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  • 1. MONGOLIANAADAM FESTIVAL(National sports)
    Presented by : Munkh-Orgil Lkhagvasuren
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  • 2. Contents
    Naadam Festival
    • History
    • Opening ceremony
    Archery(from the weapon to the sport tool)
    Horse racing(the nomad is born in the saddle)
    Wrestling(inseparable part of Mongolian’s life)
    Review
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  • 3. NAADAM festival (July 11-13)
    ARCHERY
    HORSE RACING
    WRESTLING
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  • 4. NAADAM Festival Opening ceremony
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  • 5. Archery(from a weapon to a sport tool)
    Archery in the
    13th century
    Today’s archery
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  • 6. Details (horn bow - one of the main category of bow family)
    Weight - 10-16 pound
    Shooting distance - 350 yards
    Wooden frame - 40-45 inch
    Weight – 7-8 pound
    Shooting distance – 250 yards
    Mongolian Horn Bow
    Made with:
    Bow - horn, wood, animal skin, glue and sinew
    Arrow - wood, metal and feather
    English Long Bow
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  • 7. Rules
    Distance from target
    Men - 75 meters
    Women - 60 meters
    Each competitor must :
    •shoot 40 times
    • try to hit red targets
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  • 8. Horse racing (the nomad is born in the saddle)
    divided into six categories based on age of the horses
    race from 10 miles to 17 miles depend on age of the horses
    children from the ages of 5-13 are chosen as jockeys
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  • 9. In total about 2000 horses race during the Naadam
    The racing horses divided into 6 groups .
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  • 10. Result of the racing
    The five wining horses are revered in poetry and music and given some prizes.
    The losing two years old horse is also serenaded with a song to encourage the next racing.
    …called ‘Tumnii Ekh’/
    Leader of Thousands
    …called ‘Bayan Khodood’/
    Full Belly
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  • 11. Wrestling(inseparable part of Mongolian’s life)
    Origin
    Boke, the Mongolian word for wrestling, has a history of more than 2,000 years.
    It means to force an opponent to touch any part of their body other than the feet to the ground, placing them in a position of inferiority.
    • Genghis Khan considered wrestling to be an important way to keep his army in good physical and combat shape.
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  • 12. Specifications (the winners moving on to the next round)
    No weight limit
    No age limit
    No field line
    No time limit
    (wrestling in big matches including Naadam has time limit)
    Have authority to choose a opponent based on position of rank
    Title rank is very important in Mongolian wrestling.
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  • 13. The number of rounds won by each wrestler determines rank.
    Zodog and shuudag, wrestling uniforms, are designed to move freely and to show wrestler’s majesty.
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  • 14. Review
    The Naadam is …
    unique and historical festival, developed and introduced by Mongolians to the world.
    traditional sports and methods which train people both physically and mentally.
    evidence and proud of Mongolian Independence and Freedom.
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  • 15. Thank you for your paying attention
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