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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Biathlon: official game rules briefly
Biathlon is one of the most famous and respected winter sports, which is included in the program of the Olympic Games. This discipline successfully combines skiing and rifle shooting. Today,…

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Basketball 3 on 3: the official rules of the game briefly
Basketball 3 on 3 is a team sport, implying a confrontation between two teams. Fights are held on 1/2 of the standard basketball court. A mandatory requirement is the presence…

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Grappling: official game rules briefly

Grappling is a fighting technique that does not include the use of weapons and striking. To date, there are two versions of the full definition of this discipline:

  1. This is a melee style using grips, which is the exact opposite of striking techniques such as boxing, kickboxing, etc.
  2. This is a kind of martial arts, which combines the technique of all effective wrestling disciplines.

In both cases, we are talking about wrestling fights with minimal restrictions in terms of asphyxiation and painful techniques. The goal of grappling is positional dominance over an opponent. For successful receptions and throws, wrestlers receive points, on the basis of which a victory is awarded to one of them. Continue reading

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 rapidly, not only in Asia and Russia, but also around the world.

Basic Rules

Official kudo competitions are held in 3 age categories:

  • boys and girls (12 to 15 years old);
  • junior rank (from 16 to 17 years old);
  • men and women (18 years and older).

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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.

Today, rowing is widespread in Western Europe, Russia, Australia, New Zealand and the USA. Continue reading

Boxing: official game rules briefly
Boxing is a contact sport that belongs to the category of martial arts. The essence of discipline is inflicting punches with special gloves on the opponent. The name of this…

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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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Cricket: official game rules briefly
Cricket is a non-contact team sport that falls into the category of bat and ball games. A cricket match is a competition between two teams, which include 11 players each. The fights…

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Grappling: official game rules briefly
Grappling is a fighting technique that does not include the use of weapons and striking. To date, there are two versions of the full definition of this discipline: This is a…

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