Tokyo Tech News
The Tokyo Tech Rowing Club finished third in the men's coxed four category at the DGIST World-Class University Festival, held from August 21 to 25 at Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology (DGIST).
In a contest that brought together over 100 top student rowers from seven universities — DGIST, Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), ETH-Zurich, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), and Tokyo Tech — the Institute also placed fourth in the mixed eight category after teaming up with the women from UNIST.
Takaaki Ogiso, 3rd year, Transdisciplinary Science and Engineering
Kentaro Morinaga, 2nd year, Industrial Engineering and Economics
Yuuya Fujiwara, 2nd year, Materials Science and Engineering
Yasunori Nose, 2nd year, Industrial Engineering and Economics
Nozomi Maki, 3rd year, Mathematical and Computing Science
Shun Ishikawa, 2nd year, Systems and Control Engineering
Kaito Sanuki, 2nd year, Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Yuto Uchida, 2nd year, Chemical Science and Engineering
Yuuki Sawatari, 2nd year, Chemical Science and Engineering
Comments from cox Nozomi Maki
This international sports event was an extremely enjoyable experience. During the mixed eight race, half of our team — the ladies from UNIST — did not speak any Japanese, but I was able to create a positive atmosphere using English. In the future, I will strive to create similar good vibes during our practice sessions and races.
Rowing Club is supported by Tokyo Tech Fund