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Hình của Báo ảnh Việt Nam

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La renaissance du combat au bâton long - Long Stick - A Traditional Martial Arts Weapon

       Dans les écoles traditionnelles vietnamiennes d'arts martiaux, le Con ou « bâton », est divisé en deux types : court et long. Le bâton court (1,5-1.7m), est utilisé pour l’entraînement et le combat et le bâton long (plus de 3m), dans les compétitions.

     En 2010, sur la base de documents historiques et d’objets conservés au Musée de Quang Nam, l’Institut des arts martiaux de Tay Son-Binh Dinh et des maîtres d'arts martiaux de Quang Nam, Quang Ngai, Da Nang et Khanh Hoa ont restauré la pratique du long bâton, disparue près d’un siècle.
Le bâton long fait 3 à 3,5 m et est en bois de kien, souple. La tige de kien est polie pour atteindre 3cm de diamètre, mais seulement 2cm aux extrémités. Le haut du bâton est enveloppé de tissu pour éviter d’infliger des blessures à l’adversaire.

Martial arts master Tran Xuan Man

     According to many traditional Vietnamese martial arts schools, Con, also known as stick in English, is divided into two kinds: short and long. The short stick, 1.5-1.7m long, is used for practicing and fighting and the long stick, more than 3m long, is used in competitions.

     In 2010, based on historical records and objects preserved in Quang Nam Museum, martial arts masters from the Tay Son-Binh Dinh Martial Arts Institute and others in Quang Nam, Quang Ngai, Da Nang and Khanh Hoa researched and restored the martial arts performance with long sticks, a competing event of the traditional Vietnamese martial arts that was lost for nearly 100 years.
According to research, the long stick was normally 3-3.5m in length and made from Kien wood that is flexible and bouncy. The Kien tree is polished and turned into a round stick. The stump of the tree is 3cm in diameter and the top of the tree is smaller, about 2cm. The top of the stick is wrapped in a knot made of fabric to avoid causing wounds to an opponent.


Salut avant le combat (Chào trước khi thi đấu)
Two martial arts artists and their supervisors perform a salute rite before a match.


Utiliser le bâton long pour faire chuter d’adversaire (Đánh ngã đối phương)
Trying to use the long stick to make an opponent fall.