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Is there an individual competitive sport based on kicking an object with the feet?

There is FootGolf - which combines Football and Golf - where the object of the game is to get the football-sized ball into the cup in the fewest number of shots, just like in Golf. It has its own ...
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Is there an individual competitive sport based on kicking an object with the feet?

There are several well-established East Asian kicking-based sports that have individual forms. Sipa was the national sport of the Philippines until 2009. Very roughly, it’s like the net-based layout ...
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Is there an individual competitive sport based on kicking an object with the feet?

"Panna" is a football variant played one on one in a very small area with tiny goals; the winner is determined either by the player who has scored the most goals after a certain time, or by ...
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Is there an individual competitive sport based on kicking an object with the feet?

There's Kick Darts (a.k.a Soccer Darts). The goal is as simple as the name: kick a football to a (giant) dart board and count the points. I played the game, but can't tell you if there's anything ...
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Is there an individual competitive sport based on kicking an object with the feet?

For 1-on-1 (or 2-on-2), check out Teqball! It's played on a curved table that looks somewhat like a table tennis table. It's fun to watch on youtube. Not restricted to feet though. You can hit the ...
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Is there an individual competitive sport based on kicking an object with the feet?

There is an Inuit game called high-kick: https://beyondpenguins.ehe.osu.edu/issue/peoples-of-the-arctic/arctic-survival-skills-traditional-inuit-games
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Is there an individual competitive sport based on kicking an object with the feet?

Though technically a team sport, the kicking aspect of Kickball seems to qualify: you're not really kicking the ball to somebody and the more air time and distance you can achieve, the better (usually)...
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Is there an individual competitive sport based on kicking an object with the feet?

Wikipedia mentions snookball although the current revision of the Wikipedia article is very short. (There is a longer article on the French Wikipedia - for people who speak French.) One of the ...
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Is there an individual competitive sport based on kicking an object with the feet?

Several martial arts are famously centred around kicking to the near-complete exclusion of hand techniques. These may be relevant for the OP, since kicking is the primary skill concerned. Taekwondo ...
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