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Sumo Wrestling

Sumo wrestling is a national sport in Japan. Every

Year there are six tournaments,and millions of Japanese

Watch them on television. A tournament is a series

Of matches.

Sumo is almost as old as the nation of Japan itself.

Stories say that there was sumo wrestling over 2,000

Years ago. There are written records of national sumo

tournaments in the 8th century.

In man sports, athletes are thin and can move very

quickly. However, sumo wrestlers weigh from 100 to 160

Kilos (kilograms). One famous wrestler weighed 195

Kilos. Sumo wrestlers do not move quickly, and sumo

Wrestling is a very slow sport.

Sumo wrestlers start training when they are boys.

They exercise to make their bodies strong. They also eat

a lot.

They wrestle in a round ring with a sand floor. A

Wrestler loses the match if he leaves the ring. He is also

the loser if any part of his body except his feet touches

the floor. Each wrestler tries to push the other down

on the floor or out of the ring. Sometimes one wrestler

just steps aside when the other wrestler rushes toward

him. Then, the wrestler who is rushing falls down or

moves out of the ring.

Sumo is not very popular in other countries, but the

Japanese think that it is a very exciting sport.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Sumo Wrestling(相撲摔角)

    Sumo wrestling is a national sport in Japan. Every year there are six tournaments,and millions of Japanese watch them on television. A tournament is a series of matches.

    在日本,相撲摔角是一項國有的運動。每年有六場比賽,而且有數百萬的日本民眾在電視機前觀賞比賽。在一場比賽中包含一連串的回合。

    Sumo is almost as old as the nation of Japan itself. Stories say that there was sumo wrestling over 2,000 years ago. There are written records of national sumo tournaments in the 8th century.

    相撲的歷史幾乎如同日本歷史般的長久。不少故事曾提到:相撲摔角起源於兩千年前。而且,在第八世紀就有手寫記載全國性之相撲比賽的記錄。

    In man sports, athletes are thin and can move very quickly. However, sumo wrestlers weigh from 100 to 160 Kilos (kilograms). One famous wrestler weighed 195 Kilos. Sumo wrestlers do not move quickly, and sumo wrestling is a very slow sport. Sumo wrestlers start training when they are boys. They exercise to make their bodies strong. They also eat a lot.

    在許多運動項目中,選手們都維持苗條的體型,如此才能快速地移動身體。然而,相撲選手們的體重須介於100~160公斤之間。有一位知名的相撲選手,其體重更重達195公斤。相撲選手們沒有辦法迅速地移動身體,因此,相撲摔角是一項非常慢速的運動。相撲選手的訓練是從男孩階段開始;他們靠著運動來使身體變得強壯,而且,他們要大量進食。

    They wrestle in a round ring with a sand floor. A wrestler loses the match if he leaves the ring. He is also the loser if any part of his body except his feet touches the floor. Each wrestler tries to push the other down on the floor or out of the ring. Sometimes one wrestler just steps aside when the other wrestler rushes toward him. Then, the wrestler who is rushing falls down or moves out of the ring. Sumo is not very popular in other countries, but the Japanese think that it is a very exciting sport.

    相撲選手是在一個環狀的沙地裡進行摔角比賽。如果選手離開該環狀沙地,將會吞下敗戰。另外,除了選手的腳之外,如果身體的其它部位也碰到了沙地,那麼他也會被宣告失敗。因此,在比賽時,每位選手都會試圖將對手推倒在沙地上,或者將對手推出環狀的沙地範圍。有時候在比賽中可以看到,某位選手在衝向另一個選手時,被攻的選手會突然閃邊或讓步,然後主攻的選手會跌倒或摔出沙地。雖然相撲在其它國家並不熱門,但是有些日本人認為它是一項非常刺激的運動

    Source(s): 自己
  • 1 decade ago

    相撲角力

    相撲角力在日本是一個風行全國的運動。

    每年會舉辦六個冠軍賽,上百萬的日本民眾圍繞著電視機觀看。每一個冠軍賽都是系列賽。

    相撲運動幾乎和日本本身歷史一樣久了,相傳這項運動始於2000年前,而且在第八世紀時開始有國家比賽的記載。

    在人類運動裡,運動員總是結實且能靈活跑跳,然而相撲力士卻重達100到160公斤,頂尖的力士甚至有195公斤重。相撲力士非但不用敏捷地移動,相反的,相撲角力是一種緩慢的運動。

    想成為一個相撲力士,從小就得接受訓練,這能鍛鍊他們擁有強壯的體格。同時他們的食量也相當驚人。

    他們在一個沙地圍成的圓圈裡對決。如果有一方離開了這個圓圈就遭到淘汰,如果腳以外的地方碰到地面也算出局。每一位力士盡力地把對手撲倒在地或是推出圈外。有時候當對手撲撞過來時,他只需閃避開而就能讓對手跌落在地或掉到圈外。

    相撲運動在其他國家並不太熱門,但日本人卻視它為一種很刺激的運動。

  • 1 decade ago

    相撲比賽

    相撲比賽在日本是國家運動. 每年有六場賽事而且有數以百萬的日本人在電視前收看這些比賽. 每場賽事是較量的系列競賽.相撲幾乎是與日本它自個國家一樣古老. 故事說著相撲比賽在超過兩千年前就有了. 在第八世紀時 就有全國性相撲比賽的文字記錄了.

    在人類運動中 運動員要長的瘦且能快速地活動. 然而相撲選手卻是從100至160公斤的體重重量 一位著名的相撲選手還重達195公斤 而且相撲比賽是非常緩慢的運動. 相撲選手當他們還是小男孩時就開始訓練了. 他們接受鍛鍊使他們的身體強壯 他們也吃很多.

    他們在沙地中圍繞環形中搏鬥. 若選手離開了環形則就輸了比賽. 若除了腳之外的身體任何一部份碰觸到了沙地地板 他也是輸家. 每位選手都會試著把其他人推倒在地板或推離環形外. 有時一位在當其他選手衝向他而來時 只走到旁邊 然後衝過來的選手不是摔倒不然就衝出環形外. 相撲在其他國家雖不是很受喜愛 但日本人卻認為它是非常刺激的運動.

    Source(s): 台灣人也
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