To pull the rope to your side in a period of time.
It's "Tug-of-war". You can also use "Tug o' war."
Eastport Tug o' War Boley tug of war from Ireland was in the longest pull.
The winners in a "tug of war" go backwards
'Tug of War'
In a Tug of War game
Tug of War
Tug O WarThis is because the winners go backward and the losers go forward into a puddle of mud (at least how I play)
Sokatira- Tug of War, this is part of Herri Kirolak which means Basque rural sports. Spanish do not compete at tug of war, although teams from Basque-land do.
They're tugging (pulling); like in a tug a war contest.
There are over twenty songs on iTunes called Tug Of War.
Tug of war is an example of static forces, that is until someone loses...
No. Tug of War was an Olympic event from 1900 to 1920.