The Jakarta Post
Indonesian sprinter Lalu Muhammad Zohri won a gold medal at the 1st Malaysia Open Grand Prix at Bukit Jalil Stadium, Kuala Lumpur on Saturday.
The 18-year-old athlete crossed the finish line first in the men’s 100-meter race, notching up the fastest time of 10.20 seconds to beat Malaysian Zulfiqar Ismail and Taiwanese Wei-Hsu Wang, who scored 10.41 seconds and 10.44 seconds respectively.
Youth and Sports Minister Imam Nahrawi congratulated Zohri’s victory on his personal Instagram account, alongside a video of the athlete dashing and crossing the finish line first at the international sports event.
#Repost from @athletics_indonesia (@repost_media_app) . Dear athletics Lovers.. berita gembira datang dr Malaysia...sprinter terbaik nasional Lalu Muhammad Zohri berhasil meraih medali emas pada ajang 1st Malaysia Open Grand Prix , di stadium Bukit Jalil ,Kuala.Lumpur.Malaysia...simak hasil lengkapnya dan videonya... . 📹: dok PB PASI) .#patriotmerahputih #patriotolahraga#atletikIndonesia #atletikyesnarkotikNo#indonesiajuara #[email protected] #AthleticsIndonesia
“Happy news from Malaysia; Indonesia’s best sprinter Lalu Muhammad Zohri won a gold medal at the 1st Malaysia Open Grand Prix at Bukit Jalil Stadium in Kuala Lumpur,” Imam said in his Instagram post.
Besides Zohri, Indonesian athlete Sapwaturahman also secured a gold medal for his 7.97-meter long jump record at the sports event, according to the Indonesian Track and Field Association on their official Instagram account @pasipusat. (rfa)