Fadli Immammuddin Moncer! Indonesia Collects 10 Gold Medals at the 2022 Asian Para Games
HANGZHOU – Indonesia managed to get its 10th gold medal at the 2022 Asian Para Games (AiPG). Most recently, an additional gold medal was won in the cycling sport through the action of Fadli Immamuddin.
Muhammad Fadli Imamuddin who won the 10th gold for Indonesia at the four-yearly event. He became the best in the Men’s C4-5 Time Trial after recording a time of 25 minutes 14.14 seconds in the final round which took place on Thursday (26/10/2023) morning WIB at the CSC Cycling Road Course, Hangzhou, China.
Fadli succeeded in beating the host’s representative, Wang Xian, who was approximately six seconds behind him. As a result, Wang had to settle for getting a silver medal.
Meanwhile, the bronze medal was taken home by Uzbekistan’s representative, Boymurod Yavkochev. He secured third place with a time of 26 minutes 10.86 seconds.
For Fadli, this gold medal is his third medal at AiPG 2022. Previously, he won a silver medal in the 4000 meter individual pursuit C4-5 and a bronze medal in the 750 meter mixed team sprint.
Overall, Indonesia has now won 37 medals at AiPG 2022 so it sits in eighth place in the medal tally. With details, 10 gold medals, 11 silver medals and 16 bronze medals.
Previously, Indonesia’s ninth gold medal was won by Saptoyogo Purnomo in the T37 men’s 100 meter track and field event. In the final round which took place on Thursday (26/10/2023) morning WIB at HSC Stadium, Hangzhou, China, Saptoyogo performed extraordinary. He was the best with a time of 11.35 seconds.
Saptoyogo was quite far ahead of the representative of Saudi Arabia, Ali Yousef Al Nakhli, who won the silver medal with a time of 12.11 seconds. Meanwhile, the bronze medal was secured by India’s representative, Shreyansh Trivedi, who posted a time of 12.24 seconds.
Meanwhile, Indonesia also won its eighth gold today through cyclist Sri Sugiyanti in the Women’s Time Trial B road cycling event. Sri was almost a minute ahead of Malaysian representative Nur Azlia Syafinaz Mohd Zais, who was in second place.