|Born||27 April 1964|
Bandung, West Java, Indonesia
Aryono Miranat (born 27 April 1964) is a retired badminton player from Indonesia who specialized in mixed doubles. After his retirement he became a badminton trainer at PB Djarum in Kudus. As of 29 December 2007, he is a coach in the men's doubles category for the Indonesian badminton association (PBSI). He is currently the Indonesia national team men's doubles assistant coach.
Miranat competed at the 1989 Southeast Asian Games in Kuala Lumpur, won two silver medals in the mixed doubles and team events, also a bronze in the men's doubles. He was part of the Indonesia winning team at the 1989 Sudirman Cup, helping the team defeat South Korea in group 1A, where he played in the mixed doubles with Minarti Timur by beating Park Joo-bong and Chung Myung-hee in straight games.
Miranat won several international titles in the early 1990s with Eliza Nathanael, including the China (1992), Thailand (1992), Hong Kong (1992), and French (1993) Opens. He was a mixed doubles runner-up three consecutive years (1990–1992) at the Indonesia Open. He was also runner-up at the 1993 Hong Kong Open with Risyeu Rosalina. Miranat earned a bronze medal with Nathanael at the 1993 IBF World Championships in Birmingham, England. He was also part of the Indonesian Men's team that earned a bronze medal at the 1990 Asian Games in Beijing, China.
After retiring, he chose to become a badminton coach. Before becoming a male doubles assistant coach at PBSI, he was first trusted to handle the women's doubles sector in the Indonesian national training center at Cipayung. At his coaching hand the formation of the pair Vita Marissa and Liliyana Natsir was initiated, who were able to penetrate the women doubles dominance of China at that time.
As a coach, expressing his normal calm figure, he is usually called "Koh Ar" by his students. He already has numerous achievements as a national coach for PBSI including the gold medal earned by the Indonesian men's badminton team at the 2003 Southeast Asian Games and many individual doubles titles.
|1993||National Indoor Arena, Birmingham, England||Eliza Nathanael|| Jon Holst-Christensen
|1994||Phan Dinh Phung Indoor Stadium,
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
|Rosalina Riseu|| Chen Xingdong
|1993||Indira Gandhi Arena,
New Delhi, India
|Eliza Nathanael|| Peter Axelsson
|15–10, 7–15, 5–15|
|1990||Istora Senayan, Jakarta, Indonesia||Erma Sulistianingsih|
|1991||Istora Senayan, Jakarta, Indonesia||Eliza Nathanael|| Shon Jin-hwan
|5–15, 15–8, 7–15|
|1994||Beijing Gymnasium, Beijing, China||Eliza Nathanael|| Liu Jianjun
|4–15, 15–13, 10–15|
The World Badminton Grand Prix sanctioned by International Badminton Federation (IBF) since 1983.
|1993||Hong Kong Open||Rosalina Riseu|| Rudy Gunawan
|1993||French Open||Eliza Nathanael|| Rudy Gunawan
|1992||Thailand Open||Eliza Nathanael|| Denny Kantono
|15–2, 2–15, 15–1||Winner|
|1992||Hong Kong Open||Eliza Nathanael|| Lee Sang-bok
|1992||China Open||Eliza Nathanael|| Chen Xingdong
|15–8, 9–15, 17–16||Winner|
|1992||Indonesia Open||Eliza Nathanael|| Pär-Gunnar Jönsson
|12–15, 15–11, 9–15||Runner-up|
|1991||Indonesia Open||Eliza Nathanael|| Thomas Lund
|1990||Indonesia Open||Erma Sulistianingsih|| Rudy Gunawan
|5-15, 15–11, 4-15||Runner-up|
|1988||Asian Invitational Championships||Bandar Lampung, Indonesia||Joko Suprianto|| Lee Sang-bok