A Technical Guidebook of Papua PON Published

goodmorningpapua.com – The Great Committee for the Papua National Sports Week (PB PON) XX 2021 officially publishes the Technical Hand Book (THB) or the technical guidebook for the implementation of the PON XX of Papua.

THB PON XX was published on the PON website, after being officially received by the Devision of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) from the Devision Coordinator of Competition, Jan Jap Ormuseray at the Kotaraja Autonomous Hall, Jayapura City. THB PON XX was organized by PB PON together with Sports Branch Administrators.

“It is able to be said that THB is the holy book for the PON XX. The process, which lasted quite a long time and through intense discussion and coordination, everything went be all right. When talking about PON, its heart is in the devision of competition wherein it is THB that to be the heart, “said General Secretary of PB PON of Papua, Elia Loupatty.

Meanwhile, the coordinator of the PB PON competition, Yan Yap Ormuseray, said that the handover of the THB was an important part because it would become a technical guidebook for the implementation of the PON XX next October. However, said Ormuseray, there are still 4 sports that have not completed their THB, namely Fencing, Muaythai, Outdoor and Indoor Hockey.

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“The THB submitted are 50 of the 54 disciplinary sports of PON XX because there are 4 THBs that have not been completed.

The implementation guide arranged by PB PON XX in Papua contains 44 pages, including general information, a profile of the city where sports are held, the composition of the management and the organizing committee.

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