The World Series of Ethnosport Challenge tournaments is held for one year and consists of 8 Ethnosport Challenge tournaments in different countries. Tournament winners are invited to the final World Ethnosport Challenge tournament.
The concept of Ethnosport Challenge tournaments is unchanged for all competitions: four (eight) athletes or teams representing the Host Country team, against four (eight) athletes or teams from other countries representing the World Ethnosport team. The initial draw is held on the principle of challenge: the athletes of the host countries team choose their opponents from the World Ethnosport team, then the knockout principle is used. The final result in the team competition is considered by the number of victories of representatives of the teams, in addition, the winner of the tournament in each type of competition is revealed.
The tournament program Ethnosport Challenge consists of competitions ethnosport-strongmen and any local ethnosport competitions – wrestling, racing (boats, horses, camels, running, etc.), as well as various games. Competitions are held according to the rules and with the inventory of local traditional games in order to preserve and develop the intangible cultural heritage of ethnic groups.
The World Ethnosport Challenge Tournament Program consists of ethnosport-strongmen competitions, where the winners of Ethnosport Challenge tournaments are invited, as well as any ethnosport world competitions. The program is formed by World Ethnosport, the World Ethnosport Challenge Organizing Committee, with the mandatory support of the governments of countries representing ethnosport federations (for example, yoga, wushu, etc.).
The EWS Regulations on the Ethnosport Challenges Tournaments