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NameSinatrio Raharjo
ContingentTeam Alberta
HometownCalgary, Alberta



Foil Male
Final position: Silver
Quarter final 4Thursday, March 08, 200714:45Vanier Catholic School
Semi final 2Thursday, March 08, 200715:45Vanier Catholic School
FinalThursday, March 08, 200716:50Vanier Catholic School
Team Foil Male
Team: Alberta
Final position: Gold
Match 01Monday, March 05, 200709:30Vanier Catholic School
Match 06Monday, March 05, 200710:40Vanier Catholic School
Match 11Monday, March 05, 200711:50Vanier Catholic School
Match 16Tuesday, March 06, 200709:00Vanier Catholic School
Match 21Tuesday, March 06, 200710:10Vanier Catholic School
Match 26Tuesday, March 06, 200711:20Vanier Catholic School
Match 31Tuesday, March 06, 200712:30Vanier Catholic School
Match 36Wednesday, March 07, 200712:30Vanier Catholic School
Match 41Wednesday, March 07, 200713:40Vanier Catholic School



Height (ft, inches)5'9"
Weight (lb)142
Language(s) spokenEnglish, French, Indonesian
Years I have participated in my sport
Club or School TeamEpic Fencing Club
CoachLeslie Palmai
Position/Event/SportMen's Foil
Other recent athletic or artistic accomplishments
Qualified for Canadian National Team for Cadet
In the 2007 Canadian Senior High Performance Program for fencing
Games or championships that I have participated in
Year Full name of competition/sport/event Placing
2006 North American Cup A Cadet, Memphis,TN 8
2006 Canadian Selection Circuit #2 Cadet, Vancouver, BC 3
2005 Nationals U15, Edmonton, AB 2
My goals for the 2007 Canada Winter Games
Win gold in individual and team
My personal role model
My Father
Other information that could be of interest to the media
Before competing in Fencing, I was competing in Artistic Gymnastics for about 3 years under Tony Smith’s coaching. My highest achievement was that I won 2 gold medals in U-13 national level tournaments in 2001 and was selected to join a national training camp for the high performance program. I also received the Crash and Burn Award, which pretty much speaks for itself, for being the toughest gymnast in the University of Calgary Gymnastics Club.

I started fencing in 2002 by joining Gladiators Summer Camp in Dalhousie Community Centre. Soon, I moved to the competitive program coached by Elya Perritt. My fast progress was attributed to my hard work, dedicated coaches and the full support from my parents. In 2005, I was ranked 1st in U-15 MF by Alberta Fencing Association (AFA). In the same year, I won 2nd and 3rd place in the National Championship for U-15 MF and U-17 MF. Currently (November 2006), I am ranked 1st in U-17 by AFA and qualified for representing Alberta in Canada Winter Games. I am also qualified by the Canadian Fencing Federation (CFF) for the 2006/2007 Cadet National Team and also in the Candian Senior High Performance Program for 2007. Another aspect of competitive fencing that I don’t overlook is the fun of traveling and making friends with other fencers, teammates and foe alike. Since January 2007, I am a member of Epic Fencing Club under the coaching of Leslie Palmai.

In summer, between fencing camps, I enjoy volunteering in the Worm Lab at the University of Calgary where my parents work as Research Associates. Some of my works in DNA Cloning were acknowledged in the recent Developmental Biology Journal. In my spare time, if in the mood, I like to play pieces from Mozart, Scott Joplin or some crazy video game music on the piano. I am currently in grade 11 attending Western Canada High School in the French IB program.