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⛷ | [Speed ​​skating] Director Yuda praised Miho Takagi for five crowns, "close to the best color medal in international competitions"

Photo Miho Takagi, who achieved the unexplored five crowns (representative photo)

[Speed ​​skating] Director Yuda praises Miho Takagi for five crowns "close to the best color medal in international competitions"

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The 1000 and 1500 meters, which I am good at, are also very good times, and I think they are close to the best colored medals in international competitions. "

After the final day of the All Japan Championship of Speed ​​Skating (XNUMXth, Hokkaido / Meiji Hokkaido Tokachi Oval), Atsushi Yuda, Director of Strengthening Department ... → Continue reading

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Competition(Kyoto,British: competitionCompetition) is a constantRulesCompeting for superiority or inferiority[1].. In JapaneseForeign wordsAsコ ン ペ テ ィ シ ョ ンSometimes the word is used. The abbreviation “competition” may also be used.


Competition means competing for superiority or inferiority of some technique while following certain rules. Do it alsogame(ゲーム[2].

The content of the competition varies, and is, for example, some skill or physical ability. Daijisen cites expressions such as “athletics” and “arizoku”. A person who competes in a competition is called a competitor.

There are various taxonomies in competition. For example, there is a method of classifying into "individual competition" in which individuals compete for superiority and "group competition" in which superiority and inferiority of groups compete. There is also a method of dividing indoors/outdoors into “indoor sports” and “outdoor sports”. There is also a method of classifying by the age of the competitor, such as "youth competition" or "senior competition".

As an internationally governing body for each sports competitionInternational Federation(International Sports Federations, ISFs).


Meetings or gatherings for conducting competitions are called competitions. (People who like foreign words are called "competitions").

The competition may be planned by some organizer, in which case the dates are decided in advance, the participants (athletes, referees, operators, etc.) are notified in advance, and the people gather on the scheduled day.

When the scale is large or there are many disciplines, it is also called "competition", "competition" or "championship". Many are certified by associations and competition management organizations in the field. Rule violation (=Foul play) Is performed, "DisqualificationIn some cases, it may be judged that the player has left the field and will be suspended from that point onwards.

It may be classified into "final" and "qualifying (qualifying)" for selecting participants in the final.

Competitions (conventions) are world-class competitions (World championship), held in a specific region or cultural area (regional convention, ... zone convention.Regional Championship.Asian Games,East Asian Games,Portuguese-speaking GamesEtc.), and tournaments that are held only within one country (US tournament, German tournament, Russian tournament, Japan tournament, etc.)Japan Championship,National championshipIt is also possible to classify the names such as "national competitions"), which are held in a specific area within one country and are called "local competitions" in that country.

Representative sports competitions

Examples of competitions and competitions


And so on. The above are just some of the sports competitions. It does not matter if there are as many competitions as there are sports.

Games / games

And so on. There are game competitions only for the types of games, and there are countless competitions as well.


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  1. ^ Daijisen
  2. ^ Encyclopedia of Play Supervised by Japan Recreation Association Tokyo Book 1989 p.56


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