Rules of the competitions

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A short summary of rules... 

 

General comment regarding age of participants

There is no clear definition between kids, children and adults. Depending on maturity and skills they could participate in one or another category. A general guideline would be:

  • Kids - the smallest participants of 9 and younger; occasionally age sub-categories are applied for them (example: running)
  • Children -  from 10 to approximately 13
  • Adults – children from 13/14 usually compete with adults

 

Badminton

Very popular. Standard badminton rules applied.

Men, women, boys and girls play in separate categories. A draw takes place at the beginning of the tournament. Participants are divided into the groups. The best players advance to play offs.

 

Basketball

The most popular sport discipline. A typical 3x3 street basketball rules are applied. Team consists of 4 participants. A draw takes place at the beginning of the tournament. Participants are divided into the groups. The best teams advance to play offs.

Women and children’s tournaments, free throws and three-pointers competitions take place during a break of men tournament around lunch time.

 

Checkers

Swiss system usually. 64 squares’ boards.

 

Chess

Swiss system usually.

 

Family relays

Organised for kids and adults on Saturday and Sunday. Very popular among the kids. Coordinators decide on the coposition of teams and sports.

 

Football

This year men will paly on a syntetic field. Default rule states that team size max 11; and playing 7 against 7 (6 players and 1 keeper). Depending on number of participants teams’ size and duration of games could vary. Shoes for grass fields with metal crumpons are not allowed!

Kids will play on two smaller grass fields. Number and size of teams vary depending on a number of kids willing to play.

 

Pétanque

A coordinator will decide depending on number of participants.

 

Running

Kids and children run 1 short distance depending on their age. 

Men and women run 1km and 5km distances.

 

Swimming

Men, women, boys and girls compete in separate age categories. The swimming events are: 50m. free style, 50m. back, 50m, breast. Swimming pool is 20 meters long; so actually, athletes swim 40 meters instead of 50 :)

 

Table tennis

Standard table tennis rules applied.

Men, women, boys and girls play in separate categories. A draw takes place at the beginning of the tournament. Participants are divided into the groups. The best players advance to play offs.

 

Tennis

Standard tennis rules applied.

Men, women, boys and girls play in separate categories. A draw takes place at the beginning of the tournament. Participants are divided into the groups. The best players advance to play offs.

 

Track and field

There disciplines organised: long jumps, high jumps and shot put.

 

Volleyball

Standard rules applied. Organised only for adults (mixed). Minimum 6 players in a team (minimum 2 women must be palying at a time).

 

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