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Indonesia at the
1956 Summer Olympics
Flag of Indonesia.svg
IOC codeINA
NOCIndonesian Olympic Committee
Websitewww.nocindonesia.or.id (in Indonesian)
in Melbourne/Stockholm
Competitors30 in 6 sports
Medals
Gold
0
Silver
0
Bronze
0
Total
0
Summer Olympics appearances (overview)

Indonesia competed at the 1956 Summer Olympics in Melbourne, Australia. 30 competitors, 28 men and 2 women, took part in 11 events in 6 sports.[1]

Competitors

The following is the list of number of competitors participating in the Games:

Sport Men Women Total
Athletics 3 0 3
Fencing 1 0 1
Football 21 0 21
Shooting 1 0 1
Swimming 1 2 3
Weightlifting 1 0 1
Total 28 2 30

Athletics

Main article: Athletics at the 1956 Summer Olympics

Indonesian Olympic hopefuls in July 1956
Indonesian Olympic hopefuls in July 1956
Key
Men's Track
Athlete Event Heat Quarterfinal Semifinal Final
Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank
Jalal Gozal Men's 100m 11.45 5 Did not advance
Men's High Jump
Athlete Event Qualification Final
Distance Rank Distance Rank
I Gusti Putu Okamona Men's High Jump 1.82m
Maridjo Wirjodemedjo 1.82m

Fencing

Main article: Fencing at the 1956 Summer Olympics

One fencer represented Indonesia in 1956.

Men's épée
Men's sabre

Football

Main article: Association football at the 1956 Summer Olympics

Head coach: Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Antun Pogačnik

No. Pos. Player DoB Age Caps Club Tournament
games
Tournament
goals
Minutes
played
Sub off Sub on Cards
yellow/red
18 FW Achad Arifin ? Indonesia PSP Padang 1 90
3 DF Chairuddin Siregar ? Indonesia Persija Jakarta 2 180
15 FW Ashari Danoe 1932 24 ? Indonesia PSIS Semarang 1 90
20 FW Jasrin Jusron ? Indonesia PSIS Semarang 1 90
7 DF Kwee Kiat Sek 11 January 1934 22 ? Indonesia Persib Bandung 2 180
1 GK Maulwi Saelan 8 August 1928 28 ? Indonesia PSM Makassar 2 180
5 DF Mohamed Rashjid ? Indonesia PSMS Medan 2 180
19 FW Phwa Sian Liong 3 January 1922 34 ? Indonesia Persebaya Surabaya 1 180
12 FW Ramang 24 April 1928 28 ? Indonesia PSM Makassar 2 180
9 MF Tan Ling Houw 26 July 1930 26 ? Indonesia Persija Jakarta 2 180
4 DF Thio Him Tjiang 28 August 1929 27 ? Indonesia Persija Jakarta 2 180
17 FW Aang Witarsa 3 December 1930 26 ? Indonesia Persib Bandung 2 180
8 MF Ramlan Yatim 10 September 1922 34 ? Indonesia PSMS Medan 2 180
2 GK Paidjo ? Indonesia Persema Malang 0 0
6 DF M. Sidhi ? Indonesia Persebaya Surabaya 0 0
10 MF Rukma Sudjana ? Indonesia Persib Bandung 0 0
11 MF Kasmoeri ? Indonesia Persip Pekalongan 0 0
13 FW Ramli Yatim ? Indonesia PSMS Medan 0 0
14 FW Djamiat Dalhar ? Indonesia Persija Jakarta 0 0
16 FW Ade Dana ? Indonesia Persib Bandung 0 0
Oros Witarsa 16 October 1916 ?
First round
Indonesia w/o 1 South Vietnam

1 Egypt, South Vietnam, and Hungary withdrew.

Quarterfinals
Soviet Union 0–0 (a.e.t.) Indonesia
Report
Soviet Union 4–0 Indonesia
Salnikov 17' 59'
Ivanov 19'
Netto 43'
Report
Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne
Attendance: 6,735
Referee: Reginald Lund (New Zealand)

Shooting

Main article: Shooting at the 1956 Summer Olympics

One shooter represented Indonesia in 1956.

25 m pistol

Swimming

Main article: Swimming at the 1956 Summer Olympics

Athlete Event Heat
Time Rank Note
Habib Nasution Men's 100 metre freestyle 1:00.01 5 (Heat 4) Did not advance
Men's 400 metre freestyle 4:44.00 5 (Heat 2) Did not advance
Martha Gultom Women's 100 metres backstroke 1:21.7 8 (Heat 3) Did not advance
Ria Tobing Women's 200 metres breaststroke 3:14.2 8 (Heat 2) Did not advance

Weightlifting

Main article: Weightlifting at the 1956 Summer Olympics

Athlete Event Military press Snatch Clean & Jerk Total Rank
Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank
Liem Kim Leng Men's Featherweight 87.5 =18 92.5 =11 112.5 =15 292.5 15

See also

References

  1. ^ "Indonesia at the 1956 Melbourne Summer Games". sports-reference.com. Archived from the original on 3 November 2012. Retrieved 17 October 2010.