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Dinron is played by holding a 10 meters long bamboo pole and pushing the opponent, the intention being to step over the opponent's borderline. The complete opposite to a Tug of War. Dinoron is played by two individuals or two teams of equal numbers.
Dinoron is a traditional game played in the Philippines and seemingly restricted to that area of the world.
It is popularly played at festivals and celebrations, rather than as a league sport.
Dinoron is compeated as an outdoor activity.
Dinoron is competed by upper school and college student aged competitors, and older.
Teams are often of mixed sex.
Dinoron is an activity that requires overall body strength, but is also a sport of stratagy and tactics.
Teams are restricted by individual body weight and complete team body weight.
The game object of Dinoron, is to push forward, stepping over the opponents base line.
The competition is competed as a best out of three pushes. Teams change ends after the first push,(the team holding the fatter end of the pole in the first push, therefor has the thinner end in the second push). Should a third and deciding push be nessasary ends are decided by a toss of a coin.
Tug of War 620.
Level of Demand
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