Please refer to the attachment for 2015 Asian Rowing Championships Daily Results starting from September 24th.
Heated competition is conducted for 2015 Asian Rowing Championships at Shunyi Olympic Rowing-Canoeing Park, Beijing, China, starting from September 24th. Shunyi Olympic Rowing-Canoeing Park is designated as the venue for rowing, canoeing and marathon swimming competitions of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, and also rowing events during the Beijing Paralympics. Approximately 400 athletes and officials from 23 National Federations are participating in the competition.The competition will last for 5 days, in which September 24th - 26th for Heats, Repechages and Semi-finals, September 27th - 28th for Finals.
The Asian Para-Rowing Training Camp has been in full swing since July 25th and will be continued to September 21st. Para-Rowing athletes from Afghanistan, Hong Kong, Sri Lanka, Thailand, UAE and China have gathered at FOHO Water Sports Center in Jiashan, Zhejiang Province to get training to improve their performance, and athletes from Korea will also join them in September 10th.In the afternoon of August 23rd, Mr. Wang Shi, President of Asian Rowing Federation, together with Mr. Li Quanhai, President of Chinese Rowing Association, and Mr. Zhang Dan ARF secretary-general arrived at FOHO Water Sports Center. The Group visited the training venue and expressed warm greetings to the coaches and athletes who were participating in the Asian Para-Rowing Training Camp.Besides the pontoon in the training venue, Mr. Wang Shi delivered his warm welcome to the participating teams by a speech, in which he also expressed his encouragement for them. Meanwhile, through the statement of modern Olympic spirit, he also emphasized the universality of Rowing Sport and called for the wide participation in it. In Asian Rowing Federation, there are Six Committees guided by ExCo. Members respectively, and Para Rowing Committee is the one directly monitored by Mr. Wang Shi. In the speech, he also called for more attention to rowing people with disabilities.As promised, Mr. Wang, after being elected as the president of ARF, has dedicated himself to development of Asian Rowing. With his efforts, the Para Rowing Training camp has been held successfully, which lay a solid foundation for para events which are added in 2015 Asian Rowing Championships for the first time in history.
The 21st Asian Rowing Junior Championship was held successfully during July 4th to July 7th on Honglian Lake, Wuhan, China. This year's ARJC has 10 events, 174 athletes and officials from 11 countries and regions participated in this year’s Asian Rowing Junior Championships. On the evening of July 3rd, officials and athletes joined the opening ceremony at E’zhou Hengda Hotel. President Wang Shi appeared on the event and gave a welcome speech to all the participating party and presented a prize of appreciation for the organizing committee. In the morning of July 4th, President Wang Shi and all other four VPs toured the venue and watched the heat race. On the afternoon, the Executive Committee members had the 2015 first ARF ExCom Meeting. The first ARF joint committee meeting was held later on July 6th and 7th. During the first two days of the race, ARF’s partner --- WWF, held an exhibition booth at the race court to promote the idea of water protection and calling for protection of endangered aquatic animals. It was the first WWF’s activities embedded in ARF’s regular event after the signature of MOU earlier this March. The finals for all ten events were conducted on the afternoon of July 6th and 7th. China crew led the medal table with five gold medals among ten events and a silver medal from men’s double scull. Thailand won the first place for women double scull; Uzbekistan crew and Kazakhstan claimed the championships for men’s junior squad and men’s double squall respectively. All teams received fruitful result and precious experience from the races. For detailed result for all events and pictorial information about this championship, please refer to the result page and 2015 ARJC Album
|Men's||Event 7||Event 4||Event 12||Event 2||Event 5||Event 14|
|Women's||Event 6||Event 3||Event 11||Event 1|
|Lightweight Men's||Event 18||Event 9||Event 10|
|Lightweight Women's||Event 17||Event 8||Event 21|
Race 70: Women's 1x 2000mDetail >
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Lane 4DATTU BABAN BHOKANAL
Lane 2HIU FUNG LAW