Sepak Takraw. Ryan Gordon.
SepakTakraw resembles a hybrid game of Soccer and Volleyball. Players use their feet, head, chest and knees, similar to soccer to launch a ball over a net, similar to volleyball. The game dates back to the 15th century in Malaysia, and is still played competitively today all around the world.
Some SepakTakraw balls are made from rattan, a type of palm leaves, woven together to create a spherical shape.
The ball must weigh between 170-180 g with a circumference of 42-44 cm for men, and a weight of 150-160 g and circumference of 43-45 cm for women.
Click the picture for a video of awesome SepakTakraw play.