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    New Training Camp the Next Plan to Revive Indonesian Badminton


    In a bid to revive Indonesia’s struggling badminton fortunes, the sport’s administrators are planning to expand the national training camp.

    I Gusti Made Oka, the deputy chairman of the Indonesian Badminton Association (PBSI), said on Thursday that the organization would build a second training camp in the eastern part of the country.

    National team shuttlers now train together in Cipayung, East Jakarta.

    “We want to have more talent so that there will be stiffer competition for a place in the national team. That will give us the best shuttlers,” Oka said after a meeting with several of the country’s badminton legends in Cipayung on Thursday. “We also plan to start recruiting Under-18 prospects to the camp so they have top training and facilities from a young age.”

    Oka declined to offer further details. “We all want to make Indonesia’s badminton the best in the world again,” he said.

    After the men’s and women’s teams both failed to qualify for the Thomas Cup and Uber Cup semifinals in Wuhan, China, last week, the PBSI faced heavy criticism, especially from the country’s retired shuttlers.

    Indonesia has not won the Thomas Cup since 2002, while the Uber Cup drought dates back to 1996. In recent major tournaments, local shuttlers have not fared well, with only mixed doubles pair Tontowi Ahmad and Liliyana Natsir able to claim a Super Series title this year.

    Badminton greats met on Monday and produced a petition calling on the PBSI to stop the country’s results from sinking even further.

    The group sent Joko Suprianto, Ivana Lie and Imelda Wigoena to Cipayung on Thursday to present the petition, which offered their advice on how to revive the sport, to top PBSI officials.

    “We accept all the criticism as we’ve been regarding that as positive input. It means that lots of people really care about badminton,” Oka said. “Since it was legends who made this petition, we’ll take it seriously.”

    Oka hoped all shuttlers would swiftly rebound given the Olympic Games in London are just two months away.


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    I hope they will really recruit the U-18 players.. and a
    REAL "stiffer" competition for a players to enter pelatnas

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    http://www.antaranews.com/berita/314500/djoko-santoso-tawarkan-posisi-pelatih

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    "If there were from Indonesia, coach or former athlete, if he be willing to take over and ensure the single sector can get gold medal, now i give postition(as coach) and coach (Li Mao) I ordered to go home," said Chairman general PB PBSI Djoko Santoso at Kemenpora Office, Jakarta, Wednesday.

    while Rudy Hartono said "those who do not have competence in badminton should withdraw".

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    http://www.antaranews.com/berita/314164/djoko-kalau-ada-munaslu-saya-persilakan

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    "I was forced to resign. I prefer to focus on future jobs, as Indonesia Open, the London Olympics, and make improvements," said Djoko. He added, "I say honestly, I am not competent about badminton problem. I was not smart looking for money."

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    "Wild Card" Olympic for Firdasari doens't show sportmanship

    source : http://www.antaranews.com/berita/314317/wild-card-olimpiade-firdasari-tidak-tunjukkan-sportifitas

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    IMO, Firda is MORE deserve to go. Firda is improving esp her stamina, her shots is getting sharper too. Not sure abou Febe

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosid View Post
    Yacob said that they will try to get 14 or 15 years old players into pelatnas. good move. let's see if it will come true

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Highlights of the problems in PBSI (for the non-Indonesian BC members):
    4. Leader who is probably misguided by his equally inept officials - how can Pak Djoko cite results of SEA Games 2011, beating MAS in the Thomas Cup Qualifying Campaign 2012, and most hilariously title (albeit only 1) in the Osaka Challenge 2012 as proofs that PBSI is STILL OKAY? This guy, Pak Fuad (the head of Logistics), even bragged about having 4 Pelatnas MS players in Sirnas Bandung (National Circuit) 2 weeks ago as the first time it happened...as if it's a real big achievements! Seriously dude....INA is guaranteed to be on the downhill course if we continue to have these officials in charge of PBSI.
    this is indeed make me laughing all the day.. LOL. only sirnas winner they considered it as achievement? come on, how many titles have these pelatnas MS won in sirnas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miksss View Post
    Yacob said that they will try to get 14 or 15 years old players into pelatnas. good move. let's see if it will come true
    yeah... we have many talents....
    by hired them to pelatnas, they will train better with better sparring partner, coaches and facilities...
    i hope pelatnas focus on technique and power with good sport science....
    grow them to maximum height...

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    i heard that meiliana will retire after olympic... read it in fb.. is it right ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by fathonezic View Post
    i heard that meiliana will retire after olympic... read it in fb.. is it right ??
    Do you mean Meliana Jauhari? She was born in 1984, not too old..
    Yes, can anyone confirms?

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    President hopes athletes can win gold

    Musthofid, The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Sports | Tue, July 17 2012, 9:25 AM

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    The Indonesian team is bound for the London Olympics with the modest expectation that they can keep up the tradition of winning at least one gold medal, as they have done on every occasion since 1992.

    “We have won a gold, silver, and bronze medal in every Olympics. Hopefully, the athletes can keep up the record,” President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono said, receiving athletes at the State Palace on Monday, as reported by Antara.

    The president warned against being too pre-occupied with the one-gold target and urged them to be focused on the game to perform their best.

    He cautioned against being overawed by higher rated opponents.

    “Human beings have both merits and defects,” he said.

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    Read more : http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2...-win-gold.html

    Talking about the Olympics, badminton has always been the only hope to present gold for INA people, other sports are still far behind from world class standard...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
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    Talking about the Olympics, badminton has always been the only hope to present gold for INA people, other sports are still far behind from world class standard...
    ..any words on any special incentives if one of the players/pairs can bring back a Gold medal? such as a land, house, bonus money?..or a big surprise is on the deck if one of them can bring back a Gold medal?..

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    President hopes athletes can win gold

    Musthofid, The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Sports | Tue, July 17 2012, 9:25 AM

    Paper Edition | page 20

    The Indonesian team is bound for the London Olympics with the modest expectation that they can keep up the tradition of winning at least one gold medal, as they have done on every occasion since 1992.

    “We have won a gold, silver, and bronze medal in every Olympics. Hopefully, the athletes can keep up the record,” President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono said, receiving athletes at the State Palace on Monday, as reported by Antara.

    The president warned against being too pre-occupied with the one-gold target and urged them to be focused on the game to perform their best.

    He cautioned against being overawed by higher rated opponents.

    “Human beings have both merits and defects,” he said.

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    Read more : http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2...-win-gold.html

    Talking about the Olympics, badminton has always been the only hope to present gold for INA people, other sports are still far behind from world class standard...
    Weightlifting has contributes at least a single medal (silver or bronze) at Olympic start from Sydney 2000. They hope for the first weightlifting gold in London 2012

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    ..any words on any special incentives if one of the players/pairs can bring back a Gold medal? such as a land, house, bonus money?..or a big surprise is on the deck if one of them can bring back a Gold medal?..
    Rp.1 billion cash bonus for gold medalist

    Quote Originally Posted by drquick View Post
    Weightlifting has contributes at least a single medal (silver or bronze) at Olympic start from Sydney 2000. They hope for the first weightlifting gold in London 2012
    To turn bronze or silver into gold in weighlifting is an uphill task, China should be hot fave here, let's see whether it will be realized in London

    Weightlifting targeting 3 bronze medals in London, taken from KOMPAS.com : http://olahraga.kompas.com/read/2012...nggu.di.London

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    Rp.1 billion cash bonus for gold medalist



    To turn bronze or silver into gold in weighlifting is an uphill task, China should be hot fave here, let's see whether it will be realized in London

    Weightlifting targeting 3 bronze medals in London, taken from KOMPAS.com : http://olahraga.kompas.com/read/2012...nggu.di.London
    Yes you're right, it's definetely very hard to get gold. I remember some months ago red an article about Eko Yuli Irawan who got bronze in 2008 and gold medal in World champions few years ago, said this time he want to grab gold medal. But because he failed to reach his best lifting target compare to his opponents best from CHN and PRK then his target is change to bronze
    http://www.bola.net/olahraga_lain_la...de-e91786.html

    At least INA weightlifting is not far behind from world class standard
    Last edited by drquick; 07-17-2012 at 06:49 AM.

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    Maybe it's confirmed that Indonesia is not badminton powerhouse anymore...:")

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    Will anyone in PBSI be held responsible for the worst result ever in Olympic?

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