Cycling: official game rules briefly
Cycling is a combination of sports disciplines related to cycling at certain distances. Today, cycling includes many subspecies, for example, race on the track and highway, mountain races, competitions on…

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Cross Country: The Official Game Rules Briefly
Cross-country is one of the most popular and interesting mountain bike disciplines. Racing in this sport takes place on rough terrain with long ascents and descents, numerous technical and high-speed sections. The…

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Kayaking and Canoeing: Official Game Rules Briefly
Kayaking and canoeing is one of the most popular types of rowing and is included in the main program of the Olympic Games. The largest competitions in this sport are held…

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Darts: official game rules briefly

Darts is a whole complex of games whose goal is to throw darts at a round target on the wall. Do not confuse with other games where you need to throw other objects at different targets, including dynamic ones. Today, darts is a standardized game with specific rules and inventory requirements.

Darts is considered a national game in the Netherlands, Great Britain, Scandinavia and the USA. It is mainly distributed in gaming establishments and pubs, which makes it accessible to all segments of the population. Currently, you can easily find and buy a set of targets and darts to practice safely at home. Many professional gamblers quit darts in a garage or pub as real darts experts. Continue reading

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 “ski track on a slope.” The essence of classic slalom is the descent from the mountain along the track on special skis.

All international competitions in this discipline are supervised by the International Ski Federation (FIS). In addition, she is responsible for amending and approving new skiing regulations. The foundation date of the federation is 1924. At first, the FIS headquarters was located in France, but then was moved to Switzerland. Today, the organization includes over 120 national and regional alpine skiing federations. Continue reading

Kayaking and Canoeing: Official Game Rules Briefly

Kayaking and canoeing is one of the most popular types of rowing and is included in the main program of the Olympic Games. The largest competitions in this sport are held under the auspices of the ICF. The International Canoe Federation is the leading organization in the development of kayaking and canoeing. She is responsible for all official international competitions, including the World Cup, European and World Championships.

IKF headquarters is located in Lausanne. The canoe competition center is based there, which all national federations are subordinate to. For example, in Russia, the All-Russian Canoe and Kayak Federation is considered the representative of ICF. Continue reading

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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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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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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…

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Water polo: official game rules briefly
Water polo today is not only an independent sport, but also an Olympic discipline. Two teams take part in the match, which vie in throwing the ball into the goal…

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