Bruce R. Bethers, Jose A. Caracena, Gabriel García, Kazuo Ito Goshin Jutsu - Traditional Judo

Bruce R. Bethers, Jose A. Caracena, Gabriel García, Kazuo Ito Goshin Jutsu - Traditional Judo, 2019

In this book you will find the study about the method of personal defense (Goshin Jutsu) of the teacher Kazuo Ito, who was undoubtedly the best student of Kyuzo Mifune.
Both were exceptional Judokas, defenders of tradition, of the highest values of Budo and to protect the legacy of Jigoro Kano.
Kyuzo Mifune and Kazuo Ito followed the teachings and advice of Jigoro Kano and years after his death they continued to teach the world a Judo complete, including in their works and videos various types of techniques that are not used today in sports Judo, as for example dislocations of dolls, knees, ankles, atemi waza and different forms of self-defense

Tony Collins, How Football Began, A Global History of How the World's Football Codes Were Born, Routledge 2018

This ambitious and fascinating history considers why, in the space of sixty years between 1850 and 1910, football grew from a marginal and unorganised activity to become the dominant winter entertainment for millions of people around the world.
The book explores how the world’s football codes - soccer, rugby league, rugby union, American, Australian, Canadian and Gaelic - developed as part of the commercialised leisure industry in the nineteenth century. Football, however and wherever it was played, was a product of the second industrial revolution, the rise of the mass media, and the spirit of the age of the masses.

Table of Contents
1.The Failure of the Football Association 2. Before the Beginning: Folk Football 3. The Gentleman’s Game 4. Sheffield: Football Beyond the Metropolis 5. The End of the Universal Game 6. From the Classes to the Masses 7. Glasgow: Football Capital of the 19th Century 8. The Coming of Professionalism 9. Women and Football: Kicking against the Pricks 10. Rugby Football: A House Divided 11. Melbourne: A City and Its Football 12. Australian Rules and the Invention of Football Traditions 13. Ireland: Creating Gaelic Football 14. Football and Nationalism in Ireland and Beyond 15. American Football: The Old Game in the New World 16. Canadian Football: Between Scrum and Snapback 17. Rugby League Football: From People’s Game to Proletarian Sport 18. The 1905-06 Football Crisis: North America 19. The 1905-06 Football Crisis: Rugby 20. Soccer: The Modern Game for the Modern World 21. The Global Game

Pelota vasca en Cuba 1930-1960

Antonio Mendez Muñiz, Pelota vasca en Cuba 1930-1960. Volumen primero: Cesta punta Tapa blanda, 1995

Pelota Vasca en Cuba

Jeux, sports et divertissement, au Moyen Âge at à l’ Âge classique

Alexandre Bidon, Robert Henri Bautier, Pierre Bony, Jeux, sports et divertissement, au Moyen Âge at à l’ Âge classique, Actes du 116e Congrès National des Sociétés Savantes, Chambéry 1991, Paris, Année de parution : 1993

Le présent volume reproduit dix-neuf communications présentées au 116e Congrès national des Sociétés savantes, à Chambéry en 1991. Un rapport introductif de J.-M. Mehl dresse un état des lieux historiographique et bibliographique. Deux études régionales suivent, qui visent à appréhender globalement, dans le temps et l’espace social, les jeux, fêtes et divertissements dans le Poitou (R. Favreau) et le Centre (R. Germain) du Moyen Âge. La pratique du jeu, de hasard ou d’adresse, fait l’objet d’une deuxième section : pratique individuelle de rois, du Philippe Auguste adulte (R.-H. Bautier) au Louis XIII enfant (Th. Depaulis), sur lesquels la documentation, comptable ou médicale, permet de jeter une vive lumière ; pratique collective d’anonymes dont seules la violence, la criminalité et la répression judiciaire permettent de connaître les gestes et les motivations. Beaucoup plus obscure, la pratique de ce que nous définissons aujourd’hui comme sport, voit converger des disciplines et des sources variées : lexicographie et histoire des idées lorsqu’il faut étudier la doctrine chez un Hugues de Saint-Victor (M. Lemoine) ; iconographie et archéologie lorsque l’historien recherche les traces les plus modestes des activités ludiques liées à l’hiver (D. Alexandre-Bidon) ou à l’eau (C. Gouédo-Thomas) ; étude des textes normatifs réglementant la Compagnie des chevaliers tireurs de Chambéry (P. Chappaz). Les sources se font en général plus riches pour les fêtes et célébrations collectives : des courses de taureau (A.M. Rodrigues) aux réceptions obligées dans les villes (J.-P. Leguay), de l’art progressivement affiné de la basse-danse (C. Ingrassia) au périple du convoi funèbre de René II de Laval en 1533-1534 (P. Bony) ; des fêtes de chevalerie bourguignonnes (J.-P. Jourdan) et angevines (Chr. de Mérindol) aux divertissements publics portugais (M.J. Palla) et savoyards (A. Mansau), se perçoit l’écho, aussi profond que divers, de mises en scène lourdes de sens.

L. Gougaud, La soûle en Bretagne et les jeux similaires du Cornwall et du Pays de Galles

L. Gougaud, La soûle en Bretagne et les jeux similaires du Cornwall et du Pays de Galles, Annales de Bretagne et des pays de l'Ouest Année 1911 27-4 pp. 571-604 (

L Gougaud La sole en Bretagne et les jeux similaires du Cornwall et du Pays de Galles

Robert Crego, Sports and Games of the 18th and 19th centuries, Greenwood Press. Sports & Recreation, 2003

Robert Crego, Sports and Games of the 18th and 19th centuries, Greenwood Press. Sports & Recreation, 2003

Many of today's sports and games have their roots in the 18th and 19th centuries. Their history allows you to get to know the life and culture of that world. Great Britain played an important role, which, being a global power, had a particularly strong impact on sport. Using the dominant role, Great Britain promoted many Western sports according to certain rules, limiting traditional sports and games in regions that it colonized, e.g. in Africa. The publication shows the rules of many sports and games of that period.

Don Nardo, Arts, leisure, and sport in ancient Egypt

Nardo, Don Arts, leisure, and sport in ancient Egypt. Lucent Books, San Diego, Calif, 2005
The many arts and crafts at which the Egyptians excelled and the numerous leisure pastimes they pursued are examined in detail in this enlightening book. Among the crafts covered are pottery- and glass-making, spinning and weaving, painting, sculpture and jewelry-making. Other chapters are devoted to Egyptian writing systems and literature, as well as activities such as music, dancing, wrestling, archery and hunting.

Jaisal Singh, Polo in India, Roli Books, 2008

This book tells the story of Indian polo from the earliest incarnation of the modern game in Manipur right up to the present day. From the British tea planters and army officers in India who first witnessed the game in the early 1800s to the Indian Army, which made an enormous contribution to keeping polo alive after Independence, this fast-paced and exciting sport has attracted a legion of loyal fans. Traditionally a royal sport, the Indian princely states of Patiala, Jodhpur and Jaipur did much to advance the popularity of polo in the early twentieth century, producing some truly iconic players. In the 1980s the sport was revived by another princely state Udaipur.

Mapping of traditional sports and games (TSG) in Europe

Mapping of traditional sports and games (TSG) in Europe - Final report - Study
Published: 2016-07-18
Directorate-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture (European Commission)

a This mapping of Traditional Sports and Games (TSG) aims at gaining a better understanding of the landscape of organisations active in the field of TSG, at identifying and analysing a number of key actions and interesting initiatives across the European Union (EU). It also seeks to inform decision-makers on possibilities to support TSG at EU level by providing recommendations on potential actions and initiatives.
The publication is available:

a Mapping of TSG


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