Kudo: official game rules briefly
Kudo, aka diko juku, is a modern, full-contact martial art that is dynamic and versatile. The discipline is based on elements and traditions of judo, karate and Thai boxing. Kudo is developing…

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Handball: official game rules briefly
Handball is a team Olympic sport where matches are held with a special ball in the format of 7 for 7 players. The peculiarity of the game is that the…

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Aikido: official game rules briefly
Aikido is a modern complex of Japanese spiritual and physical practices, invented by master Ueshiba as a synthesis of martial arts, religious beliefs and philosophy. The name of this discipline consists…

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Equestrian eventing: official rules of the game briefly

Equestrian eventing is a type of equestrian sport, the peculiarity of which is the combination of three separate disciplines:

  • riding arena;
  • cross country;
  • show jumping.

Each stage of the competition is traditionally held on different days. Participants must pass all trials on the same horses, therefore, endurance of an animal and a trainer are equally important in triathlon. On the first day there is a demonstration of horse discipline, on the second – its speed, endurance and jumping ability when overcoming barriers, the third day it checks the horse’s performance in difficult field conditions. Continue reading

Karate: official game rules briefly

Karate (karate-do) is a Japanese martial art, which is a unique system of combining defense and attack techniques. The name of the discipline translates as “empty hand.” It was approved in 1935. Later, the ending “before” was added to the name, which from the Japanese language means “road”, “direction”. Thus, the full name of this martial art can be translated as the “path of the empty hand” of a fighter in philosophical understanding. In this context, the road to self-improvement of the mind and body is meant.

Styles and Directions

Today, experts identify 3 areas of karate: Continue reading

Cycling Freeride: official game rules briefly

Freeride is a certain style of cycling, which is represented by the same discipline in the cycling program. The name is borrowed from the English phrase “free ride”, which translates as “free ride”. Modern freeriding involves cycling along difficult natural and artificial tracks with many different obstacles.

For successful movement, the rider needs special technical training and a special bike. Nevertheless, this sport is suitable for both professionals and amateurs.

Freeride tournaments are held without the intervention of the International Cycling Union. Today, the largest competitions in this discipline are financed by well-known companies that produce sports equipment, gear, bicycles and traditionally are sponsors of major international tournaments in various sports. The more impressive the prize pool of the championship, the higher its prestige. However, there is no need to talk about any systematic nature. The holding of freeride championships is entirely dependent on the priorities and desire of the sponsors. Continue reading

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Athletics: official game rules briefly
Track and field athletics refers to the Olympic sports and includes such disciplines as: Walking cross-country views; all-around; jumping throwing; crosses, etc. Today, athletics is considered one of the most…


Short-distance running: the official rules of the game briefly
Track and field running in athletics is called sprinting. Competitions take place mainly on the track of the stadium. Classic sprint distances - up to 400 meters. The Olympic program…


Long-distance running: the official rules of the game briefly
Long-distance running is a combination of running athletics disciplines at different distances. Depending on the tournament regulations, the distance for running can be 3000 meters, and 5000, and more. Races…


Equestrian sport: official game rules briefly
Equestrian sport is a general term that combines several methods of riding a horse at once. This also includes a number of official and alternative types of competitions, exercises and games…