Skipping stones is a simple pleasure. What happens when someone wins?
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Chessboxing, a combination of brawn and smarts, inevitably inspires puns like rook versus hook.
As our writer cheered on his three-year-old at the Strider Cup in Texas—a merciless race replete with tears, anxiety, and elation—he had one question: Is intense competition good for the tiniest of competitors?
The annual event is filled with injuries to both humans and cheese.
Ulama is a pre-Columbian team sport played with a solid rubber ball that's bounced off players’ hips. In olden times, the game is said to have decided the winners of wars.
Though it’s still early days for varsity esports, colleges are betting they can profit from their growth.
Haters gonna hate—but air guitar is a serious sport.
With archers, horses and headless goat carcasses, the World Nomad Games are an effort to revive nomadic traditions from Central Asia and around the world.
Five hours, 21 minutes, and 23 seconds. 117 laps around a track. Zero balls dropped.