Top 10 Unusual Sports in The World
Top 10 Unusual Sports in The World

You have too much watched, played and heard about Football, Tennis, Basketball, Baseball,Rugby and Cricket. These mainstream sports attracts the most. However, there is more to sports than just hitting a ball. There are many unusual sports in the world that you might not have heard about or discovered. Here is our list of top 10 Unusual Sports. You probably don't agree, but we choose this list with many unusual sports. Hope you will like it. How many of you have heard or played such kind of sports? Have a read and tell us in comments. The Top 10 Unusual Sports.

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Top 20 Bicycle Friendly Cities in the World
Top 20 Bicycle Friendly Cities in the World

Step on to the streets of any city or town, and the first thing you will notice is cars, plying up and down. While cars are a much sought-after item of necessity as well as luxury, it is also true that they are not exactly environment friendly. Several cities have taken the initiative to offer the citizens an alternative vehicular option, i.e. bicycles, and have taken the initiative to be bicycle-friendly. We can tell that a city I bicycle-friendly if it has special roads designated for drivers, as well as bike racks for them. Taking into consideration 13 categories including elements like infrastructure, traffic calming, perception, etc., the Copenhagenize Index ranked 150 cities. Let's take a lot at the Top 20 Bicycle-Friendly Cities in the World, According to Copenhagenize Index .

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Top 10 Football Players 2015
Top 10 Football Players 2015

Football refers to a number of sports that involve, to varying degrees, kicking a ball with the foot to score a goal. Unqualified, the word football is understood to refer to whichever form of football is the most popular in the regional context in which the word appears: association football (also known as soccer) in the United Kingdom and most of the non-English speaking world; gridiron football (specifically American football or Canadian football) in the United States and Canada; Australian rules football or rugby league in different areas of Australia; Gaelic football in Ireland; and rugby football (specifically rugby union) in New Zealand. These different variations of football are known as football codes.

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