• News Report for 2017 ARF Junior Training Camp

  • 2017 ARF Event Workshop in Singapore

  • 2017 ARF Ordinary Congress at Pattaya, Thailand

  • 2017 Asian Rowing Championships in Pattaya, Thailand

  • News Report for 2017 ARF Junior Training Camp

  • 2017 ARF Event Workshop in Singapore

  • 2017 ARF Ordinary Congress at Pattaya, Thailand

  • 2017 Asian Rowing Championships in Pattaya, Thailand

EVENT NEWS
  • In order to promote rowing sport and enhance the professional technique of event organization, ARF hosted an Events Workshop in Singapore on 9th October. For the development of Junior Rowing in Asia, from 27th September to 7th October, 2017 ARF Junior Rowing Training Camp was held in Singapore before the 2017 Asian Rowing Junior Championships and YOG Qualification Regatta. 图片1 Head coach Mr. Axel Mueller giving lecture The 2017 ARF Junior Training Camp was combined with Olympics Solidarity and FISA Youth Training Camp. 5 experienced coaches were invited from FISA to lecture the training camp, Axel Mueller (Head Coach), Sevara Ganiyeva, Kenny Chan, Shahid Nazir and Mehdi Garidi. There were totally 34 participants from 11 NFs financially supported by ARF taking part in the training camp.图片2 Youth athletes participating the training camp 图片3On-water training After first days of intensive rigging sessions, boats were ready for the daily training under the guidance of the FISA Coaches who distributed the athletes in different groups, based on their technical level. The training program included an initial theoretical technique session followed by technical sessions on the water and video analysis. Progressively higher strokes rates and distance pieces were introduced as preparation for the upcoming competition. 图片4 Mr. Axel Mueller coaching the skills on ergometers 图片5 Coaches instructing on the technical skills There was also an OVEP(Olympic Value Education Programme ) Session conducted by the three FISA coaches Sevara Ganyieva, Mehdi Garidi and Kenny Chang, to transmit the Olympic Values to the young athletes as part of the IOC educational program. 图片6 OVEP(Olympic Value Education Programme ) Session 图片7Participants having a great experience in the OVEP Session Few rowers were beginners and most of them already had good experiences and will compete for the following Championships. All the participants enjoyed the training camp with the guide of coaches and made progress in strength, skills and experience about rowing. At the same time, they made new friends, learned sportsmanship and gained fun during OVEP. 图片8 Enjoyable training session 图片9 Athletes enjoying the session   It is believed that juniors are the future for the development of rowing sports and hope ARF training camp will encourage more juniors to participate in rowing and help improve their competitive performance. With the joint effort, this amazing training camp will bring more happiness to junior rowing athletes throughout Asia. Special thanks are given to OC, Singapore Rowing Association for organizing and supporting the training camp with full heart. 图片10 Group photo of all the participants 图片11 Get ready for the On-water training 图片12 Technical training on ergos 图片13On-water training in the course 图片14 Ergo training in the the OVEP Session

  • In order to promote rowing sport and enhance the professional technique of event organization, ARF hosted an Events Workshop in Singapore on 9th October. ARF invited Mr. Matt Draper, member of FISA Events Commission to lecture the workshop. 11 participants from 9 national federations joined in the workshop. 图片1 Mr. Matt Draper lecturing the Events Workshop 图片2 Participants of the Workshop studying in the meeting room In the morning of 9th October, the workshop was held in hotel meeting room from 9:00 to 12:30 for theory part and in the afternoon, all participants went to venue and had a site visit of the coming 2017 Asian Rowing Junior Championships and YOG Qualification Regatta. 图片3 Participants taking site visit in the venue of 2017 Asian Rowing Junior Championships and YOG Qualification Regatta 图片4 Mr. Matt Draper instructing during the site visit Combining theory and practice, participants learned systematic and vivid knowledge of how to prepare and organize a regional, national, continental and even an international rowing regatta.   图片5 Ongoing Workshop 图片6 图片7 Participants of the Workshop 图片8 图片9 Grouping photo

  • On 6th September the 2017 ARF Ordinary Congress was held successfully at Pattaya, Thailand. 5 ARF Executive Committee Members, 8 Chairs of ARF Committees and 38 Delegates from 22 National Federations attended the Congress. Furthermore, FISA Delegates Mr. Mike Tanner and Mr. Patrick Rombaut participated in the Congress as well. 1 ExCo. Members   2 Chairs of Committees   3 Delegates from NFs   4 FISA Delegates Mr. Mike Tanner and Mr. Patrick Rombaut   According to the ARF Statutes, all the items were carried out smoothly by the Congress, in which Delegates from Korea and Indonesia gave their presentation and report on future Asian rowing regattas. At the end of the Congress, Mr. Mike Tanner also delivered the updated information about World Championships Programme, 2020 Olympic Qualification System and Olympic Solidarity on behalf of FISA. 5 KOR Delegate Giving Bid Presentation   6 INA Delegate Reporting on 2018 Asian Games   7 Mr. Mike Tanner Giving Speech on Behalf of FISA  

  • From 4th to 8th September, 2017, the 2018 Asian Rowing Championships was successfully held at Pattaya, Thailand. As 325 athletes and 82 officials from 22 National Federations participated in this year Asian Rowing Championships, the total number of 407 participants is the highest number in Asian rowing history. 微信截图_20170910090206 Beautiful View in the Venue   微信截图_20170910085040 Para-rowing Athletes in 2017 ARC   During the 4-day Championships, athletes from all over Asia competed in 22 events.After the final race, China won 6 gold medals, Iran won 5, Indonesia, Korea and Thailand won 2 respectively, while Hong Kong China, Japan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Vietnam won 1.   微信截图_20170909003410 On-water Training    微信截图_20170910085054 Umpire on Catamaran   With the nice arrangement of the OC, all the participants were invited to experience a most impressive Opening Ceremony before the races starting. On the Opening Ceremony, artists from Thailand gave wonderful performances and the all the attendees were welcomed in a cordial, friendly and warm atmosphere. 微信截图_20170909003854 Amazing Opening Ceremony   微信截图_20170910085724 Cheering Spectators on Grandstand   All the participants enjoyed the beautiful scenery in Pattaya and the considerate services from the OC. It is believed in the future we will definitely see more great rowing regattas held in amazing city of Pattaya, Thailand!     微信截图_20170910085021  Victory Ceremony after Racing  

LATEST EVENT RESULTS

2017 Asian Rowing Championships

Pattaya, Thailand4th-8th, Sept. 2017

1X 2X 4X 2- 2+ 4- 4+ 8+
Men's Event 1Event 2
Women's
Lightweight Men's Event 19
Lightweight Women's Event 18
AS Men's Single
AS Women's Single
TA Mixed Double
LTA Mixed Double
LTA Mixed Coxed

Race 58: Men's 1x

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Kazakhstan

Lane 4Vladislav Y.

06:48.58

South Korea

Lane 5Dongyong K.

06:51.23

Iran

Lane 2Khashayar A.

06:58.12

Race 64: Men's 2x

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South Korea

Lane 3Hwigwan K.,Jongjin K.

06:04.00

Iran

Lane 4Seyed Masoud M.,Bahman N.

06:05.07

Thailand

Lane 6Prem N.,Nuttapong S.

06:05.32

Race 79: Lightweight Men's 4-

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China

Lane 2Qiang W., Mengru H., Linlin W., Mengyin Ch.

06:39.10

Iran

Lane 1Homeira B., Fereshteh R., Shakiba V., Maryam O.

06:53.49

Thailand

Lane 3Thilada P., Krittiya H., Patchareeya J., Areerat U.

07:03.79

Race 78: Lightweight Women's 4x

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Vietnam

Lane 3Thi Hao D., Thanh Huyen, Thi Giang N., Thi Ly H.

06:34.71

China

Lane 2Qinglin Zh., Weixiao Zh., Weimiao Zha., Suzhen X.

06:39.26

Indonesia

Lane 4Wahyuni, Endang Sri H., Chelsea C., Syiva L.

06:40.10
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