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Liliyana Natsir

Liliyana Natsir (born 9 September 1985) is a retired Indonesian badminton player who specialized in doubles. With one gold and silver from the Olympic Games, and four gold medals at the BWF World Championships, she is regarded as one of the greatest mixed doubles players of all-time. Natsir was the second Indonesian woman Olympic gold medalist, after Susi Susanti won gold in 1992. She gained huge success by partnering with two different players. Her current partner is Tontowi Ahmad since 2010, after being separated from her previous partner, Nova Widianto. She also won three titles in a row from 2012–2014 at All England Badminton Championships, one of the most prestigious and oldest tournament in the sport. Been entering the top level since 18 years old, her tactical awareness, game vision, and dominance at the front court are considered as one of the best in the tour. In 2016, she and Tontowi Ahmad became the first Indonesian mixed doubles pair to win gold medal at the Olympic Games by beating Chan Peng Soon and Goh Liu Ying of Malaysia.

Personal Life

Natsir is a daughter of Beno Natsir (father) and Olly Maramis (mother).

Early Life

Natsir had dreamed of being a badminton athlete since childhood. She started playing badminton at the age of nine at her local badminton club in Manado. Three years later, she decided to move to Jakarta and entered her youth club, Tangkas Alfamart. She joined the national badminton team of Indonesia in 2002 together with Natalia Poluakan, her longtime friend from Manado. When she and Poluakan won the women’s doubles title in Pekan Olahraga Nasional (National Games), Richard Mainaky noticed her game and invited her to play in mixed doubles with Nova Widianto.

Career

In 2006, Natsir and Widianto won the Asian Championships in mixed doubles and four World Grand Prix titles. They won the BWF World Championships in both 2005 and 2007. While Natsir had previously focused on mixed doubles with partner Nova Widianto, in 2007 she began playing women’s doubles with Vita Marissa. In the 2007 Southeast Asian Games in Thailand, Natsir and Marissa won the gold medal in women’s doubles, defeating their Indonesian teammates Jo Novita and Greysia Polii in straight sets. They also helped the Indonesian women’s team win the team gold medal at the games. In the beginning of 2009 Marissa resigned from national team. When this decision came out, Marissa and Natsir had to split up and each focus on their own career. One year later, in September 2010, the badminton world was surprised by the sudden split of world number #1 mixed-doubles pair Widianto and Natsir. In total, Nova and Liliyana had clinched two World Championship gold medals and 14 titles all together, and were still at world #1 when the decision was announced. Since then Lilyana has paired with the younger player Tontowi Ahmad in mixed doubles.

Awards

  • Indonesia Sports Awards 2018 for Favorite Mixed Pair
  • iNews Maker Awards 2017
  • Golden Award SIWO PWI 2017
  • Golden Shuttle Awards 2016
  • Indonesia Kids Choice Awards 2014
  • Anugerah Seputar Indonesia 2014
  • People of the Year 2013 by Sindo newspaper

Achievements

Olympic Games

She has made three Olympics appearance in her playing career where she got a gold medal in 2016 Rio Olympic Games, reached the semifinals of the 2012 London Olympics and the final of the 2008 Beijing Olympics in the mixed doubles, and lost in the first round of the 2008 Beijing Olympics for the women’s doubles.

  • 2016 Summer Olympics at the Riocentro – Pavilion 4, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Natsir competed in badminton at the 2016 Summer Olympics – Mixed doubles with partner Tontowi Ahmad and won the gold medal in the end.

Natsir and Ahmad at 2012 Summer Olympics
  • 2012 Summer Olympics at the Wembley Arena, London, United Kingdom

Natsir competed in badminton at the 2012 Summer Olympics – Mixed doubles with partner Tontowi Ahmad and finished fourth at the end.

  • 2008 Summer Olympics at the Beijing University of Technology Gymnasium, Beijing, China

Natsir competed in badminton at the 2008 Summer Olympics in mixed doubles with partner Nova Widianto and earned a silver medal. They were defeated in the final by the gold medalists Lee Yong-dae and Lee Hyo-jung of South Korea in straight sets 21–11 and 21–17.
She also competed in the women’s doubles event with Vita Marissa but lost to Zhang Jiewen and Yang Wei of China in the first round.

BWF World Championships

  • 2017 BWF World Championships at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow, Scotland
  • 2015 BWF World Championships at the Istora Senayan in Jakarta, Indonesia
  • 2013 BWF World Championships at the Tianhe Sports Center in Guangzhou, China
  • 2011 BWF World Championships at the Wembley Arena in London, England
  • 2009 BWF World Championships at the Gachibowli Indoor Stadium in Hyderabad, India
  • 2007 BWF World Championships at the Putra Indoor Stadium in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • 2005 BWF World Championships at the Arrowhead Pond in Anaheim, California, United States

World Cup

Mixed doubles

Asian Games

Mixed doubles

Asian Championships

Mixed doubles

Women’s doubles

Southeast Asian Games

Mixed doubles

Women’s doubles

World Junior Championships

Girls’ doubles

Mixed doubles

Asian Junior Championships

Mixed doubles

BWF World Tour (1 title, 3 runners-up)

The BWF World Tour, announced on 19 March 2017 and implemented in 2018, is a series of elite badminton tournaments, sanctioned by Badminton World Federation (BWF). The BWF World Tour are divided into six levels, namely World Tour Finals, Super 1000, Super 750, Super 500, Super 300 (part of the HSBC World Tour), and the BWF Tour Super 100.

Mixed doubles

BWF Superseries (23 titles, 19 runners-up)

Lilyana Natsir and Tantowi Ahmad at the 2013 French Open Superseries

The BWF Superseries, launched on 14 December 2006 and implemented in 2007, is a series of elite badminton tournaments, sanctioned by Badminton World Federation (BWF). BWF Superseries has two levels: Superseries and Superseries Premier. A season of Superseries features twelve tournaments around the world, which introduced since 2011, with successful players invited to the Superseries Finals held at the year end. Liliyana has got many superseries titles with some partners such as Nova Widianto, Vita Marissa, and Tontowi Ahmad.

Mixed doubles

Women’s doubles

BWF Grand Prix (10 titles, 4 runners-up)

The BWF Grand Prix has two level such as BWF Grand Prix and Grand Prix Gold. It is a series of badminton tournaments, sanctioned by Badminton World Federation (BWF) since 2007.

Mixed doubles

Women’s doubles

IBF World Grand Prix (5 Titles and 4 Runners-up)

Nova Widianto & Lilyana Natsir

The World Badminton Grand Prix sanctioned by International Badminton Federation (IBF) since 1983.

Mixed doubles

Participation on Indonesian Team

  • 5 times at Sudirman Cup (2003, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013)
  • 3 times at Uber Cup (2004, 2008, 2010)

Performance timeline

Indonesian team

Individual competitions

Career Statistics

Women’s and mixed doubles titles

Melati Daeva Oktavianti

Wikipedia

Melati Daeva Oktaviani (lahir di Serang, Banten, 26 Oktober 1994; umur 24 tahun) merupakan pemain bulutangkis asal Indonesia. Atlet kelahiran Serang, 26 Oktober 1994 ini merupakan pemain asal klub PB Djarum. Ia merupakan peraih medali emas Kejuaraan Dunia Junior BWF 2012 bersama Edi Subaktiar. Ia saat ini dipasangkan dengan Ronald Alexander di nomor ganda campuran.

Prestasi

Kejuaraan Dunia Junior BWF

Ganda Campuran

BWF Grand Prix

BWF Grand Prix terdiri dari dua tingkatan, seperti Grand Prix Gold dan Grand Prix. Ini adalah rangkaian turnamen bulutangkis yang diselenggarakan oleh Badminton World Federation (BWF) sejak 2007.

Ganda Putri

International Challenge/Series

Ganda Putri

Ganda Putri

Prestasi Lainnya

  • Semifinalis Pertamina Open 2013 (Ganda Dewasa Putri)
  • Runner-up Kejuaraan Nasional (Kejurnas) 2013 (Ganda Dewasa Putri)
  • Juara Walikota Surabaya Cup 2013 (Ganda Dewasa Putri)
  • Juara Kejuaraan Nasional 2012 (Ganda Taruna Putri)
  • Juara Kejuaraan Nasional 2012 (Ganda Campuran Taruna)
  • Medali Perak PON XVIII Riau 2012 (Beregu Putri)
  • Juara Tangkas Specs Junior Challenge Open Badminton Championship 2012
  • Juara Djarum Sirnas Jawa Barat 2012
  • Juara Sirnas DKI Jakarta Open 2012
  • Juara Walikota Surabaya Cup 2012 (Ganda Putri)
  • Juara German Junior 2012 (Ganda Putri)
  • Juara Dutch Junior 2012 (Ganda Campuran)
  • Semifinal BNI Astec Open 2011 (Ganda Putri)
  • Runner Up Kejurnas Pekan Baru 2011 (Ganda Putri)
  • Juara I Djarum Sirnas Bandung 2011 (Ganda Putri)
  • Juara I Djarum Sirnas Bandung 2011 (Ganda Campuran)
  • Runner-up Djarum Sirnas Jakarta 2011 (Ganda Putri)
  • Semifinal Piala Walikota Surabaya 2011 (Ganda Campuran)
  • Perempat final Piala Walikota Surabaya 2011 (Ganda Putri)
  • Juara I Sirnas Bengkulu 2011 (Ganda Putri)
  • Juara I Sirnas Palangkaraya 2011
  • Juara II Astec Open 2010 (Ganda Campuran)
  • Perempat final Astec Open 2010 (Ganda Putri)
  • Juara I Sirkuit Nasional Medan 2010 (Ganda Putri)
  • Juara II Kejurprov Jateng 2010 ( Ganda Putri )
  • Semifinal Sirkuit Nasional Surabaya 2010 (Ganda Putri)
  • Perempat final Sirnas Bali 2010 (Ganda Campuran)
  • Semifinal Sirkuit Nasional Tegal 2010 (Ganda Campuran & Ganda Putri)
  • Perempat final Tangkas Alfamart Junior Challenge Open 2010 (Ganda Putri)
  • Perempat final Sirkuit Nasional Jawa Barat 2010 (Ganda Putri)
  • Juara I Sirkuit Nasional Jakarta 2010
  • Juara II Walikota Surabaya Cup (Ganda Campuran)
  • Semifinal Djarum Arena Cirebon 2010
  • Juara III Kejurda Jateng 2009 (Ganda Campuran)
  • Juara III Astec Open Jakarta 2009
  • Juara III Astec Open Jakarta 2009 (Ganda Campuran)
  • Juara III Sirnas DKI Jakarta 2009
  • Juara III Tetrapark Open 2007
  • Juara II Porseni SMP 2007
  • 8 Besar Sirkuit Bali 2007
  • 8 Besar JPGG Surabaya 2007

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Susi Susanti

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Legenda bulu tangkis Indonesia Susi Susanti (kanan) membawa api obor dari India dan mantan atlet tenis Yustedjo Tarik (kiri) membawa api obor dari Mrapen yang akan disatukan di kaldron saat Asian Games 2018 Torch Relay Concert di Kompleks Candi Prambanan, Sleman, DI Yogyakarta, Rabu (18/7). Penyatuan kedua api obor tersebut menandai dimulainya perjalanan api obor Asian Games 2018 yang akan dibawa berlari mengelilingi 18 provinsi. ANTARA FOTO/Ismar Patrizki/nz/18.

Lucia Francisca Susy Susanti (Hanzi: 王蓮香, Pinyin: Wang Lian-xiang, Hokkien: Ong Lien Hiang, born 11 February 1971 in Tasikmalaya, West Java) is a retired Indonesian badminton player. Relatively small of stature, she combined quick and graceful movement with elegant shotmaking technique, and regarded by many as one of the greatest women’s singles player of all time. Sometimes her name is also spelled Susi Susanti. She is the first Indonesian Olympic gold medalist and the only Indonesian woman until Lilyana Natsir won gold in 2016.

Career

She won the women’s singles gold medal at the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona, Spain and the bronze medal at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, United States. She retired from the world badminton circuit not long after her marriage to Alan Budikusuma (who had also won a badminton singles gold medal at the 1992 Summer Olympics) in February 1997.

Susanti was the most dominant women’s singles player in the first half of the 1990s, winning the All-England in 1990, 1991, 1993 and 1994, the World Badminton Grand Prix finale five times consecutively from 1990 to 1994 as well as in 1996, and the IBF World Championships in 1993.

She is the only female player to hold the Olympic, World Championship, and All-England singles titles simultaneously. She won the Japan Open three times and the Indonesian Open five times. She also won numerous Badminton Grand Prix Series events and five Badminton World Cups. She led the Indonesian team to victory over perennial champion China in the 1994 and 1996 Uber Cup (women’s world team) competitions.

All of this came during a relatively strong period in women’s international badminton. Her chief competitors early in her prime years were the Chinese players Tang Jiuhong and Huang Hua, and, later, China’s Ye Zhaoying and the Korean Bang Soo-hyun.

Susanti was inducted into the International Badminton Federation (IBF, currently BWF) Hall of Fame in May 2004, and received the Herbert Scheele Trophy in 2002.

Playing Style

Susanti was an extremely durable defensive player who like to instigate long rallies to wear out opponent’s stamina and forcing unforced errors. The style was in contrast to most of the top female players of her contemporaries like, Bang Soo Hyun, Tang Jiuhong, Huang Hua, Ye Zhaoying, who at the time deployed more aggressive style.

Bulks of her points came from opponent’s bad strikes. Susanti’s matches were characteristically slow and long, especially in the era of 15 points system in a player could only get a point whenever she or he held the serve. Susanti’s relied on deep lob to the backline, effectively nullified the chance of engaging in fast pace exchange, and combined it with occasional drop shots near the net which forced her opponent to cover the entire court. Susanti’s frequently covered her backhand side with overhead forehand, many with heavy back-arching overhead forehands. She often stretched her legs very wide and low to take shots at the corners or away from her position. Being a small girl with limited court coverage in her development years had pushed her to develop the wide leg-stretching manoeuvre, a pose that became her signature move and sometimes ended with a full leg split. In later years of her career, Susanti incorporated a little smash in her repertoire, just enough to put her opponent off-balance since most of her opponents barely expected any attacking strikes from her.

Personal Life

She is married to Alan Budikusuma (Chinese: 魏仁芳), a men’s badminton Olympic gold medalist (also in 1992) and one of the top men’s players in the history of the sport, a former Chinese Indonesian badminton player who excelled at the world level from the late 1980s to the mid-1990s. Together they have three children Laurencia Averina, born 1999.

Achievements

Olympic Games

1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain

1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, United States of America

World Championships

Women’s Singles

  • 1995 IBF World Championships at the Malley Sports Centre in Lausanne, Switzerland
  • 1993 IBF World Championships at the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham, England
  • 1991 IBF World Championships at the Brøndbyhallen in Copenhagen, Denmark

World Cup

Women’s singles

World Badminton Grand Prix Finals

Women’s singles

Asian Games

Women’s singles

Asia Championships

Women’s singles

Southeast Asian Games

Women’s singles

IBF World Grand Prix

The World Badminton Grand Prix sanctioned by International Badminton Federation (IBF) since 1983.

Women’s singles

Women’s doubles

International Series

Women’s singles

Women’s doubles

Mixed doubles

Ratchanok INTANON

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ratchanok Intanon (Thai: รัชนก อินทนนท์, RTGS: Ratchanok Inthanon, pronounced [rát.t͡ɕʰā.nók ʔīn.tʰā.nōn]; born 5 February 1995) is a Thai badminton player who became the first Thai to become No.1 in women’s singles. She is known for her relaxed hitting motion and light footwork which has been described as ‘balletic’ by commentators such as Gillian Clark. She became world champion in women’s singles in 2013.

Career Summary

2009–2012

Ratchanok won her first individual International title in 2009, while she was only 14, by winning the Vietnam International Challenge. She made history by becoming the youngest-ever champion at the BWF World Junior Championships at 14 when she triumphed in Malaysia. She also reached SEA Games 2009 Badminton WS final but lost to her compatriot Salakjit Ponsana.

In 2010, at the age of 15, she successfully defended her title at the World Junior Championships in Mexico. She won two back-to-back Grand Prix tournaments by winning Vietnam Open Grand Prix and Indonesia Open Grand Prix Gold. In 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games, she won a silver medal as a member of the women’s team. In the final, she lost to Wang Xin, at that time world number 1, 22-20 17-21 14-21.

In 2011, she became the most successful player ever in individual events at the BWF World Junior Championships, winning the women’s singles title for the third straight time in Taiwan. She won Syed Modi International and was also a member of the women’s team that defeated Indonesia in the final at the 2011 Southeast Asian Games. At the BWF World Championships, she was the only player to take a game off of the eventual champion, Wang Yihan.

In 2012, Ratchanok, at 16 years of age, was awarded the Best Female Athlete Award in Thailand after winning the world junior title for three successive years. Ratchanok’s biggest goal is to win the Olympic gold medal. However, at 2012 London Olympics quarter-final match with Wang Xin, despite leading 21–17 and 16-9 in the second game, she failed to close the match and eventually lost 21–17, 18–21, 14–21. She reached the finals of the SCG Thailand Open 2012 but lost to Saina Nehwal 19–21 21–15 21–10 in the finals. She entered the finals of a Super Series tournament for the first time in 2012 China Open Super Series Premier but lost to Li Xuerui 12-21, 9-21. She qualified for the Super Series Finals and lost in the semi-finals. She finished the year as world number 9.

2013

2013 was one of Ratchanok’s golden years. She reached the finals of the 2013 All England Open Badminton Championships, losing to Tine Rasmussen 14–21, 21–16, 10–21. Despite her loss, she is still the youngest singles finalist ever at the All England tournament. She won her first Superseries tournament by beating Juliane Schenk 22-20, 21-14 in the Yonex Sunrise India Open 2013 to become the youngest-ever Superseries winner, with the age of 18 years, 2 months and 22 days (She held this record for 6 months until Akane Yamaguchi won the 2013 Japan Open at the age of 16). She again reached the finals of the SCG Thailand Open 2013. This time she won the title, beating Busanan Ongbumrungpan 20-22, 21-19, 21-13 to become the first Thai ever to win the women’s singles title at the Thailand Open since it was first held in 1984.

After the Thailand Open, she decided to withdraw from both the Indonesia Open SSP and Singapore Open SS to recover from her foot injury and prepare for the BWF World Championships. In August, Ratchanok won the BWF World Championships, beating world number 1 and Olympic gold medallist Li Xuerui 22-20 18-21 21-14 in the final. She is the first-ever Thai player to be the World Champion. At the age of 18, she is also the youngest singles World Champion ever. She became the World Champion while still being eligible to play in the 2013 BWF Junior World Championships in Bangkok. After World Championships, she injured her back which forced her to withdraw from another two super series events, Japan Open and China Master. Ratchanok didn’t qualify for Super Series Final in Malaysia and finished 2013 as the World number 3. She was awarded “2013 Best Females Athletes Award” from Thailand Sports Authority.

2014

Ratchanok reached the final of the Korea Open for the first time but lost to Wang Yihan 13-21, 19-21. Her head-to-head statistics with Wang Yihan has been increased to 0-8. She was awarded “Best Asian Sporting Icon” by Fox Sports Asia, based on voting from internet fans from its website. She reached the semi-finals of the All England 2014 to meet with Li Xuerui for the first time after beating her in World Championships of 2013. However, this time she lost to Li Xuerui in 2 sets. After the All England tournament, Ratchanok failed to pass the first round in both the 2014 Asian Championship and Japan Open. She reached the finals of the Indonesia Open but again lost to Li Xuerui 13-21, 13-21. After the Indonesia Open, Ratchanok did not reach any finals for the rest of the year. She failed to defend her World Champion title by losing in the second round. She qualified for Super Series Final in Dubai but failed to pass the round-robin. She finished the 2014 year as World number 6.

2015

At the age of 20, Ratchanok made a comeback by reaching the final of the India Open for the second time but lost to her opponent, Saina Nehwal, 16-21, 14-21.[13] However, in the quarter-finals of the All England Championships while playing Sun Yu, while 13-19 down in the decider, Ratchanok was forced to retire from cramp. Many people were skeptical about her fitness levels. A month later, she created history as the first Thai singles player to be crowned Asia Championship champion by defeating Li Xuerui in the final match 20-22, 23-21, 21-12 in China.14] It was the first time that Ratchanok had beaten Li Xuerui since the final of the 2013 World Championships. In June, she won her first Super Series Premier title by beating Yui Hashimoto of Japan in straight games, 21-11, 21-10, at the Indonesia Open. However, at the BWF World Championships, she had to retire from court 8-5 up in the decider against Lindaweni Fanetri in the last 16 stage from cramp yet again. She won a gold medal with Thailand Women’s team at the 2015 Southeast Asian Games in Singapore. After the Indonesia Open, she didn’t reach the final of any tournaments but earned enough points to qualify for the Dubai Super Series Final tournament. She lost to Wang Yihan in the semi-final, which brought their head-to-head statistics to 0-12. She finished the 2015 season at world number 7.

2016

Ratchanok won Princess Sirivannavari Thailand Masters 2016, a second Grand Prix Gold tournament in Thailand, by beating Sun Yu of China in the Final 21-19, 18-21, 21-17. She again won Indian Open Super Series for the second time by beating Li Xue Rui in the Final 21-17, 21-18. In Malaysia Super Series Premier the week after, Ratchanok finally won the maiden match over Wang Yihan by beating her in Semi-Final 21-11, 21-19. Their head-to-head statistics improved from 0-12 to be 1-12. In the final, she beat Tai Tzu-ying 21-14, 21-15 to earn the Malaysia Open title for the first time. It was Ratchanok’s first time to win two consecutive Superseries tournaments. Ratchanok then became the first singles player to win 3 Superseries in 3 consecutive weeks by winning the Singapore Super Series, defeating Sun Yu in the final. By winning 3 Superseries in a row, Ratchanok also rose to the No.1 spot in the world rankings, becoming the first Thai to achieve this feat. Intanon qualified for the 2016 Summer Olympics and is the Thai flag bearer. At the Olympics she failed to pass the Round of 16, losing out to the Japanese rising star, Akane Yamaguchi, in a close two game match 19-21, 16-21. Ratchanok then withdrew from the Thailand Open, and she lost in the quarter-finals and the second round of the Japan Open and Korea Open respectively. Following that, she withdrew from the Denmark Open as well as the French Open due to a knee injury that she picked up at the Rio Olympics. After that, she played a couple of shots in China before retiring, and then she withdrew from the Hong Kong Open due to the same injury, knowing that she would have secured enough points to qualify for the Super Series Finals. Ratchanok had the goal of making it into the semi-finals of the Superseries Finals but lost 21-19 21-12 to Sung Ji Hyun, 21-13 21-14 to Tai Tzu Ying, and 21-19 11-10, retiring injured against He Bingjiao. She finished 2016 at a world ranking of 5.

2017

Ratchanok withdrew from her home event, the Thailand Masters, due to a knee injury. Following that, she played in her first tournament of 2017 in March, the Yonex All England Open. She made her way to the quarter-finals, where she had to face off against world no. 2, Carolina Marin. Intanon won 22-20, 13-21, 21-18. She was 11-18 down in the rubber set but won 10 straight points to close out the match. In the semis, she faced Akane Yamaguchi, who leads the head to heads 6-5. Intanon won 22-20, 21-16 in 48 minutes of play to secure herself a spot in the Final against Tai Tzu Ying. Tai beat Intanon 16-21, 20-22 to win. Ratchanok later in the year took the SCG Thailand Open beating compatriot Busanan Ongbumrungphan in the final, 21-18, 12-21, 21-16. She also won the Skycity New Zealand Open beating Saena Kawakami in the final 21-14, 16-21, 21-15. She participated in the Denmark Open Premier Series where she beat Sung Ji Hyun and Tai Tzu Ying. Ratchanok met Akane Yamaguchi in the final, and beat her in a thrilling 3 game match with 21-19 in the rubber set, to win the title.[20] She said that she dedicated the title to Thailand’s king, Bhumibol Adulyadej, who died the year before.

2018

At the beginning of the year, Ratchanok participated in and won the Malaysia Masters Super 500 tournament, beating Akane Yamaguchi in the semi-finals, and Tai Tzu Ying in the finals, with 24-22 in the third set. She then proceeded to reach the semi-finals of both the Indonesia Masters Super 500 and the India Open Super 500, losing out to Saina Nehwal and Pusarla V. Sindhu respectively. At the Asian Games, Ratchanok made it to the quarter-final stage before losing out to Saina Nehwal. She then proceeded to make it to the finals of the Yonex Sunrise Hong Kong Open, losing to Nozomi Okuhara 19-21 22-24. She qualified for the HSBC World Tour Finals, where she lost in the semi-finals to Pusarla V. Sindhu. She finished the year at world no. 8.

2019

Ratchanok participated in the Malaysia Masters Super 500, hoping to defend her title. She won her matches in straight sets, including beating Tai Tzu Ying, to set up a final against Carolina Marin. Ratchanok beat Marin 21-9 22-20 to successfully defend her title. At the German Open Super 300, Ratchanok beat Nozomi Okuhara in the Semi-Finals, but lost to Akane Yamaguchi in 3 games, losing 23-25 in the deciding game. After that in form, Ratchanok went to England for All England Open but lost in the first round to player she never lost before Chen Xiaoxin of China in 3 rubber games. This was her second consecutive 1st round exit at All England open.

Ratchanok Intanon then won her 3rd Indian Open title in 2019 Indian Open by beating He Bingjiao of China in two straight games 21-15,21-14. This was Ratchanok’s first-ever victory over the left-handed Chinese He Bingjiao in their 5 encounters.

Records currently held

  • Youngest ever singles champion of BWF World Championships (2013, age of 18 years 6 months and 6 days)
  • Youngest ever champion of the BWF World Junior Championships (2009, age of 14)
  • First ever 3-time champion in a single discipline of the BWF World Junior Championships (2009, 2010, 2011)
  • Youngest ever singles finalist of the All England Open Badminton Championships (2013, age of 18)
  • First ever singles player to win 3 Superseries titles in 3 consecutive weeks
  • First ever Thai badminton player ranked World #1

Honors and Awards

Ratchanok Intanon won many awards and honors in recognition of her achievements, below are some of the international prestigious awards she had won so far.

Achievements

BWF World Championships

Women’s singles

Asian Championships

Women’s singles

Southeast Asian Games

Women’s singles

BWF World Junior Championships

Girls’ singles

Asian Junior Championships

Girls’ doubles

BWF World Tour (3 titles, 4 runners-up)

The BWF World Tour, announced on 19 March 2017 and implemented in 2018,[30] is a series of elite badminton tournaments, sanctioned by Badminton World Federation (BWF). The BWF World Tour are divided into six levels, namely World Tour Finals, Super 1000, Super 750, Super 500, Super 300 (part of the HSBC World Tour), and the BWF Tour Super 100.[31]

Women’s singles

BWF Superseries (6 titles, 6 runners-up)

The BWF Superseries, launched on 14 December 2006 and implemented in 2007, is a series of elite badminton tournaments, sanctioned by Badminton World Federation (BWF). BWF Superseries has two levels: Superseries and Superseries Premier. A season of Superseries features twelve tournaments around the world, which introduced since 2011, with successful players invited to the Superseries Finals held at the year end.

Women’s singles

BWF Grand Prix (7 titles, 3 runners-up)

The BWF Grand Prix has two levels, the BWF Grand Prix and Grand Prix Gold. It is a series of badminton tournaments sanctioned by the Badminton World Federation (BWF) since 2007.

Women’s singles

BWF International Challenge/Series (2 titles, 4 runners-up)

Women’s singles

Women’s doubles

Mixed doubles

Personal Life

Ratchanok is the daughter of Winutchai Intanon and Kumpan Suvarsara. She also has a brother. Ratchanok was born in Yasothon Province in the northeast of Thailand, but moved at the age of three months with her parents, who worked at the Banthongyord sweets factory in Bang Khae District of Bangkok. She is of Chinese descent. As a child, Ratchanok would run around the factory floor. Factory owner Kamala Thongkorn, worried that she would be burned by boiling water and hot sugar, allowed Ratchanok to play at the factory’s badminton courts. She started playing when she was six years old, and won her first championship at the age of seven.

Ratchanok used her prize money and endorsement fees aid her parents and brother. Her father opened a food shop with her help. “I wanted to be a national player like my older friends and play for the country, because that was the only way I could help my parents to improve our status and leave poverty”, she said.

Ratchanok trains at the Banthongyord Badminton School. Her coach is Patapol Ngernsrisuk, former Olympian and son of Kamala Thongkorn.

Career Overview

Performance Timeline

Record against selected opponents

Record against Super Series finalists, World Championships semifinalists and Olympic quarterfinalists (as of 20 December 2018):

Summer Olympics

BWF World Championships

BWF World Junior Championships

Sudirman Cup

Axiata Cup

Royal Decorations

BWF Gallery

Nitchaon Jindapol

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Nitchaon Jindapol (Thai: ณิชชาอร จินดาพล; born 31 March 1991) is a Thai professional badminton singles player. She was member of the national women’s team which finished as runner-up at the 2010 Asian Games. She graduated at the Sripatum University in Bachelor of Business Administration.

Achievements

Southeast Asian Games

Women’s singles

BWF World Tour

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Women’s singles

BWF Grand Prix

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Women’s singles

BWF International Challenge/Series

Women’s singles

Career Overview

Performance Timeline

Key

Record against selected opponents

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Nadiem Makarim

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Nadiem Makarim (born 1984) is an Indonesian entrepreneur and minister of education and culture. He founded Go-Jek in 2010, a transportation network company and logistic startup company that became Indonesia’s first decacorn company. He was appointed as Minister of Education and Culture by President Joko Widodo on his second term’s cabinet and subsequently resigned from his post at Gojek.

Nadiem Makarim, Wishnutama, dan Erick Thohir: Para calon menteri muda di kabinet Jokowi yang diharap membawa perubahan. Source: Antara & BBC

Personal Life

Nadiem was born in Singapore on 4 April 1984, to Nono Anwar Makarim and Atika Algadri. His father is an activist, lawyer and is of Minangkabau-Arabian descent. His sister, Rayya Makarim, is a filmmaker. He married Franka Franklin and they have one daughter.

Education

Nadiem attended high school in Jakarta and United World College of Southeast Asia (UWC SEA), Singapore, then went to Brown University for a BA in International Relations. He did his MBA at Harvard University.

Career and Business

Makarim started his career at McKinsey & Company as management consultant in Jakarta. He left to co-found Zalora, an online fashion shop, then left Zalora to become Chief Innovation Officer at Kartuku, a payments service provider.

McKinsey & Company (2006 – 2009)

After graduating from Harvard University with an MBA, Nadiem decided to come back home to Indonesia and got a job in McKinsey & Co. Nadiem worked as a Mckinsey consultant for 3 years.

Zalora Indonesia (2011 – 2012)

Nadiem became Co-Founder and Managing Director for Zalora Indonesia in 2011. In 2012, Nadiem made the decision to leave Zalora to focus on building his own startup, including Gojek which at that time had 15 employees and 450 drivers. He claims to have learned enough from Zalora, which was his main goal in accepting the position in the first place. In Zalora, Nadiem had the chance to build a mega startup and work with some of the best talent across the region.

Kartuku (2013 – 2014)

After leaving Zalora and while developing Gojek, Nadiem also worked as a Chief Innovation Officer of Kartuku. In the early days, Kartuku didn’t have any competition in cashless payment solutions in Indonesia. Kartuku was then acquired by Gojek to strengthen GoPay.

Gojek (2010 – Present)

In 2010 Nadiem created Gojek, which is today a decacorn company with valuation over USD 10 billion. Gojek was first established as a call centre, offering only courier delivery and two-wheeled ride-hailing services. Today, Gojek has transformed into a super app, providing more than 20 services, ranging from transportation, food delivery, groceries, massage, house cleaning, logistics to a cashless digital payment platform called GoPay.

Makarim often uses a motorcyle taxi, known in Indonesia as an Ojek. He saw this as a business opportunity and developed it into Go-Jek, founded in 2010.

Go-Jek was well received, and eventually received US$ 1,3 billion funding from investors, in a 2018 round led by Alphabet Inc’s Google, JD.com Inc and Tencent Holdings. It thereby became the first Indonesian Unicorn. By 2019, the firm was worth up to US$ 10 billion.

Awards

  • In 2016, Nadiem received the The Straits Times Asian of the Year award, and was the first Indonesian to receive the award since it was first established in 2012. The Asian of the Year award is given to an individual or group that has significantly contributed to increasing the welfare of people in their countries or Asia at large. Some previous recipients include the founder of Singapore, Lee Kuan Yew, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Chinese President Xi Jinping and Myanmar President Thein Sein. The award came as the company focuses on increasing the welfare of the informal sector. At the same time, it can help provide a livelihood for Indonesians by changing the traditional business market and model.
  • In 2018, Nadiem made it to Bloomberg 50 annual list of innovators. Bloomberg assessed that there was no other technology platform (app) that changed the lives of Indonesian as fast and as integrated as Gojek. Gojek app was launched in 2015 with a focus on two-wheel ride-hailing, and developed into a platform to pay bills, order food, and book cleaning services. “The Bloomberg 50” includes prominent figures in the business, entertainment, finance, politics, science and technology world. Nadiem’s track record of expanding Gojek to the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam led him to be included in the Bloomberg 50 list alongside Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Spotify Founder Daniel Ek, pop star Taylor Swift and K-Pop idol group BTS.
  • In May 2019, Nadiem was the youngest figure from Asia to receive the 24th Nikkei Asia Prize for economic and business innovation. Nadiem doubled the prize to Rp 860 million and donated the amount as education scholarship for Gojek drivers’ children. The Nikkei Asia Prize is given to individuals or organisations that contribute to the development of Asia. This award was given to Nadiem due to Gojek’s contributions to the economy, easing customer’s daily life, and increasing the income of their partners. Gojek contributed Rp 55 trillion (US$ 3.85 Billion) towards the Indonesian economy, with the average income of GoRide and GoCar partners increasing by 45% and 42% after joining Gojek, and culinary SMEs transaction volume increasing 55% after becoming GoFood merchant.
  • In 2017, Gojek made it to Fortune’s Top 50 Companies That Changed The World, ranking 17th world wide. In 2019 Gojek once again made it to Fortune’s Top 50 Companies That Changed The World, and was the only Southeast Asian company to have been included twice in the list – this year leaping to number 11 out of 52 global companies.

International Organizations

With Melinda Gates and the Minister of Finance of Indonesia, Sri Mulyani, Nadiem served as one of the commissioners of Pathways for Prosperity for Technology and Inclusive Development that focuses on helping developing countries to adapt with various new digital innovations that change the working culture.

Headlines

Jadi Menteri, Nadiem Makarim Mundur dari CEO Gojek dan Siap Bawa Inovasi ke Kabinet Kerja Jilid 2

Senin, 21 Oktober 2019 12:05

Nadiem Makarim dan Keluarga

CEO sekaligus founder startup Gojek, Nadiem Makarim, menyatakan mundur dari jabatannya sebagai CEO Gojek.

Hal tersebut ia utarakan di Istanan Negara seusai bertemu dengan Presiden Joko Widodo. Menurut Nadiem, dirinya akan masuk ke dalam jajaran kabinet yang ditentukan oleh Presiden Joko Widodo masa pemerintahan 2019 – 2020.

Kendati demikian Nadiem tidak menyebut secara rinci pada posisi apa dan kementerian mana ia akan bergabung. “Posisi saya di Gojek sudah mundur dan tidak ada kewenangan sama sekali. Tidak ada kekuasaan apapun di dalam Gojek,” ungkap Nadiem. Ia mengatakan hal tersebut adalah sebuah kehormatan untuknya.

Ia pun meminta publik agar menunggu pengumuman langsung dari Presiden Joko Widodo terkait posisi yang akan ia tempati. “Saya sangat senang. Kehormatan buat saya bisa bergabung dengan kabinet. Mengenai posisinya nanti diumumkan sendiri oleh Pak Presiden,” ungkapnya.

Kendati demikian ia tak menyebutkan kapan akan menyatakan mundur secara resmi dari perusahaan yang ia dirikan tersebut. Namun, Pendiri Go-Jek Nadiem Makarim mengaku siap berinovasi di kabinet Joko Widodo-Ma’ruf Amin.

Hal itu disampaikan Nadiem usai bertemu Jokowi di Istana Merdeka, Jakarta, Senin (21/10/2019). Nadiem mengakui dalam pertemuan itu ia diminta masuk ke kabinet.

“Saya merasa ini kehormatan saya diminta bergabung ke kabinet dan saya menerima,” kata Nadiem. Nadiem mengaku sudah diberitahu akan menjadi menteri apa. Namun, ia enggan membocorkan ke wartawan. Ia hanya menegaskan bahwa dirinya siap membawa banyak inovasi di kabinet nanti.

“Sudah pasti dan banyak sekali inovasi yang ingin saya lakukan untuk negara ini. Saya enggak bisa sebut sekarang,” kata dia. Nadiem pun mengaku ia sudah mundur dari Go-Jek, bisnis start up yang ia bangun. “Pasti di Go-Jek sudah mundur. Tidak ada posisi dan kewenangan apapun di Gojek,” ujarnya.

Nadiem sendiri pagi tadi sekitar pukul 10.00 WIB muncul dari gerbang utama mengenakan kemeja putih menarik perhatian wartawan yang sedang meliput di lokasi. Hal ini memunculkan dugaan Nadiem akan masuk ke dalam jajaran kabinet Presiden Jokowi jilid 2.

Ia hanya membalas senyum kepada sejumlah awak media yang gencar melontarkan pertanyaan. Ada yang menyebut dia akan menjadi menteri digital dan ekonomi kreatif. Ada pula yang mengatakan Nadiem bakal bergabung ke Kementerian Pendidikan.

Hingga kini masih belum ada kepastian jabatan apa yang akan disandang Nadiem, kalaupun dia benar masuk kabinet. Presiden Joko Widodo kemungkinan baru akan mengumumkan jajaran kabinetnya menjelang siang ini.

Pria 35 tahun lulusan Universitas Harvard kabarnya akan masuk dalam jajaran pemerintahan sebagai salah satu menteri. Ada yang menyebut dia akan menjadi menteri digital dan ekonomi kreatif.

Ada pula yang mengatakan Nadiem bakal begabung ke Kementerian Pendidikan. Hingga kini masih belum ada kepastian jabatan apa yang akan disandang Nadiem, kalaupun dia benar masuk kabinet.

Pengamat Politik dari Charta Politika, Yunarto menyampaikan bahwa Ngadiem Makarim adalah calon menteri yang cocok dengan bocoran presiden selama ini. “Selama ini presiden manyampaikan bahwa ada menteri yang milenials, dan tentun Ngadiem adalah orang yang cocok untuk itu,” ujarnya.

Sejauh ini Ngadiem Makarim memang dikabarkan akan menjadi menteri yang akan duduk di bidang pendidikan dan koperasi. Yunarto pun menjelaskan bahwa jika Ngadiem nanti menjadi menteri tentu banyak masalah yang akan dihadapinya, karena tidak akan sama iklimnya saat memimpin Gojek dan kementerian.

“Akan susah dia nantinya mendobrak budaya-budaya di Kementerian. Kalau di Gojek kan, dia yang bangun dan bertumbuh bersama. Ini dia datang ke tempat yang sudah bertahun-tahun establish,” ujarnya.

Lantas, bagaimana profil CEO Go-Jek tersebut?

Berikut profil Nadiem Makarim, dirangkum Tribunnews dari berbagai sumber :

Kehidupan Pribadi

  • Nadiem Makarim memiliki nama lengkap Nadiem Anwar Makarim.
  • Ia merupakan pria kelahiran Singapura, 4 Juli 1984.
  • Pria 35 tahun itu adalah anak bungsu dari tiga bersaudara.
  • Ia lahir dari pasangan Nono Anwar Makarim dan Atika Algadri.
  • Ayahnya merupakan seorang aktivis dan pengacara.
  • Sedangkan, ibunya berprofesi sebagai penulis lepas.
  • Sang ibu merupakan putri dari salah seorang sosok perintis kemerdekaan Indonesia, Hamid Algadri.
  • Sementara itu, ia menikah dengan sang istri Franka Franklin sejak 2014 lalu.

Nadiem dan Franka telah dikaruniai anak perempuan bernama Solara Franklin Makarim.

Riwayat Pendidikan

  • Nadiem Makarim mengenyam pendidikan dasar dan menengah pertama di Jakarta.
  • Ia kemudian melanjutkan pendidikan SMA-nya di Singapura.
  • Lulus SMA, Nadiem pun memutuskan untuk melanjutkan pendidikannya di jurusan International Relations di Brown University, Amerika Serikat.
  • Ia mengenyam pendidikan di Brown University dari tahun 2002 hingga 2006.
  • Tiga tahun kemudian, ia pun melanjutkan pendidikan pasca-sarjana di Harvard Business School dan mendapatkan gelar Master of Business Administration (MBA).

Awal Karir

  • Dilansir TribunStyle, Nadiem Makarim memutuskan untuk bergabung di Mckinsey & Company yang berbasis di Jakarta pada 2006.
  • Ia direkrut perusahaan itu menjadi konsultan manajemen.
  • Ia bekerja di perusahaan tersebut selama 3 tahun.
  • Nadiem juga bekerja di Zalora Indonesia sebagai Co-Founder serta Managing Editor.
  • Ia kemudian memutuskan keluar dari Zalora dan bekerja di Kartuku sebagai Chief Innovation Officer.
  • Di tahun 2011, Nadiem Makarim mulai merintis perusahaannya yang kemudian dikenal dengan Go-Jek.
  • Go-Jek merupakan aplikasi pesan ojek online yang telah berkembang besar di Indonesia.
  • Perusahaan itu disebut memperoleh pendanaan sebesar USD 550 juta atau setara dengan Rp 7,2 triliun pada 2016 lalu.
  • Go-Jek pun tak hanya menyediakan jasa pesan ojek online saja, namun juga jasa antar barang (Go-Send), makanan (Go-Food), kebersihan, massage, dan lain-lain.
  • Kini, aplikasi Go-Jek bahkan telah beroperasi di 50 kota di negara-negara Asia Tenggara.
  • Yang sebelumnya menjadi startup unicorn, Go-Jek kini menjadi perusahaan decacorn.

Jadi Juragan Ojek

  • CEO Gojek, Nadiem Makarim bersalaman dengan Gubernur Jawa Tengah Ganjar Pranowo. (Dok)
  • Awal mula Nadiem Makarim menjadi juragan ojek adalah dari kebiasaannya menggunakan ojek untuk pergi ke kantor.
  • Dilansir Kompas.com, ia mendapat ide untuk mengawinkan jasa ojek dan teknologi.
  • Dari situ, lahirlah PT Go-Jek Indonesia.
  • Nadiem bercerita, kebiasaan menggunakan ojek sudah menjadi rutinitas harian.
  • Saat itu, ia masih bekerja sebagai Co-Founder dan Managing Editor Zalora Indonesia dan Chief Innovation Officer Kartuku.
  • Setiap berangkat ke kantor, ia selalu menggunakan ojek.
  • Bukan berarti ia tidak memiliki kendaraan pribadi, seperti mobil atau motor.
  • Ia lebih memilih menggunakan ojek saat pulang atau pergi ke kantor karena merasa lebih aman.
  • Menurut dia, tingkat kecelakaan pada pengguna ojek sangat kecil.
  • Selama menggunakan jasa ojek, ia tidak pernah mengalami kecelakaan.
  • Lantaran sering menggunakan jasa ojek, Nadiem pun sering ngobrol dengan para tukang ojek langganannya.
  • Dari hasil obrolan dan pengamatannya, ia mengetahui bahwa sebagian besar waktu tukang ojek banyak dihabiskan untuk mangkal dan menunggu penumpang.
  • Di tempat mangkal, biasanya mereka giliran dengan tukang ojek lainnya. Sudah giliran, kadang penumpang sepi.
  • Sementara itu, dari sisi pengguna jasa, keamanan dan kenyamanan ojek belum terjamin 100 persen.
  • Menjawab semua persoalan itu, ia akhirnya mendapatkan ide membuat inovasi bagaimana orang bisa dengan mudah memesan ojek melalui ponsel tanpa harus repot ke pangkalan ojek.
  • Terlebih lagi, tidak semua orang lokasinya dekat dengan pangkalan ojek.
  • Tukang ojek sendiri tidak harus mangkal.
  • Bagi penumpang, menggunakan ojek juga lebih aman karena jelas dan terdaftar.
  • Nadiem mengaku, idenya ini juga sejalan dengan salah satu tugas kuliah ketika mengambil master di Harvard Business School.
  • Saat awal merintis bisnis, ia hanya memiliki 10 karyawan dan 20 tukang ojek.
  • Bagi Nadiem, awal mendirikan Go-Jek merupakan masa yang penuh dengan tantangan.
  • Salah satu kendala utamanya adalah sulitnya merekrut para pengojek untuk bergabung.
  • Maklumlah, saat itu karena brand Go-Jek belum banyak dikenal seperti sekarang ini.
  • Saat itu, Nadiem pun terjun langsung merekrut tukang ojek.
  • Ia kerap turun ke jalan, tempat para tukang ojek mangkal.
  • Ia lalu banyak menghabiskan waktu dengan mengobrol hingga membelikan mereka kopi dan rokok.

Menyabet Asian of The Year 2018

  • Dilansir Kompas.com, Nadiem Makarim menjadi orang Indonesia pertama yang menerima penghargaan “Asian of The Year” dari The Strait Times.
  • Ia menyabet penghargaan bergengsi tersebut pada 2012.
  • Nadiem menyatakan, penghargaan tersebut diperoleh seiring dengan fokus Go-Jek untuk meningkatkan kesejahteraan sektor informal.
  • Di saat yang sama, langkah mereka bisa membantu kehidupan sehari-hari masyarakat Indonesia dengan mengubah pasar dan model bisnis yang selama ini berlaku.
  • Penghargaan “Asian of the Year” diberikan kepada individu atau sekelompok individu yang berkontribusi secara signifikan meningkatkan kesejahteraan masyarakat di negaranya atau di Asia.
  • Sejumlah nama besar yang pernah menerima Asian of the Year adalah Lee Kuan Yew, pendiri Singapura (2015); Narendra Modi, Perdana Menteri India (2014); Shinzo Abe, Perdana Menteri Jepang dan Xi Jinping, Presiden China (2013); serta Thein Sein, Presiden Myanmar (2012).

Penasihat Kwarnas Pramuka

  • Nadiem Makarim ditunjuk sebagai Dewan Penasihat Nasional Gerakan Pramuka masa bakti 2018-2023.
  • Dilansir Kompas.com, dia dilantik oleh Jokowi pada 27 Desember 2018 silam.
  • Ada tiga mantan Presiden yang menjadi Anggota Dewan Penasihat, yakni Presiden ketiga BJ Habibie, Presiden kelima Megawati Soekarnoputri, dan Presiden keenam Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (SBY).
  • Ada juga mantan Wapres Try Sutrisno.
  • Selain itu, pengusaha lain yang ditunjuk antara lain CEO Net TV Wishnutama dan pemilik MNC Group Hary Tanoesoedibjo.
  • Tak hanya itu, ada juga nama besar lain seperti Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono X, Soekarwo, Mustofa Bisri, Syafi’i Maarif, Siti Hartati Murdaya, Frans Magnis Suseno, Jaya Suprana, Slamet Raharjo, dan Eka Cipta Wijaya.
  • Diharapkan, Dewan Penasihat di bidang bisnis dapat mengajari anak-anak gerakan Pramuka bagaimana mengelola bisnis.

Masuk dalam 50 Sosok Menginspirasi di Dunia versi Bloomberg 2018

  • Nadiem Makarim masuk ke daftar sosok paling menginspirasi dalam 2018 Bloomberg 50.
  • Daftar tersebut terdiri dari orang-orang yang terlibat dalam dunia bisnis dan keuangan, entertainment, politik hingga teknologi dan ilmu pengetahuan di mana sosoknya bisa membawa perubahan besar di tahun 2018.
  • Dilansir Kompas.com, rilis penghargaan itu menyebut, Go-Jek yang dibangun oleh Nadiem telah mengubah kehidupan masyarakat Indonesia dalam waktu yang cepat.
  • “Tidak ada aplikasi lain yang telah mengubah kehidupan di Indonesia dengan cepat seperti Go-Jek. Kemudian tahun 2015 yang berkembang fokusnya tidak hanya pada pemesanan sepeda motor (ojek), tetapi juga menjadi cara untuk membayar tagihan, memesan makan, atau menjadwalkan pembersihan rumah,” tulis laporan itu.
  • Dalam keterangannya, 2018 Bloomberg 50 mengatakan bahwa layanan “berbagi aplikasi” Go-Jek yang berbasis di Indonesia juga bisa mendobrak untuk ekspansi ke luar negeri.
  • Dalam daftar nama tersebut, nama Nadiem masuk bersama para direktur The Fed Jerome Powell, Richard Clarida, John Williams, Randal Quarles dan Lael Brainard.
  • Peraih nobel bidang fisika Donna Strickland hingga artis Taylor Swift juga masuk ke dalam daftar ini.

Harta Kekayaan

  • Dilansir Tribun Style, nama Nadiem Makarim masuk dalam daftar 5 miliarder terkaya Indonesia dengan usia kisaran angka 30 tahun.
  • Dirilis dari Globe Asia tahun 2018, kekayaan Nadiem Makarim ditaksir mencapai USD 100 juta atau sekitar Rp 1,4 triliun.
  • Secara dunia, peringkat Nadiem Makarim dalam daftar tersebut adalah di urutan ke-150.

Source: aceh.tribunnews

Second inauguration of Joko Widodo

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The second inauguration of Joko Widodo as president of Indonesia is scheduled to take place on Sunday, 20 October 2019 at the DPR/MPR Building, Jakarta. This ceremony will mark the commencement of the second consecutive and final five-year term of Joko Widodo (universally known as Jokowi) as president and first term of Ma’ruf Amin as vice president.

Jokowi-Amin ticket won the 2019 election with 55.5% of the popular vote against their only opponent, Prabowo Subianto-Sandiaga Uno. After Prabowo’s dispute was rejected by the Constitutional Court, the General Elections Commission (KPU) declared the ticket as winners.

Inauguration Ceremony

The inauguration ceremony will be started on 14:30 local time (07:30 UTC). It will be held on the People’s Consultative Assembly parliamentary session and expected to be led by assembly speaker Bambang Soesatyo. As the inauguration will be held in a Sunday, the assembly decided to push forward the session starting time, which usually held at 10:00 local time. The reasons are to give Christians, Catholics, and Buddhists to attend their respective service, as well as to not interrupt the weekly car free day held near the venue at the morning to noon with road closures.

Guests

Vice President of the People’s Republic of China Wang Qishan plans to attend the ceremony according to Indonesian Deputy Foreign Minister A. M. Fachir. Australian, Malaysian, and Singaporean prime ministers Scott Morrison, Mahathir Mohamad, and Lee Hsien Loong will also attend the ceremony. Morrison’s appearance will be fourth consecutive by an Australian prime minister in an Indonesian presidential inauguration, which dates back to 2004, the year of Indonesia’s first popularly-elected presidential election. Jokowi’s two-time rival Prabowo has also confirmed his attendance.

First Inauguration of Joko Widodo

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The first inauguration of Joko Widodo as the seventh president of Indonesia took place on Monday, 20 October 2014 at the DPR/MPR Building, Jakarta. This ceremony marked the commencement of the first five-year term of Joko Widodo (universally known as Jokowi) as president and second non-consecutive and final term of Jusuf Kalla as vice president.

Jokowi and Kalla won the 2014 election with 53.15% of the popular vote against his only rival, Prabowo Subianto and Hatta Rajasa.

Context

Joko Widodo was elected in the highly competitive 2014 election. Jokowi, who held the post of mayor of Surakarta and the Governor of Jakarta receives widespread national and international media attention due to his unique background and style. He is the son of a carpenter who worked as a furniture exporter before becoming a politician. He is the first Indonesian president not to have come from the military or political elite. His unique leadership style, including blusukan (spending time in impoverished areas to informally chat with the people), proved very popular among Indonesians.

Five days before his inauguration, Time Magazine featured him on the cover page, titled “A New Hope”.

Inauguration Ceremony

The inauguration ceremony was started on 10:00 local time (03:00 UTC). It was held on the People’s Consultative Assembly parliamentary session led by assembly speaker Zulkifli Hasan. Before the reading of the oath, he read the proclamation on the election results. President-elect Joko Widodo then read the presidential oath, followed by Jusuf Kalla afterwards.

After his inauguration, Joko Widodo delivered his inaugural address, titled “Di Bawah kehendak rakyat dan konstitusi” (Under the will of the people and the constitution). In his speech, he promised that his government would ensure every citizen throughout the archipelago, including its furthest reaches, would be served. He also calls for unity among Indonesians and announcing his determination to establish Indonesia as a maritime country. To foreign guests and delegates, he said that Indonesia would remain consistent with its free and active foreign policy.

Post-ceremony Events

After the inauguration ceremony, the process continued by a people’s festival that took place in the Monas monument, a few kilometres away from the DPR/MPR Building. Joko Widodo and Jusuf Kalla joined the cultural parade started from Hotel Indonesia roundabout to the Istana Merdeka, carried by a chariot In the Istana, outgoing President Yudhoyono and his cabinet ceremonially handed over the presidential palace with a military procession. He then joined the peoples festival and addressed another speech.

Guests

State guests attending the inauguration ceremony.

Local guests attended the ceremony including the former presidents of Indonesia, B. J. Habibie and Megawati Sukarnoputri, and former First Lady Sinta Nuriyah. Former vice presidents Try Sutrisno and Hamzah Haz also attended the inauguration. His rivals during the election, Prabowo Subianto and Hatta Rajasa also attended the ceremony, receiving appreciation and applause.

There were several international guests attended the inauguration ceremony, and until the inauguration ceremony, there are more than 90 diplomats and foreign representatives confirmed their attendance.

Gallery

2014 Indonesian Presidential Election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Presidential elections were held in Indonesia on 9 July 2014, with former general Prabowo Subianto contesting the elections against the governor of Jakarta, Joko Widodo; incumbent president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono was constitutionally barred from seeking a third term in office. On 22 July the General Elections Commission (KPU) announced Joko Widodo’s victory. He and his vice president, Jusuf Kalla, were sworn-in on 20 October 2014, for a 5-year term.

According to the 2008 election law, only parties or coalitions controlling 20% of DPR seats or winning 25% of the popular votes in the 2014 parliamentary elections are eligible to nominate a candidate. This law was challenged in the Constitutional Court,but in late January 2014, the court ruled that the requirement would stand for this election. No party exceeded the threshold in the 2014 legislative elections; therefore, two coalitions were formed.

Headlines

BBC

Joko Widodo sworn in as Indonesian president

20 October 2014 | BBC NEWS

Joko Widodo, the charismatic outsider who won Indonesia’s presidency, made a call for national reconciliation and unity as he was sworn in.

Popularly known as Jokowi, the 53-year-old took the oath of office at a ceremony held at parliament in Jakarta.

He was then cheered through the streets as he made his way on a horse-drawn carriage to the state palace.

The former Jakarta governor is the first president not to have come from the military or political elite.

Elected in July, the former furniture exporter and son of a carpenter now leads the world’s third-largest democracy, with a population of about 250 million people.

US Secretary of State John Kerry and Australia’s Prime Minister Tony Abbott were among those who attended the inauguration.

TIME

The New Face of Indonesian Democracy
Hannah Beech | Oct 16, 2014

THE STRAITS TIMES [Singapore]

Indonesia President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (second from left) and president-elect Joko Widodo (third from right) arrive before the inaugural ceremony at the House of Representative in Jakarta on Oct 20, 2014. — PHOTO: AFP

PUBLISHED OCT 20, 2014, 11:40 AM SGT

JOKO Widodo was sworn in on Monday as Indonesia’s seventh president, in a ceremony watched by millions of Indonesians live on TV and by visiting dignitaries from some 20 countries.

With a copy of the Quran held over his head, Mr Joko recited the oath of office: “By God, I will carry out my duties as president of the Republic of Indonesia as best and as justly as I can, Upholding the constitution and the laws of the republic, and to serve the motherland and nation.”

He then embraced former president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and both men exchanged seats at the front of the hall.

Monday’s inauguration is the first in Indonesian history to be attended by both an outgoing president and his successor, and hopes are high that the cordial transition will usher in another period of political stability for South-east Asia’s largest economy.

Also present at the ceremony were Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, Brunei Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, and Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott, among other guests including US Secretary of State John Kerry.

Mr Joko was elected on July 9 with 53.2 per cent of the vote, defeating rival Prabowo Subianto by over 8 million votes.

Banners throughout the capital, referring to Dr Yudhoyono and Mr Joko by their popular names, proclaimed: “Thank you SBY, welcome Jokowi”.

The session at the People’s Consultative Assembly (MPR) – which brings together Parliament and the Regional Representatives Council (DPD) – was also for the first time attended by former presidents B.J.Habibie and Megawati Sukarnoputri, as well as the widow of former president Abdurrahman Wahid.

Also present was Mr Prabowo and his running mate Hatta Rajasa.

Before the swearing in, MPR Speaker Zulkifli Hasan paid tribute to Dr Yudhoyono for his contributions to growing Indonesia’s economy and ensuring political stability and peace, and raising the country’s stature over his decade in office.

“We stand tall together and sit at the same level as developed nations today,” Mr Zulkifli said, noting that Indonesia’s diplomatic weight and role in international forums like the G20 and Asean had increased significantly under Dr Yudhoyono.

“We thank him for laying a strong foundation for the continued development of Indonesia. We hope he will continue to serve the nation,” he added.

Mr Joko then delivered a short speech, his first as president, where he acknowledged his election rival Mr Prabowo, who in turn stood and saluted Mr Joko, to applause.

“We all have a shared commitment as a large nation,” Mr Joko said in his speech.

“This the moment for us to work together towards an Indonesia that is politically sovereign, economically self sufficient, and culturally resilient.”

He stressed that a spirit of unity and gotong royong – mutual cooperation – were critical for Indonesia as the country forged ahead.

He also pledged that his government would ensure every citizen throughout the archipelago, including its furthest reaches, would be served, and called on all Indonesians, whether fishermen, farmers, bakso sellers, street vendors, teachers, or academics, to stand together and work for the greater good of the country.

“The grand task of developing our nation cannot be done by the president and vice- president alone. It requires the efforts of all of us,” he said.

“So work, work and work we must to raise the welfare of all of us.”

Mr Joko also indicated that Indonesia’s foreign policy direction would be broadly consistent, saying: “As the largest nation in South-east Asia, we will continue our “free and active” foreign policy to contribute to a stable global order based on sovereignty and social justice.”

At home, he said the country would focus on developing its seas and oceans.

He also cited founding president Sukarno’s call on Indonesians to have a new seafaring spirit to brave the waves to be a strong, prosperous and peaceful nation.

“As your captain, Let me invite all of you to board the ship that is Indonesia.We will unfurl our sails, and brave the waters ahead on our strengths,” he added.

After the two-hour ceremony at the People’s Consultative Assembly, Mr Joko was ferried by horse drawn carriage from central Jakarta to the presidential palace.

zakirh@sph.com.sg

TEMPO

Siapa Saja Tamu Negara yang Hadir di Pelantikan Jokowi?
Oleh : Tempo.co | Minggu, 19 Oktober 2014 23:58 WIB

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta -Majelis Permusyawaratan Rakyat (MPR) mengaku tidak mengundang perwakilan negara sahabat dalam pelantikan Presiden terpilih Joko Widodo-Jusuf Kalla (Jokowi-JK) pada hari ini, Senin 20 Oktober 2014. Meski tak mengundang, MPR mendapat pemberitahuan sejumlah negara akan datang dalam acara pelantikan Jokowi-JK.

“ Sekitar 17 perwakilan Negara tetangga dan utusan khusus dipastikan hadir” kata Ketua MPR Zulkifli Hasan di MPR, Jakarta, Sabtu 18 Oktober 2014.

Mereka yang sudah memberikan konfirmasi kehadiran antara lain:

  1. Presiden Timor Leste Taur Matan Ruak
  2. Perdana Menteri Brunei Darussalam HM Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah
  3. Perdana Menteri Papua Nugin Peter O’Nieill
  4. Perdana Menteri Australia Tony Abbott
  5. Perdana Menteri Singapura Lee Hsien Loong
  6. Perdana Menteri Malaysia Dato’ Sri Mohd Najib bin Tun Abdul Razak
  7. Perdana Menteri Haiti Laurent Salvador Lamonthe
  8. Utusan khusus Jepang mantan Perdana Menteri Yasuo Fukuda
  9. Deputi Ketua Parlemen China Yan Junqi
  10. Kepala Kantor Pemerintah Viet Nam Vu Duc Ndu
  11. Menteri Luar Negeri Selandia Baru Murray McCully
  12. Utusan Khusus Republik Korea Kim Tae-whan dan Ham Jin-kyu
  13. Deputi PM/Menlu Thailand Tanasak Patimapragorn
  14. Utusan khusus Belanda Dr Tjeek Willink
  15. Menteri Luar Negeri Amerika Serikat John Kerry
  16. Menteri Luar Negeri Inggris Philip Hammond
  17. Menteri Perindustrian Rusia Denis Valentinovich.

Kepala Protokol Negara Kementerian Luar Negeri Ahmad Rusdi mengatakan, para kepala negara dan pemerintahan akan mendapatkan pelayanan seperti tamu negara, mulai dari keprotokolan, pengaturan pengamanan, fasilitas transportasi, maupun courtesy. Baik dalam penyambutan di bandara maupun saat menghadiri upacara pelantikan.

“Pada upacara pelantikan ketika tiba mereka akan disambut Presiden Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono. Setelah pelantikan mereka akan menghadiri resepsi yang diselenggarakan Presiden baru, Joko Widodo,” papar dia.

Beberapa kepala negara akan langsung bertolak kembali ke negaranya usai acara. Namun ada pula yang mengatakan kunjungan kehormatan, baik kepada Presiden baru maupun mitra atau koleganya.

Selain kepala negara/pemerintahan serta utusan khusus, seluruh duta besar dan perwakilan organisasi internasional yang ada di Jakarta telah memastikan kehadiran mereka. Jumlahnya sekitar 90 orang.

NATALIA SANTI

Fumika Baba 馬場 ふみか

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Fumika Baba (馬場 ふみか Baba Fumika, born June 21, 1995, in Niigata, Niigata Prefecture, Japan) is a Japanese actress and model who is represented by the talent agency Name Management.

Biography

Baba’s skills are ballet and juggling.

She was scouted on a local street when she was in high school, and started working as a model for the local free newspaper, Niigata Bishōjo Zukan.

Baba later belonged with other junior high school students in the kids troupe, Apricot, and later appeared at a local stage. Her acting debut was in the film Puzzle, in 2014. Baba yearned for the actress Fumi Nikaidō.

Her television drama debut was in Kamen Rider Drive as the enemy, Medic.

Baba’s cousin is poet Megumi Baba.

Filmography

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