Football Italian reports that “Bendables” is now officially a regular sport at football clubs and stadiums across the country.
The new rope sport has been dubbed “rope-style”.
The sport was first proposed as a way to get people out of the stadium, away from the crowd, and away from spectators, by making it possible for the athletes to use their body weight and leverage in order to bend a rope or to move around the pitch.
“Bend-style” rope is now being taught at a variety of levels, including in youth sports, in the academies, in club competitions and in various professional tournaments.
In a press release from Italian Rugby, the sport’s governing body, they state that the sport is now accepted by both professional and amateur players and clubs alike.
And, according to the Sport Minister for Football, Giuseppe Marotta, “The new sport of ‘Bends’ will now become a regular part of the sport, and a real part of our game, for the first time.”
The news comes as a major blow to the sport of rugby league, which has been enjoying an amazing run of success over the last decade.
Its growth has seen it reach new heights in the last few years, with the likes of the likes to the likes the Australian Raiders, Wallabies and the Queensland Reds all being in the top 20 of international rugby league rankings.
Despite all this, there are many that are not happy with the current state of rugby.
There are currently over 40 international teams playing in the Australian Rugby League (ARL) and many of them have been given new contracts that make them ineligible for the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
However, these players are now able to use the new rope sports.
It is an issue that has been discussed amongst rugby league’s top brass for years, but has never been resolved.
This new rope system would give some of these players a chance to continue playing rugby league while also making it easier for fans and the wider rugby community to enjoy the sport.
We’re thrilled that we can finally have a new rope style for the sport that is more appealing to both fans and spectators.
As a member of the public, I am proud of my rugby league team, who are one of the best in the world.
I am excited that they are finally able to take part in this exciting new sport, which will give me the chance to see some of my favourite players on the field for the next few months.
Stay tuned for more from the sport!