– The Great Management of Indonesian Targeting and Hunting Unity (PB Perbakin) is determined to get more athletes to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Until now, Perbakin has only passed Vidya Rafika Rahmatan Toyyiba. He qualified for the world's biggest multi -vent after performing at the 2019 Asian Shooting Championship in Doha, Qatar.
In the qualifying round, Vidya Rafika was able to achieve a score of 625.4 at number 10 M Air Rifle Women. The results exceed the minimum qualification score (MQS) in Asia, which is 625.
PB Perbakin's Secretary General (Secretary General) Firtian Yudiswandarta, said that his party did not want to be complacent by only passing Vidya Rafika.
Therefore, Perbakin said that he would prepare nine shooters to participate in the five 2020 Olympic qualifications set by the International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF).
Five qualifying events that will be participated are ISSF World Cup in New Delhi (15-26 March 2020), Tokyo Olympic Test Event (16-26 April 2020), ISCH Hanover Test (7-17 May 2020), ISSF World Cup Munich (2 -9 June 2020) and ISSF World Cup in Baku (22 June-3 July 2020).
“We still have a chance to add shooters who will perform in Tokyo through five Olympic qualifying rounds which will be held by ISSF,” Firtian Yudiswandarta said in a release received by , Tuesday (02/04/2020).
“Therefore, we have prepared 9 special Air Rifle shooters to be able to get tickets to Tokyo,” he added.
As part of the athlete preparation program, PB Perbakin has extended the contract for Iran's Air Rifle number trainer, Ebrahim Inanloushaviklo. Ebrahim is expected to be able to polish the abilities of Vidya Rafika and his friends.
“Our focus is now on the Tokyo Olympics. So, only Ebrahim Inanloushaviklo has his contract extended while the Bulgarian coach Lyuben Stoyanov, who is handling the Pistol number, has not been extended for a while,” explained Firtian.
Indonesian Shooting Team prepared by PB Perbakin for the 2020 Olympics:
Team Manager: Eko Margiyono
Assistant Team Manager: Firtian Judiswandarta
National Coach and Performance Analysis: Glenn Clifton
Foreign Coach: Ebrahim Inanloushaviklo Jahangir (Iran)
1. Fatur Gustafian (West Java)
2. Paraga Duncan Taruna Negara Fuji Sentausa (East Java)
3. Niko Alvian (Central Java)
4. David Rosyid Wibowo (South Kalimantan)
5. Ali Nurahman (West Java)
6. Vidya Rafika Rahmatan Thayiba (West Java – Passed the 2020 Tokyo Olympics)
7. Audrey Zahra (West Java)
8. Monica Daryanti (Banten)
9. Dewi Laila Mubarokah (West Java)
10. Khairunnisa Salsabila (South Kalimantan)