Former Badung Police Chief’s Son Wins Gold at BTIC 2023

Nadhif Kenzie Putrabyan managed to win a gold medal at the Bali International Taekwondo Championship (BTIC) 2023. (BP/Special)

MANGUPURA, BALIPOST.com – At the prestigious Bali International Taekwondo Championship (BTIC) 2023, Nadhif Kenzie Putrabyan managed to win a gold medal with 7,300 winning points. This activity took place at GOR Purna Krida Kerobokan, North Kuta, Badung, from October 13 to 15, 2023.

Nadhif Kenzie from Bandung City, West Java is the son of former Badung Police Chief Roby Septiadi. He fought in the junior men’s Pomsae Individual class.

Winning the gold medal is a matter of pride for Indonesia, given that the BTIC brought together athletes from various countries including Malaysia, Singapore, Timor Leste, Philippines and India.

Nadhif Kenzie’s father, Roby Septiadi, during his confirmation on Saturday (14/10), admitted that he was very proud of his son’s achievements. “It makes me very proud because (Nadhif Kenzie) is competing against local, national and international athletes,” he said.

He also greatly appreciated the activities carried out in the province of Bali. Because it can hone the skills of Indonesian athletes.

Please note that the BTIC was opened by the Head of Badung Youth and Sports Education Department (Disdikpora), I Gusti Made Dwipayana at GOR Purna Krida Kerobokan, North Kuta, Badung, Friday (10/13). The sports tourism event organized by the Indonesian National Sports Committee (KONI) Badung brought together athletes from nine countries (Kerta Negara/balipost)

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