Underwater hockey, piggybacking or soccer for the blind are weird but fun sports, which are held annually worldwide.
A hockey game and a small curved stick have been around for hundreds of years. First it was field hockey, then ice hockey and now water hockey. This sport is also known as Octopush. Two teams of six will each try to score an opponent’s net. Although hockey is quite popular in many countries, this water hockey game is not well known.
It is very entertaining with very beautiful phase expressions. Bossaball requires players to have special skills, except for amateur players. In Bossaball, each side will have 3-5 athletes standing on air mattresses to increase their resilience. They put the ball over the net to the opponent’s court to score the same as in volleyball.
The sport derived from Sonkajarvi (Finland) has been more or less known and also has a lot of entertainment. A male athlete will carry a heterosexual friend on his shoulder, overcome obstacles to finish as quickly as possible. More specifically, the first-place winner not only won the championship, but also received an amount of beer equal to the weight of the person he was carrying on his shoulder which was a rewarding and encouraging encouragement.
This game (snail from San Diego (USA) has now spread throughout California (USA) because of its attractiveness. The puppies are often the pet of surfing enthusiasts) have a chance to become real surfers. A very funny and funny game.
If riding one-wheeled bicycles is not enough to make you excited, try forming a team and playing this unicycle polo game. This game requires a lot of skills to control a single wheel as well as the ability to lead the ball. Falls or collisions between athletes are commonplace.