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Buzkashi is Afghanistan's national game and is a brutal struggle between men endeavouring to ride around an unmarked area holding onto a calf's carcass before dumping it in a designated circle. Buzkashi's unwritten rules are seldom observed. Subscribe to Trans World Sport: http://goo.gl/5kBsQ TWS features sports action from around the globe, including reports from the biggest international competitions, in-depth features on lesser-known sports and profiles of rising stars of the future. Follow us: http://twitter.com/TransWorldSport Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/transworldsport87
Dari/Natsound If there's one thing that epitomises for many the spirit of Afghanistan, it's the sport of buzkashi. The buzkashi season is now in full swing and, even with front lines from the civil war close by, games still go on. APTN reports on a game near the town of Taloqan on the anti-Taliban side of the lines. A hillside is crammed with spectators near the current front lines in the north of Afghanistan. Raging below, a fight of a different kind - buzkashi. The play sweeps past jeeps owned by local commanders taking time out from the war to sponsor a game. Buzkashi has few rules but a long tradition. In essence it's an organised fight, on horseback. The people love it and games can go on for days. This game has been put on to entertain the local v...
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The British three times champion jockey Richard Dunwoody was in Afghanistan recently trying out the traditional Afghan sport of buzkashi. It's the third time Richard has visited the war-torn country. NATO Homepage: http://www.nato.int
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Abdul Majeed has caught quail to sell as fighting birds since he was 15, making up to £650 for the best quality fighters. Quail fighting has been a tradition of Afghanistan's Pashtun community for over 100 years. The sport has been making a comeback after it was banned by the Taliban. It is rarely dangerous for the quail
1. Wide shot of Kabul Buzkashi stadium 2. Buzkashi player sitting on horse, talking on mobile phone 3. Various of players putting on protective gear 4. Game begins - pan to goat's body being carried 5. Scrum of horsemen around body 6. Body dropped to score points 7. Spectators 8. Body picked up by horseman, chased by another 9. Scrum of horsemen around body, using sticks 10. Horseman carrying body 11. Body on ground surrounded by scrum of horsemen 12. Wide shot of scrum of horsemen around body STORYLINE: A new season has just started for Afghanistan's most popular game, a bizarre version of polo, played with the headless body of a dead goat. Buzkashi has been played in Afghanistan using the same rules for hundreds of years. A goat is killed and its head is cut off. ...
Wins over Ireland and Scotland aren't enough as Afghanistan miss out on their goal of reaching the 2011 World Cup after an epic run in the qualifiers. As Xolelwa Majeke reports, the team will have further chances to shock the world after gaining One Day International status. For more sports news and features go to http://english.aljazeera.net/sport
Al Jazeera's Rahul Pathak reports on Afghanistan's incredible achievement in reaching their first major cricket tournament - the World Twenty20 cup to be held in the West Indies in April. Having been ranked 130th in the world just 18 months ago, the players will now face top sides such as India and South Africa after winning their qualifying competition in Dubai. For more sports news and features go to http://english.aljazeera.net/sport. February 13, 2010.