It’s hard to believe that someone had the idea to make boxing even more dangerous. Apparently, the threat of getting punched in the face just isn’t enough of an adrenaline rush for some people!
The rules are simple. Participate in a regular boxing match, while holding your breath submerged in water. Each round lasts a minute of breath-holding and then players can take much-needed gulp of air.
Robot Camel Racing
Yes, you read that correctly. While the camel remains a camel, it's the jockey that gets the robotic upgrade. In an attempt to avoid the potential physical risks that human jockeys face when racing camels, robotic versions have been introduced into the sport.
The robots are modeled with human-like features and are sometimes dressed in similar materials that jockeys would wear. This is to keep the camels un-spooked and comfortable with their humanoid riders.
The players of this sport do not take themselves too seriously! Dressed in costumes, teams will turn an ordinary shopping cart into an outlandish racing vehicle.
These creative carts are pushed through busy city streets with the aim of getting ahead of the competition. This is also the only sport where bribing the judges is not only accepted but encouraged!
Clay Pigeon Shooting
Don't fret! No pigeons are harmed while this peculiar sport is played. Luckily for pigeons, the shooting targets have been replaced with clay discs. The sport is more aptly referred to as clay target shooting.
Participants aim to shoot clay discs that are being hurled into the air. It sounds simple, however, the sport can become quite complex with multiple clay targets being thrown into the air from different directions simultaneously.
Exercise and alcohol don't usually make for a good blend. Well, beer milers would beg to differ it seems! Racers chug down a beer before embarking on each lap of the race.
After four laps, and a significant amount of beer, the fastest runner will be crowned the winner! We're pretty sure that more beers will follow in celebration.