Non-contact sports you need to try

Golf -
Golf is a club-and-ball sport. It's a cross-country game where the idea is to get the ball in each of the 18 holes in the fewest strokes possible.

Tennis - The game is traditionally played on grass but can also take place on clay and what's known as a hard court made of uniformed, rigid materials with an acrylic surface layer.

Badminton -
Badminton is played by either two opposing players (singles) or two opposing pairs (doubles) using racquets to hit a shuttlecock across a net.

Freestyle football -
An ideal non-contact way to show off your soccer skills, freestyle football is the art of juggling a soccer ball using any part of the body, excluding the elbows to the hands.

Snooker -
Snooker is an individual, non-contact, ball-and-cue sport played on a table between two opponents.

Swimming -
Swimming is one of the most popular recreational sports on the planet. At a competitive level, it's just you and the stopwatch.

Sprinter -
Usually the most eagerly anticipated of all track-and-field competition events, the sprint is a footrace over a short distance with an all-out or nearly all-out burst of speed.

Shot put -
The shot put is one of the four traditional throw events in track and field. The shot, a metal ball (7.26kg/16lb for men, 4kg/8.8lb for women), is put—not thrown—with one hand.

Ribbon -
The ribbon is one of the disciplines included in rhythmic gymnastics, a sport in which gymnasts perform on a floor with an apparatus. A hoop, ball, clubs, or rope are also used.

Rings -
A test of physical strength and precision timing, rings—also called still rings—is an exclusively male gymnastics competition.

Squash -
Squash is a quick-fire racquet sport played by two players (or four players for doubles) in a four-walled court with a small, hollow rubber ball.

Canoe slalom -
Canoe slalom is a timed event where competitors navigate a churning and unpredictable whitewater course by passing through a combination of upstream and downstream gates.

Archery -
Archery—a sport, practice, and skill of using a bow to shoot arrows— requires archers shoot at bull's-eye targets set at fixed or varying distances.

Single skating -
Single skating, a discipline of figure skating, is a graceful sport requiring an individual to perform freestyle choreography on figure skates on ice.

Skiing -
Several disciplines of skiing exist. The most recognized perhaps include downhill and giant slalom. But cross-country and freestyle skiing are also popular.

Snowboarding -
Evolved from a recreational activity, snowboarding involves descending a snow-covered surface while standing on a board that's attached to the rider's feet.

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