About PERDAMA

PERDAMA is a shortform of PERsatuan menDAyung MAlaysia or in English; Malaysian Rowing Association. We are one of the sports, Non-Government Organization (NGO) in Malaysia. Our center is at the Empangan Batu, Gombak, Selangor, about 20 km from Kuala Lumpur City.

EMBLEM, FLAG AND MOTTO

EMBLEM

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          Lambang Persatuan adalah berasaskan kepada Bendera Malaysia yang mana terdapat gambar seorang sedang mendayung (rowing) – Single Scull berbaju merah dan berseluar biru yang mengambil warna asas Bendera Malaysia serta terdapat perkataan PERDAMA berwarna biru yang bermaksud PERSATUAN MENDAYUNG MALAYSIA didukungi oleh dua bilah pendayung (oars) yang melambangkan kegiatan Sukan Mendayung (Rowing) di Malaysia. Perkataan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia adalah menunjukkan bahawa Persatuan ini telah ditubuhkan di Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. Keseluruhan lambang ini berlatar belakangkan warna putih yang membawa erti kesucian dan keihklasan di dalam mendukung Persatuan demi untuk perkembangan Sukan Mendayung (Rowing) di Malaysia.

FLAG

         Our flag is the emblem in the middle with white background.

MOTTO

         “MAJU PERDAMA - MAJU SUKAN ROWING”

         Ini membawa erti dan Insya Allah sekiranya Persatuan berjaya dimajukan bermakna Sukan Mendayung (Rowing) juga akan maju bersama.

PERDAMA COMMITTEE MEMBER 2014/15

President : Abdul Malik Hj. Abdul Ghani  abdul_malik.jpg

Vice President I : Zainudin Md. Shahor

Vice President II : Mohd Hisham Mohd Zain

General Secretary : Muhamad Hasnul Aizam Bakin

Asst General Secretary : Rustardza Ramli

Treasurer : Abd Malik Saidin

Committee Member

  1. Abdul Halim Aziz
  2. Norhadi Ishari
  3. Ahmad Nizam Mohd Esman
  4. Azlei Abd Jalil
  5. Sallehudin Hassan
  6. Asmawi Kulup Lam
  7. Abdul Malek Mahamud
  8. Hakimi Md. Hashim
  9. Hussaini Nordin Ali

Auditors

  1. Mohd Hafiz Mohd Nasir
  2. Mohd Helmi Jamil

What is Rowing ?

Rowing is the propulsion of a displacement boat, with or without coxswain, by the muscular force of one or more rowers, using oars as simple levers of the second order and sitting with their backs to the direction of movement of the boat.

In a rowing boat, all load bearing parts including the axes of moving parts, must be firmly fixed to the body of the boat, but the rower's seat may move along the axis of the boat.