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Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Arsenal Players Learned Silat


Arsenal players practice Silat moves (The traditional Malay martial arts).



The Arsenal players dabbled in the traditional Malay martial art of Silat


Theo Walcott, Aaron Ramsey, Laurent Koscielny and Francis Coquelin spent their second day in Singapore practicing traditional Malay martial arts.


Monday, June 15, 2015

Video Finals Pencak Silat Men's Ganda (Doubles)


Ganda is a Pencak Silat competition category in which two Pesilats (two contestants) of the same team perform their skills and demonstrate the  richness of their attack-defense Jurus techniques. The attack-defense movements are performed in a well-planned, effective, aesthetic, stable and logical manner, well-organized, whether it is a powerful and fast movement or slow and contemplative movement, bare-handedly and armed.

28th SEA Games Singapore 2015
Pencak Silat Men's Ganda (Doubles) - Finals
1st Placing





28th SEA Games Singapore 2015
Pencak Silat Men's Ganda (Doubles) - Finals
2nd Placing





28th SEA Games Singapore 2015
Pencak Silat Men's Ganda (Doubles) - Finals
3rd Placing





Regu Finals Pencak Silat 28th SEA Games


Regu is a Pencak Silat competition category in which three Pesilats (three contestants) of the same team perform their skills in Jurus Baku Regu (Team Jurus)  in an accurate, exact and stable manner, along with soulfulness and harmony, bare-handedly.


Pencak Silat Artistic Female Team - Regu Finals




Results Regu SEA Games 2015



28th SEA Games Singapore 2015
Pencak Silat Artistic Female Team 
Regu 1st Placing 




28th SEA Games Singapore 2015
Pencak Silat Artistic Female Team 
Regu 2nd Placing





28th SEA Games Singapore 2015
Pencak Silat Artistic Female Team 
Regu 3rd Placing







Tunggal Finals Pencak Silat 28th SEA Games


Tunggal is a Pencak Silat competition category in which  a Pesilat (one contestant) performs Jurus Baku Tunggal (single jurus) skill in a proper, accurate and stable manner with soulfulness,  bare-handedly and armed.


28th SEA Games
Pencak Silat Artistic Male Singles
Tunggal Finals




Results Men's Tunggal (Singles) SEA Games 2015


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28th SEA Games Singapore 2015
Pencak Silat Artistic Male Singles (Tunggal) - Finals
1st Placing




28th SEA Games Singapore 2015
Pencak Silat Artistic Male Singles (Tunggal) - Finals
2nd Placing




28th SEA Games Singapore 2015
Pencak Silat Artistic Male Singles (Tunggal) - Finals
3rd Placing






Final Results Pencak Silat (SEA Games 2015)


Pencak Silat broadly describes a form of indigenous martial arts that originates from parts of Southeast Asia. Pencak is the performance aspects of the martial art, while Silat is the essence of the fighting and self-defence.

There are many different forms and techniques in Silat but focus is concentrated on strikes, joint manipulation, throws and bladed weaponry.

Pencak Silat competitions consist of 2 categories:

Match category: Tanding
Artistic category: Tunggal (Singles), Ganda (Doubles) and Regu (Team)
Match category events consist of a sparring match between two contestants. Artistic category events consist of 1 to 3 contestants demonstrating their skills in a series of pre-planned movements.

There are 13 events for Pencak Silat in the 28th SEA Games:

Men’s:

•    Tanding Class A (45kg  to 50kg)
•    Tanding Class B (50kg  to 55kg)
•    Tanding Class C (55kg to 60kg)
•    Tanding Class D (60kg to 65kg)
•    Tanding Class E (65kg to 70kg)
•    Tanding Class F (70kg to 75kg)
•    Tanding Class H (80kg to 85kg)
•    Tunggal (Singles)
•    Ganda (Doubles)

Women’s:

•    Tanding Class B (50kg to 55kg)
•    Tanding Class C (55kg to 60kg)
•    Tanding Class D (60kg to 65kg)
•    Regu (Team)

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TANDING

Tanding is a Pencak Silat competition category which presents a match between 2 (two) Pesilat (contestants) from different teams. Both  contestants confront each other using defense and attack elements  i.e. repulse/dodge/hit/attack at the target and drop the opponent; using competition tactics and techniques; maintaining stamina and fighting spirit; applying principles (kaidah) and steps patterns (pola langkah) by demonstrating the richness of jurus techniques, in order to score the most.


Men's Tanding Class A (45-50kg)

Diep Ngoc Vu Minh (Vietnam)                      vs                       Nur Awaluddin (Indonesia)

                         5                                                                                              0



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Men's Tanding Class B (50-55kg)

M Nasir Muhammad Faizul (Malaysia)               vs                   Khansakhon Nanthachai (Thailand)

                                                                                                               Disqualified



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Men's Tanding Class C (55-60kg)

Chemaeng Adilan (Thailand)             vs                      Nguyen Nguyen Thai Linh (Vietnam)

                                                                                                        Disqualified





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Men's Tanding Class D (60-65kg)

Poolkaew Pornteb (Thailand)             vs                 Romli Muhammad Fahmi (Malaysia)

                5                                                                                             0



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Men's Tanding Class E (65-70kg)

Jamari Mohd Al Jufferi (Malaysia)                 vs                     VU Van Hoang (Vietnam)

                         5                                                                                                0




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Men's Tanding Class F (70-75kg)

Juma'en Muhammad Nur Alfian (Singapore)             vs                      Tran Dinh Nam (Vietnam)

                         5                                                                                               0




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Men's Tanding Class H (80-85kg)

Bahar Tri Juanda Samsul (Indonesia)             vs                      Sobri Muhammad Robial (Malaysia)

                         4                                                                                                1



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Women's Tanding Class B (50-55kg)

LUEANGAPHICHATKUN Suda (Thailand)    vs        SOUNTHAVONG Olathay (Laos)

                              3                                                                              2




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Women's Tanding Class C (55-60kg)

HOANG Thi Loan (Vietnam)         vs         WITA Wewey (Indonesia)

              3                                                                              2




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Women's Tanding Class D (60-65kg)

Siti Rahmah (Malaysia)                        vs                            NGUYEN Thi Yen (Vietnam)

                   5                                                                                             0




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Thursday, May 28, 2015

The OneSilat Championship


OneSilat is a global and professional fighting championship rooted in the culturally rich Asian martial arts of silat. Originating in Southeast Asia, silat is a deadly martial art practiced by millions of people in the region and around the world. Fighting styles are diverse within silat, and techniques include hand strikes, kicks, joint manipulation, throws as well as the use of traditional weaponry.

OneSilat is the world’s 1st platform for silat practitioners worldwide to fight professionally. OneSilat fights are based on unique OneSilat rules, non-stop, full contact and comprise of three 3-minute rounds, and set against a high-octane background with lights and music, promise to give the viewers an adrenalin-filled experience never seen before in the world of silat.


THE COMPETITION

OneSilat fights are competed in a unique circular ring measuring seven meters in diameter and one that is raised at the sides. One “corner” shall be designated the white corner, and the “corner” exactly opposite it shall be designated the black corner.

MATCH DURATION

Each fight is to be for 3 rounds, with each round lasting 3 minutes, with a 1-minute interval in between rounds.
Each title fight is to be for 3 rounds, with each round lasting for 5 minutes, with a 1-minute interval in between rounds.
Each World Championship title fight is to be for 5 rounds, with each round lasting for 5 minutes, with a 1-minute interval in between rounds.
Prior to the start of each fight, each fighter must perform an 8-step pencak silat movement of their own style.

RULES & REGULATIONS

MATCH ATTIRE

Fighters are to be dressed in attire provided by OneSilat Championship. Naked torsos, kickboxing shorts, shoes or other attire are strictly prohibited. Female contestants are allowed to wear headscarf and T-shirts underneath the official attire.

PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

All contestants are required to wear a:

  • mouthpiece
  • groin guard (compulsory for both male and female), and
  • grappling gloves (7oz) and handwraps
Gloves will be provided by OneSilat Championship. No other protective equipment is allowed (e.g. shin guards, knee and ankle supports, chest protectors, or any type of padding).

MATCH SCORE

Fights Are Won By:

  • Knockout
  • Technical Knockout
  • Submission (tapping out physically and verbally)
  • Referee Stoppage (TKO)
  • Doctor Stoppage
  • Corner Man Throwing In Towel
  • No Contest
  • Disqualification
  • Judges Decision

To score a fight, judges will take into account the following in descending order of importance:

  • Near TKO or submission
  • Damage
  • Striking combinations and generalship
  • Takedowns
  • Takedown defense
  • Aggression
  • Clear techniques apply
  • Variation techniques apply
  • Physical conditioning

LEGITIMATE TECHNIQUES

Standing techniques allowed include:

  • Strikes, including punches, forearm and elbow strikes, kicks and knees to the head, body and legs
  • Flying knee and elbow strikes
  • Standing submissions
  • All types of scissors/clips with 2 legs to the legs, body or neck
  • All takedowns
  • One punch or kick only (no stomping) by a standing fighter against the body of a grounded opponent
  • Clinching and knee, elbow and punches

GROUND TECHNIQUES:

  • Grounded opponent can defend from the attack of a standing fighter

FOULS/ILLEGAL TECHNIQUES

  • Head butting
  • Knee and elbow strikes to the head (except for flying/jump knee and elbow)
  • Eye gouging
  • Biting
  • Spitting at the opponent
  • Orifice insertion
  • Inserting finger into cut/laceration of an opponent
  • Hair pulling
  • Groin attacks
  • Small joint manipulation
  • Striking of opponent between rounds and after final bell
  • Attacking opponent at or during the break
  • Throat strikes of any kind, including without limitation, grabbing of the trachea
  • Clawing, pinching or twisting of the flesh
  • Grabbing of the clavicle
  • Stomping of a grounded opponent
  • Striking downwards using the point of the elbow
  • Holding or pulling the shorts or gloves of an opponent
  • Hiding or standing behind the referee
  • Abusive language or signs
  • Disregarding referee’s or championship official’s instructions
  • Striking an opponent to the mattress on his head or neck
  • Interference by the corner to distract the referee intentionally
  • Applying foreign substance to the hair, face or body to gain an unfair advantage
  • Excessive amounts of water dumped on a fighter to make him/her slippery
  • Consumption of any energy drinks by fighters


Monday, April 6, 2015

Himpunan Sang Sapurba Segayong Malaysia


Silat practitioners are the country's third line of defence against internal and external threats, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak.

Najib, who was speaking at Himpunan Sang Sapurba Segayong Malaysia, said silat practitioners were the third line of defence because of their warrior spirit.

Najib also called on silat practitioners to practice restraint against irresponsible parties intent on instigating hatred amongst the Malays and Malaysians.

"We must not let certain quarters destroy what our forefathers have built."

At the event, Najib presented various sashes to silat masters and launched the Silat Gayong Foundation.

Also present was the Minister of Domestic Trade, Consumerism and Cooperatives Datuk Hasan Malek and Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Brig-Gen (rtd) Datuk Seri Jamil Khir Baharom.


Friday, January 2, 2015

Sarong as a Weapon in Silat


A sarong or sarung  is a large tube or length of fabric, often wrapped around the waist and worn by men and women throughout much of South Asia. The fabric most often has woven plaid or checkered patterns, or may be brightly colored by means of batik. Many modern sarongs have printed designs, often depicting animals or plants.

Although sarong is the clothing, but sarong can also be used as a weapon in combat to attack and defend yourself. Cindai is the generic term for the sarong style of silat used typically to lock in combat.

The video demonstrates training technique with repetition, and then at the end of the video shows a little bit of free-flow with some resistance. Though not shown in this video, the next progression of training would be sparring.









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