Windy Cantika Aisyah became the third gold contributor after previously Dwi Cindy Desyana became the second gold contributor in dancesport. Windy Cantika Aisah won the women’s 49 kg at the Ninoy Aquino Stadion RSMC, Manila, Monday (12/2). Windy won gold after defeating Myanmar lifter, Pyae Pyae Phyo. While the bronze medal belongs to Vietnamese athlete Ngo Thi Quyen. Windy recorded a total of 190 kilograms through a 86 kilogram snatch and 104 kilograms of clean and jerk. The total lifter force born on June 11, 2002 was a world record for the 49 kilogram junior women’s class.
Phyo finally had to settle for winning the silver medal after recording a total of 180 kilograms with 80 kg snatch details and 100 kg clean and jerk. While the bronze medal certainly belongs to the representative of Vietnam, Ngo Thi Nguyen, with a total of 172 kg with details of 75 kg snatch and 97 kg clean and jerk.
The sweet results at the 2019 SEA Games also ensured Windy broke the junior world record. Previously, the record was held by a lifter from North Korea, Hye Jong Paek, who recorded a total of 172 kilograms of force. In addition to three gold medals, Indonesia has also won silver and bronze. One of the silver medals was presented from the branch of wushu sports through the action of Harris Horatius who dropped in the number nandao / nangun.
The third child of three siblings began to achieve achievements since following the championship. Windy often follows the championships at the regional, national and international levels. Windy won the championship from the region to take part in the national championship. During the 2018 Asian Games event, it turned out that Windy Cantika Aisah participated in defending the Indonesian squad.
Therefore at the national level, Windy’s face is already familiar. Windy Cantika Aisah won 3 gold in the 2018 PPLP National Championship. In addition she also won three gold in the 2018 Senior / Junior Weightlifting National Championship, and one gold in POPNAS 2017. Then as it was known recently at the EGAT’s Cup 2019 international event in Thailand .
Windy is ranked fourth on weightlifting with a record of 71 kg snatch and 90 kg clean & jerk. Because of his achievements, Windy Cantika Aisah’s potential was glimpsed and believed to be promising.