Sports have been an essential part of Raja Sapta Oktohari's life. Coming from a family with a deep root in karate, he fell in love with martial arts where he learned fundamental traits - discipline, focus, passion, dedication and intensity - that strengthen him to the next stage in his life.
Raja Sapta Oktohari was elected as the president of Indonesian Cycling Federation in 2015 and transformed the federation into a professional organization. He was appointed as Chef de Mission of Tim Indonesia for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio and helped the team brought a gold medal home. He was appointed as the Indonesia 2018 Asian Para Games Organizing Committee chairman, and the Asian Paralympic Committee lauded the event as the best games.
On 9 October 2019, Raja Sapta Oktohari was elected as the president of the Indonesian Olympic Committee, replacing Erick Thohir.
Warih Sadono has a long law-enforcement career. He’s the former head of West Kalimantan and Jakarta Prosecutor’s Office. He was also a junior attorney for special crimes (Jampidsus) in the Attorney General Office. Warih also served as the Corruption Eradication Commission as a deputy for enforcement. Currently, he’s an officer in the SOEs ministry overseeing strategic policy implementation.
Prominent figure in Indonesian equestrian community. Rafiq is the owner of Arthayasa Stable, located in the outskirts of Jakarta, which is considered as one of the best stables in Southeast Asia. He was the technical consultant for the Jakarta International Equestrian Park Pulomas renovation project. He was also involved in the Indonesia 2018 Asian Para Games as the Athletes Village mayor.
Researcher and professional in oil and gas industry. Baseball and triathlon enthusiast. He has competed in many triathlon, Ironman and running competitions in Indonesia and abroad. In sports administration, he was Venue & Environment Director of the Indonesia 2018 Asian Games Organizing Committee.
With 10.17 seconds SEA Games records in his belt, Suryo has been holding the “Southeast Asia’s Fastest Man” title since 2009. A year earlier, he ran 10.46 seconds in the Bejing 2008 Games. Currently, he’s a civil servant at the ministry of youth and sports, while also an Executive Committee member of the Indonesian Olympic Committee, overseeing athlete’s commission.
Prominent businessman in Batam Island. He's the chairman of Batam Chamber of Commerce and Industry. He was event director for cycling in the Indonesia 2018 Asian Games, and currently he's Vice Chairman of the Indonesian Cycling Federation.
Ismail Ning is an Indonesian businessman in the property, finance and banking industry. In sports administration, Ismail is a member of the sports development dept of the Indonesian Swimming Federation.
Antonius Adi Wirawan is a professional in the finance industry in Indonesia. In sports administration, he was a Vice Director of Games Operation dept. in INASGOC and Federation of Indonesian Ice Hockey official.
One of the best female sport climbers in Indonesia. Puji helped Indonesia to win speed relay's gold medal, while also settled for individual speed's silver medal in the Indonesia 2018 Asian Games. Currently, she's a civil servant in the sports and youth ministry and appointed as Executive Committee member overseeing athletes' commission..
Longest-serving Executive Committee member. Indra has a deep background in logistic business. In sports administration, he's an Executive Committee member of the Islamic Solidarity Sports Federation. In the Indonesia 2018 Asian Games, he was Director of Arrival, Departure & Hospitality. He's also former Indonesian Bowling Association official.
Ferry J. Kono is a true sports enthusiast. He has involved in many sports federations, including baseball-softball and cycling. He has also invested in youth development, such as football and basketball academy. He was vice secretary general of the Indonesia 2018 Asian Para Games and currently, serving as a special staff for the national development planning minister.