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Bru, Mongolian means throwing. Competitions are divided into two categories: long throw and accurate throw, mostly held in festive festivals. The long throw is to decide the victory or defeat by throwing distance, generally throwing beyond 100 meters. The aim is to erect three circular wooden columns 50 cm high, 4 cm in diameter at the upper end and 6 cm in diameter at the lower end on the site. The spacing of the wooden columns is 10 cm.

On November 11, 2014, Brussels was approved by the State Council to be included in the fourth batch of national intangible cultural heritage lists.

brief introduction

Bru, a sport, means throwing in Mongolian. Competitions are divided into two categories: long throw and accurate throw, mostly held in festive festivals.

rule

The throwing distance is generally 30 meters, and the target is scored according to the regulations. The distance and approval are limited to three times per person. Three throws should be completed in 30 seconds. There is no regulation on the throwing posture, and the best result in three throws will be ranked. The long throw is to decide the victory or defeat by throwing distance, generally throwing beyond 100 meters. The aim is to erect three circular wooden columns 50 cm high, 4 cm in diameter at the upper end and 6 cm in diameter at the lower end on the site. The spacing of the wooden columns is 10 cm.

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