Enea Bastianini earns potential points to stay in the top flight

Jakarta (ANTARA) - Gresini Racing MotoGP racer, supported by Federal Oil, Enea Bastianini, achieved potential in the 2022 Spanish MotoGP, Sunday (1/5) after finishing eighth and controlling his position at the top of the standings for the world's largest two-wheeled race.

Judging from the official MotoGP website on Monday, finishing eighth in the Spanish Grand Prix made Enea Bastianini sit in third place in the standings with 69 points. While the second position is Aleix Espargaro (82 points) and the first position is Fabio Quartararo (89 points).

The return of Enea Bastianini to the top of the standings was appreciated by the Market Development Director PT ExxonMobil Lubricants Indonesia (PT EMLI) who is always the sponsor, Sri Adinegara. According to him, although it has not achieved maximum results, it has started to show improvement.

"The result was not what Enea and Diggia wanted. However, successfully finishing and bringing home points was an effort that was not in vain, seeing that all the drivers were very competitive at the Jerez Circuit. Enea started from 11th position and then finished eighth, already showing enthusiasm to return compete in the race for the 2022 MotoGP World Champion title," said Sri Adinegara.


Enea Bastianini earns potential points to stay in the top flight  Jakarta (ANTARA) - Gresini Racing MotoGP racer, supported by Federal Oil, Enea Bastianini, achieved potential in the 2022 Spanish MotoGP, Sunday (1/5) after finishing eighth and controlling his position at the top of the standings for the world's largest two-wheeled race.  Judging from the official MotoGP website on Monday, finishing eighth in the Spanish Grand Prix made Enea Bastianini sit in third place in the standings with 69 points. While the second position is Aleix Espargaro (82 points) and the first position is Fabio Quartararo (89 points).  The return of Enea Bastianini to the top of the standings was appreciated by the Market Development Director PT ExxonMobil Lubricants Indonesia (PT EMLI) who is always the sponsor, Sri Adinegara. According to him, although it has not achieved maximum results, it has started to show improvement.  "The result was not what Enea and Diggia wanted. However, successfully finishing and bringing home points was an effort that was not in vain, seeing that all the drivers were very competitive at the Jerez Circuit. Enea started from 11th position and then finished eighth, already showing enthusiasm to return compete in the race for the 2022 MotoGP World Champion title," said Sri Adinegara.  Sri Adinegara hopes that Enea's return in the 2022 World Champion title competition can be continued with better results at the French MotoGP, which will be held on 15 May.  "Hopefully this good result at Jerez can continue with the consistent acquisition of greater points in France. Of course these results will make Indonesia proud with the full support of Federal Oil in the Gresini Racing MotoGP team," he added.   Meanwhile, Enea Bastianini admitted that he was not completely happy with what he had achieved at Jerez, especially since the vehicle used, the Ducati Desmosedici GP21, had the potential to compete with the riders in front.  "Looking at the competition there, we have tried to do our best. We are trying to get valuable points in this race, which is still difficult to get the feeling of the expected motor speed," said Enea in his official statement.  If Enea can finish eighth, his team mate Fabio Di Giannantonio also achieves a competitive result despite not being able to score points. The rider who is familiarly called Diggia finished 18th.  "Overall the race went smoothly. Unfortunately I lost a few positions at the start, but if you look at the data, I can already better catch up with the drivers in front. The possibility of getting points is not far away. , but we still have to continue to make improvements," he said.     Asian Championship Results: China won three titles, Indonesia one  Jakarta (ANTARA) - The 2022 Asian Badminton Championships officially ended at Muntinlupa Sports Complex, Manila, Philippines, Sunday. China came out as the overall champion with three titles, while Indonesia one title.   Indonesia, which placed two representatives, each in the men's singles and men's doubles sectors, had to settle for one title through Pramudya Kusumawardana/Yeremia Erich Yoche Yacob Rambitan.   Pramudya/Yeremia confirmed themselves to be the Asian champions after defeating the fifth seeded Malaysian representative Aaron Chia/Soh Wooi Yik (Malaysia).  The Indonesian men's doubles layer only needed 29 minutes to end the Aaron/Soh resistance 23-21, 21-10, according to the official BWF record.   The victory has not been in favor of the Indonesian men's singles Jonatan Christie. Appearing in his third final in a row, Jonathan was unable to bring home the title of the tournament equivalent to the Super 1000 level after being defeated by Malaysia's mainstay Lee Zii Jia 17-21, 21-23.   Merah Putih also won three bronze medals, which were won by Fajar Alfian/Muhammad Rian Ardianto in men's doubles, Praveen Jordan/Melati Daeva Oktavianti in mixed doubles, and Chico Aura Dwi Wardoyo in the men's singles.  Meanwhile, China brought three titles from mixed doubles, women's doubles, and women's singles.   Zheng Si Wei/Huang Ya Qiong who entered the arena as the first seeds secured the mixed doubles title after winning the all-China final match against Wang Yi Lyu/Huang Dong Ping.  Top seeds Chen Qing Chen/Jia Yi Fan added to the title of women's doubles after beating Japanese pair Rin Iwanaga/Kie Nakanishi 21-11, 21-15.  The throne for the women's singles champion at the 2022 Asian Championships belongs to the unseeded Wang Zhi Yi, who beat Japan's first seed Akane Yamaguchi 15-21 21-13 21-19.     Windy Cantika wins gold at Junior Weightlifting World Championship  Jakarta (ANTARA) - Indonesian women's lifter Windy Cantika Aisah won a gold medal at the 2022 Junior Weightlifting World Championships in Crete, Greece, Tuesday.   Appearing in the 49kg class, Windy won gold for three categories, namely the snatch, clean and jerk, and the total force.  In the snatch, the 19-year-old lifter posted a snatch of 83kg, a clean and jerk of 102kg and a total lift of 185kg.  This record is no better than the results at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics when Windy posted a total lift of 194kg, with details of 84kg snatch and 110kg clean and jerk, and took bronze.   The silver medal for the women's 49kg class was won by Indian lifter Yadav Gyaneshwari with a snatch 73kg, clean and Jerk 83kg, and a total lift of 156kg.  The bronze medal was also won by lifter India, Rithika V, with a snatch force of 69kg, clean and Jerk 81kg, and a total lift of 150kg.  The success of Windy Cantika in winning the world title had been predicted by weightlifting coach Dirja Wihardja before leaving for Greece.  "In daily training, his total force can exceed that achieved in this world championship. However, I emphasize that he is not too insistent, because after this he will appear in the Vietnam SEA Games," said Dirdja in his written statement.  Meanwhile, another female lifter from Indonesia, Najla Khoirunnisa, who appeared in the 45kg class, was ranked fourth with a snatch weight of 67kg, clean and jerk 81kg, and a total lift of 148kg.  Despite being in fourth place, Najla Khoirunnisa was able to improve on the record she made at the World Championships in Tashkent, Uzbekistan 2021, with 64kg snatch, 80kg clean and Jerk and a total lift of 144kg.  Besides Windy and Najla, Indonesia will also field two other representatives in the 2022 World Junior Championships, namely Juliana Clarissa and Rizki Juniansyah, who will compete in the women's 45kg and 55kg respectively.


Sri Adinegara hopes that Enea's return in the 2022 World Champion title competition can be continued with better results at the French MotoGP, which will be held on 15 May.

"Hopefully this good result at Jerez can continue with the consistent acquisition of greater points in France. Of course these results will make Indonesia proud with the full support of Federal Oil in the Gresini Racing MotoGP team," he added.


Meanwhile, Enea Bastianini admitted that he was not completely happy with what he had achieved at Jerez, especially since the vehicle used, the Ducati Desmosedici GP21, had the potential to compete with the riders in front.

"Looking at the competition there, we have tried to do our best. We are trying to get valuable points in this race, which is still difficult to get the feeling of the expected motor speed," said Enea in his official statement.

If Enea can finish eighth, his team mate Fabio Di Giannantonio also achieves a competitive result despite not being able to score points. The rider who is familiarly called Diggia finished 18th.

"Overall the race went smoothly. Unfortunately I lost a few positions at the start, but if you look at the data, I can already better catch up with the drivers in front. The possibility of getting points is not far away. , but we still have to continue to make improvements," he said.

Asian Championship Results: China won three titles, Indonesia one

Jakarta (ANTARA) - The 2022 Asian Badminton Championships officially ended at Muntinlupa Sports Complex, Manila, Philippines, Sunday. China came out as the overall champion with three titles, while Indonesia one title. 

Indonesia, which placed two representatives, each in the men's singles and men's doubles sectors, had to settle for one title through Pramudya Kusumawardana/Yeremia Erich Yoche Yacob Rambitan. 

Pramudya/Yeremia confirmed themselves to be the Asian champions after defeating the fifth seeded Malaysian representative Aaron Chia/Soh Wooi Yik (Malaysia).

The Indonesian men's doubles layer only needed 29 minutes to end the Aaron/Soh resistance 23-21, 21-10, according to the official BWF record. 

The victory has not been in favor of the Indonesian men's singles Jonatan Christie. Appearing in his third final in a row, Jonathan was unable to bring home the title of the tournament equivalent to the Super 1000 level after being defeated by Malaysia's mainstay Lee Zii Jia 17-21, 21-23.


Merah Putih also won three bronze medals, which were won by Fajar Alfian/Muhammad Rian Ardianto in men's doubles, Praveen Jordan/Melati Daeva Oktavianti in mixed doubles, and Chico Aura Dwi Wardoyo in the men's singles.

Meanwhile, China brought three titles from mixed doubles, women's doubles, and women's singles. 

Zheng Si Wei/Huang Ya Qiong who entered the arena as the first seeds secured the mixed doubles title after winning the all-China final match against Wang Yi Lyu/Huang Dong Ping.

Top seeds Chen Qing Chen/Jia Yi Fan added to the title of women's doubles after beating Japanese pair Rin Iwanaga/Kie Nakanishi 21-11, 21-15.

The throne for the women's singles champion at the 2022 Asian Championships belongs to the unseeded Wang Zhi Yi, who beat Japan's first seed Akane Yamaguchi 15-21 21-13 21-19.

Windy Cantika wins gold at Junior Weightlifting World Championship

Jakarta (ANTARA) -
Indonesian women's lifter Windy Cantika Aisah won a gold medal at the 2022 Junior Weightlifting World Championships in Crete, Greece, Tuesday.

Appearing in the 49kg class, Windy won gold for three categories, namely the snatch, clean and jerk, and the total force.

In the snatch, the 19-year-old lifter posted a snatch of 83kg, a clean and jerk of 102kg and a total lift of 185kg.

This record is no better than the results at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics when Windy posted a total lift of 194kg, with details of 84kg snatch and 110kg clean and jerk, and took bronze.


The silver medal for the women's 49kg class was won by Indian lifter Yadav Gyaneshwari with a snatch 73kg, clean and Jerk 83kg, and a total lift of 156kg.

The bronze medal was also won by lifter India, Rithika V, with a snatch force of 69kg, clean and Jerk 81kg, and a total lift of 150kg.

The success of Windy Cantika in winning the world title had been predicted by weightlifting coach Dirja Wihardja before leaving for Greece.

"In daily training, his total force can exceed that achieved in this world championship. However, I emphasize that he is not too insistent, because after this he will appear in the Vietnam SEA Games," said Dirdja in his written statement.

Meanwhile, another female lifter from Indonesia, Najla Khoirunnisa, who appeared in the 45kg class, was ranked fourth with a snatch weight of 67kg, clean and jerk 81kg, and a total lift of 148kg.

Despite being in fourth place, Najla Khoirunnisa was able to improve on the record she made at the World Championships in Tashkent, Uzbekistan 2021, with 64kg snatch, 80kg clean and Jerk and a total lift of 144kg.

Besides Windy and Najla, Indonesia will also field two other representatives in the 2022 World Junior Championships, namely Juliana Clarissa and Rizki Juniansyah, who will compete in the women's 45kg and 55kg respectively.
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