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Kurash

Kurash (Tatar:Көрәш) on a Sabantuy

Kurash (kuresh, koresh and variants; Uzbek kurash, Kyrgyz күрөш küröş, Turkmen göreş [1] Bashkir көрәш (köräş), Tatar küreş, күреш, көрәш, kөrəş, Kazakh күрес küres, Shor кӱреш küreş, Azeri güləş, Chuvash кӗрешӳ) is one of the Turkic terms for "wrestling" (from Old Turkic keriš, c.f. Turkish güreş) and specifically refers to a number of folk wrestling styles practiced in Central Asia. The wrestling is the main competition at the folk festival Sabantuy.[2] Wrestlers (köräşçe(lär)) use towels to hold their opponents, and their goal is to throw their opponents off the feet.[3]

Tatar-style wrestling "Köräş"

Contents

  • History 1
  • World Championships 2
  • Kurash Rules 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

History

The first official All-USSR koresh championship took place in Musa Cälil.

At the turn of 1950 and 1960, the Soviet Federation of freestyle wrestling, Greco-Roman wrestling, and sambo started to develop Tatar Köräş. Sportsmen from the neighbour regions, such as Salavat, Orenburg, Oktyabrsky, Tuymazy, Chelyabinsk, Cheboksary, Almetievsk, Samara, Ulyanovsk, Naberezhnye Chelny. Sportsmen from 36 Russian regions have participated in the Russian championships over the past years.

World Championships

The International Tatar Belt Wrestling Köräş Association was founded on 9 September 2009 with the aim of popularizing Tatar traditions abroad and offer Continental and World opportunities to all sportsmen wishing to compete in Tatar Köräş. It became a member of FILA's World Traditional Wrestling Committee in 2009 and held its second World Championship during the FILA World Wrestling Games that took place in Šiauliai (LTU) in September 2009. The third World Championship was held in Kazan in May 2010 and attracted a participation of about 100 wrestlers from 17 countries.

Kurash Rules

There are three scoring points viz. Halal, Yambosh and Chala. The player who scores a Halal wins the bout. To score a Halal you need to throw your opponent on his back with full control, force and speed. The throw that is close to Halal is given Yambosh. Two Yambosh makes a Halal. The throw that is close to Yambosh is given Chala. No number of Chala can equal a Yambosh. There are three penalties in Kurash. The first penalty is called Tambik, second penalty is Dakki and the third penalty is Girrom which means disqualification. The bout starts with salutation which is called Tazim. And to pause the bout Tokta is used and to cancel a point Bekar is used. [4]

See also

References

  1. ^ Foundation, Turkish Language (28 October 2012). "TDK". home to roam. 
  2. ^ Drayton, James. "Sabantuy". home to roam. Retrieved 11 July 2012. 
  3. ^ Drayton, James. "Sabantuy". home to roam. Retrieved 11 July 2012. 
  4. ^ Verma, Ravi. "KurashRules". home to roam. Retrieved 25 July 2015. 

External links

  • Tatar traditional wrestling
  • Federation of national wrestling «Tatarcha Koresh» of Russian Federation
  • International Kurash Association
  • Canadian Kurash Webpage
  • , Timur Tanaschuk, 2005Kurash Uzbek Bukhara Wrestling StyleGennady Saakov, Timur Tamaschunk, Peter Ben Rozen - .
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