Porkab Jayapura 2022 Gets Supported of the Sport Science and the Science and Technology

goodmorningpapua.com – The Jayapura Regency Sports Week (Porkab) in 2022 will be a seeding of athletes supported by sports science or sport science and science and technology (IPTEK).

Jayapura Regent Mathius Awoitauw said that the support of sport science and of science and technology can give birth to excellent athletes in the future, so they don’t carelessly organize sports events.

“This must be designed so that technology and information are also included in the implementation of Porkab in 2022 and this event will focus on talented young people,” said Mathius Awoitauw in Jayapura, Tuesday 11 January 2022.

Mathius Awoitauw admitted that he had held a meeting with competent parties from Cenderawasih University (Uncen) to be involved in implementing Porkab in 2022.

“So, currently talented young athletes at the national and even international levels are all supported by careful planning, one of which is sport science. So the growth and progress of athletes is all studied,” said Mathius.

Mathius believes that the sport science and the science and technology support can match youth talents in each sport. “These friends at Uncen have that ability and they are very supportive, meaning they can predict where our children can achieve,” said Mathius.

The Indonesian National Sports Committee (KONI) of Jayapura Regency, said Mathius, has also discussed how to design the talents of the youth. “If Papua wants to become a sports province, it must start from the bottom and be supported by sport science, which has now become a trend in the sports world,” he said.

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