While in Sweden, I learned a few things.

One of them is the term "set". In the U.S., I think most of us use the terms "game" and "match" when talking about kubb. A team has to win two "games" to win a "match". However, these two words are very similar in the English language, very similar. Actually, one could make the case they mean the same thing...at least to most people...me included. When directing tournaments, if a "match" is getting close to a timelimit, I will ask a team what "game" th...
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