KEIRIN is a Japanese-born Olympic events that has been implemented since the 2000 Sydney Olympics.
The big difference between Japanese “KEIRIN” and the Olympic events “KEIRIN” is how to fight.
In Japanese “KEIRIN”, teams form a line, and perform bargaining games such as changing positions and the timing to raise the pace. The Olympic events “KEIRIN” makes a strategy on an individual basis and performs bargaining.
Teams-to-Teams or Person-to-Person is the biggest difference.
Players are required to have different ways of
fighting between Japanese “KEIRIN” and Olympic events “KEIRIN”.
Focus on the bargain with the opponent, such as the position on the way and the timing to raise the pace.