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…

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Fight: official game rules briefly
Wrestling is classified as martial arts. The competition is a hand-to-hand fight between two athletes who are trying to knock each other off their feet. The participant of the fight…

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Alpine skiing: the official rules of the game in brief
Alpine skiing is a special descent from the snowy slopes. This discipline is traditionally very developed in countries such as Italy, Switzerland, Austria, France, Germany and the USA. In Russia, it is…

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Speed ​​skating: official game rules briefly

Speed ​​skating is a sports discipline that is included in the mandatory program of the Winter Olympics (OI). The goal of speed skating on ice is to quickly overcome the established distance in a vicious circle. Today, speed skating can be classic or in the form of a short track. Each type of discipline has its own requirements and nuances.

In order to learn how to understand speed skating and to successfully bet on relevant competitions in the future, it is recommended that you familiarize yourself with their rules and the main “pitfalls” in detail. Continue reading

Discus: official game rules briefly

Discus throwing belongs to the category of athletics disciplines. The meaning of this sport is to throw at a range of a special projectile – the disk. This requires athletes to quickly coordinate their movements and excellent physical fitness.

Rules and requirements

Participants in official competitions must perform a throw from a circle with a diameter of 2.5 m. The throw distance is calculated from the outer circumference of the zone to the first point of the disc’s fall. The standard projectile weight for men is 2 kg, for women – 1 kg, for juniors – 1.5 kg. The diameter of the disc is 20 cm for men and 18 cm for women. Continue reading

Open water swimming: official game rules briefly

Swimming is a universal sport that is not only suitable for professionals, but also useful to all people. Competitions in this discipline involve overcoming various swimming distances in the least amount of time. Today, most tournaments are held in pools, but there are also swimming in open water. Its feature is speed sailing in water bodies that meet certain requirements.

FINA organizes international open water swimming tournaments. This International Swimming Federation was founded in June 1908 in London. Today its headquarters is located in Lausanne (Switzerland), and the organization itself includes more than 200 national federations of representative countries. In Europe, the European Swimming League (LEN) is coordinating the development of this discipline. Similar structures operate in each confederation. In Russia, the All-Russian Swimming Federation is engaged in popularizing open water swimming at a professional level. Continue reading

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Premier League - the best tournament in Europe or a successful advertising company?
Among all the top European leagues, the English Premier League, the main football tournament in England, enjoys particular popularity and authority among fans. This is not only a sporting event,…

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Badminton: official game rules briefly
Badminton is the official sports discipline, which since 1992 has been included in the program of the Olympic Games. The essence of the game is to throw the shuttlecock through…

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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…

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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,…

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