Shooting sports, it has been a long way to successfully pass one athlete to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. He is Vidya Rafika Rahmatan Toyyiba, a young, beautiful, talented athlete who is ready to be the hope of the Indonesian Team at the inter-national sports party.
Seeing footage of his achievements, this 18-year-old girl is indeed continuing to show an upward trend in recent times. As in the 2019 SEA Games in the Philippines, Vika, as she was familiarly called, was surprisingly able to win two gold medals.
Previously, Vika also won a ticket to qualify for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, after successfully carving out achievements at the 2019 Qatar Asian Shooting Championship, in its flagship number 10 M Air Rifle Women.
Ayu girl born in Depok, West Java, May 27, 2001 at the same time also made a new history, as the first shooting athlete from Indonesia who successfully won tickets to the Olympics through the qualification path.
“Hopefully the results at the Olympics will be satisfying for Indonesia,” said son of pair M Toyip and former national shooting athlete I Gusti Ayu Putu Indra Dewi, as reported by Antara.
Born into a family of shooters, indeed made Vika since childhood already familiar with the sport of shooting. It is known that since the third grade elementary school Vika began to diligently practice shooting.
Now, Vika really has to focus, concentrate, and be more enthusiastic in practicing, bearing in mind the mat of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics is getting closer in the coming July.
Besides Vika, PB PERBAKIN is also still focused on passing one more athlete to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics through the same path as Vika, which is qualification. Vika’s achievement is expected to be a motivation for many other athletes, especially in shooting.
Here’s a brief data of Vika:
Name: Vidya Rafika Rahmatan Toyyiba
Born: Depok, West Java, May 27, 2001
– SEA Games 2019 Philippines (one gold Air Rifle Women, one gold Air Rifle Mix)
– Asian Shooting Championships Qatar 2019 (qualifying for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics)
– SEASA 2019, Indonesia (two gold)
– 2018 Asian Games
– SEASA 2017, Malaysia (one silver, 1 bronze)