What is tchoukball and how is it played? Tchoukball rules 

What is tchoukball and how is it played?

There are many athletic sports in the world, and one of them is tchoukball. It is a Swiss game which combines the features of volleyball and squash. It is also the fastest sports played today. It was invented by Swiss biologist Dr. Hermann Brandt in the 1960s. It is a game which combines versatility, fair-play, tactics and intensity. According to Dr. Hermann Brandt, the purpose of the game is to reduce the risk of injuries and accidents. How to play tchoukball? Just like any other game, two teams play against…

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World Tchoukball Championships Women’s Division 2015 Tchoukball Championships 

World Tchoukball Championships Women’s Division 2015

The indoor sport of tchoukball has seen an exponential increase in its popularity in the recent times. The brainchild of Hermann Brandt, tchoukball is a unique game that shares elements of handball, volleyball, and squash. Hermann Brandt is said to have invented the sport because he was concerned with the increasing aggressiveness in sports and wanted it to contribute towards building a more humane society. Due to the nobility and uniqueness associated with this sport, more and more people are tuning into the annually-held World Tchoukball Championships. The World Tchoukball…

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World Tchoukball Championships Men’s Division 2015 Tchoukball Championships 

World Tchoukball Championships Men’s Division 2015

Tchoukball is an indoor game that has seen a meteoric rise in its popularity in the recent years. Invented by Hermann Brandt, a Swiss biologist who was concerned with the increasing barbarism and violence in sports, tchoukball is a unique sport that has aspects of handball, volleyball, and squash. Although mixed gender games are not allowed in international championships, there have been many national level competitions that pit teams of men and women against their counterparts. Due to the uniqueness of the sport, many people are tuning into the World…

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Asia-Pacific Tchoukball Championships Asia-Pacific 

Asia-Pacific Tchoukball Championships

Tchoukball has evolved ever since its first game in 1971. Today, the game is played all over the world in Asia, Europe, America and many other countries. There are a lot of events which take place biennially. One of those events is the Asia-Pacific Tchoukball Championships. One of the most awaited tchoukball events this year is the Asia-Pacific Tchoukball Championships 2016. It is also known as APTC 2016. It will be the 6th edition of Asia-Pacific Tchoukball Championships and is an event in which teams from Asia-Pacific take part and…

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Asia-Pacific Tchoukball Seminar Asia-Pacific 

Asia-Pacific Tchoukball Seminar

The Tchoukball Federation or the FITB has always conducted seminars to make sure that people learn how to play the game. These seminars are held across the world annually, and their purpose is to provide proper tchoukball training and education to the people of that country.  The Asia-Pacific Seminar is attended by the delegates from all over Asia. The president of the Tchoukball Association also attends these seminars. It is not just an indoor seminar as there are many outdoor activities involved too. Date and venue This year, the Asia-Pacific…

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Pan American Tchoukball Championships Tchoukball Pan American 

Pan American Tchoukball Championships

One of the most enjoyable and exciting tchoukball events is the Pan American Tchoukball Championships. It is also known as PATC 2016. It is an event in which teams from Pan America take part and play to defend their titles. In 2014, the champions were Brazil from the men’s teams and Columbia from the women’s team. They will defend their titles this year. The Pan American Tchoukball Federation with the FITB is hosting the championship. It will have the men’s teams from different countries including Argentina, Mexico, Brazil, Uruguay, Columbia…

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Pan American Congress Tchoukball Pan American 

Pan American Congress

Every year, there are a lot of seminars, events, and tchoukball tournaments. These events are all related to the game. A few events, however, are held to focus on how one can improve the game or the events. One such event is the Tchoukball Pan American Congress. It is one of the few official meetings held by the tchoukball officials. It is a meeting where they discuss the future of the game. They discuss the rules that should be applied and the changes that should be made. Some Tchoukball stakeholders…

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Pan Tchoukball American Seminar Tchoukball Pan American 

Pan Tchoukball American Seminar

The Tchoukball Federation or the FITB conducts annual seminars to promote the game in different countries of the world. These tchoukball seminars are usually held in Asia, Europe, and America. They are prestigious events attended by the delegates and FITB officials. They help educate the locals as well as the delegates from different countries. The representatives and officials from the Pan American countries such as Argentina, Mexico, Brazil, Uruguay, Colombia and other nations will attend the seminar. The president of the Tchoukball Association or FITB will also attend it. The…

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Tchoukball Strategies Tchoukball Strategies 

Tchoukball Strategies

There is no game which does not require a proper strategy, technique, and tactics to win. The strategies adopted by the players in different games depend on the position where the players are standing. The techniques applied to win the game also depend on the rules. Tchoukball has some fascinating rules which make the game exciting to watch. The game also has different rules for positioning the players and scoring, which makes the game more interesting to watch. The players adopt different strategies to play, which also reduce injuries and…

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The Rules of Tchoukball Tchoukball rules 

The Rules of Tchoukball

Tchoukball is a Swiss game invented by the Swiss biologist Dr. Hermann Brandt in 1970. The game has rules for the court, equipment, players and playing method. 1. The court rules The court rules are different for a single-net and a double-net match. Single-net match For a single-net match, the court size is a square of 15 to 20 meters. Double-net match For a double-net match, the court size has a 20-meter goal line and 30 to 40m sideline. The frame is in the middle of the goal-line, where a…

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