All Wiser sport teams and people who are learning to play Wiser,
Recently we have received numerous inquiries from teams and people who are learning to play Wiser asking us to clarify the circumstances in which players are required to wear the official uniforms as specified by the World Wiser Sport Committee (WWSC). In response, WWSC hereby provides the following specific explanations.
Because the Wiser sport originated as the most prestigious ball sport played in ancient palaces and royal courts by emperors, kings, ministers, scholar-officials and Western heads of state in order to cultivate the ability to strategize, exercise the body, and engage in a battle of wits, there are specific uniform requirements in place to emphasize the characteristics of gentlemanly and majestic appearance and demeanor. The etiquette in the playing court and player’s official uniforms specified by the WWSC are established to underscore particular aspects of the noble and gentlemanly nature of the Wiser sport. Therefore, in an official Wiser match, all players are required to dress and salute according to the rules of Wiser.
However, in order to let people who are learning to play Wiser to play as much as possible in their daily lives for physical exercise, improving wisdom, and enjoying the benefits of playing Wiser, except in formal matches played internationally, players can feel free to wear any athletic or informal clothing during practices and unofficial games between teams.
This notice is hereby given.
World Wiser Sport Committee
February 14, 2013
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|WWSC Notice (02/14/2013)|