Special Thanks To:
My Dear Friends Mr. Sergey Kuzmin of Russia, Mr. Alexey Kostyrev of Latvia, Mr. Gernot Freiberger of Austria and Mr. Cay Fabian of Germany.
Special Thanks To:
Hannelore Franck of Yper Museum, Geert Souvereyns of Musea Brugge, Bernard Pauwels of Kortrijk Erfgoed en Musea, Stephane Debonne, Claude Vandewoestyne of Stedelijke Oudheidkundige Commissie Wervik – Geluwe, the staff of Kortrijk 1302 Museum, Wervik, Beernem and Geluwe Libraries and to my friends Bernard Vandamme of Bruges (Belgium), Paul Lengkeek of Utrecht (Netherlands) and Jannes Huizing of Groningen (Netherlands), also to my friends from Limburg, Belgium, namely Luk Indesteege, Jos Sterk and Karel Velherst of Bibliotheek Hasselt (Limburg, Belgium).
Dear Friends, I am happy to present this historical document which contains very important information regarding the rules of the traditional Austrian Ranggeln Wrestling competitions from the 1870s. The document is an extract from the story called “Der Kernschuss” written by Dr. A. Silberstein. The language of the document is German. Enjoy the read! Thanks. Ruslan C Pashayev
SAVING THE LEGACY: THE PREHISPANIC BALLGAME
Arturo Iván Sánchez Monroy
Archeologist from the National School of Anthropology and History from Mexico
Member of Mexican Federation of Traditional Sports and Games.
Wrestling For The Boar’s Head. 1800’s Hornchurch, Essex, England.
This article is dedicated to my dear friend, the four-time British Heavyweight Pro Wrestling Champion, Mr. Tony St. Clair.
Wrestling in the Salzburg Mountains
(THE OLD RULES OF RANGGELN WRESTLING)
Special thanks to my dear friends Rosi Hörhager, Günther Heim and Eva-Maria Schweiger.
INTRODUCTION OF PRO WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIPS AT NIMES, FRANCE, XIV CENTURY
Escaramuza charra - Guillaume Lanouhe's virtual photo exhibition
Boule de fort – Guillaume Lanouhe (Association Brev’Art) photographic exhibition
We invite you to see the wonderful photos of Boule de fort by Guillaume Lanouhe from Association Brev'art (Boule de Fort, Le Soleil Levant, Tours - France).
Sanlucar de Barrameda horse racing is a tradition that goes back more than a century. This is one of the most important annual events of this city on the Costa de la Luz.
Born in 1845, at the foundation of the Sanlucar de Barrameda Horse Racing Society, this tradition was born from the races that the fish sellers made in order to be able to arrive first at the market and sell first.
Joutes Languedociennes – Guillaume Lanouhe (Association Brev’Art) photographic exhibition
Fantasia – Guillaume Lanouhe (Association Brev’Art) photographic exhibition
We invite you to see the wonderful photos of Fantasia by Guillaume Lanouhe from Association Brev'Art.
Guy Jaouen, Petar Petrov, Traditional Wrestling, Our Culture, Promoting Traditional Sports and Games, Intangible Cultural Heritage In South-East Europe