Boomerang is now a lawn toy. In ancient times, boomerang was an ingenious weapon made of hard curved wood, which was used for hunting and war.
The official name of the whirlwind dart is the flying instrument. It is also called self returning instrument, flying instrument, etc. as the name suggests, it will fly back after flying out. The shapes of the boomerang include "V" shape, banana shape, bell shape, three leaf shape, "ten" shape, multi leaf shape, and other shapes. Many people have seen acrobatic performers fly away and circle around the audience's head after flying out on TV. They fly back to the performers' hands and get full applause in a loud cry. In fact, you can do it as long as you practice more.
"V" shaped and banana shaped flying tools were once the traditional hunting tools of Australian Aborigines. After skilled hunters send flying tools to their prey, if they fail to hit the target, the flying tools will magically return to the sender's hands.
In Australia, people regard boomerang as toys and sports equipment to carry out throwing competitions. This sport has been popular in Europe and America. The world flying boomerang championship is regularly held in Kiel, a town in northern Germany. Nowadays, boomerang is very suitable for modern people. As an outdoor LEIsure and fitness sport, it can fully experience the unique fun of flying in the process of flying. When the flight level is improved day by day, it will have a strong interest and make people play for a long time.
In Europe and America, especially in northern Germany, the world "flying machine" championship is held every year. Boomerang has become an ideal fitness equipment integrating fitness, entertainment and interest.
Boomerang in the Olympic Games
On September 15, 1996, the emblem of the Sydney Olympic Games was officially launched. The emblem adopts several traditional colors of Australian blue, red, orange and white. The image of an athlete running with the Olympic torch is composed of "boomerang" above the pattern. The "boomerang" is a traditional hunting tool of Australian aborigines, The bottom of the pattern is marked with the words "Sydney 2000" in English and the Olympic rings. At the 27th Olympic Games, Australian Aborigines took their mysterious thing with more than 4000 years of cultural and historical accumulation - boomerang to the stage of history.
Boomerang is already a culture, an entertainment and a sport.