Elementary college students from across the Park Cities converged on Highlander Stadium Monday for the annual Ronnie Marks Sports Competition. The kid performance, just like the cultural part a product of a gentleman named Richard Curzon, is to a music entitled The Pacific Spirit,” which has a bounce akin to the music of Kiwi rocker Neil Finn that offers it a bit extra pep than the common occasion theme.
A formidable festival ritual called juldarigi featuring an enormous knotted rope in a form of lateral tug of conflict is showcased.
The macaw mascot is an attention-grabbing contact, and the harp band at the end is tight even if the lyrics are fairly normal worldwide sports tropes (I am trilingual in Spanish and French, in case anyone wonders).
Asian Video games (Hiroshima, Japan): I could not discover the total show from Japan’s first fashionable ceremony, however there is a very noisy sequence with large sashes carried to a techno combine on a bed of taiko and gong.
Handball World Champs (Sweden): Just some generic sports ballet from a show in Gothenburg to debut the world championships of continental Europe’s answer to basketball, handball.