Kabaddi is an ancient Indian contact sport, and can be thought as a mix of tag, wrestling, and British Bulldog. Two teams occupy two halves of a pitch 13m x 10m in dimension. In one round of play, one player from Team A enters Team B's half as a "raider", and aims to make contact with as many "defenders" in Team B as possible to win points. The defenders aim to prevent the raider from returning to their half; this is done by emplying holds, tackles, and other defensive tactics. Teams take alternate turns to raid, and points are scored for every succesful raid and tackle.