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Common Referee Signals
Two or three umpires govern the
|Unit 1||Covid-19 Risk Mitigation Strategies|
|Module 2||Welcome to USBOXLA|
|Unit 1||Official US Box Lacrosse Association (USBOXLA) Rule and Situational Book|
|Unit 2||Officiating Program Overview|
|Module 3||Risk Management|
|Unit 1||Sexual/Physical Abuse and Harassment|
|Unit 2||Pre-Game: Checking Myself|
|Unit 3||Pre-Game: Checking the Game Sheet|
|Unit 4||Pre-Game: Checking the Gameplay Area|
|Unit 5||Risk Management and Required Equipment|
|Unit 6||Pre-Game Duties: Why are they important?|
|Unit 7||Risk Management Pop Quiz|
|Module 4||The Game|
|Unit 1||The Art of Officiating|
|Unit 2||Goaltending Equipment|
|Unit 1||Positioning Overview|
|Unit 2||Positioning/Mechanics – Face-off|
|Unit 3||Positioning – Transition Down the Floor|
|Unit 4||Positioning – Goal Scored|
|Unit 5||Positioning – Penalty Called by L/O|
|Unit 6||Positioning – Penalty Called by T/O|
|Unit 1||Penalties – Calling Penalties|
|Unit 2||Coincidental and Multiple Penalties|
|Unit 3||Penalties – Types of Penalties|
|Unit 4||Penalties – Minor Interference|
|Unit 5||Penalties – Minor Penalties|
|Unit 6||Penalties – Major Penalties|
|Unit 7||Penalties – Match Penalty (MP)|
|Unit 8||Penalties – Game Ejection|
|Unit 9||Penalties – Infraction Chart|
|Module 7||A Closer Look at the Penalties|
|Unit 1||Penalties – Butt Ending (BE)|
|Unit 2||Penalties – Bench Penalties (BM)|
|Unit 3||Penalties – Boarding (BRD)|
|Unit 4||Penalties – Cross Checking (CC)|
|Unit 5||Penalties – Check From Behind (CFB)|
|Unit 6||Penalties – Charging (CHG)|
|Unit 7||Penalties – Delay of Game (DG)|
|Unit 8||Penalties – Elbowing (EB)|
|Unit 9||Penalties – Fighting (MP)|
|Unit 10||Penalties – Handball (HB)|
|Unit 11||Penalties – Holding (HLD)|
|Unit 12||Penalties – High Stick (HS)|
|Unit 13||Penalties – Interference/Goalie Interference (INT)|
|Unit 14||Penalties – Roughing (RGH)|
|Unit 15||Penalties – Slashing (SL)|
|Unit 16||Penalties – Spearing (SP)|
|Unit 17||Penalties – Too Many Players (TMP)|
|Unit 18||Penalties – Tripping (TR)|
|Unit 19||Penalties-Dead Ball Contact|
|Unit 20||You Make the Call Quizz|
|Unit 1||Signals – Why and How|
|Unit 2||Signals – Do you Know Your Signals? 21 Signals|
|Module 9||Crease Play|
|Unit 1||Crease Play|
|Module 10||Game Situations|
|Unit 1||Face-Off Mechanics|
|Unit 2||Place and Push vs Cross Check|
|Unit 3||Minor Interference|
|Unit 5||Restarting play after Crease Violation|
|Unit 6||30 Second Shot Clock|
|Unit 7||Ball Off Goaltender’s Mask|
|Unit 8||Time Outs|
|Unit 9||Last Minute of Game|
|Unit 10||Penalty Shots & Shootout Procedures|
|Module 11||Video Play Calling|
|Unit 1||Video Questions – You Make the Call|
|Module 12||Final Thoughts|
|Unit 2||Final Exam|
|Unit 3||Official USBOXLA Referee Uniform|
Lacrosse 101 – McKinney Lacrosse
Personal Fouls such as slashing, tripping, cross-checking, unnecessary roughness, and unsportsmanlike conduct are major violations. The official determines the length of the penalty, which ranges from one to three minutes.
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Procedure Fouls are minor infractions that lead to a 30-second penalty. These fouls include crease violation, offsides, interference, holding, illegal screens, illegal procedure, stalling, and warding off. A player is ejected from the remainder of the game if he commits five fouls.
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Additionally, players can be ejected from the game for fighting, playing too violently, or arguing with an official. Two to Three officials—a referee, umpire, and field judge—usually govern the game to ensure fair and safe play. Any violation of the rules results in a penalty. A player called for a foul is sent to the penalty box and his team must play without that player, or man down, until the penalty is over or the opposition scores. If the defensive team commits a penalty when the opposing team has the ball, play is allowed to continue until the opponent loses possession of the ball, at which time the penalty is enforced. This delayed penalty is called a slow whistle and allows the offense to maintain its advantage.
Glossary of Words You May Hear in the Stands from the Field
- Body Check: Contact from the front that is permitted between the shoulders and waist when an opponent has possession or is within five yards of a loose ball.
- Clamp: Quickly covering the ball with the backside of the head of the stick during a face-off.
- Clearing: Transferring the ball from the defensive half of the field across the midfield line.
- Cradle: Running with the stick in either one or both hands in a manner that keeps the ball in the pocket.
- Cutting/Cutter: When an attacker runs toward the goal to receive a pass and take a clear shot.
- Face-off: A player from each team stands face-to-face with their sticks on the ground along the centerline. The official places the ball between the two stick heads and blows the whistle. The two players then attempt to gain control of the ball using their sticks. Typical face-off moves include the clamp and rake. If a penalty is called before or during a face-off, possession goes to the opposing team.
- Fake: To make a throwing motion with the stick just before shooting it to deceive the goalie.
- Fast Break: When the offense exploits an unsettled defense with a quick transition downfield. Many goals are scored this way.
- Feed: Passing the ball to a player to create a scoring opportunity.
- Ground Ball: A loose ball that is on the ground. Players scoop the ball with the stick to pick it up.
- Illegal Body Check: A late hit, or contact from behind, above the shoulders, or below the waist.
- Interference: Limiting the free movement of an opponent who does not have possession of the ball and is not within five yards of a loose ball.
- Isolation: Offensive players clear out of the way to allow an opening for a teammate to drive towards the goal with the ball.
- Loose Ball: Ball not controlled by a player (e.g. on the ground or in the air).
- Man-Down: When the defense is at a disadvantage due to a penalty. Also called penalty kill.
- Man-to-Man Defense: Each player guards one specific player. Each defenseman matches up with an attacker, and each midfielder matches up with an opposing midfielder.
- Man-Up: When the offense has an advantage following a penalty. Also called a power play.
- Offsides: Violation called when a team has fewer than four players on its defensive side of the field, or fewer than three players on its attacking side.
- On-the-Fly: Substituting during play. When one player exits the field through the penalty box, another can enter.
- Pick: Attackers or middies stand in a position to block the path of a teammate’s defender to create space for the teammate to receive a pass.
- Pushing: Illegal shoving of an opponent from behind.
- Rake: Face-off move in which a player sweeps the ball to the side for a teammate to pick up.
- Release: When a penalized player re-enters the game.
- Riding: Attempting to prevent a team from clearing the ball.
- Scoop: Picking up a ground ball in the crosse pocket.
- Screen: Offensive player stands outside the crease in front of the goalie to block the goalie’s view.
- Slashing: Illegal stick check to the body of a player that results in a personal foul.
- Slow Whistle: Permitting play to continue during a penalty until the offense loses possession of the ball to allow an offense to maintain its advantage.
- Stalling: Intentionally holding the ball without advancing toward the goal.
- Stick Check: Defenders attempt to dislodge the ball from an opponent’s stick by executing a poke check or a slap check.
- Tripping: Impeding an opponent at or below the waist and causing him to fall.
- Unnecessary Roughness: Excessively violent and usually calculated contact to the opposition.
- Unsportsmanlike Conduct: Physical or verbal actions considered to be abusive, obscene, or threatening by a game official.
- Warding Off: While in possession of the ball, using a free hand to control an opponent’s stick or body.
- Zone Defense: Strategy in which players defend a specific part of the field, close to the goal, instead of guarding a single opponent.
HONOR THE GAME – Inspirational insight for players
Walk silently onto clamorous fields, and remember the advantage that comes from quiet confidence. As best you can, without surrender, be of good will toward all opponents. Win quietly and decisively; and honor all teams and players, even those who are of lesser skill and experience. They too love the game. Avoid loud and unsportsmanlike people. They are vexations to the spirit of Lacrosse.
If you compare your game or success with others, you may become vain or bitter; for always there will be greater and lesser players than yourself. Enjoy the wins as well as personal achievements in the game. Be aware of every success as you learn and play the game, however small; those moments will always be yours in the changing fortunes of teams and players.
Exercise caution when choosing heroes, buying equipment or believing rumors, for the world is full of trickery. But let not this blind you to what virtue there is; many persons strive for high ideals, the game is full of heroism and honesty. Play your game. Accept winning and its rewards. Don’t be afraid to lose, for as important as any game is there will almost always be another. As you get older use your experience to dominate, gracefully surrendering the speed and strength of youth.
Nurture strength of spirit needed to lose even the biggest games with class and dignity. But never expect to lose. Many games are lost before they are played. Beyond trying as hard as you can all of the time, don’t take losing to heart. You are a lacrosse player, no less than any; you have a right to be on the field. And whether or not it is clear to you, no doubt the experience of every victory and defeat will make you a better player and a better person.
Therefore, be at peace with the game, whatever you conceive it to be. And whatever your labors and aspirations in lacrosse, keep anchored in your family, education and career. For as much as we love the game, after devastating injury or loss, it’s important to already know that there’s more to life than lacrosse. Play hard.
Enjoy the game.
Fouls and Penalties – Indiana Lacrosse Officials Association
There are two kinds of fouls in lacrosse: technical fouls and personal fouls. Technical fouls are less serious; personal fouls often concern safety and consequently are penalized more harshly. Officials may give some latitude based on the level of play and the force behind any contact.
If team A commits a technical foul while possessing the ball, the official will stop the play and award the ball to team B. In this case, there is no penalty time to be served. These are known as Possession Fouls, i.e. the fouled team gains possession of the ball as a result of the foul.
If team A commits a technical foul while the ball is loose, the official will yell “Play On” and hold up his hand. If team B does not gain possession of the ball during play within the next few seconds, the official will blow the whistle and award the ball to team B. This rule, similar to that in soccer, allows the team that was fouled to maintain any advantage it had without disrupting the flow of the game.
No penalty flag is dropped for possession fouls.
Time Serving Fouls
Time serving fouls occur when (1) a technical foul is committed against a team that has possession of the ball or (2) when a personal foul is committed. The offending team must play without that player for a specified period of time (“man down”). Penalty times for technical fouls are always 30 seconds; penalty times for personal fouls are 1, 2, or 3 minutes, depending on the severity of the foul. Ejections are 3-minute violations, and are served by the “in-home” player, the first attackman listed in the scorebook.
If team A has the ball in possession and team B commits a technical foul, the referee will signal the foul by throwing a yellow flag and calling out “Flag Down”. Play continues until (1) the ball becomes loose, (2) there is a penalty against the offended team, (3) there is a goal scored, or (4) team A brings the ball out of the attack area.
If team A scores a goal with the flag down and the penalty is a technical foul, the goal counts and the foul is disregarded. However, if the penalty is a personal foul, the penalty is enforced.
When a time serving foul is called, the referee stops play at the appropriate time and signals to the scoring table the foul and the amount of time to be served. The offending player goes directly to the penalty area and takes a knee beside the bench to serve the penalty time. His team must then play “man down” for the time he is in the penalty area. The player is released from the area when his time expires or the opposing team scores a goal. The exception to this is a “non-releasable penalty”. The player serving a non-releasable penalty must serve his entire penalty time. These fouls are considered more serious in nature.
Using the stick to hit any part of an opponent’s body except for the gloved hand is considered a slash. It must be a definitive blow. However, swinging the stick in a reckless manner, even if contact does not occur can also be called as a slash. If the player moves in a way such that he causes his opponent to hit part of his body, it is not considered a slash. While stick-to-helmet contact is often easy to identify because of the sound, not every contact is considered a slash. Officials must consider who initiates the contact and whether it is a blow.
Illegal Body Check
Illegal body checks include the following:
- Checking an opponent who is more than five yards from a loose ball.
- Initiating contact above the neck or below the waist
- Checking an opponent who has any body part other than his two feet on the ground.
- Hitting an opponent from the rear.
- Initiating a check with one hand on the stick.
- Spearing (leading with the helmet).
If a player turns just before he is checked, the check is considered legal in most cases
Checking with the part of the stick between the hands, with positive outward action, is a cross check.
Checks to the Head and Neck
Cross checks and illegal body checks to an opposing player’s head or neck are penalized more severely. Those checks result in penalties of 2-3 minutes and are non-releasable. Some slashes to the head/neck may also be called non-releasable.
This involves any player making a particularly violent hold, push, or body check. It may also be a player, when he knows a pick has been set, intentionally running through a pick with violent contact to the screening player.
Foul language, taunting, arguing with referees. These penalties are non-releasable and range from one to three minutes. A player or coach receiving a second USC is ejected from the game. A player’s penalty time for a second offense iss automatically 3 minutes.
As mentioned previously, technical fouls are less severe than personal fouls and result in a change in possession or a 30 second penalty. Some technical violations are black and white in nature – like stepping on/over a line – while others require judgment. Officials assess many of the violations listed below based on advantage/disadvantage. In other words, did the offender create an unfair advantage for himself? Did he unfairly disadvantage his opponent?
Pushing involves shoving an opposing player from the rear. Only equal pressure is allowed. Players may be pushed from the front or the side if they are within five yards of a loose ball or in possession of the ball.
You can hold the ball carrier’s stick with your stick, unless you pin it to his body. You can hold his body with your body, as long as it’s from the front and your hands are on your stick. If you hold his body with your stick or a free hand it’s a penalty. Same goes for grabbing his stick with your hand.
A player may hold the opponent from the side or rear if the opponent is within five yards of a loose ball or is in possession of the ball. A player may also hold the crosse of his opponent with his crosse if the opponent has possession of the ball or is within five yards of a loose ball.
An offensive player in possession of the ball may not use his free hand or other parts of his body to try to direct the crosse of his opponent’s stick check or the body of an opponent. He may hold his arm out in a stationary position to block checks.
This penalty is a catch-all for several minor infractions, including face off violations, substitution infractions, etc.
Offensive players may set screens as in basketball by standing motionless. The screening player must hold his crosse vertically and may not lean out to make contact. To be an illegal screen, CONTACT WITH THE OPPOSING TEAM MUST BE MADE.
It is illegal to block the free movement of players who do not have the ball or who are not within five yards of the ball. It is also illegal to interfere with the goalie while he is in the crease.
Withholding the Ball from Play
It is illegal to keep the ball from play by holding a clamped crosse over the ball, standing or lying on the ball, or holding the crosse against the body so the ball cannot come out freely.
Similar to Unsportsmanlike Conduct, only less severe.
PENALITIES – Mad Dogs Lax
In the game of lacrosse there are both personal and technical fouls. A personal foul typically results in a one-minute penalty, although three-minute penalties can be imposed. Generally, a player with five personal fouls will be ejected from the game. Technical fouls typically result in a 30-second penalty if the team against whom the penalty was committed was in possession of the ball at the time of the penalty, and loss of possession of the ball if they did not have possession at the time of the penalty. Although the rules vary by age group, below is an explanation of some of the more common penalties.
Cross-Checking: Occurs when a player checks an opponent using the portion of the stick that is in between his hands.
Illegal Stick: If a player’s stick is too short (generally less than 40″) or his pocket is too deep.
Illegal Body Check: This penalty can be called in a number of situations including (1) when a player checks an opponent who does not have the ball and is more than five yards away from a loose ball, (2) a check delivered after the opponent has passed or shot the ball, (3) checking an opponent from behind or below the waist, and (4) checking a player above the shoulders.
Slashing: Involves a hard stick check that makes contact with any area of the opponent with the ball other than his gloves or his stick. Slashing will also be called when the defending player hits the opposing player in the head with his stick.
Tripping: Typically occurs when a player uses his stick to trip an opponent who is in possession of the ball.
Holding: Where a player impedes the movement of an opponent or the opponent’s stick.
Interference: When a player interferes with the free movement of an opponent who is not in possession of the ball. Is often called when a player does not remain completely still when setting a pick.
Pushing: Occurs when a player shoves an opponent from behind.
Stalling: Occurs when a team intentionally holds the ball, without going towards the goal, with the intention of running time off the clock.
Warding: Where a player in possession of the ball uses his free arm to hold or push-off of the opponent playing defense against him.
For more information on referee signals visit NCAA Officals Lacrosse Signals
Lax 101 – Campbell Lady Spartan Lacrosse
Whether you are new to the game or just need a refresher on the rules, the following basic info will have you understanding what’s happening on the field in no time.
Basic Rules of the Game
For more detailed rules visit 2015 Rule Book
- Before the game begins, the umpires check every stick for legality. The most common illegality in a stick is that its pocket is too deep. The strings at the bottom of the stick’s head can be pulled to tighten the pocket.
- If a player commits a foul, the umpire blows the whistle and play stops. The player fouled wins or retains the ball, while the player who fouled her is moved several yards behind or to the side of the player she fouled.
- If a major foul is committed in the arc by the defense, the umpire blows the whistle, and a “free shot” on goal is taken by the player fouled. All of the defense players are required to clear the arc to the border closest to which they were standing when the whistle blew. The attack player who was fouled takes her place at the hash mark closest to which she was standing when she was fouled. The defense must move away at least four meters from the fouled player. When the umpire blows the whistle again, the player can take a shot on goal or pass while the defense moves in.
- There are no boundaries to the field, but if a ball enters an area that is dangerous, unplayable or not clearly visible to the umpire, the player who retains it or is closest to it (if the ball has been grounded), at the umpire’s whistle wins it. The player then waits for the second whistle to begin play again, either by running with or passing the ball.
- When the umpire blows the whistle because a foul has occurred, or the ball has gone “out of bounds” all players must stop and check all forward movement. Play resumes and the players can move when the umpire blows the whistle again.
- Checking — the method by which a player knocks the ball from another’s stick — is prohibited when it is: directed toward the face; uncontrolled; holding down the other’s stick,or when the checker’s stick is too close to the head or face.
- Defensemen may not remain in the arc without guarding another player for more than three seconds.
- When the ball is grounded, covering it with the back of a stick’s net, and preventing play by another player is prohibited.
- No players, other than the goalie, may enter the circle around the goal cage if the goalie is present.
- When a foul occurs, the player who was fouled is allowed a free shot at the goal, with the defense pushed to the perimeter around the arc.
Lacrosse Field Positions
- ATTACK: The attackman’s responsibility is to score goals. This player generally restricts his play to the offensive end.
- MIDFIELD: The midfielder’s responsibility is to cover the entire field playing both offense and defense.
- DEFENSE: The defenseman’s responsibility is to defend the goal. This player generally restricts his play to the defensive end of the field.
- GOAL: The goalie’s responsibility is to protect the goal and stop the opposing team from scoring.
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definition of Korfball and synonyms of Korfball (English)
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Korfball is a basketball-like sports game common in the Netherlands.In Russia, the game of korfball has gained popularity in the city of Orel. Teams from this city represent Russia in European competitions.
Rules of the game
Teams consist of eight people – 4 guys, 4 girls. Also, teams are divided into attack and defense (two male and female players). The duration of the game is 2 halves of 30 minutes. The goal of the game is to throw the ball into the basket. The basket is located on a pole (at a height of 3.5 meters), has a height of 25 cm, and is approximately 40 cm in diameter (39-41).The korfball court has the following dimensions: for open space – 30×60 m; indoors – 20×40 m.
It is prohibited in the game:
– because in korfball it is necessary to attack from the attacking zone, and, therefore, an attack from the defense zone is prohibited.
– since it is imperative to defend personally, and against a player of the same gender, double defense and personal defense against a player of the opposite gender is prohibited.
– It is forbidden to take more than 2 steps with the ball in hand, as well as move, performing “dribbling” of the ball.
– It is forbidden to knock and snatch the ball from the opponent’s hands.
– Pass the ball to a partner / partner from hand to hand.
Violation of the rules when trying to make an effective throw is punishable by a free throw, which is made from 2.5 meters. The effective throw in any case is equal to one point scored. A throw is considered effective – executed when the distance between the attacking player and the defending player is greater than the arm’s length at which the ball entered the basket.
The interception of the ball is performed when the attacking players are thrown or passed.After an interception, the defending players must move the ball into the attacking zone according to the rules of korfball.
Time of play and stopping
The referee gives the signal to start the game or a signal to restart it when the player throwing the ball into play is ready and all the requirements of the rules are met. Game time 1 hour of “pure” time (2 halves of 30 minutes).
The game time is stopped:
– when a goal is scored;
– when the violation should be punished;
– in case of an unfair advantage;
– in case of a disputable situation;
– in case the player is injured;
– when it is necessary to perform actions to replace equipment, players, playground;
– in case of unsportsmanlike behavior;
– at the end of the first half of the game.
The game must be ended:
– when the game time has expired;
– when it is impossible to continue the game due to the impossibility of replacing equipment, players, due to unsportsmanlike behavior or external interference.
Referees and scorer’s table
The referees and scorer’s table are responsible for observing the rules of the game, as well as for recording the game.
Match secretary: records the names and numbers of the starting line-up and substitutes on the scoresheet; changes the total score in chronological order; displays in the game protocol which of the players (coaches) of the team was warned, a yellow or red card is shown; fixes time-outs taken by the team coaches during the match; records and displays substitutions made during the match in the scoresheet.
Timekeeper (or Timekeeper) of the match: keeps a record and records the playing time of the match, as well as time-outs and breaks; stops the time of the game according to the rules of korfball; informs the referee by means of a signal that one of the teams requires a break or replacement; notifies players and referees about the end of playing time by means of a sound signal.
Match Line Judge: Use a flag to signal to the head referee all violations of the rules; during the match, the line judge is an assistant to the head referee, who can, or not pay attention to the line judge, if he has his own view of the situation on the court.
Head referee of the match: before the game, checks the sports facility for compliance with the rules of korfball; during the game, monitors the full implementation of the rules of korfball; in case of violation of the rules, the judge has the right to punish the violator according to the rules; all whistles stopping play must be accompanied by gestures intended for each occasion.
Achievements of Korfball of Russia (Orel)
Prize-winners of the World Korfball Championship among youth 2001
Prize-winners of the World Cup in Korfball among youth 2002
Prize-winners of the World Korfball Championship among students 2002
Prize-winners of the World Korfball Championship among students 2003 Year
World Junior Korfball Champions 2003
Junior World Korfball Championships 2003
Students World Korfball Championships 2004
European Champions University Korfball 2005
World Corfball Champions among national student teams 2005
Team “OrelSTU – ShVSM” winners of the Eastern Europe Korfball Cup 2005
World Korfball Championship 2007 – Russian national team 6th place
According to the rating IKF (International Korfball Federation) as of September 2009, Russia ranks 5th in the ranking.
International Korfball Federation
At the beginning of 2008, the International Korfball Federation includes representation from 49 countries. Countries that joined the International Korfball Federation:
1933 – Netherlands, Belgium
1946 – Great Britain
1964 – Germany
1971 – Suriname
1973 – Spain, Papua New Guinea
1976 – Luxembourg
1978 – Australia, S. Sh.A
1980 – India
1982 – France, Aruba
1984 – Indonesia
1985 – Taiwan
1986 – Kurasau
1987 – Portugal, Bonaira
1988 – Poland, Denmark, Hong Kong, New Zealand
1989 – Czech Republic, Singapore
1990 – Japan, Armenia
1991 – Hungary
1992 – Canada, Finland
1993 – South Africa
1994 – Slovakia
1995 – Cyprus
1997 – Russia, Turkey
2000 – Macau
2001 – Bosnia and Herzegovina
2003 – Italy, Slovenia, Yugoslavia, Sweden, Brazil, Austria
2005 – Bulgaria, Serbia and Montenegro, Zimbabwe
2006 – China, Georgia, Romania
2007 – Ireland
Completed – SAMBO and kickboxing recognized by the IOC
Today in the capital XXX The 138th Session of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) kicked off at the II Tokyo Summer Olympic Games.The IOC members were addressed by the head of the organization Thomas Bach, the Prime Minister of Japan Yoshihide Suga and other prominent sports and political figures.
A number of important historic and fateful decisions were made at the session. For example, the historical motto of the Olympic Games was changed, which has been used since 1894 and was approved by Pierre de Coubertin himself. At the suggestion of the head of the ROC, Thomas Bach, the word “together” was added to the original motto, and now the full-fledged motto will sound like this – “faster, higher, stronger – together” (in Latin – citius, altius, fortius – communis).
Six new international federations were also unanimously accepted into the IOC family: the International Cheerleading Union (ICU), the International Federation of Muay Thai Associations (IFMA), the International Sambo Federation (FIAS), the International Icestock Federation (IFI), the World Association of Kickboxing Organizations (WAKO) , World Lacrosse Federation (WL). For Russia, and in particular Kabardino-Balkaria, the most interesting here is the decision to recognize sambo and kickboxing – types of martial arts in which the republic’s athletes achieve high results, both in the Russian and international arena.
This is how, for example, the President of the Kickboxing Federation of the KBR, judge of the international category Alim Kudaev commented on the IOC decision:
– Today is a holiday for all kickboxers. The IOC recognized our sport and included it in the Olympic family. There will be demonstration performances at the 2028 Olympics, and kickboxing will become a full-fledged type of the Olympic program in 2032. I recently returned from Moscow from a meeting of the Russian Kickboxing Federation. There has been a change in the leadership of the federation, all documentation is being brought into line with the requirements of the IOC, the entire management structure is changing.The post of president has been abolished, and Batu Khasikov, who occupied it, will now be either chairman of the executive committee or chairman of the supervisory board. The federation immediately acquired eight reputable sponsors, including Aeroflot and MTS.
There are talented youth in our republic. This year, two of our fighters became the winners of the Russian championship among juniors, having fulfilled the standard of master of sports. There are promising athletes among young men. In the future, they can qualify for participation in the Olympic Games.
90,000 A “Russian” sport may be excluded from the Olympics program – Rossiyskaya Gazeta
Honestly, I just want to shout to the majority of the IOC Executive Committee members: “Oh, no, gentlemen, San Sanych Karelin!”
Our legendary classic wrestler would have explained to them that it is impossible to remove wrestling from the Olympics program in any way, since this is a blow not only to Russia, but also to the age-old foundations of world sports.
Alas, on the eve of the Executive Committee of the International Olympic Committee, at its meeting in Lausanne, sensationally recommended excluding wrestling (there are three types of wrestling at the Games: Greco-Roman, freestyle and women’s) from the program of the 2020 Summer Olympic Games.
According to IOC spokesman Mark Adams, the members of the executive committee reviewed the report, in which, based on more than 30 criteria, each of the 26 sports currently represented in the Summer Games program is assessed. True, he did not specify what kind (or types) of wrestling were recommended for “cutting back”.
DIGIT: 11 medals, four of which were “gold”, were won by our wrestlers in Olympic London 2012
“There was no question of what was so bad about wrestling.It was about what is good about the other 25 sports. Well, the very decision on the recommendation not to include this species in the program of the 2020 Summer Olympic Games was made by secret ballot. I can inform you that the final decision on the Olympics program will be made in September 2013 at the 125th IOC Congress in Buenos Aires in September. By the way, at the same time the capital of the Games-2020 will be chosen, the title of which is claimed by Madrid, Istanbul and Tokyo, “said Mr. Adams.
Caucasus is ready to explode
For Russia, such rash decisions of sports functionaries are not just a wake-up call, but a real wake-up call.In the struggle, our positions have always been very strong, and in the remaining time before the congress, Russian functionaries – the heads of the ROC and the Ministry of Sports – urgently need to take some steps to save the medal-intensive species.
We should not forget that in multinational Russia, whole regions really live in wrestling: Siberia, Ossetia, Dagestan, Chechnya and Ingushetia have given the world many legendary champions. But what can I say, each Russian championship in its level can be called a mini-Olympics, the competition is so strong.
What is the secret of such popularity? The fact is that since the times of the Soviet Union, freestyle or Greco-Roman wrestling was considered almost the poorest sport. And in the North Caucasus, it is much easier to buy wrestling shoes and take a carpet to training than to buy expensive hockey equipment. Almost every second boy goes to fight, and, which is very important, everyone, without exception, trains under the same conditions. According to our honored coaches, whoever works harder in the classroom, works harder, he shows himself in tournaments and becomes a champion.And we have a lot of them – Buvaysar Saytiev, Soslan Andiev, Arsen Fadzaev, Khasan Baroev, Ali Aliev, Alan Khugaev. This list can be continued for a very long time.
Well, Alexander Medved and Alexander Karelin are icons whose names are inscribed in gold in the history of the Olympic movement.
Who overcame the fight?
The wrestling world knows only three three-time Olympic champions in history – Alexander Medved, Alexander Karelin (pictured) and Buvaysar Saytiev. Photo: RIA Novosti www.ria.ru
In recent years, such exotic sports as golf and rugby-7 have been included in the program of the Games since 2016, but the following have become outcasts at the Olympics throughout history: in 1900 – croquet, Basque pelota, cricket, rackets; in 1904 – rock, golf; in 1908 – same de pom, boat racing, lacrosse; in 1920 – a tug of war. In 1924, the same fate befell classic rugby; in 1936 – polo, or chovgan, and since 2012 – baseball and softball.
According to the IOC, instead of wrestling, the 2020 Games may include karate, sport climbing, squash, wushu, wakeboarding, roller sports, or even previously excluded softball and baseball.
It is said that before the 1980 Moscow Olympics, the IOC had an idea to include in the Games program two “Soviet” sports – rhythmic gymnastics and sambo. But Indira Gandhi called Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev and said that they, in India, have the number one sport – field hockey, where her country has chances for a medal. She directly asked the secretary general to support this particular species. And the USSR at that time had billions of dollars in arms supplies to India. Of course, Brezhnev ordered “to help friends.”And that’s all – SAMBO is gone. What is this story for? Simply in the decision of the IOC Executive Committee, this time analysts saw a “Korean trace”. It is no secret that it was taekwondo, along with pentathlon, that were considered the main candidates for elimination from the 2020 Games program. The Korean government invests a lot of money in taekwondo. Moreover, almost all national federations for this sport in the world are financed from the budget of this country! However, it is still unclear how the Koreans miraculously managed to change the opinion of the members of the Olympic Committee.
The world on shoulder blades
The Summer Olympics wrestling competition first appeared at the 1896 Summer Olympics in Athens and has since been featured in every subsequent Games except the 1900 Paris Games. Initially, tournaments were only men’s, and women’s freestyle wrestling was introduced at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens.
The USSR national team won the largest number of awards in the history of the Games – 62 gold, 31 silver and 23 bronze medals.On account of the Russians 21 “gold”, 11 silver and 8 bronze medals.
Excluding wrestling from the Olympics program is simply impossible, because the first Games were born precisely from wrestling and athletics
At the 2012 London Games, domestic wrestlers won 11 awards, including four gold ones. The champions were: Roman Vlasov and Alan Khugaev in Greco-Roman wrestling, freestyle wrestlers Jamal Otarsultanov and Natalia Vorobyova.
It should also be added that in the USA freestyle wrestling is included in the school curriculum, and the decision of the executive committee, I have no doubt, will find a quick response overseas.
Bubka was shocked
President of the Russian Wrestling Federation (FSBR) Mikhail Mamiashvili said that the threat of exclusion of wrestling from the program of the 2020 Summer Olympic Games really exists.
“It is difficult for me to comment on this position of the members of the IOC Executive Committee,” Mikhail Mamiashvili said in a commentary to FTP-Press.I have just talked with a direct participant in the meeting of the IOC Executive Committee, Sergei Bubka. Recent events have shocked both of us. On Wednesday I will fly to a meeting of the Bureau of the International Federation, where this issue will also be discussed. Of course, this IOC recommendation is a problem for the International Federation and for its leaders. “
“It is simply impossible to exclude wrestling from the program of the Olympics, because the first Olympic Games were born precisely from wrestling and athletics. Adopting such a decision would be completely absurd.If this happens, then the Olympic Games will lose a lot. This is one of the most beautiful sports, and I am sure that many countries of the world will fight to preserve the struggle now – in Russia, Ukraine, Iran, Turkey, the USA, Georgia and many others. Because a lot of generations of people have grown up in our sport, and I think that they will not allow him to be excluded from the program of the Olympic Games, “said Dzambolat Tedeev, under whose leadership the Russian freestyle wrestling team won 6 gold medals at the 2004 Olympics. 2008 years.
Instead of afterword
From the memoirs of the three-time Olympic wrestling champion Buvaysar Saytiev: “In the fourth grade, our class teacher invited all of us to write a letter to a 10th grade student, that is, to himself in the future. She put all the notes in a jar and rolled them up under the lid. On the phone call, the teacher handed us these notes, and I read there: “I, Buvaysar Saitiev, born in 1975, a student of grade 4” B “, am engaged in freestyle wrestling. I have a competition tomorrow, I need to lose weight, I have a weight of 30.5 kilograms, and I need 29 kilograms.I really want to become an Olympic champion and I will definitely be a fighter. “And never, not a single day of my life, I did not doubt it.
90,000 On Morata street. 5 problems to solve for Dortmund and Juve in the return game
Keeping the opponents’ stars
Why doesn’t anyone like finals? Because in them, the main attention of the defense is drawn to the most media persons of the other club, which turns the decisive match into a tedious burden. In 20 minutes of the first game, Juve and Dortmund allowed Tevez and Royce to score an easy goal – those from whom you expect such goals last.In a brisk counterattack of the hosts, the defense missed Carlitos in the penalty area in a completely non-German way – his jerks are dangerous because they are sudden. There are no complaints about Marcel Schmelzer, who almost scored his own goal. In an attempt to prevent Tevez from the edges of the “bumblebees” did everything, and all that remains is to look through the eyes of the guys who were in charge of the Turin “top ten”. With Chiellini and Bonucci, ask about Royce. Even if you omit the accident with the banana peel that Giorgio found on the lawn, you can give Marco a recording of this game when moving to a top club – his game looked so revealing.She is known from head to toe and still became a revelation for Juventus’ defense. I wonder if Signora gets to Barcelona, will Bonucci take apart Messi’s game?
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Set up the game in the center of defense
Chiellini’s mistake and Royce’s goal
Both teams had horror with the main center backs, but Juventus had the character of a disaster. Throughout February, the Turin players played with teams of lower class and could not help but miss – if with Milan the pressure of the attack helped, then with Cesena they almost drove into the coffin.At Allegri, even the first substitution player (Angelo Ogbonna) played badly, the Chiellini-Bonucci pair missed a few nightmares ahead. Giorgio turned from the best defender in Italy into a man capable of slipping in his own stadium, when there was only his own goal behind him.
Borussia simply suffers from epilepsy – the lack of health does not add stability when choosing a composition. In the same February, in which Juve suffered in Serie A, Dortmund had a three-match winning stretch, during which Sokratis, Subotic and Hummels played alternately with each other.In Turin, even Oliver Kirch had to be released, who appears on the field in very fire situations. With the appearance of a constant pair, the throwing of yellow-blacks should stop.
Do not be rude
Vidal’s foul on Immobile
Arturo Vidal was never a Leopold cat (in the sense of “let’s live together”), but on Tuesday the Chilean seemed to have bitten a wild ass. The game was not tough, but several tackles, frankly missed by the Spanish referee Laos, turned it into a cross between lacrosse and hockey.It was as if two spirits had moved into Vidal – Pepe and Sergei Gorlukovich – and both were about to break several legs in yellow and black leggings. King Arturo confidently rolled from behind onto the accelerating opponents, but it was not he who caused the main injury of the game. Paul Pogba received as much freedom as needed to organize an extravaganza for a player worth 100 million, but the ball refused to fly where the Frenchman needed, so he had to gesture in the tackles. Surprisingly, the referee Laos gave yellow cards only on the second obvious fouls – he preferred to blink away on the first severity.If Borussia takes revenge on Signal Iduna Park, their coughing and staggering line-up will thin out a couple more people – not from retaliation, but from disqualifications.
Borussia: start positional attacks
Heatmap of the match Juventus – Borussia
Parting, rolling the ball at the penalty area and looking for weak spots in the opponent’s defense? Jurgen Klopp does not know such tactics in the Champions League. In the away match, Dortmund completely disappeared into Juve’s game, trying to show through only at the right moments.The control of the ball was set by the charismatic German to a higher level than that of the intellectual Allegri – in this match Borussia made 30 touches more, and even 65 passes. The guests knew where to press – their activity map shows a clear point at which they were going hava “Schwarzgelben”. “Bianconeri” evenly spread the possession across the entire field, but surprisingly dangerous moments of Turin were only counterattacks, nothing could be squeezed out of the advantage in the initiative of the middle line of the owners.
Juventus: not hold on to the advantage
Marco Reus (Borussia Dortmund) and Paul Pogba (Juventus)
Every guy in Maribor will confirm that the most dangerous score in a two-legged cabin is 2: 1 … The hosts of the return game get the opportunity to score the wackiest goal in the world and still go on. The temptation to dry up the game, not even try to create chances at the roaring Signal Iduna Park, is great, but in modern football only Jose Mourinho can do that.With the possible absence of Pirlo (the nature of the injury is unknown) and problems in the center of defense, the last thing Juventus should think about is to dig a ditch at Buffon’s goal. A good example is the away match against Atlético in the group. Allegri also came to Madrid for the zeros, got Diego Simeone’s classic tongue-and-groove goal at the very end and in 15 minutes never figured out how to score. Barcelona and City have an unforgettable experience with the UEFA Champions League calendar and results at Eurosport.