NOC Indonesia News Update
Indonesia Ready to Compete at Islamic Solidarity Games in Konya Turkey
 07 Jul 2022
Writer : NOC Team
Indonesia Ready to Compete at Islamic Solidarity Games in Konya Turkey - Indonesia Olympic Commitee
Credit: Komite Eksekutif NOC Indonesia Rafiq Hakim Radinal tengah melakukan CdM Meeting kedua untuk persiapan ISG 2021 Konya.


Indonesia will certainly participate in the 2022 Islamic Solidarity Games which will be held in Konya, Turkey in August.

This certainty came after the Turkey Islamic Solidarity Games Organizing Committee (TISGOC) ensured that all preparations for the 2021 Konya Islamic Solidarity Games (ISG) went smoothly.
All venues have been completed and are ready to be used for the OIC member countries' solidarity sporting event which will be opened from 9 to 18 August.

This was stated by the Executive Committee of the Indonesian Olympic Committee (NOC Indonesia) Rafiq Hakim Radinal who was present at the second ISG Chefs de Mission (CdM) Meeting which took place on 1-6 July. Rafiq, who was accompanied by NOC Relations Diana Roeroe and General Affair Permadi, actively coordinated with TISGOC to ensure smooth participation of Indonesia.

“TISGOC ensures that all venues are completed and ready for use. Indonesia is also ready to appear at ISG Konya," said Rafiq, Thursday (7/7).
In this CdM Meeting, NOC Indonesia had the opportunity to hold a one on one meeting with 15 TISGOC directorates, starting from discussing accreditation to sport entry. "TISGOC's response is very positive, especially when they mentioned that Indonesia is the best NOC because the data for each department is ready," continued Rafiq.

Rafiq explained that TISGOC has also made drawings for 3 team sports, namely handball, volleyball and soccer. Of these three sports, Indonesia only fielded the women's volleyball team. Based on the drawing, continued Rafiq, Indonesian women's volleyball occupies Group A with Uzbekistan, Turkey and Iran. While Group B consists of Afghanistan, Senegal, Cameroon, and Azerbaijan. "NOC Indonesia's commitment is to make ISG a place of solidarity as a target between the achievements of the SEA Games 2023 Cambodia and the 2022 Asian Games Hangzhou," said Rafiq.

ISG Konya will compete in 20 sports (sports), namely athletics, archery, 3x3 basketball, bocce, bicycle racing (road and track), fencing, soccer, gymnastics (artistic, aerobics, rhythmic), handball, judo, karate , kickboxing, shooting, swimming, table tennis, taekwondo, volleyball, weightlifting, wrestling (freestyle, greco-roman), traditional archery.

As for health protocols, Rafiq explained that TISGOC has strict rules as a preventive measure to prevent COVID-19. According to him, athletes and officials who live in athlete villages are required to do PCR within 48-72 hours before departure. "A negative PCR result can only leave and athletes and officials will be tested again upon arrival at the athlete village. All those who leave are also required to include a vaccine certificate," concluded Rafiq.