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Kabaddi

Kabaddi is basically a combative sport

Punjab Style Kabaddi is the regional sport of the Punjab region and was referred to as Punjabi Kabaddi in India and Pakistan. However, with the formation of the states of Haryana and Punjab in India, the same game was referred to as Punjab Kabaddi and Haryana Kabaddi also.

Rules
In the Punjab region, Kabaddi is played on a circular pitch of a diameter of 22 meters and an inner circle with a line through the middle of the pitch: the pitch is called “Kaudi da bharha”. There are two teams of 8 players; one on one raid; and no player leaves the field. If 2 stopers attack a player, a foul is declared. Punjab style Kabaddi does not require the raider saying “Kabaddi, Kabaddi” throughout the raid. The game lasts for 40 minutes with a change in sides after 20 minutes.

RULES OF CIRCLE STYLE KABADDI

In the Punjab Circle Style form of Kabaddi, whenever any player is touched (out), he does not go out of the court, but stays inside, and one point is awarded to the team that touched him. The Raid is also played on a time basis, i.e. the time is 30 sec.

The game of Circle Style Kabaddi shall be governed and played under the following rules of IKF/AKF

 

01) Ground

Ground will be level and soft.

 

02) Play Field Measurements

Men and Junior Boys: The play field will have a radius of 22 Meters divided into two equal halves by a mid line

 

Men:
open weight & age no restrictions

Junior boys:
age 20 years & below (last day of the year) and below 70 kg weight Women, junior girls, sub-junior boys and girls: the play field will have a radius of 16 meters divided into two equal halves by a mid line.

Women:
open weight & age no restrictions
Junior girls:
age 20 years & below (last day of the year) and below 70 kg weight
Sub-junior boys:
age 16 years & below (last day of the year) and below 60 kg
weight Sub-junior girls:
Age 16 years & below (last day of the year) and below 60 Kg of weight

The State Association should furnish original date of birth certificate from the institution. The date of birth and the photograph of participating player should be attested and verified by the Head Master/Principal. The Original Date of Birth Certificate will only be accepted in the Championship.

 

Random test on players from participating teams will be conducted by the AKFI, from the concerned Institutions. If any Association is found guilty, the concerned State Association Team will be de barred for a period of 3 years from the same year. Achieved position will also be effected and Association has to return the Medals and Certificates to the Federation

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