Asian Rowing Championships

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The Asian Rowing Championship is a rowing championship organised by the Asian Rowing Federation for competitors from the Asian countries.

Senior Championships[change | change source]

Edition Year Host Events
1 1985 Hong Kong Sha Tin, Hong Kong 14
2 1987 China Shanghai, China 14
3 1989 India Chandigarh, India 14
4 1991 Japan Tokyo, Japan 14
5 1993 South Korea [[]], South Korea 14
6 1995 China [[]], China 14
7 1997 Chinese Taipei [[]], Chinese Taipei 14
8 1999 Japan Naganuma, Japan 14
9 2001 China Xi'an, China 14
10 2003 China [[]], China 14
11 2005 India Hyderabad, India 14
12 2007 South Korea Chungju, South Korea 14
13 2009 Chinese Taipei Yilan, Chinese Taipei 14
14 2011 South Korea Hwacheon, South Korea 16
15 2013 China Lu'an, China 17
Edition Year Host City Events
16 2015 China Beijing, China 16
17 2016 China Jiashan, China 17
18 2017 Thailand Pattaya, Thailand 19
19 2019 South Korea Chungju, South Korea 17

Para events from 2015.

Junior Championships[change | change source]

Edition Year Host Events
1 1995 China [[]], China 10
2 1996 [[]], [[]] 10
3 1997 Chinese Taipei [[]], Chinese Taipei 10
4 1998 [[]], [[]] 10
5 1999 Japan Naganuma, Japan 10
6 2000 [[]], [[]] 10
7 2001 China [[]], China 10
8 2002 [[]], [[]] 10
9 2003 China [[]], China 10
10 2004 Japan Nagoya, Japan 10
11 2005 South Korea Hwacheon, South Korea 10
12 2006 Singapore Singapore, Singapore 10
13 2007 South Korea Chungju, South Korea 10
14 2008 Hong Kong Sha Tin, Hong Kong 10
15 2009 Chinese Taipei Yilan, Chinese Taipei 10
Edition Year Host City Events
16 2010 China Guangzhou, China 10
17 2011 South Korea Hwacheon, South Korea 10
18 2012 China Nanchang, China 10
19 2013 Uzbekistan Samarkand, Uzbekistan 10
20 2014 Chinese Taipei Yilan, Chinese Taipei 10
21 2015 China Wuhan, China 10
22 2016 Thailand Pattaya, Thailand 10
23 2017 Singapore Singapore, Singapore 10
24 2018 South Korea Chungju, South Korea 10
25 2019 Thailand Pattaya, Thailand 10
26 2020 China Nanchang, China 10

Indoor Championships[change | change source]

from 2004.

Coastal Championships[change | change source]

2017, 2018, 2019, 2020.

Masters Championships[change | change source]

2019, 2020.

Asian Cups[change | change source]

from 2010.

References[change | change source]

Other websites[change | change source]