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FIRST OPEN INTERNATIONAL REGATTA CANOE SPRINT COMPETITION “SAMARQAND STARS 2012”

Uzbekistan Rowing and Canoe Federation  приглашает Вас и Вашу команду в солнечный и гостеприимный Узбекистан, в город Самарканд, где в период с 18 по 21 октября 2012 года состояться первые Открытые международные соревнования по каноэ-спринту «Самаркандские звезды».

Bahodir Tadjiev

Данные соревнования будут проходить в городе Самарканде на гребном канале, который на сегодняшний день является единственным  искусственным в Центральной Азии. Мы постараемся создать наилучшие условия для проведения этого  соревнования. Надеемся, что «Самаркандские звезды»  станут традиционными и популярными соревнованиями не только в Азиатском регионе, но и в мире. Уверены, что участие в данных соревнованиях позволит Вашим спортсменам показать свои наилучшие результаты, а богатое культурное и историческое наследие « Жемчужины Востока» города Самарканда оставит неизгладимые впечатления  в памяти каждого участника этого спортивного форума.

 

До встречи в Самарканде.

Добро пожаловать в Узбекистан!

БаходырТаджиев

Председатель Федерации «Rowing&Canoe» Узбекистана

2. ENTRIES AND DEADLINES

  1. PRELIMINARY ENTRY (closing date): June 01, 2012
  2. HOTEL RESERVATION (closing date):  September 01, 2012
  3. BOAT RENTAL (closing date): September 01, 2012
  4. NUMERICAL ENTRY (closing date): September 01, 2012
  5. FINAL TRAVEL INFO (closing date): September 20, 2012
  6. NOMINAL ENTRY (closing date): September 01, 2012
  7. RACE COURSE OPENS: October 10-22, 2012

UZBEKISTANROWING AND CANOE FEDERATION

17 Kurshida str., Tashkent, Uzbekistan, 100128
tel: (+998 71) 241 22 45, 827 29 25, mob: +998 90 188 34 63
fax: (+99871) 241 2245
e-mail: info@rowingcanoe.uz
e-mail: cfuzb@mail.ru

VENUE OF THE COMPETITION

Rowing canal in Samarqand is located in the city at an altitude of 702 meters above sea level. The climate is mild and cool relative to other regions of the country, which creates favorable conditions for the athletes during the hot days of summer. The channel has two channels: mmainstream of 2215 meters in length and 130 meters wide, by-pass channel and 2215 meters in length, its width 58 meters. The channel is equipped with high-precision electronic equipment from the best manufacturers. This is an electronic timekeeping system, the automatic starting system based relays, sports LED display -9.98 15.62 meters to feet, intended to declare the results of races, video broadcast, advertising and various information on the regatta in real time, other necessary equipment. Along the perimeter of the channel for the audience stands erected, designed for 2200 seats of which 200 seats, VIP seats. On the territory of the channel is a hotel, dining room, conference room. The channel has created all necessary conditions of life - changing rooms, showers, toilets. There is a comfortable saunas and exercise rooms, equipped with modern specialized equipment necessary for full training. For storage of boats on the canal, there are six slipways Rowing canal meets all modern international standards and can be used as for international training camps and international regattas for the highest level of rowing and canoeing.

PROGRAMME

Men: 1000 m.  K1, K2, K4, C1, C2, C4

500 m.  K1, K2, C1, C2

200 m.  K1, K2, C1, C2,

5000 m.  K1, C1,

Women  1000 m.  K1, K2,

500 m.  K1, K2, K4, C1, C2,

200 m.  K1, K2, C1, C2,

5000 m.  K1

Juniors boy  1000 m.  K1, K2, K4, C1, C2, C4

500 m.  K1, K2, C1, C2,

200 m.  K1, K2, C1, C2,

Juniors girl  500 m.  K1, K2, K4, C1, C2,

200 m.  K1, K2, C1, C2,

3. ACCOMMODATION

The cost of stay (full board, lodging,) depends on the standard of the hotel at which you will be staying.

The available accommodations rates are:

 DESCRIPTION CATEGORY SINGLE ROOM DOUBLE ROOM PER PERSON
1 5* Hotels 120 Euro 90 Euro
2 4* Hotels 90 Euro 70 Euro
3 3* Hotels 70 Euro 50 Euro

The accommodation fees indicated at the different categories include the following services:Accommodation and three meals per day, the supply of mineral water for free during competition days, medical care and security service at the race course, fees for the use of the regatta  course  and  its  facilities. The Organizing Committee does not take any responsibility for any extra service of the hotel, like mini bar, telephone, parking etc., these costs are directly collected by the hotel. The rooms are vacated till 12.00 hour on the day of the departure as it is internationally usual.

Reservations can only be made through the Organizing Committee. Booking must be made by September01, 2012.

Because the hotels have limited rooms we will be booking reservation according the received applications

 If the team have the winners of XXX Summer Olympic Games in London, Organizing

 Committee will provide for them free of charge accommodation and meals.

4. TRANSPORT

Transport fee for one person will be 60 USD. Transport fee includes: bus transfer from the airport/railway station Tashkent to Samarqand(350 km) hotel and back, shuttle bus:   on the competition days according to the timetable, 1 day trip to Bukhara, Fees for the use of the regatta course and its facilities, trailer parking, access to services and equipment provided.

5. BOAT RENTAL

The boat rental prices are as follows:

For competitions days

1.  K-1 and C-1    30 EUR / per day\per boat

2.  K-2 and C-2    40 EUR / per day\per boat

3.  K-4 and C-4    45 EUR / per day\per boat

For training days

1.  K-1 and C-1    40 EUR / per day\per boat

2.  K-2 and C-2    50 EUR / per day\per boat

3.  K-4 and C-4    60 EUR / per day\per boat

6. INSURANCE AND MEDICAL CARE I

Insurance

All participants are strongly advised to take out a medical insurance policy in their respective countries.

Medical care

The  following medical  services  are  available  for  all  official  participants  of  the  above  event: physician on duty, hospital and clinic assistance. A medical centre will operate at the regatta course with ambulance and first aid. All costs above the regular care to be covered by the medical insurance policy - the Organizing Committee does not take responsibility for such expenditures.

7. VISA  INFORMATION

All travelers, even those simplytransiting Uzbekistanfor less than 72 hours, must obtain anUzbek visabefore traveling to Uzbekistan. If you plan an overnight stay or have a long layover, you will need a visa to exit the transit lounge of theairport.

It is only necessary for citizens of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, the Russian Federation and Ukraine to carry a passport (visa is not required). To obtain an Uzbek Visa, all other foreign nationals need visa support from Organizing Committee. The approval period is about 7-10 working days.

The approved visa support is faxed directly to the Embassy or Consulate of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the country where the sportsmen are receiving the visa.

Visa can be obtained in theConsular Missionsof the Republic of Uzbekistan abroad. In theTashkentAirportvisas can only be issued to those persons who are arriving from the countries where the Republic of Uzbekistandoes not have permanent diplomatic or consular missions.

The Republic of Uzbekistan has missions in following countries: Afghanistan, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium (Luxemburg), Canada, China, Egypt, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Iran, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Korea, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Poland,Russian Federation,Saudi Arabia,Tajikistan,Turkey,Turkmenistan,Ukraine,the USA, andVietnam; and consular departments in following cities: Athens(Greece), Bangkok(Thailand), Dubai(UAE), Frankfurt-am-Main(Germany), Istanbul(Turkey), Jeddah(Saudi Arabia), Mazar-e-Sharif(Afghanistan), New-York(USA).

Visitors coming from countries where Uzbekistan does not have diplomatic or consular representation should obtain visas in athird countryor in Tashkent International Airport.

The Organizing Committee needs lists of the participants with necessary information copies of passport, Name list of delegation (date of birth, passport number and expiry date, performed function /e.g. athlete, coach, team leader/, gender) from the national federations.

8. ORGANIZER

The organizer of the competition is the Uzbekistan Rowing and Canoe federation

SHORT INFORMATION ABOUT UZBEKISTAN

Uzbekistan today is a new independent state in Central Asia. After the collapse of the USSR Uzbekistan chose peace-loving democratic policy and launched reforms to develop a market economy and enter international economic society as a full member.

Formal name:The Republic of Uzbekistan
Geographic coordinates: 41 00 N, 64 00 E
Area: total 447.400 km2: land: 425.400 km2, water: 22,000 km2
Land boundaries: total: 6.221 km, border countries: Afghanistan 137 km, Kazakhstan 2.203 km, Kyrgyzstan 1.099 km, Tajikistan 1.161 km, Turkmenistan 1.621 km
Population: 29 million (January, 2011)
Density of population: 50.1 per km2
Capital: Tashkent
Language Official language - Uzbek, widely used: Russian, Tajik, Kara kalpak, also English, which is getting popular among youth generation.
National currency: Sum. 1 sum=100 tiyin.
Structure: Sovereign Republic of Karakalpakistan, 12 provinces, 226 cities and districts.
Religion: Islam - 88%, Christian - 9%

Time:GMT + 05:00
Electric power: 220 V AC, 50 amp; Standard two-pin plug socket
Domain zone:.uz
International dialing code: +998

Location of Uzbekistan

The Republic of Uzbekistan is situated in the central part of Central Asia between two rivers: the Amudarya and Syrdarya. The Turan Lowland lies to the northwest, and the Tien-Shan and Pamir-Alay mountain ridges are located in the southeast of the territory. The Kyzyl-Kum Desert defines the Northern part of the country. Uzbekistan borders Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, and Afghanistan.

Terrain

Mostly flat-to-rolling sandy desert with dunes; broad, flat, intensely irrigated river valleys along the course of the Amu Darya, Sirdaryo (Syr Darya), and Zarafshon rivers; the Fergana Valley in the east surrounded by mountainous Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan; the shrinking Aral Sea in the west.

Elevation extremes

Lowest point: Sariqarnish Lake - 12 m.
Highest point: Adelunga Mountain - 4.301 m.

Climate
The climate of Uzbekistan is extremely continental with a great number of sunny days. The average monthly temperature in January ranges from -10 C to +3 C. Summer is hot and dry. The average monthly temperature in July varies from +35 C to +45 C. Autumn is relatively warm and is the season when delicious fruits and vegetables are in abundance in the numerous bazaars (markets). The average annual temperature is 13 C.
Public holidays
January 1 - New Year
March 8 - International Women's Day
March 21 - Navruz (Central Asian New Year)
May 9 - Memorial/Remembrance Day
September 1 - Independence Day
October 1 - Teacher's Day
December 8 - Constitution Day.
There are other religious holidays with varying dates:
Ramadan Khait
Kurban Khait

UzbekistanCurrency

All payments must be made in "Sum", the national currency of the Republic of Uzbekistan. Currency exchange offices are available in every city of Uzbekistan. All foreign currencies may be converted in main offices of banks. Preferred currencies - US dollars and Euros

SAMARQAND

"Everything I have heard about Marakanda is true.

Except that it's more beautiful than I ever imagined."
Alexander the Great, 329 BC

Among the cities of the world, one of the most ancient is Samarkand, whose history dates back 2,500 years. In its time, the city was conquered by the warriors of Alexander the Great, the Army of the Arab Caliphate, and the Mongol hordes of Genghis-khan. Each time, after the bloody battles, devastation and fire, it was reborn, to become once again an important city, and at times the capital of a major Central Asian state.

Originally Samarkand occupied part of Mount Afrasiab (Afrosiab), which rises to the north of modern Samarkand. The city grew, expanded its borders, and by the ninth century it occupied the entire hill. By the tenth century its numerous suburbs to the south of the hill were built up with bazaars, caravanserais, baths and mosques. This part of the city was well irrigated. In contrast, Afrasiab presented difficulties in water supply, and an intricate arrangement of lead water pipes along an aqueduct was required.
When Samarkand was captured by the Mongols the ancient water supply system was destroyed, and life on Afrasiab ended.

Today it is a lifeless hill concealing priceless treasures from the artistic culture of the past. The Mongol invasion destroyed the buildings of the previous period. It took a whole century to recover from the after-effects of the Mongol invasion. Plundered and demolished Samarkand was rebuilt on the site of one of its former suburbs. The restoration of the Shakhi-Zindah necropolis, a religious relic, the supposed grave of Kusam ibn-Abbas, was begun on Afrasiab. The building of the necropolis reached its height during the last quarter of the fourteenth century, at a time when the mausoleums for the members of the Timur family, his military leaders and his courtiers, were being built. Some of the structures of the Shakhi-Zindah ensemble date back to the second half of the fifteenth century, the Ulug Beg period. They are: the unreservedly decorated portals (1434 -1435) by the foot of Mount Afrasiab, and the mausoleum higher up the slope, with two elevated turquoise domes, presumably over the grave of the astronomer Kazy-zade-Rumi, Ulug Beg's teacher.

The narrow passage beyond the mausoleum is lined on either side with the mausoleums of the Timur period. They form a fantastic spectacle of majolica revetment and tile mosaics. The mausoleum of Shadi-Mulk-aka (1372) and her mother Tour-kan-aka, Timur's sister, are better preserved than others. The facing of the portals is done with blocks of superbly carved glazed terracotta in combination with majolica. The passage between the mausoleums gives way to a charming shady courtyard enclosed by the mausoleum of Tournan-aka (early 15th century), and the mausoleums built before the time of Timur - those of Khoja Akhmad, and of an unknown person. A door with the date 1404-1405, which is decorated with carvings and originally had an ivory inlay, leads from a courtyard to a fifteenth century mosque and the earliest and principal mausoleum, that of Kusam ibn-Abbas. The colored enameled revetment of Shakhi-Zindah is unique. The stone masons who followed one another over a century were able to unite individual buildings into a single architectural ensemble with great artistic gracefulness.

Towards the end of the fourteenth century, Samarkand became the capital of the huge Empire of Timur. The Bibi-khanum mosque was built in great haste in the years 1399-1404. The walls of the mosque are faced with polished brick, which serve as a backdrop for the blue enameled bricks used for a large geometrical decorative pattern. Such monumental ornamentation is characteristic of the buildings constructed for Timur.

One of the last of Timur's structures in Samarkand was the mausoleum of Gur-Emir (1403-1404), which served as the tomb for his sons, his grandson Ulug Beg, and for himself. The mausoleum was added to the existing complex of two buildings, that of the madrasah and khana-gah, forming as it did the third side of a courtyard. The fourth side was formed by entrance portals decorated with glazed tile mosaics.

In the fifteenth century, during the time of Ulug Beg, structures were less grandiose but were distinguished by nobility of form and a great harmony of colored enameled revetment: the entry portals, the mausoleums of Kazy-zade-Rumi, the octagonal Shakhi-Zindah, and the madrasah in Reghistan, the large square in the busiest part of the city (1420). Ulug Beg's observatory outside Samarkand was a unique structure. After Ulug Beg was murdered it was abandoned and by the sixteenth century it was in ruins.

Alongside the monumental fifteenth century buildings, smaller architectural ensembles were erected. Such is the ensemble Khoja Abdi-Darun.
When Bukhara once again became the capital in the sixteenth century, there was less construction in Samarkand, and many structures suffered neglect. In the seventeenth century the Madrasah Shir-Dor (1619-1636) was built, where once stood now the now nonexistent khana-gah of Ulug Beg. The building stands on the same axis as the Ulug Beg Madrasah and repeats its facade not only in size but also in its overall composition. The third side of Reghistan Square was occupied with Tillah-kari Madrasah (1646-1660). As Timur's Bibi-khanum mosque was in ruins by that time, a Friday mosque was added to the complex of structures comprising the Tillah-kari Madrasah.

After the seventeenth century, the situation in the country changed. Never did architecture in Samarkand reach such heights again. But the ancient city continued to exist, and now it is once more a thriving, developing city, one of the industrial and cultural centers of Uzbekistan.

Новости

Встреча исполнительного комитета Азиатской конфедерации каноэ г.Токио (Япония)

Совместное заседание исполкома Международной Федерации каноэ и Совета директоров Азиатской Конфедерации Каноэ будет проходить с 21 по 24 марта 2018 года в г.Токио (Япония), куда от Узбекистана выезжает Первый Вице-Президент Азиатской Конфедерации Каноэ, Генеральный секретарь Федерации "Rowing & Canoe" Маматкулова Т.А.

О проведении Открытого Чемпионата Азии среди юниоров и молодежи до 23 лет и Открытого Кубка Азии по гребле на байдарках и каноэ в Узбекистане в Самаркандской области в период с 20 по 25 октября 2018 года

На заседании Конгресса Азиатской Конфедерацией Каноэ (АСС) 14 октября 2017 года в г.Шанхай (Китай) принято решение о проведении Чемпионата Азии по гребле на байдарках и каноэ среди юниоров и молодежи до 23 лет и Открытого Кубка Азии по гребле на байдарках и каноэ  в Узбекистане в Самаркандской области в период с 20 по 25 октября 2018 года.