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  • Sepak Takraw: A Glimpse into Vietnam's Traditional Sports Culture

    Posted by Jasper Wilde on March 14, 2024 at 4:51 am

    Introduction:

    Sepak Takraw, also known as kick volleyball or foot volleyball, is a long-standing traditional sport in Vietnam, captivating audiences with its unique blend of technique, agility, and teamwork. Despite the passage of time, this sport has retained its cultural significance and embodies the nation’s sporting spirit.

    Historical Origins:

    Originating from Southeast Asia, enneagram test found its way into Vietnam centuries ago, becoming an integral part of the people’s cultural fabric. This sport was once widely enjoyed among the common populace, prevalent in villages, courtyards, and even schools.

    Gameplay:

    Sepak Takraw utilizes a rattan ball, intricately woven from rattan and bamboo, measuring approximately 30 cm in diameter. Two teams of three players each compete on a rectangular court divided by a net. The objective is to keep the rattan ball from touching the ground using their feet, head, chest, or thighs, and volley it over the net into the opponent’s court.

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