This Suryopratomo's opinion (that sounds more like a sermon, by the way) in Kompas today is special in two counts. First, it's a headline. Second, it's a logical error.
He argues (or at least strongly implies) that one should not be surprised that Indonesia is lousy in the SEA Games because Indonesia's HDI (Human Development Index) is low compared to the other countries participating in the game.
Ah. If I remember correctly HDI is constructed using 1) GDP per capita, 2) life expectancy rate, and 3) education measure (literacy rate and enrollment rate). I don't recall anything like "the number of gold medals" in the index.