Hybrid sport

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A korfball match in the Netherlands between 'Trekvogels' and 'OZC'

A hybrid sport is one which combines two or more (often similar) sports in order to create a new sport, or to allow meaningful competition between players of those sports.

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Vigoro - a hybrid of cricket and tennis

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Waterpolo - A hybrid of swimming and handball

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