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THE CONCERN OF KONI TOWARDS MEDAL-WINNING ATHLETES AT ACEH PROVINCE
Amiruddin Amiruddin, T M Jamil, Abdurrahman Abdurrahman, Fitri Ramayana Siregar

Last modified: 2019-03-13

Abstract


The role of KONI as a responsible organization towards medal-winning
athletes that still had a lot of propositions. The common proposition that arise
nowadays is the lack of the role of KONI as a responsible organization towards medal-winning
athletes, as seen from the facts that occurred in Aceh Province there are still
many athletes who are forced to live their lives with difficulties, so that they
must leave the world of sports immediately. This research attempted to reveal
the concern of KONI towards Aceh’s medal-winning athletes. The aim of this
research is also to describe the concern of KONI towards Aceh’s medal-winning
athletes particularly. The approach that used in this research is descriptive
research. The data sources of this research sourced from the members of KONI
Aceh and medal-winning athletes with the context of the concern of KONI towards
Aceh’s medal-winning athletes. The data collection used by using observation
technique, interview and questionnaire. In doing this research, the writer as
an observer did not involve in the research at all in order to make the results
trusted. The writer also used a camera as a needed tool, interviewed sheet and
questionnaire. Based on the results of this research, it can be explained that
KONI Aceh had a high sense of concern towards medal-winning athletes. It showed
on the giving of extra bonus to the medal-winning athletes and also coaching
money to a record breaker athletes. The results of this research is in line
with the results that the writer did to PON athletes, KONI claimed that PON
athletes given bonus as well and also an occupation to guarantee their lives in
the future. It can be said that KONI Aceh had high attention and concern
towards medal-winning athletes

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