There are many games: aizkora (axe), trontza (cutting wood with a saw) sega (scythe), ingude (anvil), giza-abereen probak harriekin (stone drag by men or animals), barrenadores (borerers), zaku lasterketa (career with a sack full in the back), txingak (weights), orga (lift a cart), lazto altxatzea (lift of bale), harri jaso (lift rock), lokotx biltzea (pick up cob), soka-tira (pull rope), artzai txakurrak (pastore dogs) and the king of them estropadak (rowing).
Basques have the fame of being a little beasts, aren´t we?
The crew (13 rowers and a pattern in a fixed bank 'trainera') has to make four long and three ciabogas. Earns the crew who need less time to do the job. There are many races and 3 championships but the most important race is 'La bandera de la Concha de San Sebastián" (flag of La Concha in San Sebastián). Its called the olympic of rowing. Centuries ago thanks to how fast traineras revolved fishermen were placed above schools of fish, throwing nets and caughting many. That developed Basque canning.
The fastest 'aizkolari' cutting the trunk wins.
They have to do 22 pieces of wood as faster as they can.
They have be fast and try to cut as much grass as they can.
Anvil weighs 18 kgs.
They have to go away and go back passing some lines. Everytime they pass one of the lines of them they do an 'iltze' (nail).
The work of the mines, they did holes to insert in them explosives. Typicall of the Left Side of The Estuary of Bilbao, there were mines.
They have to do as many 'plazas' as they can without put the weights on the floor.
Typical of the North Euskadi (France).
Job of the quarries.
They only can take one in each travel.
On rubber or on land.
The dog can´t bite the sheeps.