Areas for Striking Hands, Head, Upper Body, and Legs
Allowed Techniques Strikes with stick (padded)
Defense Equipment Obligatory
The system of fighting realization The fight can be stopped for technique action estimation
Weapon that can be used Padded stick (From organization)
2. EQUIPMENT 1. Allowed Equipment for the Competitions: 2. All weapons that are used in competitions must be certificated or given by the organizations. Stick (Padded) - Coming from Competition Organization
3. Competition suits - Official uniform or clothes which is officially accepted in the school which Participants presents.
4. Defensive equipment is classified as compulsory and additional 5. All protection equipment will be checked and allowed for use in competitions by the organization.
Obligatory Equipment 1. Helmet (For face protection, personal or from organization) Extra Defense Equipment Groin Protector (Must be place under trouser) Forearm protector (Without hard potentially injuring insertions) Shin protector (Without hard potentially injuring insertions) Protection Gloves Elbow Protection Knee- guards Waist coat protector CATEGORIES
Competition categories: - Male division, students - Male division, lakans - Female division, students - Female division, lakans
COMPETITION JUDGEMENT Corner Judges (3) -counts the strikes points -each participants actions are followed by 1-2 who allocate points for the actions. -points are recorded in judge’s notes.
Referee (1) -start/end the fight, following the participants during the fight.
Arbiter (1) -following the fight, announce participants, records the fights.
Registrar (1) -check the participant’s equipment, counts the points for the actions according to the judge’s notes.
Stop-watcher (1) -set the start/end of the fight as well as the break/ interruption time.
DURATION OF THE FIGHT Qualifying fights - 2 or 3 rounds, - 2 minutes each - 30 seconds break
Semifinals & Finals - 2 or 3 rounds - 3 minutes each - 30 seconds break If the participant’s scores are equal, after that another extra round. An extra round, First point wins for the fight.
ACTION EVALUATION THE POINTS ARE AWARDED FOR THE ALLOWED ACTIONS - The strikes with the stick should be strong enough and reach the counting areas of the body in order to be counted. - All strikes in any opponent’s area give 1 point. - Points are awarded in case of disarming the opponent. 1. Grabbing & twisting opponent’s stick gives 1 point. 2. Knocking stick out gives 1 point Disarming must be done quickly, and slow movement don’t give any points
POINTS ARE NOT AWARDED IN THESE CASES: -strikes at the wrong area are not permitted. -knocking opponent down -strikes with the empty hand -kicking with legs Fine points are given in case of rules violations. If participants take one fine point, his opponent takes one technique point. ALLOWED ACTIONS 1. All basic strikes except thrusting is allowed 2. Blocking is allowed 3. Disarming are allowed
RESTRICTED ACTIONS 1. with the stick -thrusting -using punyo -finishing of the fallen opponent -strikes into groin area -strikes in to spine or back of head 2. Banned actions: -all strikes with the empty hand -all kicking techniques -ground wrestling -throwing and take down techniques 3. The banned non- technique action: -turned back to your opponent -stepping out at the fighting area -simulation (fake reaction) -improper behavior and verbal harassment against the opponent, assistants or judges.
FINES AND WARNINGS (Give automatic warning and 1 point for the opponent) 1. Fined for restricted technique actions. 2. for restricted actions without weapons. 3. for performing restricted non-technique actions * When the fighter gets three warning, he/she is automatically out from the fight. THE COMBAT INTERRUPTION 1. The combat is interrupted the following cases: -period time is up -assistant’s requirements -in inability to continue the fight with one of the opponents -if disqualified 2. If the fighter is injured the 1 minute is allocated to him for the restoration If the time is up and the injured opponent cannot continue to fight, he/she (the injured one or who injured the opponent) is disqualified. If the opponent is warned or not found any prohibited actions, the injured opponent is granted with a loss. 3. If the opponent refused to continue the fight, or unable to continue the fight, he/she is granted with technical knockout. WINNER DETERMINATION Winner is decided by: -counting the points received from the fights -winning the fight the additional period -judge’s decision -disqualifying -if one of the opponents is unable to continue the fight CASES BEYOND THE EXISTING RULES The cases that are not mentioned within the set of rules are considered by the judging team and the initiators of the competitions.
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