Kho-Kho ranks as one of the most popular traditional sports in India. The origin of Kho-Kho is difficult to trace, but many historians believe, that it is a modified form of 'Run Chase', which in its simplest form involves chasing and touching a person. With its origins in Maharashtra, Kho-Kho in ancient times, was played on 'raths' or chariots, and was known as Rathera.Like all Indian games, it is simple, inexpensive and enjoyable. It does, however, demand physical fitness, strength, speed and stamina, and a certain amount of ability. Dodging, feinting and bursts of controlled speed make this game quite thrilling. To catch by pursuit - to chase, rather than just run - is the capstone of Kho-Kho.The game develops qualities such as obedience, discipline, sportsmanship, and loyalty between team members.
At the end of the innings there is an interval of 5 minutes and an interval of 2 minutes, in between the turns. Each side alternates between chasing and defence.
Kho-Kho can be played by men, women, and children of all ages. The game requires a very small piece of evenly surfaced ground, rectangular in shape, and 27m by 15m. The only equipment required are the two poles. The game lasts no more than 37 minutes.
Domestic seasons and tournaments
The following championships are organised for this game:
National Championships, Junior National, Sub Junior National Championship, School Championship, Mini School Championship, Primary Mini School Championship, National Women Championship, All India Inter University Championship and Federation Cup
Organisations involved with the sport in India
The primary sports body for this game is called the Kho-Kho Federation of India (K.K.F.I.). It has its branches in all the states and it has been conducting Mini, Junior and Open National Championships for both sexes, in many parts of India.
you need a Kickball (rubber ball slightly larger than a Basketball) and 4 bases for the basic kickball set up. you need a kickball (rubber ball slightly larger than a basketball) and 4 bases for the basic kickball set up. you need a kickball (rubber ball slightly larger than a basketball) and 4 bases for the basic kickball set up.
The equipment you need to play are a hoop, a ball, and some team members.
well you have to have a ball not just a regular ball a basketball,cleaks:)<3
No. Korfball is a Dutch sport. I don't think that korfball is popular in Norway
Korfball Europa Cup was created in 1967.
An adult korfball post is 3.5m high
Highbury Korfball Club was created in 1998.
Korfball at the World Games was created in 1985.
Korfball European Bowl was created in 2005.
An indoor korfball court is 40x20m, outdoors is 60x30m
Korfball was invented in 1901 by Nico Broekhuysten, an Amsterdam schoolmaster. The game was invented so that males and females could play the same game without either sex having an advantage.
A British player called Daniel Pratt who plays for Croydon Korfball Club is the most popular korfball player in Hungary
IKF Korfball World Championship was created in 1978.
British Student Korfball Nationals was created in 1991.
The cost depends on what kind of glove, bat and other required equipment you get