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) 次の英文を読み、下記の設問に対する答えとして最も適切なものを選択朋やー④の中から 1 つず 回 つ選びなさい。 Boxing fstsprobabjy began Boxing, a sportin which two people ight by hitting each other with th Howevef ittook along time to develop a8 the frst ime one person punched another in Dlay, not anger the use of padded gloves and allow boxers onlyto hi the activity we know today with rules that require aist and on the front or side。andLdo not allow holding an Opponent ) and ttaly, amd their opponents above their wi twas a popular sport in ancient Greece, Asia Minor (mostly modern day Turkey yas an Olympic event from about 688 BC。 Boxing gloves were apparentjy invented'around 1500, first recorded_boxing although fighting was still mainjy with bare fists for many years after that。 The din 1681zn Britain。 An English nobleman organized the fight between WO ofhis match' was hel Servants) The frst Enghish championzfn 1719.as James Figg and it was 3t this time that the word Boxers stil fought with bare fts and the earliest formal boxing'was first used to describe the sport (They recommended using rules were introduced by another champion、James Broughtoh in 1743 ining butn6Eim actual boxing matches。 jandages or padded mittens to protect the hands in tm Amajor change came when the Queensbury rules were published in LondoNAin 1862。 These rules made wearing gloves necessary, fixed the size of the ringranddecided that each, round should be They became the standard set ofrules three minutes long, wi breaks of one minute between rounds under which all boxing matches were foughtand they became common in the USAandCanad: ground 889. The first world heavyweight championship under the Queensbury rules took place in New Orleans in 1892. Bare fist fighting continued until the late nineteenth centuryalhogh 1aws were passed in Britain and the USA to stop 直 was considered to be a crime 6f violence) even ii he Righters both agreed to the match。 Even today, these fights still take place, and_most of the boxers are 'street jighfers' from poor areas of the world。 They are attracted by the prize moneyiand promoters of these iegal malches can st become very rich、in spite of breaking the law so long as they escape being caught.
の 旬 46 47. Tn the sporf of boxing(6dayzthe rules allow fighters to 1 kickthe legs oftheir opponents づ) hold an opponent with one ar andLpunch him with the other punch an opponentin the chest hitanopponentin the middleof his backJ When did ofiicial rules stop allowing bare fst fighting? 1 Ater1500. 2 mn1743. Around 1889. ④/ m 1867. According to the passage, which of the llowing statements is correcte ③ The Queensbury rules were published in North America. ② The Queensbury rules fixed the length of boxing roundS。 ) The Queensbury rules became standard eyerywhere in 1867. ④) The Qucensbury rules were Brst used in a heavyweight Ge match. Although they are now against the law in Bitai and the USA。 bare Ret fights are SHI arranged because ④ they attract fighters from rich countries。 ⑳ itis okay ifbofh fighters agree to the match there are no laws against them in the USA_ promoters can make alot ofmoney from them. (2

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