Posté 20 décembre 2012 - 10:47
Posté 20 décembre 2012 - 11:28
There were some great sports on display, Kabbadi being one of them.
The one that sticks in my memory was of about 50 men all wearing "traditional" clothing, 3/4 length white loose cotton smock type tops over baggy white cotton trousers, standing in a circle chanting and clapping in unison and at seemingly random moments two guys, one from each side of the circle would rush to the centre, slap each other about the head, shoulders and upper body while the rest of the group went mad clapping, screaming, cheering etc and then they's turn round and go back to their places.
To this day I have no idea what it was about, whether you scored points, if it was a team activity or individual or what but I have seldom been so entertained or seen participants so clearly enjoying themselves.
Posté 20 décembre 2012 - 11:40
Ce message a été modifié par Futtocks - 20 décembre 2012 - 11:41 .
"Perhaps it would be better that future criticism of sports be made on the narrow basis of what is being discussed, without reference to other sports, unless those sports offer a solution to the problem in hand." - Brian 'Pigface' Moore
"What happens in rugby union? A player takes the ball, moves forward a little and gets tackled. A whole load of players then roll about on the ground. Pheep! The referee gives a penalty." - Simon Barnes
Posté 21 décembre 2012 - 11:20
That's what I think. However, when I watched the way Ikram Butt avoided tackles, I often wondered if he got the technique from playing Kabaddi.
It's basically tig with knobs on.
Ce message a été modifié par Trojan - 21 décembre 2012 - 11:21 .
Posté 21 décembre 2012 - 03:30
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