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2018 World Nomad Games kick off in Kyrgyzstan

September 04, 17:48 UTC+3

Sports include eagle hunting, bone throwing and kok-boru, a Central Asian form of polo in which two teams battle for control of a decapitated goat carcass

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2018 World Nomad Games are held at Kyrchyn Gorge in the Issyk-Kul region, Kyrgyzstan, every two years
2018 World Nomad Games are held at Kyrchyn Gorge in the Issyk-Kul region, Kyrgyzstan, every two years
2018 World Nomad Games are held at Kyrchyn Gorge in the Issyk-Kul region, Kyrgyzstan, every two years
© Viktor Drachev/TASS
Young women in traditional costumes watching 2018 World Nomad Games
Young women in traditional costumes watching 2018 World Nomad Games
Young women in traditional costumes watching 2018 World Nomad Games
© Viktor Drachev/TASS
World Nomad Games include 37 ethnic sporting events
World Nomad Games include 37 ethnic sporting events
World Nomad Games include 37 ethnic sporting events
© Viktor Drachev/TASS
Horsemen compete in the 2018 World Nomad Games
Horsemen compete in the 2018 World Nomad Games
Horsemen compete in the 2018 World Nomad Games
© Viktor Drachev/TASS
A view of the 2018 World Nomad Games, held at Kyrchyn Gorge, Kyrgyzstan
A view of the 2018 World Nomad Games, held at Kyrchyn Gorge, Kyrgyzstan
A view of the 2018 World Nomad Games, held at Kyrchyn Gorge, Kyrgyzstan
© Viktor Drachev/TASS
Horsemen compete in the 2018 World Nomad Games
Horsemen compete in the 2018 World Nomad Games
Horsemen compete in the 2018 World Nomad Games
© Viktor Drachev/TASS
This years the games are underway from September 2 to 8
This years the games are underway from September 2 to 8
This years the games are underway from September 2 to 8
© Viktor Drachev/TASS
Sports include eagle hunting, bone throwing and kok-boru, a Central Asian form of polo in which two teams battle for control of a decapitated goat carcass
Sports include eagle hunting, bone throwing and kok-boru, a Central Asian form of polo in which two teams battle for control of a decapitated goat carcass
Sports include eagle hunting, bone throwing and kok-boru, a Central Asian form of polo in which two teams battle for control of a decapitated goat carcass
© Viktor Drachev/TASS
Participants enjoy an amusement ride at the 2018 World Nomad Games
Participants enjoy an amusement ride at the 2018 World Nomad Games
Participants enjoy an amusement ride at the 2018 World Nomad Games
© Viktor Drachev/TASS
Women in traditional costumes at the 2018 World Nomad Games
Women in traditional costumes at the 2018 World Nomad Games
Women in traditional costumes at the 2018 World Nomad Games
© Viktor Drachev/TASS
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2018 World Nomad Games are held at Kyrchyn Gorge in the Issyk-Kul region, Kyrgyzstan, every two years
© Viktor Drachev/TASS
Young women in traditional costumes watching 2018 World Nomad Games
© Viktor Drachev/TASS
World Nomad Games include 37 ethnic sporting events
© Viktor Drachev/TASS
Horsemen compete in the 2018 World Nomad Games
© Viktor Drachev/TASS
A view of the 2018 World Nomad Games, held at Kyrchyn Gorge, Kyrgyzstan
© Viktor Drachev/TASS
Horsemen compete in the 2018 World Nomad Games
© Viktor Drachev/TASS
This years the games are underway from September 2 to 8
© Viktor Drachev/TASS
Sports include eagle hunting, bone throwing and kok-boru, a Central Asian form of polo in which two teams battle for control of a decapitated goat carcass
© Viktor Drachev/TASS
Participants enjoy an amusement ride at the 2018 World Nomad Games
© Viktor Drachev/TASS
Women in traditional costumes at the 2018 World Nomad Games
© Viktor Drachev/TASS

World Nomad Games are an international sport competition dedicated to ethnic sports practiced in Central Asia. This years the games are underway from September 2 to September 8. Sports include eagle hunting, bone throwing and kok-boru, a Central Asian form of polo in which two teams battle for control of a decapitated goat carcass. The highlights of the unusual competitions on the shores of Lake Issyk Kul - in this gallery by TASS.

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