Confederation of Asia Roller Sports

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The Confederation of Asia Roller Sports (CARS) is the main roller skating organization of Asia. The CARS is part of the International Roller Sports Federation, or FIRS. Varieties of skating governed by the CARS include:

One of the most important events organized by CARS is the Roller Hockey Asia Cup.

President of the Confederation of Asian Roller Sports (CARS)
Guo Min
9, Tiyuguan Road
Beijing 100763
People's Republic of China

Asian Roller Sports Championship[edit]

Asian Roller Sports Championship is one of the biggest event in Asian Region For Roller Sport, it started in 1985, it is held every 2 years. The Confederation of Asia Roller Sports (CARS) is the main roller skating organization of Asia. The CARS is part of the International Roller Sports Federation, or FIRS. Varieties of skating governed by the CARS include:

One of the most important events organized by CARS is the Roller Hockey Asia Cup and Inline Hockey Asia Cup.

Championships[edit]

Categories:

  • 1-Speed Skating
  • 2-Freestyle Skating
  • 3-Artistic Skating
  • 4-Roller Hockey(Rink Hockey)
  • 5-Inline Hockey
No. Year Host City, Country
1 1985 Asian Roller Sports Championships Japan , Japan
2 1987 Asian Roller Sports Championships
3 1989 Asian Roller Sports Championships
4 1991 Asian Roller Sports Championships
5 1993 Asian Roller Sports Championships
6 1995 Asian Roller Sports Championships
7 1997 Asian Roller Sports Championships South Korea Kangnung, South Korea
8 1999 Asian Roller Sports Championships China Shanghai, China
9 2001 Asian Roller Sports Championships Chinese Taipei Taitung, Chinese Taipei
10 2004 Asian Roller Sports Championships Japan Akita, Japan
11 2005 Asian Roller Sports Championships South Korea Jeonju, South Korea
12 2006 Asian Roller Sports Championships Chinese Taipei Kaohsiung, Chinese Taipei
13 2008 Asian Roller Sports Championships China Haining, China
14 2010 Asian Roller Sports Championships Chinese Taipei Kaoshiung, Chinese Taipei
15 2012 Asian Roller Sports Championships China Hefei, China
16 2014 Asian Roller Sports Championships China Haining, China
17 2016 Asian Roller Sports Championships China Lishui, China

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