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  1. Bowls: Pétanque, Bocce, Basque Bowls, New Zealand Indoor Bowls, 2010 Welsh International Open, Short Mat Bowls, Boccia, Bowling Green
  2. Sport (Provinz Utrecht): FC Utrecht, Tischtennisweltmeisterschaft 1955, Pétanque-Europameisterschaft der Jugend 2008 (German Edition)
  3. Le Grand Livre de la pétanque by Albert Mathieu, Gilles Durieux, 1998-05-19
  4. Provence: Pétanque, Aioli, Herbes de Provence, Architecture of Provence, Provence Wine, List of Rulers of Provence, Mistral, Canal de Marseille
  5. Passion... Pétanque : Histoire de la Pétanque et du Jeu Provençal by Henri Salvador, 1996
  6. Kugelsport: Boule-Spiel, Meterstab, Deutscher Boccia-, Boule- Und Pétanque-Verband, Boulodrome, Confédération Mondiale Des Sports de Boules (German Edition)
  7. Petanque-Weltmeisterschaft: Pétanque-Weltmeisterschaft, Pétanque-Weltmeisterschaft 2007, Pétanque-Weltmeisterschaft 2008 (German Edition)
  8. Boule und Petanque. Der runde Freizeitsport. by Holger Droß, Jan-Eric Hausmann, 1998-04-01
  9. Pétanque-Europameisterschaft: Pétanque-Europameisterschaft Espoirs 2008, Pétanque-Europameisterschaft Damen 2007 (German Edition)
  10. Sportveranstaltung in Thailand: Fußball-Asienmeisterschaft 2007, Pétanque-Weltmeisterschaft 2007 (German Edition)
  11. Bowls in Wales: 2010 Welsh International Open, Welsh Pétanque Association, Welsh Bowling Association, Welsh Women's Bowling Association
  12. Pétanque-Weltmeisterschaft: Pétanque-Weltmeisterschaft 2007, Pétanque-Weltmeisterschaft 2008, Pétanque-Weltmeisterschaft Jugend 2007 (German Edition)
  13. Sport (Niederlande): Pétanque-Europameisterschaft Der Jugend 2008, Sommer-Paralympics 2008|teilnehmer (German Edition)
  14. Sport in Gibraltar: Gibraltarian records in athletics, Rugby union in Gibraltar, Gibraltar Petanque Association

21. Dansk Petanque Forbund
Nyheder, klubber, kalender, ranglister, regler, introduktion og links.
http://www.petanque.dk/
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Afsked med Erik Jarnlev Erik Jarnlev stoppede med at arbejde p DPF's sekre-tariat torsdag den 28. oktober. P bestyrelses-mdet den 26. oktober tog hele DPF's bestyrelse afsked med en mangerig og skat-tet medarbejder.
Formand Lotte Bchert holdt denne tale

Erik Jarnlev siger farvel - og tak

DPF's formand i FIPJP's bestyrelse P FIPJP's kongres torsdag ifm. med VM i Izmir, Tyrkiet blev Lotte Bchert indvalgt som et af 5 bestyrelsesmedlemmer. Med en plads i det inter-nationale forbunds bestyrelse har Dansk Petanque Forbund igen markeret sig p petanque-verdenskortet. TILLYKKE til Lotte Bchert ! Indvalgt som helt nye medlemmer blev Claudio Mamino/Italien og Lotte Bchert. Genvalgt blev: Karel Dohnal/Tjekkiet, Lassaad Eddhif/Tunesien og Reinold Borr/Belgien. 11 kandidater FIPJP Executif-Comit Marseille blev valgt som vrtsby for VM triplet for mnd i 2012. Strrelse p billedfiler til DPF DPF kan til licenser og visning p petanque.dk normalt ikke bruge billeder strre end 50 kb. Billedfilernes strrelse kan nemt reduceres uden at det gr nvnevrdigt ud over kvaliteten. Mere info - klik billede. Aktivitetskalender Ud over spillekalenderen er der nu tilllige en Aktivitetskalender. Ls mere

22. Petanque America - Everything About Petanque In The USA. Real Boules, Direct Fro
Online store R eal boules from France, delivered to your doorstep. And everything about the game. Blog S tories, events, tips, anything related to petanque in America.
http://petanque.us/
Online store:
R eal boules from France, delivered to your doorstep . And everything about the game. Blog:
S tories, events, tips, anything related to petanque in America. Map:
Petanque in the USA . Clubs, groups, public play areas, players looking for other players.
Slideshows:
Contact
: 800-682-2557 or 904-491-1190 or PetanqueAmerica@Gmail.com

23. Petanque - Simple English Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
petanque is a game played in France by many people. It is played on a smooth surface. The game is played between two teams. Each team has three players.
http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petanque
Petanque
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Petanque players in Cannes , France Petanque is a game played in France by many people. It is played on a smooth surface. The game is played between two teams. Each team has three players. At the start of the game, a small ball is thrown. Each player stands in a circle and tries to throw a larger ball so that it lands close to the small ball. The winning team is the team that has the most big balls close to the little ball. This short article can be made longer. You can help Wikipedia by adding to it Retrieved from " http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petanque Categories Games France Hidden category: Stubs Personal tools Namespaces Variants Views Actions Search Getting around Print/export Toolbox In other languages

24. Petanque Udstyr Fra JB Danmark Til Billigste Priser
Online salg af udstyr til petanque spillet.
http://www.petanque.biz/

25. Petanque.fi
FINNISH petanque FEDERATION. Address PL 196 SF00251 Helsinki Finland liitto at petanque dot fi
http://www.petanque.fi/?page=english

26. Petanque America - Genuine Boules Direct From France
La Boule Obut, La Boule Noire and accessories for delivery in the Americas.
http://www.petanque-america.com
The only store in America dedicated to petanque, the fastest growing outdoor bowling game in the world. Since 1991.
Petanque: funny name, fun game.
Contact: 800-682-2557
Search I love this game - take me straight to the store!
What on earth is petanque ..? Petanque
, pronounced "pay-tonk", one of Europe's most popular outdoor games, is a cousin of both horseshoes and of the Italian bowling game called 'bocce'. The game originated in the South of France in the early 1900's.
The aim is to toss, or roll a number of hollow steel balls ("boules") as close as possible to a small wooden target ball, called "but" or "cochonnet" (French for "piglet"). Players take turns and the team that ends up nearest to the target ball when all balls are played, wins.
Unlike horseshoes, where the aim stake is fixed, petanques' target ball may be hit at any time, which can completely upset the score at the last second.
And whereas official 'bocce' rules call for a smooth, prepared court with markers and sideboards, petanque can be played on most outdoor surfaces, without any setup.
No special skill is required, adults can play with children, and the equipment is inexpensive. The game of petanque is simple, relaxing, lots of fun, and a perfect way to make new friends. Last but not least, petanque can be - and usually is - played while enjoying a cool drink (the French will often go for pastis) and tasty snacks.

27. Petanque - The French Game Of Boules
The game of boules (also known as petanque) is perhaps the sport that is closest to French hearts. Similar to British lawn bowling or Italian bocce, the French version is
http://www.discoverfrance.net/France/Sports/DF_boules.shtml
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28. Port Bannatyne Petanque : Home
Feet together. Yes that is the literal translated from the Provincial for the newest activity to come to the Port. Why so named? Well the object of the game is to throw your boule
http://www.portbannatynepetanque.org.uk/
home about us news photo archive ... contact Feet together Yes that is the literal translated from the Provincial for the newest activity to come to the Port. Why so named? Well the object of the game is to throw your boule as close to the jack as possible and let the game commence whether as a singles, doubles or teams of three, and that initial throw well both feet together and on the ground. The playing area or piste opened on Saturday 17th May 2008 in the Port and is the latest addition to the growing band of clubs throughout Scotland. Our new club is affiliated to the Scottish Petanque Association which now consists of 12 clubs, many dozens of members and many hundreds of casual players.
We look forward to seeing you For details on Boule Hire and Opening Times click HERE (PDF)

29. Petanque Czech
Z klady hry, pravidla, koule a obut .
http://www.petanque-czech.cz

30. Petanque America - Rules Of The Game
petanque boules (balls) accessories online. Importers distributors of La Boule OBUT, Made in France.
http://petanque.us/petanque_basic_rules.html
Petanque:
The Basic Rules The game is played by 2 teams of 1, 2, 3 or 4 players.
Teams of 1 or 2 players use 3 boules per player. Teams of 3 or 4 use 2 boules per player.
Toss a coin to choose which team will start.
A player on this team chooses the starting point by drawing a circle of about 20 inches (50cm) in diameter. This player tosses the little target ball between 18 and 30 ft ( 6 to 10 meter ) away, but not closer than 20" (50cm) from any obstacle.
The thrower's feet must stay inside the circle until the jack has reached the ground. Any player from this team then throws the first boule, trying to place it as close as possible to the target ball.
Again, both feet must remain inside the circle when throwing. A player of the second team comes into the circle and tries to throw a boule even closer to the target ball.
Or knocks away the first team's leading boule.
The boule nearest to the target ball leads. It's up to the team not leading to throw until they get a leading boule. Then it's up to the other team again.

31. Petanque America Open - 14 & 15 November 2009
What The second ever truly Open International petanque Tournament in the USA. Where In Fernandina Beach, on beautiful Amelia Island, Florida.
http://www.petanque-america-open.com/main.html
updated What: The second ever truly Open International petanque Tournament in the USA. Where: In Fernandina Beach, on beautiful Amelia Island, Florida. Who: Teams of two players ( doubles ). Beginners, amateurs, advanced players and champions (real or self-styled) from all over will play together in one big competition . Men's, ladies or mixed teams. The more, the merrier.
You do not have to be a member of a petanque club, league or federation. Minimum age: 14. When: Registration: $ 65 per player till Sept 30, $ 80 per player after Oct 1.
Prize money: min. $ 5,000 - possibly increased based on the number of participants. Why: Because so many of you keep asking for it!
After two successful open tournaments in Miami Beach in 2003 and 2005, it was high time for a repeat. Petanque's popularity is steadily increasing in our country. But players are scattered over all 50 states and do not have many opportunities to meet, mingle and play. This is your chance! We will play along the waterfront, in downtown Fernandina Beach, a setting not unlike La Ciotat in the South of France, where petanque started in 1907
Step 1: Please register as soon as possible , so we know how many are coming. And make your flight bookings if applicable.

32. Introduction
petanque adapted for play on a bounded court. Court construction, rules and friendly conventions.
http://gogood.com/petanque/index.html
Social Petanque on a Bounded Court Introduction These pages discuss a form of Petanque becoming very popular in the United States. It may be popular elsewhere, but I speak only from experience. "Social Petanque on a Bounded Court" differs to some extent from the formal international game originated in France, with its very strict rules. "Social Petanque on a Bounded Court" retains the element of strategy found in the formal international game, but makes it fun for everyone! Petanque is a game everyone can enjoy. Strength, height and age make little difference. Teams can be formed such that they are well balanced and all can enjoy. We were first introduced to this form of Petanque at Cypress Cove Resort . This is a fantastic family-oriented resort and players of all ages and skill levels are invited to play Petanque every morning!! The most distinct characteristic of the game described here is the playing surface. It is bounded by timber, has fixed positions to throw from, and has fixed markers to speed measurement of the initial toss of the cochonnet (or jack). These elements speed play and alleviate interference problems when several games are being played at the same time. For example, Cypress Cove Resort has six courts that are often busy; traditional "open area" rules would leave this many ongoing games open to gross interference.

33. UK Petanque Portal
For the sport of petanque within the uk. If you would like to submit your details to this directory please email me on alan@petanque.co.uk
http://www.petanque.co.uk/

34. Index
Official Site of the petanque Association in Thailand and the Asian petanque and Sports Boules Confederation.
http://www2.egat.co.th/petanquethailand/

35. Ptanque Business Specialists
petanque Improve performance and manage change understand your business from strategy to plans to process
http://www.petanque-c.com/

36. Petanque In - Dictionary And Translation
petanque. Dictionary terms for petanque, definition for petanque, Thesaurus and Translations of petanque to Chinese, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, German, Russian
http://www.babylon.com/definition/petanque/

37. NCCdP
Club homepage.
http://www.convective.com/nccdp/
Welcome to the National Capital Club de Petanque! When:
We play every Saturday from 2 p.m. to dusk except in extreme weather. See the Schedule page for information on tournaments and other events. Where:
Virginia Highlands Playground, Arlington, VA. A short walk from the Pentagon City Metro Station. For a map, and more detail see the location page, or the interactive Metro map. More Info:
Except in winter, there is a potluck picnic from noon to 2 p.m. on the first Saturday of each month. Newcomers are welcome to play and join the picnic; loaner balls and free instruction are available. For more information e-mail ( NCCdP@Convective.Com ) or call Dave Garrison, President at 202-543-3591.

38. Official Rules Of Petanque In NZ
International Rules of the Game of petanque (All variations to the original rules are in bold italic lettering) Adopted by petanque New Zealand, December 2002
http://www.petanque.net.nz/Official_Rules.html
International Rules of the Game of Petanque
(All variations to the original rules are in bold italic lettering)
Adopted by Petanque New Zealand, December 2002
General
Article 1 - Composition of teams
Ptanque is a sport in which:
- 3 players play against 3 players (triples).
It can also be played by
- 2 players against 2 players (doubles);
- 1 player against 1 player (singles).
In triples, each player uses 2 boules. In doubles and singles, each player uses 3 boules. No other version of the game is allowed. Article 2 - Characteristics of the approved boules Ptanque is played with boules which are approved by the F.I.P.J.P. and which must conform to the following criteria: They must be made of metal; Their diameter must be between 7.05 cm (minimum) and 8 cm (maximum); They must weigh between 650 grams (minimum) and 800 grams (maximum). The trade mark of the manufacturer and the weight must be imprinted on the boules and must always be legible; Official Rules of Petanque in NZ and are made by a recognised manufacturer of boules. The trade mark of the manufacturer and the weight need not be engraved. 5a. Each individual player must use boules that are of the same set, i.e. the use of a mix of boules is not permitted. Matching patterns on the individual boules is not a strict requirement but is preferred.

39. Oakhurst Petanque Club (California)
Club homepage.
http://www.oakhurstpetanque.org/
ABOUT INFO JOIN RULES ... CONTACT
What a great vacation! Lets go to New Zealand! January's perfect! It's Summer in New Zealand in January. Everything's open, tourism's going full blast and it's the perfect time for petanque at the Herne Bay Petanque Club's gorgeous terrains and surroundings!
The 2011 New Zealand Petanque Open will be held January 29 and 30, 2011 Entry fees ($1 NZ = .75 US) are $105 per Triples Team, and $70 per doubles team. Registration begins 8:00 a.m. for 8:30 a.m. start on both days. Games will be played at Herne Bay Petanque Club, Salisbury Reserve, Herne Bay, Auckland, NZ.
Terrains will be available for practice all day Friday, January 28th. BBQ 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. for a small charge. BYO Drinks. (No private alcohol allowed Saturday or Sunday). Hot meals and sandwiches can be purchased and bar will open Saturday and Sunday 11:00 a.m. until close of play. Water, soft drinks, tea and coffee available throughout the competition days.
and to ask for accommodation information.
U.S. Mens Nationals Singles Winners The U.S. Nationals Mens Singles winners (By placing, Right-to-Left): First place (at far right) By Vang, Fresno Petanque Club; Second: Mickey Coughlin, Willits Petanque; Third Gilles Karpowicz (Club ?); Fourth, John Harris, Oakhurst Petanque Club. 26 men competed in the U.S. Nationals, all tough competition. The National Mens and Womens Singles were held October 9, 2010 at Lamorinda Petanque Club, Lafayette, California. Congratulations to all!

40. Epping Horizons Petanque Club:aboutus
About Us. On 9th January 1989 petanque enthusiasts drawn from local foreign language classes met at the Epping Sports Centre in Hemnall Street.
http://www.ehpetanque.supanet.com/

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