Figure: Bukschieten is a shooting sport with a traditional character. Often played with traditional costumes, Also known in certain regions within the Netherlands.
Website: Federatie van Vlaamse Historische Schuttersgilden - www.vlaamseschuttersgilden.be
Figure: A man who rolls the ball towards a stake
Figure: The balls (krulbollen) are only half the size of the normal bolls. As well they are flatter.
Figure: blocks at the end of a sloping alley have to be knocked down by bowls.
Information folder: www.vlas.be/vlaspdf/infofolders/gaaibol.pdf
Figure: A variaton of normal biljart, played between two players or teams
Website: Belgische golfbiljartbond - www.golfbiljart.be
Figure: The muskets keep shooting competitions in traditional costumes. Also famous in Germany, the Netherlands, and Austria.
Website: European Community of historic guilds - www.e-g-s.eu
Federatie van Vlaamse Historische Schuttersgilden - http://www.vlaamseschuttersgilden.be/
Figure: player tries to hit the ball with his palm, popular in Wallonia (balle pelote), but different from Fries kaatsen (The Netherlands).
Website: Kaatsentiteit Vlaanderen v.z.w. - www.vleugelvlaanderen.be
Figure: man and woman stretching the catapult, a small hand-powered projectile weapon.
Website: Vlaamse katapultbond - www.vlaamsekatapultbond.be
Figure: A woman tries to throw the skittles down with a ball. The games is usually played with nine skittles. The alley differs from region to region.
Website: Vlaamse kegelsport federatie - www.v-k-f.be
Figure: The shooter points with a carabine diagonally upon a target (size of a 2 euro coin).
Website: Schuttersverstandshouding Zand-Leemstreek - www.verbondzandenleemstreek.be
Figure: A ball game played between two teams of four players.
Website: Vlaamse krachtbal federatie - www.krachtbal.be
Figure: A boy shooting at the horizontal rake.
Figure: A row of horizontal rakes.
Website: Vlaamse Boogsportfederatie Liggende Wip vzw
Figure: a man throws a disk to a pole (the 'paap') from 8 meters.
Figure: The materials for 'paapgooien' are some disks , a pole (the 'paap'), and coins.
Figure: Longbow archery vertical pole.
Website: Koninklijke Nationale bond der Belgische Wipschutter
Figure: Trabol is played on a long hollow lane of 18 meter.
Website: West-Vlaamse Trabolders federatie - www.westvlaamsetrabolders.net