Bali’s Ni Nengah Widiasih wins bronze at the IPC Powerlifting World Championship in Dubai on April 5.
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Since March 2013,Stiff Chilli hosted the meetings for the organization of the 1st Bali ParaGames.Hosting representatives of the games organizer Bali Sports Foundation together with representatives of NPC and other NGO's such as Yakkum.
After a 3 year hiatus,Stiff Chilli reopens in Singapore
Comic drawing school with Johnny,one Singapore’s most published comics artists and Toni ,one of Indonesia’s most respected comics artists
Rugby Union World Cup on TV
Kicking off on Friday September 9th,Stiff Chilli will show all the games of the 2011 Rugby Union World Cup
Bali’s 24 year old Ni Nengah Widiash ,won the bronze medal at the IPC World Powerlifting Championships 41 kg class in Dubai on Saturday 5 April.
The results of the Final Standings for the Finals setup hinged on the result of the very last match of the Regular Season.In the first match of the day, the winner of the Denpasar CC vs Canggu CC had to win to cement a place in the Final Four.The loser, had to rely on the Bali United CC (favourites to win) to beat BSF Cricket Academy, to make the finals.
Bali’s own Tami Grende won the women's singles at the Sarawak Chief Minister's Cup Grade 1 on March 16, 2014. In the final Tami celebrated her greatest achievement beating top seed Xu Shilin of China 7-5, 6-3 who is rated 8 ITF world .During the tournament Tami did not drop a set to her opponents.Tami said that her next target is to play a Junior Grand Slam, ie at Roland Garros (France) and Wimbledon (England).