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Archery Golf Systems
Project for sporting entertainment: combines golf, archery and outdoor walks. Principles, reviews and facilities are aptly demonstrated.
Features photographs and video to explain the concept and rules of this new sport from Japan. [Japanese and English]
A street ball game played by two teams, each with three or more players. Information and rules.
The site describes how to play crossball. Crossball is the combination of lacrosse and baseball. It is played on a baseball diamond.
A ball with elastic connected and a strap that has velcro attached. Wrap the strap around the wrist and bounce and catch. How to make one, news, top 3 tips, guest book, and the champions.
Flair Bartenders Association
The FBA promotes visually dramatic bartending as a sport by hosting competitions and providing rules/assistance to help foster new participants.
Freeze Tag Basketball
A form of basketball where select players can "freeze" other players. Contains a listing of rules and biographical information about the creators.
IKSA - International Kicksled and Scooter Association
Governing body for kicksled sports offers events calendar, including European events and World Cup, rules and regulations, photo gallery, FAQs, and contacts.
International Slaughterball Federation
Results, pictures and music from the world championships.
It is played like kickball except with a keg on second base. Players drink beer at all times while on base. About the founders, pictures, and rules.
Introduction to the sport with history, sled models, photos, and technique. Summer kicking devices also included.
A non-contact, deflective one-on-one competition against a wall or a net. Includes rules, scoring, history, playing tips,
Milwaukee Capture the Flag
Includes upcoming game times, field descriptions, links to other cities and news updates.
MUSA - Midwestern Unconventional Sports Association
The MUSA official website, offers rules, regulations, league and division standings for Kickball and Dodgeball. Find out if there's a league near you.
A hybrid and team sport, combing elements of Football (American), rugby, and a little soccer. Offers rules and regulations, playing field diagrams, rules and passing examples, and game variations, such as Scuffle 7's (7-on-7 scuffleball) Flag Scuffleball, and Flag Scuffle 7's.
An Australian street game played by two teams each with three or more players. Rules, schedules, teams, players, results, leagues, and history.
A game that involves throwing a ball against a wall. Lessons, coaching, courts, contact, tournaments, and a poll.
Toccer Players Association
The governing body for the sport of toccer worldwide.
UK Peteca Association
Rules, overview and history of the sport, and news items.
Volotennis is a paddle sport that blends elements from tennis, badminton, and beach volleyball. Description of the sport, rules for play, equipment links.
A form of "hand shuttlecock" indigenous to Brazil and is played in a fashion similar to badminton. History of the sport, rules, equipment, and links.
World Cup Stacking Association
Participants stack and unstack 12 specially designed plastic cups in pre-determined sequences. This organization promotes the standardization and advancement of the sport worldwide. Includes news, rules, event list, records, results, and related links.
World Dowling Association
A stick game for two players, requiring a 400 foot track. Rules, terminology, league, standings, and history.
World Roofy Roofy Association
Sanctions the sport of roof soccer. News, tour information, club links, and a guestbook.
Includes rules, field layout, photo of trophy, and details about the World Xenonball Championships to be held in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
A game played with a regulation ball and a grid. Rules, members, events, statistics, and downloads.
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