Sports & Games

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Everyone has hobbies, and you may be surprised to find out if we covered your favorite activity here!

Ranging from video games & board game facts to sports & hobbies, you’re bound to walk away from your screen knowing a little something extra!

Xbox 360 Facts

Facts About Xbox 360

Did you know that it would take roughly 485 billion Xbox 360's laid end-to-end in order to build a bridge to the sun?

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Baby Kangaskhan Theory

Pokémon – A Baby Kangaskhan Theory

There is a popular Pokémon theory that suggests that a baby Kangaskhan & Cubone are the same Pokémon.

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Kite Facts

Fun Facts About Kites & Kite Flying

The smallest kite in the world which actually flies is 5mm high, which is only 0.2 inch.

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Extreme Ironing Cliff

Facts About the Extreme Ironing Sport

Extreme ironing can be done on a mountainside, preferably on a difficult climb, or taking an iron skiing, scooting or canoeing.

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World Record for Paper Plane Flight

World Record For Paper Plane Flight

A Japanese engineer set the record for the longest flight for a paper airplane, keeping his design in the air for 27.9 seconds.

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Twister Facts

The History Of Twister

The world record for the largest game of Twister took place on 30th April 2007, where over one hundred people participated.

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Why 18 Holes in Golf?

Why Are There 18 Holes In Golf?

It is argued that there are 18 holes of golf for players to finish an 18 pack of beer if they have one at the end of every round.

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Facts About Barbie Doll

Facts About Barbie

The first Barbie doll was made in Japan and wore a zebra striped one piece swimsuit, and high heeled open toe shoes.

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Rubicks 360

Rubik’s Back With A New Puzzle: Rubik’s 360

There is only one solution to the Rubik’s Cube, but it has over 43 quintillion wrong ways of solving it.

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Tennis Scoring System

Tennis Scoring System

In tennis, the term "deuce" came from the French "deux", which means two consecutive points are needed to win.

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