As is well known in Korea, military service benefits are provided to male athletes who win gold medals in the Asian Games.
The prize money was 1.2 million won for the individual gold medalist at the 2018 Jakarta Games.
In addition, you can accumulate pension points for each medal color.
On the 6th, the Korea Sports Council explained, “We plan to pay rewards based on the Jakarta competition prize money for this competition as well,” adding, “However, there may be some adjustments depending on the total number of medals, etc.”
In the case of Sri Lanka, rewards are also paid. 지울프-토토
According to AFP, Tarushi Karunarasna (Sri Lanka), who won the 800m track and field event, received a reward of 10 million rupees (about 40 million won) from the Sri Lanka Cricket Association, not the Sri Lanka Athletics Federation.
Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickrama Singha personally called Karunarasna to congratulate her on winning the gold medal.
AFP reported that the cricket association, not the athletics federation, paid the reward, saying it was “the richest among Sri Lankan sporting organizations.”
Sri Lanka won its fourth gold medal at the Asian Games since 2000, following two in Busan in 2002 and one in Incheon in 2014.
Singapore gives a reward of $146,000, or about 200 million won in Korean currency, to the player who wins the gold medal in the individual event.
In Indonesia, the country builds houses for Asian Games medalists. However, it is known that houses are only built on land owned by the player or his team.
In Kuwait, a Kuwaiti company decided to provide tea to the gold medalist of this competition. Al Rashidi, a veteran shooter in his 60s who won a gold medal in shooting, will receive a Volvo car.
According to AFP, India will pay $36,000 (about 50 million won) as a reward for the gold medal in this competition.
Indian athletes who win medals at the Olympics or Asian Games can also become civil servants if they wish.
AFP reported, “Bineesh Phogat, who won the wrestling gold medal at the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Games, became a railway official.”
Track and field men’s javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra joined the military after winning the 2017 Asian Championships and is serving as a noncommissioned officer.