This category is for sports games that are played informally and do not have organized federations or international events.
Bubble gum bubble blowing website, emphasizes extremely large bubbles and their blowers. Home of The Bubblegum World Championship, an internet based bubble blowing contest.
The FBA promotes visually dramatic bartending as a sport by hosting competitions and providing rules/assistance to help foster new participants.
A form of basketball where select players can "freeze" other players. Includes a listing of rules and biographical information about the creators.
Governing body for kicksled sports offers events calendar, including European events and World Cup, rules and regulations, photo gallery, FAQs, and contacts.
Company fun days and fundraising events are based on the familiar “It’s A Knockout” formula. Exciting games with colourful, bouncy inflatables, costumes and props. UK.
Introduction to the sport with history, sled models, photos, and technique. Summer kicking devices also included.
Offers rules, regulations, league and division standings for Kickball and Dodgeball.
A multi-ball kickball team sport that combines elements of kickball, tag, dodgeball, and some touch football. Austin, Texas, USA.
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.
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.
Recess type sports for adults, including dodgeball, kickball, and volleyball. Photos, schedules and rules. Sacramento, California, USA.
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