Top 10 Bizarre Sports in the world

Top 10 Bizarre Sports in the world

Top 10 Bizarre Sports in the world

Mainstream sports are very different when they come in a world of competitive wife carrying and tow wrestling. And it’s not even the least trivial games we’ve been restless. Check out the list of games below, in which the canines are all included in the ironing board.

The wonderful game of the game is limited in most known, watched or played games. But less known, yet true, keeping an eye out for some games, you can either say, “Unbelievable” or “I do not believe it”. The games mentioned here are the unusual, fantastic and most fantastic sports performed worldwide and say that they are increasing popularity may be wrong. Are they fun and exciting? Well, is it really up to you to decide for something you would never expect? Let’s do this.

10.Swamp Soccer

Swamp Soccer

Swamp Football Association is a form of football played in bogs or swamps. This game comes from Finland, where it was initially used as an exercise activity for athletes and soldiers, because physically demanding playing on a soft bog is done. The first organized championship was the 1998 Finnish Championship and named Jericho Vanane the nickname “The Swamp Baron”. Currently there are around 300 swamp football teams worldwide.

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9.Underwater Hockey

Underwater Hockey

Underwater hockey, also known as Octopus (primarily in the United Kingdom), is a world-wide limited contact game in which two teams have a Hockey Stick (bat) in 1954, in England’s goal of spreading the bottom of a swimming pool, while Alice Cleveli , Founder of the newly formed South Ace Sub-Aqua Club, invented the game known as Octopus, where Ray’s open-air hockey is played around the world as a tool to keep club members interested and active in cold winter months when the open-water diving is lost, in which Confederation Mon dial eds Activates SubQQs, briefly as CMAS, is a World Organization Group.

8.Bun Climbing

Bun Climbing

Chong Chau Boo Festival in Hong Kong or Ching Chau Da Jiu Festival is a traditional Chinese festival of Ching Island. Held annually, and in most public exposure, it is the most famous of the Jaiu festivals ever, in which Jiu is a Taoist sacrifice ceremony. Such incidents are mostly held in Hong Kong by the rural communities on an annual basis or in every 60 years (i.e. Chinese Astrological Calendar in that same year) for more than one time. Other places that can share lock-up include Taiwan, Sichuan, Fujian and Guangdong.

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7.Musical Canine Freestyle

Musical Canine Freestyle

Musical Canon Freestyle, also known as musical freestyle, freestyle dance and canine freestyle, is a game of modern dog that is a mixture of obedient training, tricks and dancing, which allows creative interaction between dogs and their owners. In many countries around the world, the game has been developed in a competitive fashion.

6.Toe Wrestling

Toe Wrestling

The game was invented by four drinkers in Staffordshire Watten, Ye Olde Royal Oak in 1974, which the United Kingdom believed to struggle to produce any world champion. Logically, if a new game was invented, no one would have known it, the country could boast the champions in the past. Tony wrestling was tried by “ear wrestling” and “pressure of war”, by Pete Cheetham, Eddie Stansfield, Pete Dean and Mike Dawson. A rule board was created by the writers in the Yorkshire Evening Post. A small trophy made and engraved.

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5.Unicycle Polo

Unicycle Polo

Unicycle Polo hockey team is similar to a roller or inline hockey, except that each player must be mounted on the unicycle to play the ball. A team is made up of five players, but there is no dedicated goalkeeper role

4.Caber Toss

Caber Toss

Caber Toss is a traditional Scottish athletic event in which the contestants won the big taped poll known as “table”. They are usually practiced in the Scottish Highland Games.

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3.Cheese Rolling

Cheese Rolling

Cooper’s Hill Cheese-Rolling and Wake is an annual event held at Spring Bank Holiday in Coopers Hill near Gloucester, England. It is traditionally and the people who live in the local village of Brockworth, Gloucestershire, take part in it, but now people from all over the world participate. The Guardian newspaper called it “World-Famous Event” with the winners of the United States, Australia, New Zealand and Nepal

2.Chess Boxing

Chess Boxing

Chessboxing, or chessboxing, is a hybrid fighting game (or hybrid board game) that combines two traditional songs: chess, a brain board game and boxing, physical game Competitors are fighting in alternate steps of chess and boxing. Chessboxing was invented by Dutch performer Ipe Rubbing. What was initially considered an art show was that it became a rapidly developed competitive game. Chessboxing is especially popular in Germany, the United Kingdom, India and Russia.

1.Ferret Legging

Ferret Legging

Ferret-Langing was a endurance test or stunt in which farets were trapped in a participant wearing trousers. It is also known as’ Em Down and Ferret-Down-Trousers, It seems that it is popular among coal miners in Yorkshire, England.

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Referenced by : – Wikipedia