Maybe you’ve heard about these sports. To be honest, apart from 2 out of 19 I knew nothing about them. I couldn’t even imagine that some of them can actually exist. Well, if people like it, why not. Actually, I’d like to try some of them too ))
Kaiju Big Battel is a series of performances which are actually parodies of both professional wrestling and the tokusatsu kaiju movies of Japan. These Battels are presented in the style of professional wrestling events, with the costumed performers playing the roles of giant, city-crushing monsters similar to Godzilla and Gamera. Cardboard-Tube Dueling
Cardboard-Tube Dueling is tournaments and battles where cardboard tube fighters go head-to-head in an attempt to break their opponents tube without breaking their own. The events also focus on cardboard costumes and theatrics. These events are often held at public parks throughout the summer, are open to everyone ages 5 and up, and emphasize fun over competition. Underwater Hockey
Bossaball is a sport invented in Belgium. It is similar to volleyball, but also includes elements of football (soccer), gymnastics and capoeira. Each side of the court has an integrated trampoline, allowing players to bounce high enough to spike the ball, and a number of inflatable barriers.
In Tillamook, Oregon, pigs are carried on old Ford Model T cars while racing around a horse track at the Tillamook County Fair. While the driver is riding he has no right to let go of a pig, if so, he loses. If you manage to move three pigs around the track, you win.
This is a sport, which is practiced during the Arctic Winter Games in Canada along with other numerous sports activities. Two teams hold each end of the pole and try to push one another out from the ring.
Teams in this internationally sanctioned sport consist of four blind athletes and one sighted or visually impaired goalkeeper. Additionally, teams have a guide who stands behind the opponent's goal to direct the players where to shoot. The field is surrounded by a wall, which means no throw-ins, so the action remains fairly intense through each 25-minute half. [Time]
It is a series of competitions that need you to be fit in both body and spirit in order to survive one-day training ordeal. It is physically challenging, mentally demanding, fear inducing and spectacular to see. You can play individually as well as in a team.
It is an annual water race held in October on Lake Pesaqid in Windsor, Nova Scotia. The course is a half mile (800 m) from start to finish. The race features brightly-coloured giant pumpkins turned into boats as the sole means of flotation.