Kabaddi

 

Country - India

Formation – Two Teams

Equipment – None

Game – Have two teams line up at least 15’ apart from each other. Flip a coin to see which side will go first. A player from team one stands near the centerline. On the signal, the player runs to the team territory and tries to tag a team two player. While doing this, the player must keep yelling “Kabaddi, kabaddi, kabaddi” without taking a breath. If the player makes it back into her own territory, without taking a breath, the player stays in the game. If the player stops shouting, “Kabaddi” and takes a breath, then that player can be tagged by an opposing player. If this happens before the player crosses back into his or her own territory. Then the player tagged is out of the game. Then it is the other team's turn. The game is over when one side loses all of its players.

 

 

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