Makluman / Announcement
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Jakarta to host 37 sports in 2011 Games
Malaysia's representative in the SEA Games Federation (SGF) executive meeting Datuk Sieh Kok Chi told Bernama that Indonesia would drop petanque, fin swimming, muay thai and shuttlecock juggling from the programme.
"The two new sports included are wall climbing and roller-skating," said Kok Chi here on Monday.
Among sports proposed by Indonesia are badminton, weightlifting, aquatics, football, archery, shooting, silat, taekwondo, athletics, squash, hockey, billiard & snooker, boxing, volleyball, basketball, golf, judo, sepak takraw, table tennis, wushu and cycling.
Among sports not contested in Vientiane but included in Indonesia are tenpin bowling, equestrian, gymnastics, fencing, chess, traditional boats, kayaking, rowing, sailing, softball and baseball.
Tuesday, December 8, 2009
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REVIEW OF RULE CHANGES
The XXIV International Softball Federation Congress that took place a few weeks ago in Venezuela had many significant outcomes. While not being as impactful as some of the major changes that the game has seen this decade, there were modifications made to the playing rules during last month’s proceedings in Venezuela that players, coaches, umpires, and even fans and media should know about.
The Playing Rules Commission met at the Congress and approved several proposals that had been submitted by ISF member national federations.
The changes will all be incorporated into the ISF’s 2010-2013 playing rules. However, for ease of review of what was passed at the meetings in Venezuela, ISF Director of Umpires Bob Stanton has put together a document containing solely that information. Accessible now through this link, the document will also be reachable via the Playing Rules page in the Rules & Standards section of www.ISFsoftball.org.
Several major competitions where these changes will be in place will take place next year, including, but not limited to, the Central American & Caribbean Games, the ISF XII Women’s World Championship, and the III World University Softball Championship. The full calendar of 2010 international softball events scheduled to-date can be found here.