BMX freestyle: official game rules briefly
Freestyle BMX is today considered one of the most developing extreme disciplines in the world. The essence of the competition lies in performing various tricks on special BMX class bikes. Currently, tournaments…

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Volleyball: official rules of the game briefly
Volleyball belongs to the category of team sports. The essence of the game is the confrontation of two teams in a special area, which is divided by a grid. Opponents must direct…

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Alpine skiing slalom: official game rules briefly
Slalom is one of the main disciplines of skiing, which is included in the program of the Winter Olympic Games. Its name comes from the Norwegian word "slalam", which translates as…

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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

Rowing academic: official game rules briefly

Rowing is rightfully included in one of the most interesting and complex cyclic water sports. Its essence is that athletes must paddle in special boats, using only the muscles of their arms, legs and back. At the same time, they must go the entire distance with their backs forward. This sport should not be confused with canoeing and kayaking, where the rowers sit mainly facing forward, and the technique of movement is different.

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Judo: official game rules briefly

Judo is a type of Japanese martial arts without weapons, which represents a whole philosophical trend. Literally, the name can be translated as “soft path” or “flexible path”. The rules and principles of the discipline were formulated by the Japanese martial artist Kano back in the late 19th century. Today, judo is practiced by tens of millions of people around the world.

General principles

Unlike karate and boxing, judo throws are considered to be throws, deductions, painful techniques and strangulation. Fighters learn dangerous methods and strikes only within the framework of the kata, where the main goal of the methods is to train the accuracy of movements, and not harm the health of the enemy. Judo is distinguished from any other type of wrestling by its minimal use of physical force and a wide variety of technical actions. Continue reading


Billiards is a board game that has a number of variations with its own rules. A characteristic feature of billiard games is the movement of balls on a special table…

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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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Curling: official game rules briefly
Curling is a team sport that takes place on an ice field. Two teams compete in the duel, the participants of which must launch special heavy granite shells along the ice…

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Long Jump: The Official Game Rules Briefly
Long jumps are a special kind of technical category of the athletics program, which refers to horizontal jumps. They require athletes to maximize jumping ability, mastery of their own body, developed…

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