North American World Sports are Cowboy Polo, invented in New Mexico and now played only in Montana; and Ringette, a non-contact form of Ice Hockey popular in Canada, which utilises a straight stick which is used to guide a hoop around the ice and into a goal. Players use sponges on their feet rather than Ice Skates. Native North American Sports include Choctaw Stickball
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Native American Sports include Stickball, a Choctaw game in Oklahoma.
Picture Credit:  Ringette Nova Scotia Facebook Page (2020) Profile Picture, February 19, 2018 [Internet] Available from: https://scontent-dub4-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/28059421_1674255529280459_7621127568310179938_n.jpg?_nc_cat=108&_nc_sid=85a577&_nc_ohc=NPa-N7LiWuQAX-eyg7m&_nc_ht=scontent-dub4-1.xx&oh=587f9b2651c565d7a741ea34eb019962&oe=5EA72182 [Accessed 30 March 2020]
Central American Sports
Mesoamerican Ulama Pok-ta-Pok
Ulama is the ancient sport of the Native Aztec (Mexica) and Maya of Central America (Mexico, Guatemala, Belize and Honduras). It is played with the hips, with two teams trying to propel the ball past the opposing team and has been played since 1400 BC. It is known as “Pok Ta Pok” to the Maya and “Ulama” to the Mexica.
The Juego de Pelota Mesoamerican Ulamaztli Championship is an Annual Regional Competition in Teotihuacan, Mexico City, the seat of the ancient religious / ritual centre, and where the most impressive ancient Ball Court is to be seen.
The Ulama Mesoamerican Ball Game Tournament is the Annual World Cup basically, bringing together teams from Mexico, Guatemala, Belize and Honduras.
Ulama Mesoamerican Ball Game Tournament (Ulama World Cup)
Juego de Pelota Mesoamerican Ulamaztli Championship (Teotihuacan, Mexico)
Juego de Pelota Championship (seasons): 2017
Picture Credit:  Amber Griscaye (2017) Mexico v Belize in re-creation of the Maya Ball Game Ulama [Internet] Available from:https://ambergriscaye.com/photogallery/art/belize-maya-team-win-ball-game.jpg [Accessed 28 June 2019]
South American Sports
Confederacion Argentina de Cestoball (Overviews)
Picture Credit:  Confederacion Argentina de Cestoball (2014) CADC Logo [Internet] Available from: http://www.cadc.org.ar/images/torneos_00021.jpg%5BAccessed 19 October 2019]