Chef de Mission (CdM) Asian Para Games 2023, Angela Tanoesoedibjo reviews the readiness of athletes who have undertaken training camp (TC) in Solo, Friday (1/9/2023) afternoon / Photo: MPI
SOLO – Chef de Mission (CdM) Asian Para Games 2023, Angela Tanoesoedibjo reviewed the readiness of athletes who had undertaken training camp (TC) in Solo, Friday (1/9/2023) afternoon. There are three sports that he reviewed namely, Badminton, Cycling, and Table Tennis.
The presence of the 2023 Asian Para Games CdM is to encourage all athletes ahead of their departure for China, next October. “We continue to encourage our friends. What is certain is that we must always be physically and mentally maintained,” he said.
Angela, who is also Deputy Chairperson of the United Indonesia Party (Perindo) for Digital & Creative Economy, emphasized that her party is ready to provide support for the needs of coaches and athletes. The goal is for athletes to gain achievements.
“We also input fellow athlete trainers, what can we support so that we can be proud of Indonesia as well.”
As is known, currently the NPCI is holding a national training center for the 2023 Asian Para Games which will be attended by 134 athletes. Later, Indonesia will compete in 12 sports, including para-athletics, para-badminton, para-table tennis, para-swimming, para-weight lifting, para-bike racing, para-shooting, para-archery, para- chess, boccia, blind judo and lawn bowls.
Reflecting on the results at AiPG 2018 in Jakarta, where Indonesia was ranked fifth in the medal list, now at AiPG 2023 the Red-White contingent is targeted to occupy the top 10 positions in the final standings of the 2023 Asian Para Games medal list.
“We are optimistic about the achievements so far. Our target is to be in the top 10. God willing, this can be achieved,” concluded Deputy CDM Andi Herman.