Japanese kenjutsu (“techniques of the sword”) grew to become kendō (“the way of the sword”). Contests for runners and jumpers were to be discovered across the length and breadth of the continent. During the age of imperialism, explorers and colonizers have been often astonished by the prowess of those “primitive” peoples. Nandi runners of Kenya’s Rift Valley seemed to run distances effortlessly at a pace that introduced European runners to pitiable physical collapse. It is unlikely that the 7th-century Islamic conquest of North Africa radically altered the traditional sports of the area.
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