Bandy is one of Russia’s National Sports, where it is known as Hockey with a Ball as opposed to Hockey with a Puck (Ice Hockey).
It is played on Ice with a ball rather than a puck.
Versions of the sport include Innebandy (also known as Floorball in Europe or Ball Hockey in North America) where runners are used on a hard floor rather than blades or roller skates. (see https://eirball.ie/roller-hockey/ for more details on Floor Hockey and Ball Hockey – Floorball results also available at: https://eirball.ie/floorball/ and Ball Hockey Results also available at: https://eirball.ie/ball-hockey/ )
Russian Bandy (Major League)
Russian Bandy Super League
Ball Hockey is a version of Ice Hockey played on a hard floor with a ball rather than a puck, and with runners rather than skates. It is very similar to Innebandy (Russia) and Floorball (Europe), with the three sports being very much the one sport with minor Continental variations.
For more on Floorball see: https://eirball.ie/floorball/
Unihoc is also similar, except it is played with a puck rather than ball. see: https://eirball.ie/unihoc/ for more details.
Ball Hockey (Overviews):
Floorball is a version of Ice Hockey played on a hard floor with a ball rather than a puck, and without skates.
It has been included in the Special Olympics World winter Games since the early 21st Century.
Below you will find the results & tables of various competitions:
Special Olympics World Winter Games: