Rowing

Rowing

Sport Overview

Rowing involves racing on a straight course on the water on a boat propelled by oars. Unlike canoeing, rowers row with their backs facing the direction of movement. Their legs are fixed to the boat, and their seats slide back and forth along rails. Rowers mainly use their legs to propel the boat.


[Schedule]
 Sunday, 22nd May - Thursday, 26th May 2022

[Venue]
 KANSAIMIRAI ROWING CENTER (Biwako Rowing Center) <Otsu City, Shiga>


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Event

(General Category)

GenderEventGradeAge Categories
MenSingle Sculls (1×)
27+, 36+, 43+, 50+, 55+, 60+, 65+, 70+, 75+, 80+, 83+
Double Sculls (2×)
Coxless Pair (2-)
Coxed Four (4+)
Coxless Four (4-)
Quadruple Sculls (4×)
Eight (8+)
WomenSingle Sculls (1×)
27+, 36+, 43+, 50+, 55+, 60+, 65+, 70+, 75+, 80+, 83+
Double Sculls (2×)
Coxless Pair (2-)
Coxed Four (4+)
Coxless Four (4-)
Quadruple Sculls (4×)
Eight (8+)
MixedDouble Sculls (2×)
27+, 36+, 43+, 50+, 55+, 60+, 65+, 70+, 75+, 80+, 83+
Coxed Four (4+)
Quadruple Sculls (4×)
Eight (8+)
(Para Rowing Events)
GenderEventGradeAge Categories
MenSingle Sculls (1×) PR3
27+, 36+, 43+, 50+, 55+, 60+, 65+, 70+, 75+, 80+, 83+
Single Sculls (1×) PR2
Single Sculls (1×) PR1
Double Sculls (2×) PR3
Double Sculls (2×) PR2
WomenSingle Sculls (1×) PR3
27+, 36+, 43+, 50+, 55+, 60+, 65+, 70+, 75+, 80+, 83+
Single Sculls (1×) PR2
Single Sculls (1×) PR1
Double Sculls (2×) PR3
Double Sculls (2×) PR2
MixedCoxed Four (4+) PR3
27+, 36+, 43+, 50+, 55+, 60+, 65+, 70+, 75+, 80+, 83+
Double Sculls (2×) PR3
Double Sculls (2×) PR2
* Team age is determined by the average age of rowers.
* An athlete can compete in a younger age category.
* Category for Para-rowing events
PR3Athletes who have impairments in the arms and legs, but can use the sliding seat using their lower limbs, trunk and upper limbs, or athletes with visual impairments (IBSA standards B1 / B2 / B3).
PR2Athlete who can row using the trunk and upper limbs, but who cannot use the sliding seat using the lower limbs.
PR1Athlete who rows using the upper limbs and the shoulder only,but not the trunk.
* In para rowing events, athletes with different impairments may be mixed, but they must participate in the lighter impairment category. (Example: when a PR3 athlete and PR2 athlete participate in double skull (2x), they must participate in double skull (2x) PR3. Provided, however, that no double skull is allowed with a healthy athlete.)
* There is no category for the coxswain of Para-rowing events in the Coxed Four (4+) PR3.
* Crews in Para Rowing events must be able to recognise the “start call” and the “course”.

Eligibility

Nothing in particular. (In case an athlete rents a “boat from the organiser”, his/her weight, height and shoe size must be entered at the entry time.)

[About eligibility for participation in the category for Para-rowing events.]
 (1) Only persons with physical impairments, including visual impairment can participate and must be certified as persons with disabilities by public institutions in the respective country.
 (2) Applicants for PR1 and PR2 must be classified as eligible by FISA (International Rowing Federation) or NF (National Boat Federation in the respective country).
 (3) For safety reasons, persons with serious visual disabilities cannot participate in the single scull (1x).
* The penalty for false declaration shall be the exclusion from the race.

Age Requirement

Minimum age is 27 (born on or before 31st December 1995)
* Please determine your age as of 31st December 2022.

Sport News

[16th July 2021] Updated “World Anti-Doping Code” and “the rules of the International Masters Games Association” of Sports Information Guide.
[5th July 2021] Updated “5 Venue” and “16 Others” of Sports Information Guide.
[1st March 2021] We have released the Sports Information Guide with new schedule!

Sports Information Guide

Schedule

Sport Discipline May 2022 Venues
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29
Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
Rowing                        
KANSAIMIRAI ROWING CENTER (Biwako Rowing Center)

※The above schedule was created based on the information that is current as of 1st March, 2021. It is subject to change due to various circumstances in the future.

Venue

KANSAIMIRAI ROWING CENTER (Biwako Rowing Center)

Location 6-1 Tamanoura, Otsu City, Shiga
Games Accreditation Sports Check-in
Access ・20 minutes by Walking From Ishiyama Sta.
・10 minutes by car from Meishin Expressway “Seta-Higashi” Interchange
・10 minutes by car from Meishin Expressway “Seta-Nishi” Interchange
Official Homepage http://www.bsn.or.jp/boat/

Sport Check-in

[Date and Time]
 Sunday, 22nd May - Thursday, 26th May 2022, 6:00 - 16:00

[Venue]
 KANSAIMIRAI ROWING CENTER (Biwako Rowing Center) Shinhama Yard (south side)
 (6-1 Tamanoura, Otsu City, Shiga 520-2142)

[Remarks]
 About the allocation of 'boats rented by the organiser'
 On the day of the race, those who wish to rent go to the reception area at the designated time and announce their name in order to be assigned with a boat with a number.
 Information on the weather, race schedules, and frequently asked questions will be provided at the competition venue.

Nearest Village

Masters Village Shiga (Hamaotsu A-qus)

Location 2-1 Hamacho, Otsu City, Shiga
Access ・From Biwako Hamaotsu Station, please proceed toward Biwako Hotel through Hamaotsu Sky Cross (pedestrian deck) . Hamaotsu A-qusis situated next to Biwako Hotel.
・From JR Otsu Station, Please go straight along Chuo-Odori and Biwako hotel will be located 5 traffic lights away from then. Hamaotsu A-quswill be located to the west.
Official Homepage http://www.duokobe.com/

Sports Equipment Rental

・Persons who wish to rent boats must apply from the application site below.
・If a boat is rented, the oars will be rented free of charge.

Sports Equipment Boat
Rental Fee 10,000 yen per seat (tax included), no payment for Cox
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