This Week In Foreign Sports: Korfball Rules!Leitch9/23/05 1:10pmFiled to: Foreign SportsEditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink This image was lost some time after publication. We tend to find European sports terminology hilarious, mainly because it points to how equally absurd American sports terminology is. So here's a look at the big news of the week in odd, confusing sports in other lands, with our translation: • "We'll start with the News of the World's interview with Gilberto in which he says he tried lots of times to convince Robinho to come to Arsenal ... . He seemed interested until that giant thighed cunt Roberto Carlos told him the food in England was terrible so he moved to Madrid instead." [Arseblog.com] Advertisement British soccer bloggers — it's like having tea with the Queen every day.• "Virender Sehwag hit three fours as India raced to victory off 14 balls, although the winning runs came courtesy of four byes way down the leg side by Blignaut." [The New Zealand Herald] Advertisement India scored the winning runs on the portion of the field behind the batsman, due to errors, which ... ah screw it, you're on your own.• "Wellington have the wood on Canterbury, except when it comes to the Log of Wood." [Korfball World]The sport is Korfball. The Log of Wood is the symbol of national Korfball supremacy in New Zealand. Look, if we were making this up, we'd make it a lot more believable. And after a hard day of Korfball, why don't we all meet 'round the pub for a pint? If you see Roberto Carlos, say cheers.