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Indonesia takes ASG crown amid little fanfare

  • Ramadani Saputra and Suherdjoko

    The Jakarta Post

Semarang, Central Java   /   Thu, July 25 2019   /  01:22 am
Double happiness: Track and field twin athletes Adith Rico Pradana, gold medalist, and Adith Richi Pradana, bronze medalist (front left and second left), with tennis players Fitriani and Fitriana, also twins, pose for a photograph with coaches and officials after Indonesia was declared champion of the 11th ASEAN School Games on Tuesday. Indonesia secured 43 golds, 34 silvers and 25 bronze medals.(JP/Suherdjoko)(front left and second left), with tennis players Fitriani and Fitriana, also twins, pose for a photograph with coaches and officials after Indonesia was declared champion of the 11th ASEAN School Games on Tuesday. Indonesia secured 43 golds, 34 silvers and 25 bronze medals.(JP/Suherdjoko)

Double happiness: Track and field twin athletes Adith Rico Pradana, gold medalist, and Adith Richi Pradana, bronze medalist (front left and second left), with tennis players Fitriani and Fitriana, also twins, pose for a photograph with coaches and officials after Indonesia was declared champion of the 11th ASEAN School Games on Tuesday. Indonesia secured 43 golds, 34 silvers and 25 bronze medals.(JP/Suherdjoko)Team Indonesia has been crowned the champion of the 2019 ASEAN School Games (ASG), collecting 43 gold medals, 34 silvers and 25 bronzes. However, the students’ achievements were met with less hype than other sporting tournaments in the country.The students’ high-spirited performances were best demonstrated in the girl’s singles tennis final at the Tri Lomba Juang sports center in Semarang, Central Java, on Tuesday. The match between first seed Janice Tjen of Indonesia and sec...