Sport Technical Handbook for the 18th Asian Games Indonesia 2018 (Version 2.0) 15 February 2018 Page 2 of 32 Fencing TABLE OF CONTENTS I. INTRODUCTION 3 II. GENERAL INFORMATION 13 III. TECHNICAL INFORMATION 23 IV. GENERAL COMPETITION SCHEDULE 29 Page 3 of 32 I. INTRODUCTION 1. Preface The 18th Asian Games will be held in Jakarta and Palembang, Indonesia starting from August 18th to September 2nd, 2018. The Asian Games is an exclusive property of the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) where the members of OCA come together to enhance the ability of Asian athletes and promote mutual understanding through fair competition. It is the multi-sport festivity within the Asian region held every 4 years.
This publication is to provide the general information about the Olympic Council of Asia, the Member NOCs, Indonesia Asian Games Organizing Committee and overview of the 18th Asian Games Jakarta-Palembang 2018 as well as introduction of Indonesia, the Host Country and the Host City. This publication also contains the technical information for Fencing Sport in the 18th Asian Games Jakarta-Palembang 2018, which is the most important. It is our honor to provide this Technical Handbook before the start of the18th Asian Games Jakarta-Palembang 2018. This handbook will serve an important role to all the participating officials and athletes. Page 4 of 32 Thank you very much. 2. Organizing Bodies OCA Executive Board President Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah Honorary Life Vice-President Raja Randhir Singh Mr. Jizhong WEI Vice Presidents Maj. Gen. Charouck Arirachakaran Mr. Timothy Tsun Ting Fok Lt. Gen. Syed Arif Hasan HE Sheikh Isa Bin Rashed Al Khalifa Mr Timur Kulibayev Mr. Tsunekazu Takeda Prof. Dr. Hoang Vinh Giang Mr. Sapardurdy Toylyyev Mr Song LUZENG Mr. Yu Zaiqing Mrs Rita Sri Wahyusih SUBOWO Honorary Vice-President Mr Hemasiri FERNANDO Chairman/Chairwoman of OCA Standing Committees Rules Committee Sheikh Talal Fahad Ahmad J AL-SABAH Women and Sports Committee Mrs Natalya SIPOVICH Advisory Committee Mr Ng Ser Miang Peace Through Sport Committee HRH Prince Faisal Bin AL-HUSSEIN Athletes Committee Mr Koji Murofushi Sports Environment Committee Mr Kyung-Sun YU Page 5 of 32 Medical Committee Dr M. Jegathesan Sports for All Committee Brig Gen Mowaffak JOUMAA Media Committee Mr Charles King Chiu LO Finance Committee Dr Kevin Kuo-I CHEN Culture Committee Mr Mohammad A. Alkamali Entourage Committee Mr Daesung MOON Education Committee HRH Prince Abdulhakim Bin Mosaad Bin Abdulaziz Coordination Committee Mr Tsunekazu TAKEDA Ethics Committee Mr Jizhong WEI Information & Statistics Committee Dr Demchigjav ZAGDSUREN International Relations Committee HRH Prince Jigyel Ugyen WANGCHUCK Sports Committee Mr Song LUZENG Members Executive Board Member HRH Prince Haji Sufri BOLKIAH Executive Board Member Mr Kiumars Hashemi Executive Board Member Mr Raad Hammoodi Salman AL-DULAIMI Honorary Members Mr Habib Abdul Nabi Yousuf MACKI Gen Souhail KHOURY Director General & Technical Director Mr Husain A H Z AL-MUSALLAM Director of Asian GameS Mr. Haider Farman Director of NOCs Relation Mr. Vinod Kumar OCA Adviser for INASGOC Mr. Matthew Kidson Mr. Ganesan Sundaram Moorthy 2.1 Indonesia Asian Games Organizing Committee (INASGOC) 2.1.1 Steering Committee (SC) President : Vice President of Republic of Indonesia Vice President I : Chairman of Coordinating Ministry for Human Development and Cultural Affairs Members : Chairman of Indonesia Olympic Committee Page 6 of 32 Chairman of Agency for Financial and Development Supervision Chairman of Agency for Government Procurement Policy Governor of DKI Jakarta Governor of South Sumatera Governor of West Java Governor of Banten 2.1.2 Organizing Committee (OC) Executive Board President : Erick Tohir Vice President : Sjafrie Sjamsoedin Secretary General : Eris Herryanto Vice Secretary General : Dendi T. Danianto Assistant of Finance (Deputy) : Gatot S. Dewabroto Vice Assistant of Finance (Vice Deputy) : Soewartomo Head of Monitoring (Deputy) : Meris Wiryadi Vice Head of Monitoring (Vice Deputy) : Deddy Yulianto Deputy 1 Games Operation : Harry Warganegara Harun Deputy 2 Games Administration : Francis Wanandi Vice Deputy 2 : Devy Wildasari Adjiningsih Deputy 3 Games Support : Ahmed Solihin Vice Deputy 3 : Bambang Rus Effendi Deputy 4 Games Security : Asop Kapolri Vice Deputy 4 : Asop Panglima TNI Assistant of Finance Coordinator : Brigjend TNI Dr.Yudi Sutrasna, MM Vice Coordinator : Indra Bayu Verification Department Director : Julian Alhaj Vice Director : Iwan Kurniawan Page 7 of 32 Anggaraharja Tri Sujatmiko Treasury Department Director : Deny Alvar Vice Director (Secretariat) : Lina Nurhasanah Vice Director Deputy 1 : Arman Saputra Siregar Vice Director Deputy 2 : Margono Vice Director Deputy 3 : Sriyanti Accounting and Asset Department Director : Parwoto Dwi Putranto Unit Accounting Vice Director : Eddy Dharmawan Unit Asset Vice Director : Syahrul Hidayatulloh Monitoring Team Coordinator : Brigjen TNI Cecep Rahmad Mujono Associate : Erwin Aksa Sofyan Wanandi Muhammad Iksan Wijayanto Samirin Daulat Tampubolon Dholfi OFP Kol. Inf Chanlan Adilane Kol Laut (T) Irmandala Kol Laut (KH) Dr. Dwi Hartono Kol Laut (P) Sayuti Kol Kes Saefullah Kol Cpl Jimmy Alexander Adirman Kol Arh Bambang Murtiyoso Kol Laut (T) Catur Sudarsono Juliande Darwis Ginrey Shandy Algam I Ketut Pasek Prihadhy David Sidjabat Taufiequrachman Ruki Sumirat Kriswasana Page 8 of 32 Vice Coordinator : Letkol Cku Djoko Kuntoyo SECRETARIAL GENERAL Coordinator : Letkol Inf. Mahudin Latupono Vice Coordinator – General Affairs : Letkol Laut Daniel Martinus Lakollo Vice Coordinator – Secretariat : Okkie Nur Hamida Planning & Budgeting Department Coordinator : Mayjen TNI Tjuk Agus Minahasa Vice Coordinator : Kapnten Inf. Samsudin Procurement Department Coordinator : Laksma TNI Listyanto Vice Coordinator : Kol Laut (T) Endro Legowo Vice Coordinator for Administration & Support : Kol Laut Rizal Junaidi Legal Department Coordinator : Finsa Noorcahya Goverment Relation Coordinator : Raja Parlindungan Pane Vice Coordinator : Haryo Sasongko International Relations & Protocol Department Coordinator : Indra Kartasasmita Vide Coordinator : Nur Laily Rahmawati Media & Public Relation Department Coordinator : M.Buldansyah Vice Coordinator : Ratna Irsana Accreditation Department Coordinator : Brigjen Pol. Teddy Minahasa Vice Coordinator : Claudia Regina Roe Roe Page 9 of 32 Human Resources & Volunteer Department Coordinator : Pusparani Hasjim Chappy Hakim Vice Coordinator : Demayanti Nasution Jenny Soeseno DEPUTY 1: GAMES OPERATION SECRETARIAT DEPUTY Budget & Finance Head/ Vice Coordinator : Gustiawan Anthony Secretariat, Administration & Operation Head/ Vice Coordinator : Johar Manik Kusumo Wardhani Sport, Medal Ceremony & Sport Presentation Director : Wisnu Wardhana Sub-Unit Sport Support & Administration Vice Director : Abdul Rauf Sub-Unit Jakarta 1 & Sport Preparation Vice Director : Arif Hidayat Sub-Unit Jakarta 2 & Overlay Sport Vice Director : Adi Wirawan Sub-Unit Jakarta Suburb, Palembang & Sport Equipment Vice Director : Arsyad Achmadin Unit Medal Ceremony & Sport Presentation Vice Director : Nur Ali Venues & Environment Department Director : Teuku Arlan Perkasa Lukman Unit Overlay Project, Technical Data & Administration Vice Director : Ahmad Zacky Badrudin Unit Jakarta & Jakarta Suburb Cluster Vice Director : Natsir Gunawan Unit Palembang Page 10 of 32 Vice Director : Basyaruddin Medical & Doping Control Department Director : Dr. Leane Suniar Vice Director : Dr. Wiweka Athlete Village & Service Department Director : Tri Ananta Andrewan Unit Jakarta Kemayoran Vice Director : Glenn J. Rumawas Unit Jakarta Suburb Vice Director : Hermawan Halim Arrival Departure & Hispitality Department Director : Indra Gamulya Vice Director : Andi Burhan Dwi Armien DEPUTY 2: GAMES ADMINISTRATION SECRETARIAT DEPUTY Unit Secretary Vice Coordinator : Trianti Unit Administration Vice Director : A.A Cakra Nugraha Unit Client Service Vice Director : Triputanta Wimbacahaya Aziz Look Of The Games, Beautification & Activation Department Director : DRS. Tb. Lukman Djajadi K Ceremony Department Director : Rachmi Dewi Wulansari Vice Director : Wishnutama Kusubandio Unit Torch Relay Vice Director : Dra. Herty Paulina Purba Revenue Department Director : Hasani Abdulgani Unit Sales Vice Director : Cahyadi Wanda Unit Merchandise & Retail Page 11 of 32 Vice Director : Mochtar Sarman Ticketing Department Director : Sarman Simanjorang Unit Ticket Management Vice Director : Mohammad Indra Communication Department Director : Elwin Chandra Mochsin Unit Projector Coodinator Vice Director : RA Trimaryanda Kunto Unit Digital Vice Coordinator : Indra Agustian Pribadi DEPUTY 3: GAMES SUPPORT SECRETARIAT DEPUTY Vice Coordinator : Yarmanto Transportation Department Director : Purnomo S.IP Vice Director : Sudjianto Adji Broadcast Depart Director : Linda N Wahyudi Vice Director : Edy B Lasoma Catering Department Director : Felly Imsransyah Vice Director : Yooky Tjahrial Accommodation Department Director : Johanna Sri Ambarwati Vice Director : Ahmad Qodie Ibrahim IT&T Department Director : Eddy Prabowo Vice Director : Sugianto Hirokerto DEPUTY 4: GAMES SECURITY Associate : Kombes Pol Drs Unggul Sedyanto,Msi Page 12 of 32 AKBP Lalu Muhammad Iwan M.SJK Pembina Yahya Fitriadi, Skom Z. Pandra Arsyad, SH, Msi Page 13 of 32 2.2 OCA Members No. CODE NOC No. CODE NOC 1 AFG Afghanistan 24 MDV Maldives 2 BRN Bahrain 25 MGL Mongolia 3 BAN Bangladesh 26 MYA Myanmar 4 BHU Bhutan 27 NEP Nepal 5 BRU Brunei Darussalam 28 OMA Oman 6 CAM Cambodia 29 PAK Pakistan 7 CHN China 30 PLE Palestine 8 HKG Hong Kong, China 31 PHI Philippines 9 INA Indonesia 32 PRK DPR Korea 10 IND India 33 QAT Qatar 11 IRI Islamic Republic of Iran 34 SGP Singapore 12 IRQ Iraq 35 SRI Sri Lanka 13 JPN Japan 36 SYR Syria 14 JOR Jordan 37 THA Thailand 15 KAZ Kazakhstan 38 TJK Tajikistan 16 KOR Korea 39 TKM Turkmenistan 17 KUW Kuwait 40 TLS Timor Leste 18 KSA Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 41 TPE Chinese Taipei 19 KGZ Kyrgyzstan 42 UAE United Arab Emirates 20 LAO Lao PDR 43 UZB Uzbekistan 21 LBN Lebanon 44 VIE Vietnam 22 MAC Macau, China 45 YEM Yemen 23 MAS Malaysia Page 14 of 32 II. GENERAL INFORMATION 1. The 18th Asian Games Jakarta-Palembang 2018 in Brief 1.1 Games Overview Duration : August 18 – September 2, 2018 (16 days) Host and Co-Host City : Jakarta and Palembang, Indonesia Games Venue : 49 venues in total (39 in Jakarta, 10 in Palembang) Sports Program : 40 sports / 462 events Patron : Olympic Council of Asia Host : Indonesia Asian Games Organizing Committee (INASGOC) 1.2 Objectives ▪ Bring forth mutual communication, reconciliation and peace in Asia ▪ Asian Games that share joy and glory ▪ Realize practical and economically efficient games 1.3 Slogan ENERGY OF ASIA 1.4 Emblem The design concept of the Brand mark 18th Asian Games 2018 logo is inspired by the shape of Gelora Bung Karno Main Stadium, with eight paths leading to Page 15 of 32 the stadium and the shinning sun emblem of the Olympic Council of Asia logo in the center, represents the “Energy of Asia” theme. The design tells that the “Energy of Asia” will radiates throughout the world. The multi-coloured art design symbolized the multi-national culture and nature of Asia and Indonesia. 1.5 Mascots BHIN BHIN Cendrawasih Bird (Paradisaea apoda) Strategy Representation BHIN BHIN wearing a vest with detail pattern/ Asmat motive from Papua ATUNG Deer Bawean (Hylaphus Kuhlii) Speed Respresentation ATUNG wearing sarong with Tumpal batik pattern from Jakarta KAKA Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros Sondaicus) Strength Representation KAKA wear traditional clothing Palembang 2. Accreditation and Validation Asian Games Identification and Accreditation Cards (AGIAC) will act as an entry visa to Indonesia and ensure special access to the Games venues including the HQ Page 16 of 32 Hotel and competition venues. INASGOC will distribute Accreditation Guide and Accreditation Application Forms to Accreditation Responsible Organizations by December 2017. The online Accreditation System start from January 31 until April 30, 2018. INASGOC will distribute the Pre-valid AGIAC to the confirmed participants on July 2018. Upon the arrival in Jakarta – Palembang, pre-valid AGIAC holders should visit one of the accreditation center with their effective identification documents and validate their pre-valid AGIAC. Once validated, AGIAC becomes an official Games document. 3. Immigration and Visa From July 30 to September 4, 2018, AD Card holders will be permitted upon presentation of their valid passports or travel documents. AD Cards holders will not need to apply for an Indonesian Entry Visa of Residence Permit in order to enter the country. Any AD Card holders wishing to enter Indonesia before or after the valid period of the AD Card, or to remain in Indonesia after its expiry date, will need to make their own arrangements regarding visas according to Indonesian immigration law. AD Card holders should ensure that the information on their valid passport when entering Indonesia is exactly the same with the information on the certified document used for application for AD Card, and that their passport remain valid at least until February 5, 2019. 4. Transportation 4.1 Transport Services for Arrival and Departure Shuttle Bus Services will be provided for arriving and departing athletes and team officials, depending on arrival and departure information and flight schedule. Before departure, Shuttle Bus Services require advance reservation. Page 17 of 32 4.2 Dedicated Vehicle Service Dedicated Vehicle Services will be provided between Athletes’ Village and the designated areas, depending on team events and on the size of NOC participants. Dedicated Vehicle Services require advance reservation and approval. 4.3 Transport Services for Competition (for non-team events) Shuttle Bus Services for athletes and team officials participating in non-team events will be provided between Athletes’ Village and the competition venues as per the competition schedule. 4.4 Transport Services for Training (for non-team events) Shuttle Bus Services for athletes and team officials participating in non-team events will be provided between Athletes’ Village and the training venues as per the training schedule. 4.5 Transport Services for Spectating The AV-to-venues shuttle will be provided to athletes and team officials wishing to watch other sport competition events. The service is also available to all athletes and team officials who are involved in the same events: priority, however, will be given to athletes and team officials participating in their own events. ※ Tickets are required for spectating. 4.6 Transport Services for Luggage The luggage belonging to athletes and team officials should, in principal, be loaded onto the bus they take. If not possible due to insufficient storage space, another vehicle will be provided to the destinations. 5. Accommodation During the Games time, over 13,000 athletes and team officials including extra officials will be accommodated at Kemayoran Block D10 in Jakarta and Jakabaring Athletes Villages located in Palembang. Opening of Athletes’ Village will be on July Page 18 of 32 16, 2018. A variety of amenities and recreational facilities will be offered for the Games family at Athletes’ Village. For the sake of the safety, separate Accreditation Access is required for entering the area. 6. Media 6.1 Mixed Zone The Mixed zone is an area in which athletes may be interviewed as soon as they leave the field of play. The Mixed Zone is designed to permit the broadcasters and press to interview athletes in a designated area near the field of play. In accordance with OCA’s rules, all athletes must pass through the Mixed Zone. Mixed Zone interviews are recommended within limited time each to let the broadcasters and press to have an equal opportunity to speak to the athletes. The AFs and INASGOC Sports Operations Team will provide all necessary assistance to ensure the convenience of Mixed Zone. 6.2 Press Conference After each event, the designated medallists will attend a press conference at the venue as well as coaches if circumstances dictate. They should accompany to the press conference room. Medallists press conference will be held right after the medal presentation ceremonies at the venue. Sports operational staff will bring athletes to the press conference room. Translation services will be provided with English and Indonesian during the press conferences at the venues. If medallists do not speak English or Indonesian, NOCs are requested to assign an interpreter with the medallists attending the press conference.
7. Medical Service Medical stations for athletes will be installed at all competition venues and training facilities. On-site medical treatment and emergency transfer service will be provided during operating period. Polyclinic in the Athletes’ Village will provide treatment and consultation by professional medical staff across the departments of internal medicine, general surgery (including orthopaedics), ophthalmology, stomatology, medical imaging, physical therapy, pharmacy, etc. Page 19 of 32 It will also have an emergency room open 24 hours a day, with stand-by ambulances. Any patient who needs further diagnosis and treatment will be transferred to designated hospitals of the Games. Where accredited persons including OCA Family VIP guests, NOC guests suffer from acute diseases, acute exacerbations of chronic diseases or acute injuries, they can receive treatment in Polyclinic or designated hospitals for free of charge. Services may include emergency treatment, in-patient service, special consultation and ambulance transfer, if required. However, free medical services will not include selective or unnecessary treatment.
8. Host Country/City Information 8.1 Indonesia in Brief Indonesia, officially the Republic of Indonesia (Indonesian: Republik Indonesia) is located mainly in Southeast Asia with some territories in Oceania. Situated between the Indian and Pacific Oceans, it is the world’s largest island country, with more than thirteen thousand islands. It has an estimated population of over 260 million people (September 2016) and is the world’s fourth most populous. Muslim-majority country. The world’s most populous island of Java contains more than half of the country’s population. Indonesia’s republican form of government includes an elected legislature and president. Indonesia has 34 provinces, of which five have Special Administrative status. Its capital and most populous city is Jakarta. The country shares land borders with Papua New Guinea, East Timor, and the eastern part of Malaysia. Other neighbouring countires include Singapore, the Philipines, Australia, Palau and the Indian territory of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Indonesia is a founding member of ASEAN and a member od the G-20 major economies. The Indonesian economy is the world’s 16th largest by nominal GDP and the 8th largest by GDP at PPP. Indonesia consists of hundreds of distict native ethnic and linguistic groups. The largest – and politically dominant – ethnic group are the Javanese. A Page 20 of 32 shared identity has developed, defined by a national language, ethnic diversity, religious pluralism within a Mulsim-majority population, and a history of colonialism and rebellion against it. Indonesia’s national motto “Bhineka Tunggal Ika” (“Unity in Diversity” literally, “many, yet one”), articulates the diversity that shapes the country. Despite its large population and densely populated regions, Indonesia has vast areas of wilderness that support the world’s second highest level of biodeversity.
8.2 Jakarta in Brief Geography The Special Capital Region of Jakarta, is the capital and most populous city of Indonesia. Located on the northwest coast of the world’s most populous island of Java, the city is the center of economics, culture and politics of Indonesia, with a population of 10,075,310 as of 2014. Greater Jakarta metropolitan area, which is known as Jabodetabek (a name formed by combining the initial syllables of Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang and Bekasi), is the second largest urban agglomeration in the world, with population of 30,214,303 inhabitants as of 2010 census. Jakarta’s business opportunities, as well as its potential to offer a higher standard of living, attract migrants from all over Indonesian archipelago, making the city if nekting pot of many communities and cultures. Climate Jakarta has a tropical monsoon climate (Am) according to the Köppen climate classification system. The wet season in Jakarta covers the majority of the year, running from October through May. The remaining four months (June through September) constitute the city’s drier season (each of these 4 months has an average monthly rainfall of less thann 100 millimeters (3.0in)). Located in the western part of Java. Jakarta’s wet season rainfall peak in January and February with average monthly rainfall off 299.7 millimeters (11.80 in), and its dry season low point is August with a monthly average of 43.2 mm (1.70 in). Page 21 of 32 Tourism Most of the visitors attracted to Jakarta are domestic tourists from all over Indonesia. Jakarta is trying to attract more international tourist by MICE tourism, by arranging increasing numbers of conventions. As the gateway of Indonesia, Jakarta often serves as the stop-over for foreign visitors of their way to Indonesian popular tourist destinations such as Bali, Lombok and Yogyakarta. Most of the renowned international hotel chains have presence in the city. Other than monuments, landmarks, and museums around Merdeka square and Jakarta Old Town, tourist attractions of the city include Thousand Islands, Taman Mini Indonesia Indah, Setu Babakan, Ragunan Zoo, Sunda Kelapa old port and the Ancol Dreamland complex on Jakarta Bay, including Duynia Fantasi (Fantasy World) theme park, Sea World, Atlantis Water Adventure, and Gelanggang Samudra. 8.3 Palembang in Brief Geography Palembang is the second-largest city on Sumatra island after Medan and the capital city of the South Sumatra province in Indonesia. It is one of the oldest cities in the Malay Archipelago and Southeast Asia. Palembang is located on the Musi River banks on the east coast of Southern Sumatra, with a land area of 369.22 square kilometres (142.56 square miles) and Palembang is the sixthlargest city in Indonesia after Jakarta, Surabaya, Bandung, Medan and Semarang. Its built-up (or metro) area with Talang Kelapa and Rambutan was home to 1,620,429 inhabitants at the 2010 census. Page 22 of 32 At 2°59’10’ S 104°45’20” E, Palembang occupies 400.61 km2 of vast lowland area east of Bukit Barisan Mountains in southern in Sumatra with average elevation of 8 metres (26 feet), approximately 105 kilometres (65 miles) from nearby coast at Bangka Strait. One of the largest rivers in Sumatra, the Musi Rivers, runs through the city, dividing the city area into two major parts which are Seberang Ilir in the north and Seberang Ulu in the south. Palembang is also located on the confluence of two major tributaries of Musi River, which are Ogan River and Komering River. The river’s water level in influenced by tidal cycle. In rainy season, many areas on the city are inundated by the river’s tide. Palembang’s topography is quite different between Seberang Ilir and Seberang Ulu area. Seberang Ulu topography is relatively flat, meanwhile Seberang Ilir topography is more rugged with altitude variation between 4 and 20 metres (13 and 66 feet). Climate Palembang is located in the tropical rainforest climate with significant rainfall even in its driest months. The climate in Palembang is often described with “hot, humid climate with a lot of rainfall throughout the year”. The annual average temperature is around 27.3 °C (81.1 °F). Average temperatures are nearly identical throughout the year in the city. Average rainfall annually is 2,623 millimeters. During its wettest months, the city’s lowlands are frequently inundated by torrential rains. However, in its driest months, many peatlands around the city dried, making them more vulnerable to wildfires, causing haze in the city for months. Tourism Ampera Bridge, main city landmark, is a bridge crossed over 1,177 metres (3,862 feet) above the Musi River which connects Seberang Ulu and Seberang Ilir area of Palembang. Great Mosque of Palembang, also known as the Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II Mosque, is located in the city centre. Benteng Kuto Besak, situated on the northern bank of the Musi River and adjacent to Ampera Bridge, this fort is one of the Palembang Darussalam Sultanate of heritage buildings. The fort’s interior has been turned into military hospital of the Tentara Nasional Indonesia, specifically the Health Page 23 of 32 Department of Military Area Command II/Sriwijaya (Kesehatan Daerah Militer II/Sriwijaya). Kampung Arab Al-Munawar, a mixture of middle eastern and palembangnese Malay culture and architecture. It has been long known that any visitors should dress politely in order to visit this area. Kampung Kapitan, the home of one of the oldest Chinese stilt house in the city. The primary attraction is Tjoa Ham Hin’s house with centuries-old furniture inside. There was also a nearby Chinese temple, which was one of the oldest in Palembang as well. Long before its existence as the Chinese settlement area, it was also called Tanggo Rajo where foreigners and newcomers from the archipelago stayed at. Kantor Ledeng, located in the city centre, at first this building served as a water tower. Today this building serves as the mayor office of Palembang. Kambang Iwak, a lake located in the tourist centre of the city close to Palembang mayor’s residence. On the banks of this lake, there is a park and recreation arena which is always crowded during holidays. Punti Kayu Tourism Forest, city forest located about six miles (9.7 kilometres) from the city centre with an area of 50 hectares (120 acres) and since 1998 designated as protected forests. In this forest there is a family recreation area and a local shelter a group of monkeys: long-tail macaque (Macaca fascicularis) and monkey (Macaca nemistriana) under the Sumatran Pine wood (Pinus mercussi). Sriwijaya Kingdom Archaeological Park, the remnants of Sriwijaya site located on the banks of the River Musi. There is an inscription and stone relics, complex of ancient pond, artificial island and canals dated from the Sriwijayan kingdom in this area. The Sriwijaya Museum is located in this complex. Bukit Seguntang archaeological park, located in the hills west of Palembang city. In this place there are many relics and tombs of the ancient MalaySriwijayan king and nobles. Monumen Perjuangan Rakyat / Monpera, located in the city centre, adjacent to the Great Mosque and Ampera Bridge. As its name in this building there are relics of history in the colonial period. Museum Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II, located near the Ampera Bridge and adjacent to Benteng Kuto Besak. The building located in the former royal Page 24 of 32 palace of Palembang Sultanate. The museum displayed the relics and historical objects with collections spanned from Sriwijaya Kingdom period to Palembang Darussalam Sultanate era. Rumah Limas of IDR 10000 banknote is now located in Museum Balaputradewa, Palembang. Museum Balaputradewa, the home of Rumah Limas featured on IDR 10000 banknote. This type of stilt house is the traditional house of the people of Palembang. 8.4 West Java in Brief The population of West Java was put at 43,054,000 in mid-2010 making it the most populous province of Indonesia, home to 18% of the national total on 1.8% of the national land. A side from the special district of Jakarta, it is the most densely populated province in the country with an average of 1,236 people per km² (2010 data). The population growth rate recorded in the ten years to 2010 was 1.9% Tourism Endowed with natural beauty and rich culture, tourism is also an important industry in West Java. The Puncak area and Bandung have long been known as popular weekend destinations for Jakarta. Today Bandung has developed into a chic and fashionable shopping destination, popular not only among local Indonesian especially Jakarta, but also a popular shopping destination for neighbouring Malaysian and Singaporeans. The ancient coastal city of Cirebon is also popular as cultural tourism destination since the city has several kratons and many historical sites such as Gua Sunyaragi.
Other popular tourism destinations include the Bogor Botanical Garden, Taman Safari Indonesia, Tangkuban Perahu crater, Ciater hot springs, Kawah Putih crater to the south of Bandung, Pangandaran beach, and various mountain resorts in Cianjur, Garut, Tasikmalaya, and Kuningan. Page 25 of 32 III. Technical Information
1. Competition Date Fencing competition will be held from August 19 to 24, 2018 at JCC Cendrawasih.
2. Venue Competition Venue Category Competition Venue Training Venue Name JCC Cendrawasih Training will take place at the competition venue. Distance from the Athletes‘ Village 24 Km Size Seating Capacity
3. Competition Management 3.1 Technical Delegate : Maria Leonor Estampador Page 26 of 32 3.2 Competition Manager : Khairuman
4. Competition Events The Fencing competition will consist of Twelve (12) events, including six (6) men’s and six (6) women’s events. Discipline Men’s (6) Women’s (6) Foil Individual, Team Individual, Team Epée Individual, Team Individual, Team Sabre Individual, Team Individual, Team
5. Competition Schedule Date Session Time Gender Event Phase 19 Aug (Sun) FE01 09:00-16:00 W Individual Sabre Preliminaries, M Individual Epee Elimination Rounds FE02 18:00-20.30 W Individual Sabre Semi-finals, Finals M Individual Epee 20 Aug (Mon) FE03 09:00-16:00 W Individual Foil Preliminaries, M Individual Sabre Elimination Rounds FE04 18:00-20.30 W Individual Foil Semi-finals, Finals M Individual Sabre 21 Aug (Tue) FE05 09:00-16:00 W Individual Epee Preliminaries, M Individual Foil Elimination Rounds Page 27 of 32 FE06 18:00-20.30 W Individual Epee Semi-finals, Finals M Individual Foil 22 Aug (Wed) FE07 09:00-17:00 W Team Sabre Preliminaries, M Team Epee Elimination Rounds FE08 18:00-20.10 W Team Sabre Semi-finals / Finals M Team Epee 23 Aug (Thu) FE09 09:00-17:00 W Team Foil Preliminaries, M Team Sabre Elimination Rounds FE10 18:00-20.10 W Team Foil Semi-finals, Finals M Team Sabre 24 Aug (Fri) FE11 09:00-17:00 W Team Epee Preliminaries, M Team Foil Elimination Rounds FE12 18:00-20.10 W Team Epee Semi-finals, Finals M Team Foil Note : This competition schedule is subject to change depending on the number of final entries.
6. Competition Rules The Fencing competition of the 18th Asian Games will be held in accordance with the Rules and Regulations for Fencing of the Federation InternationaleD’Escrime (FIE), in force during the Games time. In case of any disagreement in the language interpretation of the rules and regulations, the French version shall prevail. Any unforeseen cases not covered by the regulations and rules shall be resolved as follows: • General issues : Resolved in accordance with the OCA Constitution and Rules • Technical issues : Resolved in accordance with the FIE Rules and Regulations Page 28 of 32 7. Competition Format 7.1 Individual Events The individual competition shall be conducted in one (1) or more rounds of Preliminaries, eliminating 20 percent. Poules based on direct elimination will be established according to the FIE Official Ranking.
7.2 Team Events Team competition will be limited to one team per NOC for each weapon. The names of the four fencers from each NOC will be announced before the start of each event and then cannot be changed. The technical delegate will arrange the seeding of the teams, taking into account the results achieved by competitors representing each NOC participating in the individual event. The competition of team events will be held in the format of direct elimination. 8. Sport Entries 8.1 Eligibility • Only OCA Member NOCs are entitled to send athletes to participate in the Fencing competition of the 18th Asian Games. • Only athletes who comply with the OCA Constitution and Rules and its Bye-law are entitled to participate in the Fencing competition.
8.2 Entry Timeline • Entry by Sport – Deadline : 24:00 March 9, 2018 • Entry by Number – Deadline : 24:00 April 30, 2018 Page 29 of 32 • Entry by Name – Deadline : 24:00 June 30, 2018 8.3 Entry Policies • Individual Events:Each NOC may enter a maximum of two (2) athletes in each event. • Team Events:Each NOC may enter one (1) team in each event. A team should consist of four (4) athletes including one (1) substitute. • Total:Each NOC may enter a maximum of twelve (12) men and twelve (12) women athletes in Fencing. ※NOCs that withdraw their athletes or teams after the submission of the final entries by name and Team Sport Draw will be faced with disciplinary action by the OCA EB. 9. Technical Officials
9.1. Technical Officials & Jury of Appeal Technical Officials, FIE certified, shall be appointed or recommended by Fencing Confederationof Asia (FCA). FCA is responsible for assigning a total of twenty-eight (28) international technical officials(ITOs), including six (6) technical officials [one (1) Technical Delegate; three (3) members of the Directoire Technique – one (1) is a Indonesian member and the other two (2) are international-; one (1) FCA Referee Commission Delegate; and one (1) FCA SEMI Commission Delegate); (1) Protocol Officer; fourteen (14) international referees of Asia; three
(3) neutral international referees; three (3) Indonesian international referees; and one (1) medical delegate. Page 30 of 32 ※AF/IF has the right to appoint the Technical Delegate and ITOs in coordination and approval of OCA. In case of violation of the IF/AF Rules and Games Rules and Regulations by any participant, the OCA has the right to revoke the AD Card and propose change of the person to the concerned party.
10.Technical Meeting • Date : 1 (one) day before competition • Time and Place : Venue by Federation
11.Protests and Appeals Appeals against the decision of a referee should be made by the fencers or their team captains only to the referee. If the referee maintains his/her decision, the complaint shall then be referred to the Referee delegate. All appeals related to the technical sides will be the responsibilities of the International and Asia Federations. ※Any Athlete/NOC can appeal to CAS, in case he feels that there is violation of IF/AF Technical Rules or OCA Constitution which is not related to reversing the decision of the referee or result.
12.Equipment and Clothing Equipment used and clothing worn by athletes and other relevant participants in competition must comply with the rules and regulations of the OCA, FIE and FCA in force. Neither athletes nor technical officials can attach any form of commercial advertising to his or her competition uniform without prior agreement with OCA and INASGOC.
13.Doping Control Page 31 of 32 Doping Control during the 18th Asian Games will be conducted in accordance with OCA Anti-Doping Rules applicable to the Asian Games and will follow the standards and procedures under the World Anti – Doping programme.INASGOC, in collaboration with the medical committee of the OCA will have in place the resources to assist in the investigation of any cases of disorders of sexual determination, should the need arise. The need for such tests and the processes to be followed will be as per the rules/procedures laid down by the OCA. 14.
Victory Ceremony Gold, silver and two bronze medals will be awarded to the athletes/teams ranked the top three of each event respectively. Preparation for Victory Ceremony will commence as soon as the final results are announced. The ceremony will take place in front of the VIP stand. Medals, flowers and medal presenters will enter the field of play and take their positions. Fencers will be escorted to the podium. 15.Media Interview All athletes should pass through the Mixed Zone. Athletes and/or coaches should attend press conferences and interviews when there are interview requests for them. 16.Sport Information Center (SIC) All sport-specific information for Fencing will be available at the sport information desks. They are located at the competition venue and at the Sport Information Center in the Athletes’ Village. Page 32 of 32 IV. General Competition Schedule
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