A traditional duel sport. Ristynės (Lithuanian folk wrestling) a type of unarmed combat has long been known in Lithuania. They are more often referred to as crossroads and are widely mentioned in oral Lithuanian folklore - in fairy tales, mythological tales, and legends, as well as in the memories of some speakers of oral folklore. The winner is the player who places the opponent on the shoulder or at the end of the fight has a point advantage over the actions taken.

Fought on hay or straw. The wrestlers fight two knees for two minutes each. Break between the tracks for one minute. Points are awarded for actions, throws, and dangerous positions. The stroke technique is prohibited. It is forbidden to grab for clothing. Can be taken behind the belt. When fighting, the feet can only be touched with the feet. With your hands above the belt, you can take the opponent's body.