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Palant Cyprzanow - Adam Kondys

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PALANT-BALL /
SCHLAGBALL
The traditional sport
in Upper Silesia

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Short description of the traditional sport
The name of the sport
• Piłka palantowa = Palant-ball ( former
Polish Palant B...

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Other bat-and ball sports
–Baseball
–Cricket
–Softball
–Oina
–Lapta (RU)
–Vanaske Šore (SRB)
–Meta (H)

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Palant Cyprzanow - Adam Kondys

  1. 1. PALANT-BALL / SCHLAGBALL The traditional sport in Upper Silesia
  2. 2. Short description of the traditional sport The name of the sport • Piłka palantowa = Palant-ball ( former Polish Palant Ball Association – Polski Związek Piłki Palantowej. • palant – quite inappropriate word for a sport. • Schalagball – german word for the sport, very popular in Silesia before WW2 and nowadays used commonly in Cyprzanow’s Palant-ball Association („Schlagball Team”).
  3. 3. Other bat-and ball sports –Baseball –Cricket –Softball –Oina –Lapta (RU) –Vanaske Šore (SRB) –Meta (H)
  4. 4. Short description of the traditional sport The history of Cyprzanow’s palant-ball • Piłka palantowa / Schlagball in Poland and in Germany. • The peak development of Schlagball in Upper Silesia before and after the WW2. • 1918 – the first in Cyprzanow (at that time Jannowitz) sport association ever - Spielverein Jannowitz is a Schlagball association).
  5. 5. Spielverein Jannowitz as the Silesian vice-champion in Schlagball in 1929
  6. 6. Cyprzanow’s palant-ball team as vice-champion of Poland in 1982
  7. 7. Short description of the traditional sport The history of Cyprzanow’s palant-ball • The gradual recession of Palant-ball sports in Silesia after 1980. • The recent efforts in rejuvenating palant- ball/Schlagball in Upper Silesia, Poland and Germany.
  8. 8. Playing palant in Grabów
  9. 9. Short description of the traditional sport The rules of the game • The field – rectangle, 25m wide and 65m long
  10. 10. Short description of the traditional sport The field (polish rules)
  11. 11. Short description of the traditional sport The field (german rules)
  12. 12. Short description of the traditional sport The rules of the game • The field – rectangle, 25m wide and 65m long • The sports equipment: – The ball – leather, spherical ball stuffed with horsehair and rubber; with circumference of 17-19,5cm and weight of 80-120g.
  13. 13. Short description of the traditional sport The (palant) ball
  14. 14. Short description of the traditional sport The rules of the game • The field – rectangle, 25m wide and 65m long • The sports equipment: – The ball – leather, spherical ball stuffed with horsehair and rubber; with circumference of ca. 17-19,5cm and weight of 80-120g. – The bat – wooden stick, made all from the same wood (usually ash or pine wood); about 130cm long (the max. length)
  15. 15. Short description of the traditional sport The bat
  16. 16. Short description of the traditional sport The rules of the game • The field – rectangle, 25m wide and 65m long • The sports equipment: – The ball – leather, spherical ball stuffed with horsehair and rubber; with circumference of ca. 17-19,5cm and weight of 80-120g. – The bat – wooden stick, made all from the same wood (usually ash or pine wood); about 130cm long (the max. length), round in a section, with a diameter of 2,5-4,5cm in its striking part.
  17. 17. Short description of the traditional sport The bat
  18. 18. Short description of the traditional sport The rules of the game • The field – rectangle, 25m wide and 65m long • The sports equipment • The players – 2 teams, 12 players each
  19. 19. The palant-ball team (picture from the year 1929)
  20. 20. The current palant-ball team of Cyprzanow The current team of Cyprzanow
  21. 21. Short description of the traditional sport Two teams
  22. 22. Short description of the traditional sport The rules of the game • The field – rectangle, 25m wide and 65m long • The sports equipment • The players – 2 teams, 12 players each – The minimum number of the players is 7 (at the beginning of the game) – The teams can be mixed (contain both men and women)
  23. 23. Short description of the traditional sport The rules of the game • The field – rectangle, 25m wide and 65m long • The sports equipment • The players – 2 teams, 12 players each • The playing time – 2x30min with 10min break
  24. 24. Short description of the traditional sport The rules of the game • The field – rectangle, 25m wide and 65m long • The sports equipment • The players – 2 teams, 12 players each • The playing time – 2x30min with 10min break • The goal of the game
  25. 25. The flick-up (striking the ball)
  26. 26. Flicking up the ball
  27. 27. Running to the „safe hause”
  28. 28. Catching the ball
  29. 29. Exchange of the ball
  30. 30. Taking the opponent player
  31. 31. Taking the opponent player
  32. 32. Taking the opponent player
  33. 33. In the „safe hause”
  34. 34. The goals of Cyprzanow Palant-ball Association Our goals • Training young people and teaching them palant-ball rules. • Introducing palant-ball in public schools. • Building relations with other polish palant-ball associations in order to reestablish Polish Palant Ball Association. • International exchange of ideas with other bat-and-ball sport associations in order to establish European Federation of Bat-and-Ball Sports.
  35. 35. The activities of Cyprzanow Palant-ball Association Our activities • Popularizing palant-ball, especially among school children and young people. • Promoting palant-ball in local and public media. • Organizing national and international palant- ball tournaments and sport competitions. • Establishing international relations with other bat-and-ball sport associations (from Germany, Romania, Russia).

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