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Cycle Ball or Radball

I probably shouldn’t be calling out my editor in the first paragraph of my article, but here I go anyway:  Really Dan, you want me to cover “Cycle Ball”?  Okay, but I must insist that it not be referred to as that, but instead by its more true and fantastically badass also-known-as.  And do you […]

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Fowling

In a game of Fowling, or football bowling, two teams compete to knock down all of their opponent’s bowling pins using an NFL football. The game is played in singles or doubles and begins with a coin-toss. The winner has the option to take the first throw or call which Fowling lane they want to […]

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Wiffle Hurling

Any game that fields thirty players with wooden sticks and helmets is okay in my book.  Hurling is an ancient Gaelic sport (perhaps the world’s oldest field game) that has reached far beyond the enchanted fields of Ireland, cropping up in Europe and the Americas over the past four hundred years.  Essentially like the Native […]

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KanJam

KanJam is played with a disc and two “Kans” aka, goals, set 50-feet apart. The game is played in teams of two, alternating as thrower and deflector. The object of the game is to score points by throwing/deflecting the disc and hitting or entering the goal. A disc toss determines which team throws first; the […]

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Circle Rules Football

Circle Rules Football was invented in 2006 by Greg Manley. A senior in the Experimental Theater Wing of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, Manley sought to create a game that would bridge the gap between sports and the arts. Based on the belief that sports are a form of theater, Circle Rules Football was […]

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Mojo Kickball

After years of defending his athletic ability to the Type-A personalities of competitive adult sports, Eric Heiberg of Austin, Texas decided to play by his own rules. He created a new sport called Mojo Kickball™, combining elements of multiple games and the use of strategy to win. Heiberg describes the game as the result of […]

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