Defia RosmaniarIndonesia

Defia Rosmaniar Bio, Biography, Age, Education, Height, Weight, Asian Games 2018 Gold Medalist

19 August 2018, Defia Rosmaniar wins first Gold Medal in the ongoing Asian Games 2018

Defia Rosmaniar Bio

Defia Rosmaniar was born on 25 May 1995; She started practicing taekwondo after completing her studies. She was coached by trainer, Sisumnim Syamsudind and SumnumnimSoleh, a unit of Bogor Regional Police (Kotabogor). In the Asian games 2018, she won the first gold for Indonesia from taekwondo.
Born 25 May 1995
Age  23 years old as of 2018
Education TK Sukma Sejahtera (1999-2000) Bogor
SDN. 1 Leuwiliang (2000-2006) Bogor
Junior high school. 1 Cibungbulang (2006-2009) Bogor
PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL. 1 Leuwiliang 4 (2009-2012) Bogor
Citizenship Indonesia
Marital Status
Not married
Height 1.63 M
Weight 54 Kgs
Religion Islam

Defia Rosmaniar Asian Games 2018 Female taekwondo Gold Medal

Female taekwondo athlete Defia Rosmaniar won her first gold medal in Women’s Poomsae sports on Sunday (08/19/2018) at the JCC, Senayan.

In the final, Defia defeated Marjan Salahshouri from Iran.

General Chairperson of the Indonesian Taekwondo Executive Board (PBTI), Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Marciano Norman expressed his gratitude for the prayers and support from the Indonesian people.

Defia Rosmaniar Biography

Defia Rosmaniar was born on 25 May 1995; She started practicing taekwondo after completing her studies. She was coached by trainer, Sisumnim Syamsudind and Sumnumnim Soleh, a unit of Bogor Regional Police (Kotabogor). In the Asian games 2018, she won the first gold for Indonesia from taekwondo.

Defia Rosmaniar Achievements

  1. Silver. The female team of the 2011 Korean Ambassador National Championship, Indonesia
  2. Gold. Individual U-17 female Korean Open Gwangju 2012, Korea
  3. Gold. Pair mixed U-29 Korea Open Gwangju 2012, Korea
  4. Bronze. Female Freestyle U-29 World Taekwondo PoomsaeChampionship, Colombia 2012
  5. Gold. Mixed Pair U-29 National Championship Taekwondo Championship 2013, Bandung, Indonesia
  6.  Silver. Individual U-29 female Islamic Solidarity Games 2013, Palembang, Indonesia
  7. Silver. Pair mixe of the U-29 Islamic Solidarity Games 2013, Palembang, Indonesia
  8. Bronze. The team of the 2013 women’s U-29 Islamic Solidarity Games, Palembang, Indonesia
  9.  Bronze. 2013 mixed U-29 Sea Games, Myanmar
  10.  Bronze. Team female U-29 Sea Games 2013, Myanmar
  11.  Gold. Team for female U-29 Malaysia Open 2014, Malaysia
  12.  Silver. Individual female U-29 Malaysian Open 2014, Malaysia
  13.  Gold. Female U-29 Porda West Java 2014, Bekasi, Indonesia
  14.  Gold. Mixed Pair U-29 PordaJabar 2014, Bekasi, Indonesia
  15.  Silver. Team female U-29 Asean University Games 2014, Palembang, Indonesia
  16.  Gold. Individual female U-29 Chunceon Korea open 2015, Chunceon Korea
  17.  Gold. 2015 U-29 Chunceon Korean Open mixed pair, Chunceon Korea
  18.  Gold. Individual female U-29 Indonesia Open 2015, Jakarta, Indonesia
  19.  Gold. Mixed U-29 Indonesia Open 2015 Pair, Jakarta, Indonesia
  20.  Silver. Individual female U-29 Asian Taekwondo Poomsae Championship, Manila Philippines 2016
  21.  Silver. Pair mixed Poomsae Asian Championship, Manila Philippines 2016
  22.  Silver. Pair mixed U-29 (Korean division) 26th Korea Open Championship, Gyeongju Korea 2016
  23.  Gold, individual female U-30 poomsae (Taekwondo world Hanmadang 2016 Korea)
  24.  Gold, Individual U-30 poomsae femalem (1st Bankimon Open Korea 2016)
  25.  Gold, Women’s U-30 Poomsae Team (1st Bankimon Open Korea 2016)
  26.  Gold, 2016 Individual Female PonJabar XIX
  27.  Gold, the 2016 Women’s Team of PonJabar XIX
  28.  Gold, the female senior student team, lombokmataram 2016
  29.  Silver, Individual female senior senior high school student, Lombok Mataram 2016
  30. Gold,  Asian games 2018  Indonesia! Taekwondo Singles
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