Rowing athlete from Kazakhstan, Opachanova Aleksandra, who played in race 31 managed to outperform Indonesia and three other countries with a record time of 8.31.87 minutes at 2000 meters.
However, the athlete from Indonesia, Yuliawati Dewi, in the XVIII Asian Games rowing competition, was only able to rank fourth with a record time of 9.41.15 minutes.
The second rank was taken by the rowing athlete from Iran, Javar Mahsa, with a time of 8.40.63 minutes, while the third rank was won by Hong Kong rower Hung Wing Yan Minne, with a time of 8.49.77 minutes.
The athlete from Pakistan, Rafique Rabia, was dropped in the women`s singles class in the rowing event of the Asian Games until September 1, 2018, and she was only able to occupy the fifth rank with a time of 11.15.15 minutes.
In the women`s double class (W2-R), Kazakhstan rowers Germanovich S and Chepikova Viktoriya were only able to rank second with a time record of 8.39.55 minutes.
The first place in the women`s doubles competition (W2-R) was taken by Myanmar rowing athletes Latt Shwe Zin and Win Nlar, who recorded the best time of 8,33.80 minutes.
Reporting by Yudi Abdullah
Editing by Otniel Tamindael, Suharto