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English project NAME : KARIN KRUPETSKY AND BATEL BLINDER

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Underwater rugby

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Underwater rugby is a sport that has its origin in the physical fitness training of German diving clubs and has little in common with rugby football except for the name. It is played underwater in a pool with a depth of 3.5m to 5m and goals at the bottom of the pool. description of the game

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How is it played?.. It is played underwater in a pool with a depth of 3.5m to 5m and goals at the bottom of the pool. Two teams (blue and white), each with six players (plus six substitutes), try to score a goal by sending the slightly negatively buoyant ball (filled with saltwater) into the opponents’ goal. It is a fast and exhausting game; therefore, the subs replace their players on the fly. The ball may be passed in any direction but must not leave the water. It "flies" about 2m or 3m before water resistance stops it

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History.. In 1961 a member of the German Underwater Club came up with the idea of an underwater ball game. Air-filled balls are not suitable for underwater games, as they are buoyant and always return to the surface. The first underwater ball was invented when Bersuda filled the ball with saltwater. Since the density of the ball was now greater than that of normal water, it no longer floated to the surface, but slowly sank to the bottom. The sink rate could, within certain limits, be controlled by the concentration of the salt solution. As soccer balls are too large to be practical, waterpolo balls are used.

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I chose this particular sport because…. I never heard before about this kind of sport, its actually a unusual sport , very stranger but after reading and understanding I think its very nice sport , its so cool ! I wish someday I could learn more about Underwater rugby , and even play it.

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Summary: underwater rugby

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