Set aside Target Medals, Men’s and Women’s Pole Jumpers Focus Focus on Fixing Personal Records

Diva Renata Jayadi. Sumber: ANTARA

Male and female pole vault athletes don’t want to boast in the 2019 SEA Games stage in the Philippines. Both are compact determined to break each other’s personal records.
In the category of Indonesian son represented by Fedrick Saputra, while in the daughter there is Diva Renata Jayadi. Both become the mainstay of the Executive Board of the All Indonesian Athletics Association (PB PASI) in November.

The tight competition in the competition this time made Fedrick not want to set too grandiose targets. The 23-year-old athlete is being realistic by trying to improve his best jump record.

The athlete who is usually called Erik was less satisfied with his achievement at the 2017 SEA Games. Where he only able to jump as high as 4.8 meters. Because of that, he was determined to reply to this failure at the SEA Games this time. Erick estimates that breaking a personal record is enough to take him to third place.

“The target at the SEA Games broke just a record. Break the personal best of 5.2 meters. For the medal hopes to bronze,” he said as quoted by

While the same thing was also conveyed by the deputy daughter, Diva Renata Jayadi. As the only female representative from Indonesia, Diva only hopes to sharpen her leap at the 2019 SEA Games. Diva himself passed the selection after successfully breaking the ASEAN Schools Games (ASG) pole vault record 2019. There he managed to become the best with a jump of 3.83 meters. But the achievement is still not competitive enough for the professional level.

Therefore he is determined to increase the height of his jump to be able to compete. Gratitude-gratitude can achieve maximum results by shifting the best ASEAN record of 4.10 meters.

The best in Southeast Asia is 4.10 meters, so 4 meters can get silver, “said Diva, refer from


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