Extractions: Multicultural Games by Alex, Joe, Cole, Harry Germantown Academy 6th grade State the name of your game and why you chose it. Our game is called net takraw. We chose this game because it seems to be really challenging yet fun. It is a variation of volleyball. List the countries where it is played and its origin. Games like takraw were played in 7th century Japan (Kemari) and China but this game actually comes from Thailand. Takraw is mainly played in Thailand, Burma, Malaysia, Singapore and the Philippines Describe how your game is played. State the object of the game. Clearly describe the rules. There are variations of Takraw. One is sepak takraw, also called net takraw Net takraw is like volleyball except that you can't use your hands. You can only hit the ball 3 times before sending it over the net. List the equipment needed.
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How To Play Sepak Takraw - Basic Rules Net Takraw. Net takraw is played in a badmintonsized court. Lots are drawn beforehand to determine placement of the players and the first serve. http://www.bangkok.com/sport-sepak-takraw/basic-rules---how-to-play.html
Extractions: Sepak takraw is played between two teams of three players; the left inside, right inside and back. The court is about the same size as a badminton court (20 by 44 feet) and the net is 1.52 metres high. Traditionally balls were hand-woven from bamboo or rattan, but most modern ones are synthetic. Basic rules and scoring are similar to volleyball. Each team is allowed a maximum of three touches of the ball to get it back over the net to the other side without letting it touch the ground. The first team to score either 15 or 21 points, depending on the rules in play, wins the set. The team that prevails in two sets wins the match. Play starts when the server is tossed the grapefruit-sized ball by a teammate while keeping one foot in a small 'serving circle'. He then must kick the ball over the net with the other foot. After that, volleyball rules pretty much apply, except for the fact that the ball can't be touched by the hands or arms. Top takraw players have to combine great foot-eye coordination with quickness, anticipation, power, flexibility, and acrobatic skills. While there are certain basic rules to sepak takraw, the game varies according to the type of being played, as well as the place where it is being played. In a village, for example, there is often no referee. The winning player is usually the one who puts on the best show.
Takraw – Kick Volleyball Net Takraw. This version of takraw has been called kick volleyball and is played on a badminton or volleyball court with a five foot high net. The two teams of three line up on http://www.thaizer.com/sport/takraw-–-kick-volleyball/
Extractions: Browse: Home Sport By thaizer Takraw is one of the most popular sports in Thailand. There are a number of different versions of the game, but the main aim is to score points against your opponents by keeping the ball off the ground using any part of your body except for your hands. Played throughout South East Asia the sport is generally known as sepak takraw takraw. within the grounds of temples as well as parks, schools and patches of waste ground. This version of takraw has been called kick volleyball and is played on a badminton or volleyball court with a five foot high net. The two teams of three line up on opposing sides of the net and have three chances to get the ball over the net without using their hands. Players can kick, knee, head or shoulder the rattan ball. The movement and flexibility of players can be spectacular with overhead kicks and bicycle kicks employed to win points. To serve, one player throws the ball high in the air to his team-mate who has to volley it over the net using his foot. This form of the game is played around a hooped net suspended high above the ground and can often be seen being played on basketball courts. The two opposing teams are given an allocated amount of time in which they must work as a team to score as many points as they can to defeat their opponents.
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Extractions: Takraw is a very spectacular sport originating from Southeast Asia. It is practiced in many countries around the world but the best players are from Thailand and Malaysia. It could simply be played by passing the ball around using feet, knees and head but there are also more evolved forms of this sport. The most well know of these games is Sepak Takraw which is played over a badminton net. Here are our Takraws.
Thailand.com - Bangkok, Recreation, Sepak Takraw Net Takraw Net Takraw is played in teams of three, on a small court, similar to that used in badminton, using a small, hollow, rattan ball. http://www.thailand.com/travel/recreation/recreation_takraw.htm
Extractions: One of Thailand's most unusual sports, Sepak Takraw, is an exciting combination of the skills of soccer, the teamwork of volleyball, and the pace of badminton. This sport and its variations are popular throughout Southeast Asia, and Thailand is one of the perennial powers in the sport, which is showcased at both the Asian Games, and the South-East Asian (SEA) Games. In Thailand Sepak Takraw is extremely popular with people of all ages, and it is not unusual to see people playing it at schools, temples, on the side of the road, in vacant lots, or just about anywhere. Variations of Sepak Takraw
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Extractions: Ko Samui Sports Diving Golf Tennis Thai Boxing ... Kite Fighting The game makes use of a hollow, loosely woven rattan ball which is kept aloft as long as possible by a circle of players who can use their feet, knees, elbows, and heads but not their hands . Footwork is the secret of the superior player. The game is common in various versions in most parts of Southeast Asia. But perhaps nowhere is it played with the enthusiasm and vigor as in Thailand where it is seen throughout the country in the courtyards of Wats and on fairgrounds. Particularly skilled players can be observed in Bangkok at the Phramane Ground (Sanam Luang), across from the Grand Palace. There are certain basic rules to takraw as a competition sport but it is often played without scoring and the participants just enjoy putting on a good show . While to the Western observer, it seems to be similar to volleyball, only one takraw version (called net takraw or sepak takraw ) has a similar game philosophy - to hit the ground in the field of the opposing team. In most other versions, the scoring is rather similar to gymnastics. Points are given for the skill with which