Let’s outline the most favored sports in the world below.
The popularity of sports games can also vary greatly by region. For example, archery is very popular in Oceania but quite modest in the rest of the world. Or like volleyball (volleyball) organized quite organized.
FIVB World Volleyball League gathers at least 220 members. But it can be said that this subject only attracted much attention at the Olympics.
Also known as the fastest game “The fastest game on earth”. Hockey players often skate very fast 20-30 miles/hour (about 30-45 km/hour).
This is a fierce collision game, easily injured, so the players have to wear thick, tight clothes for safety (not to fight the cold coming from the ice rink). A strong “hockey puck” can fly as fast as 100 miles per hour, so goalkeepers must wear protective armor with the same material as police bulletproof armor.
Ice hockey is most popular in North America and Europe. The strongest national hockey teams are Canada, Czech Republic, Finland, Russia, Slovakia, Sweden, and the United States.
This is a game that mixes soccer (soccer) and rugby (football). Players can just kick the ball, throw the ball, hug the ball running, at the same time picking up wrestling. The most famous rugby game in Oceania and South Africa, has over 5 million registered members.
The unique feature of the “running ball” is that the forward players are usually strong and tall, but are responsible for preventing the opponent from getting on the ball. In contrast, the rear defender is small but agile, often taking advantage of the gaps to tape up … scoring.
In the past, the New Zealand rugby team was very strong, notorious for the nickname “All Blacks”. This game has become more and more prestigious, will be included in the Rio 2016 Olympic Games (Brazil), with a small playground version called “Rugby Seven”.