Sports are incorporated in almost any and every institution nowadays. Rivalry is rife and support is being taken to new levels as the game has become extremely personal for some people. However, we have all heard if the most common ones such as basketball, baseball, tennis, and soccer to name a few. These sports you did not even know were sports are on the rise and we highly suggest you get practicing. You’ll be a pro in no time but these sports will also be easier to crack the Olympics with…
This sport embodies an ideal of both being smart and being physically fit. Participants in this sport switch between both boxing and chess in the form of four-minute rounds of chess and three-minute rounds of boxing. When playing the game can continue for eleven rounds. Never fear there is a minute of rest in between that allows players to get their min in the correct headspace for whichever of the completely opposite tasks is next.
This Scottish sport requires some next-level strength A caber is just a big wooden pole that is rather heavy and weighs in at about 150 pounds. The pole is eighteen feet kong and 9 inches thick. The aim is to throw the pole up so that it makes a full turn and lands pointing at the player. Not as easy as it seems and taken really seriously in Scotland. If you simply throw it up and it lands wherever points are deducted.
In Finland throwing your wife over your shoulder is in fact a sport. In this game, the man can carry the woman in whatever method works for him whether it be by piggyback or Firemans carry. the man carries the woman through an obstacle course, often his wife but sometimes juts a friend. The winner receives the woman’s body weight in beer as the prize