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‘The world’s toughest sport’ proclaims the front cover of Procycling. Well, being a group of people who are not exactly in the athletic group – though we’re quick to the bar when last orders is called – we are not really going to argue, but we reckon there are a few sports out there that might take an exception to cycling calling itself the toughest.
Boxing: Cycling is all well and good, but have you ever tried being hit in the face by a large angry man for what would no doubt seem like an eternity? We certainly haven’t, and we don’t intend to. An argument could be made, however, that it’s a bit apples and oranges. For the ultimate combo check out chess-boxing, it is actually a thing. Although there doesn’t seem to be a magazine about it yet…
Rugby: The level of physicality involved in a good game of rugby is best described every time Sebastian Chabal walks out onto a pitch. Blimey.
Sumo: Large Japanese fellows wrestle with each other. We assume that the loser pays for dinner.
Eagle egg stealing – Not strictly a sport, though one we would be highly amused to see in the Olympics. Have you ever tried scaling a mountain whilst fighting off a furious falcon? I thought not.
Alligator Bungee – Participants bungee jump from a bridge, attempting to snatch the trophy which is held in the mouth of a live alligator in the river below. Sadly doesn’t exist.
Okay, cycling wins. We certainly wouldn’t want to argue with any pro-cyclists, they always seem worryingly determined. NB