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Sepak Takraw.

Sepak Takraw is a native Southeast Asia sport which is also known as kick volleyball. It resembles the volleyball except that player use their feet and head to touch the ball rather than their arms & hands, and a rattan ball is used instead of the standard volley 111 more words

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History of Sepak Takraw.

Source: http://www.thestar.com.my/lifestyle/archive/2013/03/08/the-legacy-of-sepak-takraw/

In 1935, during the Golden Jubilee Celebrations, the game of sepak raga was played on a badminton court, in the Malaysian State of Negeri Sembilan. 102 more words

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Why Sepak Takraw Is Not In The Oplympics.

The reason why Sepak takraw is not in the Olympics is unknown as there is not an official reason given. But it could be that it is not as known in the western world as it is in south east Asia. 8 more words

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Chances of Sepak Takraw Getting Into The Olympics.

Again, the chances are not certain as the officials have not released any statement regarding this matter. Therefore, Sepak takraw is will not be in the Olympics even though the Sepak takraw Federation (Istaf) wants the sport to have greater worldwide exposure. 45 more words

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Equipment Required For Sepak Takraw


Without a ball, sepak takraw cannot be played or exercised. So the rattan ball makes it the most important thing in the game. The ball used in sepak takraw is made of synthetic fibre and also in some case a hand woven layer is used. 235 more words

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Sepak Takraw - siri 2



Sepak takraw dimainkan dengan menyepak atau menanduk bola untuk melepasi jaring dan masuk ke gelanggang lawan. Pemain menggunakan kaki untuk menyepak, merejam atau mengawal bola. 165 more words

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Victorias HS sepak takraw team shine in ASEAN School Games

A REGU from the reigning 2017 Palarong Pambansa champions of Victorias National High School (VNHS) carried the national colors in the sepak takraw event of the recently-concluded 9th ASEAN School Games in Singapore. 230 more words