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Dragon Boat 200M Senior/Master Fastest Times: Continental Championships[info 1][edit]

Continental Championships - Asia[info 2][edit]

Continent of Asia

The Asian continent is the place of origin for the sport of Dragon Boat and currently has the largest community of Dragon Boat racers in the world today.[1] The earliest roots of the sport appear in China where organized competitions date back to the 3rd Century BCE, yet there is evidence of racing long boats among early fishing communities going back as far as 5-7000 years[2]. Today the sport is recognized as one of China's six national holidays[3], as well as a very popular event within several nations of the East and South East Asian region. Presently the estimated population of Dragon Boat athletes in the Asian community numbers at approximately 50 million.[4]

This article details the fastest Dragon Boat 200 Meter Senior/Master times within the Asian continental region, and includes all major competitions in which a legitimate world record time may be produced.

ADBF Asian Dragon Boat Championships[event ref 1] (1994-Present)[edit]

Year Top Time Team Date Division Race Location
2020 XX.XXX[5] Un-decided <<Event not yet taken place>> Hong Kong HK
2018 XX.XXX[6] November 13-19 <<Premier only in this race>> Foshan CN
2016 XX.XXX[7] March 26-31 <<Premier only in this race>> S. Australia AU
2014 โ€ก44.667[8][9][10] Team Thailand 2014-05-30 Premier Open Heat-02 Macau MO
2012 XX.XXX[11][12] September 07-09 <<Premier only in this race>> Busan KO
2010 XX.XXX[13] Apr 30-May 02 <<Premier only in this race>> Wujin CN
2008 XX.XXX[14][15]* Jul 31-Aug 03 <<Premier only in this race>> Penang MY
2006 XX.XXX[16][17] September 20-25 <<Premier only in this race>> Macau MO
2004 XX.XXX[18][19] October 27-28 <<250M races only, not 200M in this event>> Mianyang CN
2002 XX.XXX[20] July ??-?? <<200M not formalized for competition until 2005>> Osaka JP
2000 XX.XXX[21] Unrecorded <<200M not formalized for competition until 2005>> Unrecorded
1998 XX.XXX[22] Unrecorded <<200M not formalized for competition until 2005>> Unrecorded
1996 XX.XXX[23] Unrecorded <<200M not formalized for competition until 2005>> Unrecorded
1994 XX.XXX[24] Unrecorded <<200M not formalized for competition until 2005>> Unrecorded

ADBF Asian Club Crew Championships[event ref 2] (2013 only)[edit]

Year Top Time Team Date Division Race Location
2013 XX.XXX[25] May 15-17 <<Premier only in this race>> MacRitchie Res SG

ICF/ACC Asian Dragon Boat Championships[event ref 3] (2004-Present)[edit]

Year Top Time Team Date Division Race Location
2020 XX.XXX[26] Un-Decided <<Event not yet taken place>> Un-Decided
2019 XX.XXX[27] Un-Recorded <<Premier only in this race>> Un-Recorded
2018* โ€ก46.591[28][29] Team Thailand May 07-08 Premier Open Grand Final Taiwan TW
2017 XX.XXX[30][31] May 25-31 <<Premier only in this race>> Guizhou CN
2016 โ€ก44.655[32] Team Philippines November 11-12 Premier Open Heat 01 Palawan PH
2015 XX.XXX[27] Un-Recorded <<Premier only in this race>> Un-Recorded
2014 XX.XXX[33] Un-Recorded <<Premier only in this race>> Un-Recorded
2013 XX.XXX[34][35] February 22-24 <<Ocean venue, not flat-water>> Mumbai IN
2012 XX.XXX[36][37] February 07-08 <<Ocean venue, not flat-water>> Pattaya TH
2011 XX.XXX[27] Un-Recorded <<Premier only in this race>> Un-Recorded
2010 XX.XXX[38] April 01-05 <<250M Races only in this event>> Taipei TW
2009 XX.XXX[27] Un-Recorded <<Premier only in this race>> Un-Recorded
2008 XX.XXX[39] Un-Recorded <<Premier only in this race>> Un-Recorded
2007 XX.XXX[40] Un-Recorded <<Premier only in this race>> Un-Recorded
2006 XX.XXX[41] Un-Recorded <<Premier only in this race>> Un-Recorded
2005 XX.XXX[42] Un-Recorded <<Premier only in this race>> Un-Recorded
2004 XX.XXX[43] Un-Recorded <<Premier only in this race>> Kaohsiung TW

Asian/Far Eastern Games[event ref 4] (1913-Present)[edit]

Year Top Time Team Date Division Race Location
2022 XX.XXX[44][45] September 10-25 <<Event not yet taken place>> Hangzhou CN
2018 โ€ก50.664[46]* Chinese Taipei TW 2018-08-25 Mens Race Semi Final Jakarta ID
2014 XX.XXX[47] Sep 19-Oct 04 <<Dragon Boat dropped from agenda>> Incheon KO
2010 XX.XXX[48] November 18-20 <<250M Races only in this event>> Guangzhou CN
2006 XX.XXX[49] December 06-20 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Doha QA
2002 XX.XXX[50] Sep 2-Oct14 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Busan KO
1998 XX.XXX[51] December 06-20 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Bangkok TH
1994 XX.XXX[52] October 02-16 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Hiroshima JP
1990 XX.XXX[53] Sep 22-Oct 07 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Beijing CN
1986 XX.XXX[54] Sep 20-Oct 05 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Seoul KO
1982 XX.XXX[55] Nov 19-Dec 04 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> New Delhi IN
1978 XX.XXX[56] December 09-20 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Bangkok TH
1974 XX.XXX[57] September 01-16 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Tehran IR
1970 XX.XXX[58] December 09-20 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Bangkok TH
1966 XX.XXX[59] December 09-20 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Bangkok TH
1962 XX.XXX[60] Aug 24-Sep 04 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Jakarta ID
1958 XX.XXX[61] May 24-Jun 01 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Tokyo JP
1954 XX.XXX[62] May 01-09 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Manila PH
1951 XX.XXX[63] March 04-11 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> New Delhi IN
1946 XX.XXX[64] <<Event cancelled due to World War II>>
1942 XX.XXX[65] <<Event cancelled due to World War II>>
1938 XX.XXX[66] <<Event cancelled due to World War II>>
1934 XX.XXX[67] May 16-20 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Manila PH
1930 XX.XXX[68] May 24-27 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Tokyo JP
1927 XX.XXX[69] August 28-31 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Shanghai CN
1925 XX.XXX[70] May 17-22 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Manila PH
1923 XX.XXX[71] May 21-25 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Osaka JP
1921 XX.XXX[72] May 30-Jun 03 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Shanghai CN
1919 XX.XXX[73] May 12-16 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Manila PH
1917 XX.XXX[74] May 18-12 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Tokyo JP
1915 XX.XXX[75] May 15-21 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Shanghai CN
1913 XX.XXX[76] February 03-07 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Manila PH

East Asian Games*[event ref 5] (1993-2013) *Limited to East Asian Region[edit]

Year Top Time Team Date Division Race Location
2017 XX.XXX[77] <<East Asian Games no longer organized competition>>
2013 XX.XXX[78][79] October 07-10 <<Premier only in this event>> Tianjin CN
2009 XX.XXX[80][81] December 05-13 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Hong Kong HK
2005 XX.XXX[82] Oct 29-Nov 06 <<250M Races only in this event>> Macau MO
2001 XX.XXX[83] May 19-27 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Osaka JP
1997 XX.XXX[84] May 10-19 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Busan KO
1993 XX.XXX[85] May 09-18 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Shanghai CN

South-East Asian Games (SEA Games)*[event ref 6] (1959-Present) *SE Asian Region[edit]

Year Top Time Team Date Division Race Location
2021 XX.XXX[86] Nov 21-Dec 02 <<Event not yet taken place>> Hanoi VN
2019 XX.XXX[87] Nov 30-Dec 11 <<Event not yet taken place>> New Clark City PH
2017 XX.XXX[88] August 19-30 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Kuala Lumpur MY
2015 XX.XXX[89] June 06-17 <<Only 6 or 12 person crews this event>> Singapore SG
2013 XX.XXX[90] December 18-21 <<Only 500M, 1000M, & 2000M races in this event>> Naypyidaw MM
2011 XX.XXX[91] November 11-22 <<Only 500M, 1000M, & 2000M races in this event>> Palambang ID
2009 XX.XXX[92] December 09-18 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Ventiane LA
2007 XX.XXX[93] December 06-15 <<Only 500M, 1000M, & 2000M races in this event>> Nakhon Ratchasima TH
2005 XX.XXX[94] Nov 27-Dec 05 <<Only 500M, 1000M, & 2000M races in this event>> Manila PH
2003 XX.XXX[95] December 03-15 <<Only 500M, 1000M, & 2000M races in this event>> Ho Chi Minh City VN
2001 XX.XXX[96] September 08-17 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Kuala Lumpur MY
1999 XX.XXX[97] August 07-15 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Bandar Seri Begawan BN
1997 XX.XXX[98] October 11-19 <<200M Race not yet formalized for competition>> Jakarta ID
1995 XX.XXX[99] December 09-17 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Chiang Mai TH
1993 XX.XXX[100] June 12-20 <<200M Race not yet formalized for competition>> Singapore SG
1959-1991 XX.XXX[101] <<Dragon Boat not yet part of SEA Games from 1959-1991>>

South Asian Games (SAG Games)*[event ref 7] (1984-Present) *South Asian Region[edit]

Year Top Time Team Date Division Race Location
2020 XX.XXX[102] Un-Decided <<Event not yet taken place>> Islamabad PK
2019 XX.XXX[103] December 01-10 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Kathmandu NP
2016 XX.XXX[104] February 05-16 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Guwahati IN
2010 XX.XXX[105] Jan 29-Feb 08 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Dhaka BD
2006 XX.XXX[106] August 18-28 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Colombo LK
2004 XX.XXX[107] Mar 20-Apr 07 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Islamabad PK
2001 XX.XXX[108] <<Games postponed after 9/11 attack in USA>> Islamabad PK
1999 XX.XXX[109] Sep 25-Oct 04 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Kathmandu NP
1995 XX.XXX[110] December 18-27 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Madras IN
1993 XX.XXX[111] December 20-27 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Dhaka BD
1991 XX.XXX[112] December 22-31 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Colombo LK
1989 XX.XXX[113] October 20-27 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Islamabad PK
1987 XX.XXX[114] November 20-27 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Calcutta IN
1985 XX.XXX[115] December 20-26 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Dhaka BD
1984 XX.XXX[116] September 17-23 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Kathmandu NP

Central Asian Games*[event ref 8] (1995-2005) *Limited to Central Asian Region[edit]

Year Top Time Team Date Division Race Location
2007 XX.XXX[117] <<Central Asian Games discontinued after 2005>>
2005 XX.XXX[118] Un-Recorded <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Tashkent UZ
2003 XX.XXX[119] Un-Recorded <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Dushanbe TK
2001 XX.XXX[120] <<Event cancelled - Reason unrecorded>> Ashgabat TM
1999 XX.XXX[121] Un-Recorded <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Bishkek KG
1997 XX.XXX[122] Un-Recorded <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Alma Ata KZ
1995 XX.XXX[123][124] Un-Recorded <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Tashkent UZ

West Asian Games* (WAG Games)[event ref 9] (1997-2005) *Limited to W. Asian Region[edit]

Year Top Time Team Date Division Race Location
2009 XX.XXX[125] <<WAG Games discontinued after 2005>>
2005 XX.XXX[126] December 01-10 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Doha QA
2002 XX.XXX[127] April 03-12 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Kuwait City KW
2001 XX.XXX[128] October 20-30 <<Games postponed to 2002>> Beirut LB
1999 XX.XXX[129] Un-Recorded <<Games postponed: reasons unrecorded>> Doha QA
1997 XX.XXX[130] November 19-28 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Tehran IR

West Asian Dragon Boat Club Crew Championships[event ref 10] (2015-Unknown)[edit]

Year Top Time Team Date Division Race Location
2015 XX.XXX[131][132] May 22-24 <<Premier only in this event>> Tehran IR

Asian Beach Games*[event ref 11] (2007-Present) *Limited to Beach-Sports (Land/Water)[edit]

Year Top Time Team Date Division Race Location
2020 XX.XXX[133] Nov 28-Dec 05 <<Event not yet taken place>> Sanya CN
2018 XX.XXX[134] <<Made into 4-year event after 2016: next event in 2020>>
2016 XX.XXX[135] Sep 24-Oct 03 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Da Nang VN
2014 XX.XXX[136] November 14-23 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Phuket TH
2012 โ€ก43.183[137]* Philippines June 16-22 Mens Div Heat-01 Haiyang CN
2010 XX.XXX[138] December 08-16 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Muscat OM
2008 XX.XXX[139] October 18-26 <<Ocean venue, not flat-water>> Bali ID
2007 XX.XXX[140][141] October 18-26 <<Planned in 2007, held in 2008>> Bali ID

Asia Pacific Masters Games*[event ref 12] (2018-Present) *Asian/Pacific Athletes Age 35+[edit]

Year Top Time Team Date Division Race Location
2022 XX.XXX[142] Un-Decided <<Event not yet taken place>> Un-Decided
2018 XX.XXX[143] September 07-15 <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Penang MY

Eurasia Corporate Games*[event ref 13] (2007-Present) *Corp/Company/University Teams[edit]

Year Top Time Team Date Division Race Location
ALL XX.XXX[144] <<Dragon Boat races for placement/points only>> Various Global

Indian Ocean Island Games*[event ref 14] (1979-Present) *Indian Ocean Island Nations[edit]

Year Top Time Team Date Division Race Location
ALL XX.XXX[145] <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> File:Flag of the Indian Ocean (Proposal).png Indian Ocean Locs

Islamic Solidarity Games*[event ref 15] (2005-Present) *Nations in Org. Islamic Coop[edit]

Year Top Time Team Date Division Race Location
ALL XX.XXX[146] <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Various Global

Women's Islamic Games*[event ref 16] (1993-Present) *females in Org. of Islamic Coop.[edit]

Year Top Time Team Date Division Race Location
ALL XX.XXX[147] <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Various Global

Baltic Sea Games*[event ref 17] (1993-1997) *Limited to Nations Bordering Baltic Sea[edit]

Year Top Time Team Date Division Race Location
ALL XX.XXX[148] <<Dragon Boat not on sport agenda>> Baltic Locs

Emerging Forces Games*[event ref 18] (1962-1967) *Limited Emerging Socialist States[edit]

Year Top Time Team Date Division Race Location
ALL XX.XXX[149] <<Dragon Boat not international until 1976>> Various Global

Marker Symbols Explanations[edit]

Marker Symbols Explanation Table
no marker Data conclusive (examined every individual heat for full event).

If no Sr/Ma div known, may list fastest time in any category.

โ€  Data found from grand final (other heats not found or data not available)
โ€ก Data may not be available in Senior/Master: fastest Premier/Senior times may be given
# Found fastest time in Senior/Master division but other data not found or not available
* Relevant further information
'ALL' Findings relevant for all years competition for described event
'XX.XXX' Event not eligible for inclusion as record setting: see <<explanation>>

Events References[edit]

  1. โ†‘ ADBF Asian Dragon Boat Championships References: Asian Dragon Boat Federation: https://uia.org/s/or/en/1100025700 | Dragon Boat International: http://prev.edbf.org/documents/dbi/DBI-28-December_2012.pdf (Page 26)
  2. โ†‘ Asian Club Crew Championships References: Asian Dragon Boat Federation: https://uia.org/s/or/en/1100025700 | 1st Asian Club Crew Championships: https://www.jdba-dragonboat.com/media/1/20130118-1st_asia_club_crew_dragon_boa.pdf
  3. โ†‘ ACC Asian Dragon Boat Championships References: Asian Canoe Confederation: https://www.asia-canoe.com/dragon-boat | Dragon Sport News: https://dragonboatnet.com/wp-content/uploads/PDF/DSN%20Jun17%20.pdf (Page #019)
  4. โ†‘ Asian Games References: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dragon_boat_at_the_2018_Asian_Games
  5. โ†‘ East Asian Games References: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/East_Asian_Games
  6. โ†‘ SEA Games References: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southeast_Asian_Games
  7. โ†‘ SAG Games References: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_Asian_Games
  8. โ†‘ Central Asian Games References: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Central_Asian_Games
  9. โ†‘ WAG Games References: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/West_Asian_Games
  10. โ†‘ West Asian Dragon Boat Club Crew Championships References: http://dragonboathk.com/en/news-men/item/593-1st-wadbf-club-crew-dragon-boat-championships-2015
  11. โ†‘ Asian Beach Games References: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asian_Beach_Games
  12. โ†‘ Asia Pacific Masters Games References: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asia_Pacific_Masters_Games
  13. โ†‘ Eurasia Corporate Games References: https://www.corporate-games.com/index.php/feature/gamehistory (Paragraph 06)
  14. โ†‘ Indian Ocean Island Games References: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_Ocean_Island_Games
  15. โ†‘ Islamic Solidarity Games References: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islamic_Solidarity_Games
  16. โ†‘ Womens Islamic Games References: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Women%27s_Islamic_Games
  17. โ†‘ Baltic Sea Games References: http://www.gbrathletics.com/ic/bsg.htm
  18. โ†‘ Emerging Forces Games References: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GANEFO

Information Notes[edit]

  1. โ†‘ Continental Championships references competitions overseen by a major global sport governing body and involving at least two separate nations or territories. In general these events involve multiple nations and can involve multiple continents (as evidenced in Pan American events which encompass North, Central, and South America).
  2. โ†‘ Asian Continental Championships refers to events within the full continent of Asia or within various subsets of the Asian continent (West, Central, South East, etc.). Eligibility as a fastest time producing event includes only competitions involving at least two or more independent nations or territories and overseen by a major international sport governing body.

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