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Toli: Related Traditonal or Unique Sports Links


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  • UGA Lacrosse UGA again has a Lacrosse team! Their practices are on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 4:30 - 6:30 on Intramural Field # 6, here in Athens, GA. 
  • Atlanta Lacrosse is the home of the Atlanta Chapter of US Lacrosse. This site host all sorts of information on Lacrosse in general and Lacrosse (of all skill and age levels) in Georgia and around the south. It is also home to a large number of Lacrosse-related resources including game schedules, discussion forums, and message boards.
  • Rounders is the sixteenth century version of a bat and ball game that alegedly dates back to "the dawn of time". In theory, it is a descendant of the bat and ball games played by our ancient ancestors. This theory is a result of the observation that there is no culture in the world that does not have some form of a bat and ball game. The Rounders HomePage provides the rules and some background
  • Boomeranging is a traditional sport in Austaralian aboriginal society that has become popular worldwide. The U.S. Boomerang Association has a wonerful information-filled page for those interested in this multi-faceted sport.
  • Hurling is a traditional sport played in Ireland and is related to Gaelic Football.
  • Sepak Takraw is a traditional Malaysian game played with an elaborately woven ball. It requires a great deal of skill and is quite fun. This link takes you to the Sepak Takraw section of the Asian Games Homepage.