed national heroes while their singles peers crumbled, the Indonesian Badminton Association’s (PBSI) doubles players say that a new approach to nutrition has played a big role in boosting their performance.
As part of the nation’s top shuttlers’ preparations for the London Olympics next year, the PBSI has embraced sports and nutrition science.
“No matter how great the training program is or how talented the shuttler is, without good nutrition, it’s hard to lift any shuttler up to the world-class level,” national men’s doubles coach Herry IP said at the PBSI’s training camp headquarters in Cipayung, East Jakarta, on Wednesday.
Herry said that although the PSBI’s nutrition restoration program had only been underway since May, some improvements were already visible, such as in the shuttlers’ improved physiques.
National doubles head coach Christian Hadinata said that good nutrition was improving the athletes’ physical stamina and their ability to concentrate in matches.
“There are different kind of fuels for vehicles. Everyone starts at the same level but after 100 meters,
we’ll see who lasts longer. That’s what we’re working on with our athletes … our main goal: 2012,” Christian said.
At previous Olympics, Indonesia’s men’s doubles brought home gold medals three times: Markis Kido/Hendra Setiawan, Tony Gunawan/Chandra Wijaya and Rexy Mainaky/Ricky Subagja. Mixed doubles also captured Olympic silver twice, with Liliyana Natsir/Nova Widianto and Tri Kusharyanto/ Minarti Timur.
Richard Mainaky, who has been the national mixed doubles coach for the past 16 years, agreed on the new approach to nutrition.
“All this time we have been guilty of blaming our shuttlers for their poor stamina, which was actually caused by the [poor] food we provided.”
The men’s and mixed doubles’ top and second-tier pairs have shown improved performance at a series of tournaments this year, including the India Open, the Malaysia Open, the Sudirman Cup, the Singapore Open and the Indonesia Open.
Among the top performers were mixed doubles Liliyana Natsir/Tontowi Ahmad, who have collected three titles this year in India, Malaysia and Singapore and were runners-up at last month’s Indonesia Open.
Mixed duo Fran Kurniawan/Pia Zebadiah and women’s doubles Greysia Polii/ Meiliana Jauhari also played impressively at the Sudirman Cup in Qingdao, China, where Indonesia finished as semifinalists.
Meanwhile, Herry’s top men’s doubles, Bona Septano/ M. Ahsan, have matured their partnership by sidelining top seeded opponents from Malaysia and Taiwan at Indonesia Open. Younger pair Angga Pratama/Rian Agung Saputra also showed promising results as runners-up in New Delhi.
Herry says that advanced laboratory devices for monitoring shuttler’s muscle development and
endurance is a must for improving national shuttlers.
“Moulding champions in the doubles sector takes time. We need at least two years to raise a pair to the world level. Applying sports science will help speed up the process as we’ll be able to tailor more efficient training programs based on the lab findings.”
PBSI sports nutritionist Dr. Laila Hamid said that an on-site laboratory was needed at the PBSI‘s training facility. “All this time we have only been able to run lab tests every four months and wait for results from the laboratory run by the Youth and Sports Ministry. It’s time consuming.
“Unlike other sports, shuttlers need more frequent tests, so that the daily training can be immediately adjusted as accordingly to what they need,” Laila said.
Source : http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2...rformance.html
07-21-2011, 04:34 AM #2281
Badminton: Irish Eyes May Smile Upon Indonesian Championship Shuttlers
Indonesian shuttlers competing in next month’s World Championships may get a chance to fine-tune their game at a training camp in Northern Ireland in the lead-up to the London event.
The Indonesian Badminton Association’s (PBSI) secretary general, Yacob Rusdianto, said on Wednesday that the association was offered free accommodation and training facilities in Belfast by Badminton Ireland, but the deal had yet to be finalized.
“All this year we have had trouble finding good places for shuttlers to train and acclimatize in Europe before playing in tournaments there,” Yacob said.
“Training in Belfast will be a great preparation for the World Championships. We will first send several coaches and shuttlers to survey the facilities before deciding anything.
“We still don’t know what Badminton Ireland wants in return for their hospitality, but we warmly welcome their offer.”
London will host the championships from Aug. 8-14 at Wembley Arena, which will also be the venue for the badminton competition at next year’s Olympics.
Indonesian shuttlers are aiming to end a championship title drought dating back to 2007 in Kuala Lumpur.
They won two titles that year, with Markis Kido and Hendra Setiawan lifting the men’s doubles trophy and Nova Widianto and Liliyana Natsir taking the mixed doubled.
With men’s and women’s singles in decline, double’s shuttlers will again be Indonesia’s best hope of breaking the title drought in London.
Three men’s doubles teams have qualified for the championships, including Markis and Hendra. But a repeat of 2007 is unlikely as they have struggled with knee problems and are yet to win a competition this year.
Also competing in the doubles are the pairs of Mohammad Ahsan and Bona Septano, and Alvent Yulianto Chandra and Hendra Aprida Gunawan.
“We see that, in term of quality, there’s not much difference among our men’s doubles,” said Christian Hadinata, the men’s double head coach.
Liliyana will compete in the championships for the first time with new partner Tontowi Ahmad. She and Tontowi have won three consecutive tournaments in India, Singapore and Malaysia.
Source : http://www.thejakartaglobe.com/badmi...uttlers/454165
07-21-2011, 05:28 AM #2282
Regeneratin for Double Sector Is Easier
TEMPO Interaktif,Jakarta - Regeneration process of Indonesian players in doubles sectors expected to take place more easily than the single sector. Which is good enough was the regeneration of men's doubles and mixed doubles sector. Coordinator for doubles sector of Pelatnas PBSI Christian Hadinata claimed that these two sectors as having a pretty solid fortress. "Not only in the national training camp, the one who is still or already outside pelatnas also have so many good ones ," he told journalists in Pelatnas Cipayung, Wednesday, July 20, 2011.
He pointed out that in mixed doubles sector already have three solid pairs Tontowi Ahmad / Liliyana Natsir, Fran Kurniawan / Pia Zebadiah Bernadet, and Muhammad Rijal / Debby Susanto. "They are now become our ace, and below them had been prepared some back up who is also very good" he said.
Mixed doubles coach Richard Mainaky stated that currently had many reliable one. "Not like before don't have that much" he said. Previously, in the mixed doubles sector only rely on one pair. For example in the era of Trikus / Minarti East can only continue to Nova Widianto / Liliyana Natsir.
Meanwhile, for now there are three pairs compete in a world stage. They are covered by young pairs or new pairs like Rizky Delynugraha / Puspita Richi Dili, Riky Widianto / Shendy Puspa Irawati, Irfan Fadhilah / Weni Anggraini. According to Richard, the three pairs are already giving positive development."Hopefully they will expand again," he said.
Meanwhile, the men's doubles sector, pelatnas PBSI is now rely on Bona Septano / Muhammad Ahsan to be able to increase their level. "Instead of we hoping Marksi Kido/Hendra Setiawan to keep on elite stage, we also want Bona/Ahsan can increase" said Christian. In addition, Christian also hope the young pairs ranked 22 Angga Pratama/Rian Agung Saputro.
Men's doubles coach Herry IP stated that the achievements that have been achieved in double sector is not something that is easily defended. "It took at least two years to form a solid game. Sometime there have a prospect pair but have some obstacles like injury or other nontechnical issues and eventually not good," he said.
This issues which make women doubles sector hardly to find suitable material. Assistant pf women's doubles coach Paulus Firman stated that now only Greysia Polii/Meiliana Jauhari can be our ace. Meanwhile, the women's doubles pairs are still too far away to be expected to directly compete at top level. "They indeed still young palyers, perhaps the most could reliable for is Anneke Feinya Agustine / Nitya Krishinda Maheswari," he continued.
Source : http://tempointeraktif.com/hg/raket/2011/07/20/brk,20110720-347525,id.html
Yeah, now pelatnas got 5 WD.. Greysia/Meiliana, Nitya/Feinya, Gebby/Tiara, Suci/Della and Jenna/Komala. Feinya, Gebby,and Della is still 19, and the 2011 AJC winners Suci/Tiara is still U-19 for sure..
07-22-2011, 01:17 AM #2283
Singles shuttlers to train in Belfast for world c’ship
The Jakarta Post | Fri, 07/22/2011 8:00 AM
While the doubles squad concentrates on its final preparation for the London BWF World Championships at home, four singles shuttlers will head for a three-day training session at the Lisburn Racquets club in Belfast, Northern Ireland, which will also serve as the training site for the 2012 Olympic squad.
The four going abroad are men’s singles Simon Santoso and Hayom Rumbaka and women’s singles Adriyanti Firdasari and Lindaweni Fanetri. They will be accompanied by the national singles head coach Li Mao and assistant coach Wong Tat Meng. They depart for Belfast on Aug. 1 and will reunite with the rest of the team in London, two days prior to the World Badminton Championships, held Aug. 8-14.
National men’s singles coach Agus Dwi Santoso hoped that the training in Belfast would have the singles shuttlers better prepared. “Hopefully, the singles can better adjust with the climate there and improve their game strategy for the World Championships,” he said on Thursday.
Learning from past difficulties in finding a place for athletes to aclimatize before the Olympics, the Indonesia Badminton Association (PBSI) accepted an invitation from the Lisburn Racquets club for aclimatization training prior to next year’s London Olympics, free-of charge.
“The [four] shuttlers will be training there to also see whether the conditions there fit our needs: the building, the wind and the temperature,” PBSI secretary general Jacob Rusdianto told The Jakarta Post, explaining that the training is part of the PBSI’s search for the best place for an aclimatization training camp before the Olympics.
“If we are OK with the conditions in Belfast, we will propose the location to KONI [the Indonesian Sports Council]. We might be training there two to three weeks before the Olympics starts [on July 27-Aug. 12],” Jacob added.
The doubles squad preferred to stay home to concentrate on their final preparations for the World Championships.
“We prefer to optimize training at home because it will be more difficult to find sparring partners for the doubles shuttlers if they train in Belfast. At home, our top national doubles are usually in training programs with their juniors,” the national doubles squad head coach Christian Hadinata told the Post. “Climate is not an issue for the shuttlers, as they have played in Europe many times,” Christian added.
Christian said earlier that it was important for the athletes to maintain their daily doses of training during weekdays and even, if possible, during weekends as well.
“Missing only a day or two of training can really decrease the shuttlers’ performance,” Christian said.
The last time an Indonesian singles shuttler won World Championship gold was Taufik Hidayat in 2005, while the latest doubles triumphs were back in 2007, bringing home two golds with men’s doubles Markis Kido/ Hendra Setiawan and mixed doubles Liliyana Natsir/Nova Widianto.
07-22-2011, 01:31 AM #2284
Was Taufik Hidayat asked if he would like to attend?
07-22-2011, 02:37 AM #2285
Finally there is news on Li Mao doing something
07-25-2011, 11:04 PM #2286
Yoga Pratama and Ari trisnanto will be playing for German league..
Yoga will be with BV Giforn ( Division 1) and Ari will be playing for TSV Trittau.
Andre Tedjono will be joining also, I forgot the club's name..I believe it is same club of Marc Zwibbler.
Raul Must will be with BV Giforn also
07-27-2011, 02:15 AM #2287
Universiade Games 2011 ( Shenzen):
MS: Alamsyah, Andre Marteen
WS: Bellatrix,Hera Desi
MD: Rian/Agung, Rendy/Afiat
07-27-2011, 02:59 AM #2288
07-27-2011, 10:31 PM #2289
PBSI begins taking shuttlers’ nutrition seriously
Agnes Winarti, The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Thu, 07/28/2011 8:00 AM
Indonesia has been long known as one of the world’s badminton powerhouses, but perhaps not because of its athletes’ diets.
After a long time of letting shuttlers at the Indonesia Badminton Association (PBSI) national training camp take care of their own nutrition, the PBSI has taken a step forward to improve the athletes’ diets by undertaking nutrition reform.
“I tried to pay attention to my diet, but I was clueless. Then I sought information from other people around me. I usually end up applying the wrong kind of nutrition,” women’s doubles shuttler Greysia Polii said.
Greysia, who ranks world number seven with Meiliana Jauhari, recalled once she tried a diet only of vegetables, but became weak and sick.
This nutrition-clueless era has come to an end, as within the past three months, the PBSI has begun to take nutrition seriously and is running the camp’s nutrition program for the first time with the main goal being to raise athletes’ and coaches’ awareness on the impact of nutrition ahead of the 2012 Olympics.
Read completely : http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2011/07/28/pbsi-begins-taking-shuttlers’-nutrition-seriously.html
07-28-2011, 09:12 PM #2290
Accept the reality and move on: Li Mao
Agnes Winarti, The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Fri, 07/29/2011 8:00 AM
Indonesia’s current low achievements in the world’s badminton leagues is normal, said the country’s head coach for badminton singles, Li Mao, as setbacks had also happened to powerhouses such as China.
The Chinese-born coach said that the country is currently at its lowest point of performance but this is normal in any badminton powerhouse. He said the nation just has to admit the hard truth while working more seriously on the players’ techniques if it aims to strive for resurgence in the badminton world.
Li Mao, who never gives interviews to the media, talked with reporters for the first time on Thursday, after being publicly scrutinized over the disappointing performance of the national singles squad since taking over the coaching bench in January. The 53-year-old coach spoke on the sidelines of the team’s departure ceremony for the BWF World Badminton Championships in London, from Aug. 8 to 14.
“Indonesia needs to accept the current reality: That it’s at its lowest point at the moment, [but from there] it can climb back to the top again,” Li Mao said through an interpreter.
More of this article : http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2...ve-li-mao.html
07-29-2011, 02:11 AM #2291
Finally Li Mao talks. I hope he enjoys the life in Indonesia and fall in love with the place
07-29-2011, 06:36 AM #2292
Li Mao : Indonesia is a fertile field for Badminton.
summary from this news:
- Li Mao said that INA have a big potential, and is a rich field of badminton
- Li Mao quite optimistic of the result in future, he said if he is not optimistic, he might not still coaching here.
- Li Mao said that as long as we want to open and renew the existing methods and techniques, we can surely rise. He also stated that he quite understand that the fans often said that now the achievement of the players is not that good, no problem, it shows that the fans still have attention to INA badminton. But sometimes is in the wrong way, and it just like giving pressure to the players.
- Li Mao has his own program for INA shuttlers, but he still won't reveal it now. Just wait the days, we'll definitely see results.
- Li Mao put the bigger potion on the technique training.
- Li Mao said now already 90% on track, altough only still have short time towards Olympic, still have hope and optimistic, or after Olympic we will definitely see the results.
07-29-2011, 11:49 AM #2293
In Li Mao We Trust
07-29-2011, 11:07 PM #2294
07-30-2011, 08:19 PM #2295
The single squad Simon, Hayom, Firda and Linda will fly to Belfast tomorrow.. Good luck guys..!
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