This years competition in Indonesia promises many familiar sports and some that are rather less well-known
he 2018 Asian Games begin on Saturday in Jakarta with a busy schedule of 40 events that go some style to representing the diversity that exists in the world’s biggest continent. Alongside the usual Olympic sports well-known to a global audience, medals will also be handed out for climbing and skateboarding- which will be included in the Olympics for the first time in 2020- and other, perhaps less familiar disciplines. Here is a guide to some of them 😛 TAGEND HTAG 1 TT Pencak silat FTAG 1 TT DTAG 1 TT DTAG 2 TT HTAG 2 TT Sepak takraw FTAG 2 TT DTAG 3 TT RTAG 9 TT IMG 2 TT SPTAG 3 TT A sepak takraw player from Thailand roll spikes the ball over the net against Singapore. Photograph: Lillian Suwanrumpha/ AFP/ Getty Images HTAG 3 TT eSports HTAG 4 TT Contract bridge HTAG 5 TT Kabaddi FTAG 3 TT DTAG 4 TT DTAG 5 TT HTAG 6 TT Kurash HETAG 6 TT RTAG 18 TTA form of wrestling that originated in Uzbekistan in ancient times, kurash was a little more recently used by Timur( aka Tamerlane) in the 14 th FTAG 4 TT ATAG 3 TT DTAG 6 TT RTAG 19 TT IMG 3 TT SPTAG 4 TT Men compete at the 2017 All-Crimean Open Kuresh Wrestling Championships in 2017. Photo: Sergei Malgavko/ TASS The Camping and Caravanning Club’s Dyfed Shire Horse Farm Certificated Site( CS) in Eglwyswrw, Pembrokeshire welcomed two prestigious guests last month.