Tokyo Tech News
Tokyo Tech's Rowing Club placed third in the men's quad scull (4x) category at the 66th East Japan Tournament, held on June 25 and 26 and sponsored by the Tokyo Amateur Rowing Association.
In the men's quad scull category, four rowers propel the boat without a cox. Each rower has two oars, one in each hand. The Tokyo Tech rowers finished the 2,000-meter race in a time of 6:58:31.
3rd year, Information Science
The day-to-day efforts of the four rowers got us third place in this tournament. We will continue to aim for better results in the future.
3rd year, Physics
I am glad that we won a medal. I will push myself even further so that we can win another one at the All Japan University Championship in August.
2nd year, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Rowing is a pretty tough sport — we practice 25 hours per a week for seven-minute race that is held every two months. For that reason, I feel a sense of achievement as we brought home a medal.
2nd year, Earth and Planetary Sciences
There was a mentally draining period a while back as we couldn't shave any more time off our record, but we all continued towards the same goal. I am happy we achieved a good result.