India Rowing Team Medallists and Chief Coach Ismail Baig were in Delhi today at PM's Residence for a Meeting over Breakfast with Prime Minister Narendra Modi & Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal.

India's Golden Sculler Bajrang Lal Takhar

15th Asian Rowing Championships-Luan-China-2013-Gold to Sawaran Singh

32nd SN-Ezhimala-Payyanur-Kerala-2013- Indian Naval Academy-Payyanur-A Dream Rowing Course

32nd SN-Ezhimala-Payyanur-Kerala-2013- Indian Naval Academy-Payyanur-A Dream Rowing Course

2013 World Rowing Championships-Chungju-Korea- Sawaran Singh Wirk after completing his race in style

Dattu Bhonkanal-Olympic Qualifier in Men's Single Sculls (M1x) Rio-2016

2018 Asian Games-Palembang-Light Weight Mens Sculls-LM1X-Dushyant-Bronze

2018 Asian Games-Palembang-Light Weight Mens Double Sculls-LM2X-Rohit Kumar and Bhagwan Singh-Bronze

2018 Asian Games-Palembang-Sukhmeet Singh, Om Prakash, Dattu Bhokanal, Sawarn Singh-M4X-Gold

2018 Asian Games-Palembang-M4X-Gold

The rowing contingent has done well in the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta. Congratulated them for bringing home three medals including the Gold. #AsianGames2018. Narendra Modi-Prime Minister of India

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  Achievements of India Rowing Team in Olympic Games
  Year Events Olympiad host Name of Participants Medal
  2008 Men's Lt Wt Double Sculls [LM2x]-
Placed 18th in the Games

BeijingChina
Manjeet Singh, Devender Singh Khandwal Men's Lt Wt Double Sculls [LM2x]-
Placed 18th in the Games

 Achievements of India Rowing Team in Asian Games
  Year Events Championship Name Name of Participants Medal
  2018 Light Weight Mens Double Sculls [LM2X] 18th Asian Games, Palembang, Indonesia --
Bronze

 Achievements of India Rowing Team in Asian Rowing Championship
  Year Events Championship Name Name of Participants Medal
  2018 Junior Mens Coxless Pairs [JM2-] 22nd Asian Junior Rowing Championships, Chungju, Korea --
Bronze

 Achievements of India Rowing Team in International Rowing Championship
  Year Events Championship Name Name of Participants Medal
  2014 Womens Quadruple Sculls [W4X] Paolo D’Aloja Memorial Regatta at Piediluco, Italy --

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  • Senior National
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  • Arjuna
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 Arjuna  Awards
  Year Name Athelete Info
  2014 Saji Thomas

  Dronacharya  Awards
  Year Name Athelete Info
  2014 Jose Jacob

 Dhyan Chand  Awards
  Year Name Athelete Info
  2002-03 Ms. Smita Yadav

 Other State  Awards
  Year Name Award/State Athelete Info
  2007 Ekalabya Award - Orissa Mamata Jena. --

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Welcome to official india rowing site of rowing federation india
Rowing, in its present form was brought to the Sub-Continent by the early British settlers. Rowing clubs sprung up in the main trading posts, wherever suitable stretches of water were found near their settlements. The first such club, The Calcutta Rowing Club, Calcutta was founded in 1858 followed by the Madras Boat Club, Madras in 1867, the Royal Connaught Boat Club, Pune in 1868, Karachi Boat Club, Karachi in 1923 and the Rangoon University Boat Club in 1923. Rowing remained an exclusive sport amongst a close-knit, elitist member circle among the British. Regular races were held round the year between local clubs with keen competition amongst its members. The standard of racing was quite high and travelers from England brought the latest trends and innovations in the sport to India. In 1933, the Amateur Rowing Association of the East (ARAE) was formed amongst clubs from the East and an annual regatta was organized in December every year. This event continues even today with a good racing and organizational standard amongst rowing clubs.
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