What Is the Hardest Sport? What the Numbers Prove Is #1 (2023)

Every sport is hard if you’re not good at it.

But some are especially difficult.

They take a different breed of athlete – even a slightly crazy one.

I’ve covered the sports that attract these kinds of crazies before (What is the most dangerous sport?).

This time, I want to cover the sports that are hardest to play.

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The 7 Hardest Sports to Play

It turns out that there is almost no objective way to grade which sports are the hardest.

Nonetheless, in the next section, I’ll use statistics to “prove” which ones are the toughest if you want to make it pro.

Of course, that doesn’t mean they’re the hardest.

For a sport to make this initial list, I used two criteria.

First, the sport either has to be shown on television at least once a year or is played in the Olympics.

So, yes, extreme ironing looks difficult, but it doesn’t qualify.


Second, it has to be something I have tried before (thus, I’m an expert) or something I would never try because it seems so f’ing difficult (a judgement I’m making as an expert).

Alright, without further ado, here are the toughest sports to play (or never even bother trying).

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Wrestling is one of the oldest sports in the world.

Originally a fight to the death, wrestling's origins go back to 3000 BCE in Babylonia and Egypt.

While you no longer have to kill your opponent to claim victory, it may sometimes feel like you’re killing yourself in order to train as a wrestler.

Similar to gymnastics (which may or may not make an appearance on this list, so keep reading), wrestling requires an insane combination of speed, endurance, strength, and, perhaps most importantly, discipline.

Even though a college wrestling match may have periods that last only two or three minutes, competitors will more than likely compete against several opponents back-to-back in a single competition.

A short recovery time means wrestlers need to have incredible cardiovascular endurance, so training cannot focus on being bigger and badder alone. Instead, wrestlers must also train their bodies for stamina.

Wrestlers also have to contend with the risks of injuries, mainly to their shoulders and knees. Rashes and staph infections are common, too.

If you think you may want to give wrestling a shot, just remember what wrestling legend Dan Gable said after his 1972 Olympics performance:

“The point of wrestling is that it hurts and you overcome that. It never occurred to me that it wasn’t supposed to hurt.”

See you on the mat?

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6. Figure Skating

From afar, figure skating is an elegant spectacle of bedazzled costumes, graceful leg movements, and serene performances synchronized to the perfect song.
However, up close, this sport is anything but an easy lap around the rink.
It can be brutal, physically daunting, and even potentially dangerous.
Balancing on tiny metal edges, skaters must jump, spin, and fling their bodies into the air.

Risking dislocated shoulders or bruised tailbones, elbows, shoulders, knees is the price skaters pay to pursue their passions. In the pursuit of higher scores, most skaters will suffer numerous injuries. Ice isn’t exactly soft to land on.

And while I’m too much of a coward busy to pursue skating, this video of skaters succumbing to gravity has convinced me it’s probably for the best.

American Olympic gold medalist skater Peggy Fleming began training at the age of 9. She described how she committed to training for 6 to 7 hours per day, 6 days a week, and 11 months out of the year.

As she puts it, skating “takes a lot out of everything: out of your whole family, out of your coaches, and out of you.”


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5. Golf

Golf is a game of precision.

And patience.

A lot of patience.

With a four-foot metal rod, your task is to somehow knock a ball that is a mere 1 inch in diameter into a hole that is hundreds of yards away.

Power be damned here.

Proper technique and precision rule the green and fairway.

Despite the pitter patter of a golf clap, the drives and putts that professional golf players pull off are worthy of roaring standing ovations.

But any true fan of the sport knows that part of respecting the game is controlling the noise level. Mental preparation and stamina are key for professional golfers who have thousands of eyes watching their every move.

One errant gasp or shriek could totally disrupt a golfer’s swing, sending the ball into a sandtrap of doom or a lake of despair.

Practice (and patience) make perfect in golf, making it a challenging game for someone ill-equipped to handle that sort of pressure.

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4.Water Polo

In simplest terms, water polo is basically soccer, except the field is replaced by a pool and “no hands” is replaced by “what else are you going to use?”

But simple definitely does not mean easy.

First off, players are not allowed to touch the bottom of the pool, so they may have to tread water for the duration of an entire quarter, which usually lasts about 12 minutes!

(Yes, there are subs, but still)

They call their variation of treading water “an eggbeater” because it’s supposed to be more efficient than the version most of us do for about 10 seconds before getting tired and swimming to the side of the pool.

From the moment the referee starts play and releases the ball in the middle of the pool, players scratch and claw to gain possession of it.

Technically, they can’t actually scratch anymore. Officials check to make sure players’ nails are filed down before each match. Otherwise, participants will end matches covered in scratches, welts, and bruises — with some even leaving in tattered swimwear.

And even though punching is prohibited, players use the water to its full advantage, kicking or hitting beneath the surface to gain an advantage.

Basically, it has nothing whatsoever in common with actual polo, which seems downright relaxing by comparison. Water polo is an insanely brutal sport that only top athletes can play.

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2016 U.S. Olympic team member Jake Dalton said that gymnastics “is about being as strong and flexible and as light as possible.”

Being any one of those things can be hard enough. Having to be all three is required just to compete in gymnastics.

That’s why gymnasts at the top of their game have to train at least 40 hours per week.

That’s basically a 9-5 desk job (except that it’s good for your physique).

Even beginners can expect to train close to 15 hours per week, so there’s not exactly an “easy level” for this sport.

Gymnastics requires a special set of skills in balance, strength, speed, and hand-eye coordination.

And modern gymnasts must be able to tap into each skill to compete in a variety of events.

If gymnasts want a higher potential score, they must include up to 6 or 7 strength elements. And as rules change and potential scores fluctuate, gymnasts must be on top of the latest strength and diet trends to keep up.

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Gymnasts are so adamant about pushing the limits of the sports that some even create their own moves to earn more points in a competition. If a gymnast pulls off their new move and has pre-scoring approval from the Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique, they can cement their legacies almost instantly.

Whether gymnasts are circling on the pommel horse, suspending their entire bodies on rings, or springing off the vault, they always run the risk of a near-miss or a freak injury from one small mistake.

Sticking a perfect landing in gymnastics or earning a perfect 10 is probably one of the most challenging feats in all of sports.

Despite all the grace and strength gymnasts need to excel, though, they have nothing on our top two hardest sports to play.

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2. Strongman

If you need someone to open a pickle jar, I’m your guy.

If you’re looking for someone to flip tires that weigh half a ton, I’m your guy...for telling you that you’ll need to talk to a professional strongman.

Coming in at number two on my list, Strongman is a sport with a pretty basic task: pick up some extremely heavy objects and move them around.

A couple of my favorite challenges are the Atlas Stone and Farmer’s Walk.

The Atlas Stone is named after the mythological titan who held up the sky.

Strongmen don’t have it quite as bad. They only have to pick up five humongous concrete balls that increase in weight and place them on a platform.

And then there’s the Farmer’s Walk.

Contestants take a bar in each hand with weights piled at either end and walk as fast as they can to the finish line.

While conventional workouts in a gym are beneficial, Strongman participants must also have access to things like logs, massive tires, and even cars. Yeah. They move those, too.

That’s not all.

In what is literally the only part of this sport I can even remotely relate to, top athletes must consume almost 10,000 calories a day!

...I feel like I’ve maybe done that before actually.

Being a Strongman takes a big frame, a huge appetite, and massive competitive spirit. If you want to get strong enough to do Strongman, it needs to become your obsession.

But there’s still one more sport that arguably pushes the human body further than all the others on this list.

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Coming in at number one on my list of the hardest sports to play is Ironman.

No, not that one.

Or that one.

I’m talking about the insane athletes who push their bodies to their limits by participating in Ironman triathlons.

At the annual Ironman European Championships, participants swim for 2.4 miles, cycle for 112 miles, and run for 26.2.

I’m tired just talking about it.

Add that all up and you get a really excruciating toll on the body.

The biggest risks competitors face are cardiac arrests and, in some cases, death.

In fact, the majority of triathlon deaths actually occur during the swim portion of the competition, meaning those athletes never even made it past the first leg.

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It’s no surprise that to train for and participate in such a grueling contest, players must keep their bodies in tiptop shape, maintain a well-balanced diet, and hydrate, hydrate, hydrate.

At the same time, Ironman competitors need to be careful they don’t run the risk of drinking too much water (called “hyponatremia”), which can be life-threatening in the most severe cases.

Too much water in the system can cause low blood sodium levels.

After all those physical demands on the body, who would have thought that too much water could be a bad thing?

Masters of both land and sea (and rivers and bays), Ironman athletes sometimes make the hardest sport look like a walk in the park. But I tip my hat to anyone who thinks that running a full marathon isn’t impressive enough on its own.

And after making this list, I think a walk in the park is exactly what I need.

The 5 Hardest Sports to Make it to the Pros In (Statistically)

Alright, now let’s look at the hardest sports based solely on the likelihood you’d be able to make a living playing them.

There are over 8 million high school athletes in the United States alone, but only 6% of those competitors will continue on to play at the collegiate level. And an even smaller number go on to play professionally or at the Olympic level.

So whether you shoot a basketball, toss a pigskin, or swing for the fences, playing professionally before a global crowd of adoring fans is no easy mountain to climb.

And the odds of turning pro might be a lot lower than you think.

Here are the top 5 hardest sports to make it pro in (statistically).

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5. Ice Hockey

If you enjoy the majesty of gliding over the ice and the thrill of smashing into other adults, you might want to pursue a career in hockey.

But with a 1 in 598 (0.17%) shot at glory in the NHL, it’s an uphill skate to stardom.

Hockey is one of the most dangerous professional sports. Players have a combination of nimble athleticism and a ravenous hunger to inflict pain on anyone wearing a different jersey.

Out of over 35,000 high school hockey players, only 11% go on to compete in college. And only about 270 of those fortunate few make it to the professional level.

4. Baseball

Baseball is one of the most popular sports for children to play and fans to watch.

And here’s an interesting fact: if you attend a professional baseball game, you actually have a better chance of being drafted by your favorite team to play professionally (1 in 659 or 0.15%) than you do of catching a foul ball (1 in 835 or 0.12%).

So, there’s always a chance.

Even if you’ve made it to the collegiate level and are eligible to be drafted to the MLB, only 28% of those skilled athletes are selected to play at the next level.

So, start perfecting that swing, learn to field grounders, and maybe learn a couple trick plays while you’re at it.

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3. Football

The gridiron is no place for the weak or cowardly.

In the fast-paced, hard-hitting game of football, players know to expect pain.

Needless to say, it’s not for everyone.

But even if you do think you’d fancy playing in the NFL, your odds aren’t great.

Statistically, you have a better chance of a meteorite hitting you in the head (1 in 3,200) when you’re sitting on the couch watching football than you do of actually playing professional football (1 in 4,233 or just 0.02%).

Honestly, I’m not sure which would be more painful. Have you seen some of these hard hits the pros put on each other?

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No thanks.

Still, over a million high school players sign up for football every year despite the punishment it entails..

But those fortunate enough to play college ball and become eligible for the pros have no guarantees to making the professional leap.

In 2019, only 3.8% of draft-eligible players were chosen to play in the NFL.

While the road from Pop Warner football to college ball is narrow, entry to the world of professional football is close to impossible.

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2. Soccer

Soccer is the most watched sport in the world.

In 2018, 3.6 billion people (over half of the entire global population aged four and over) tuned in and watched the FIFA World Cup.

It’s also one of the most-played sports on the planet. In 2019, FIFA reported 128,983 total global soccer players.

But how challenging is it to play professionally?

With only a 1 in 5,768 (0.017%) chance of making it pro, soccer sits at number 2 on my list as one of the most challenging sports to play on the professional level.

(Incidentally, it sits at number 1 on my list as of the sports that make me the most tired just watching)

Players must train vigorously their entire lives if they want a chance to kick around a ball for more than just fun.

Of course, if they do make it to the big stage, they have the chance to be rewarded handsomely. In fact, 3 out of the top 5 highest paid athletes in the world are from the world of soccer.

Despite this, soccer is no match for my next and final sport ranked #1 not only as the most difficult sport (statistically) to play professionally but also as the sport that makes the most money.

Think you have a good guess?

I’ll give you a hint.

It’s a long shot.

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1. Basketball

Okay, okay. That was an easy layup. Two points for you.

But there is nothing simple about entering the world of professional basketball.

Close to one million high school students play basketball (around 541,000 men and 433,000 women).

Less than 4% of them will go on to play college basketball.

Overall, basketball players have a 1 in 12,363 (0.008%) chance of dribbling their way into the pros.

Statistically speaking, both men and women stand a practically identical chance of playing professional basketball, though it’s slightly more difficult for women:

  • 1 in 11,711 (0.009%) for men
  • 1 in 13,015 (0.008%) for women

If you are lucky enough to make it to the professional level, you get an open invite to the sport that makes the most money.

Can You Think of Any Sports That Are Even Harder?

So, what did you think?

Do you agree with my list of the toughest sports? Do you think some from the first list are overshadowed by those highly-paid pros in the second?

Let me know in the comments section.

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And if you’re someone who wishes they had pushed themselves a bit more in high school so they’d be a professional athlete today, hopefully, you now see that it’s basically impossible.

Hope that helps!


What is the top 10 hardest sport? ›

According to Sports Virsa, the top 10 hardest sports in the world to play in 2022 are as follows: Boxing (hardest), American football, mixed martial arts, ice hockey, gymnastics, basketball, soccer, wrestling, rugby, and water polo.

What is the number 1 sport? ›

Soccer, also known as association football, is by far the most popular sport in the world, despite the fact that it may not be obvious in the United States. Soccer is the most popular sport in practically all of Europe, South America, Africa, the Middle East, Central America, and Asia.

Is Formula 1 the hardest sport? ›

Often overlooked in discussions, this Olympic sport is officially the toughest sport in the world.

Which sport is the easiest? ›

The 7 Easiest Sports to Play
  • Volleyball.
  • Table Tennis/Ping Pong.
  • Running.
  • Spikeball.
  • Badminton.
  • Cycling.
  • Bowling.

What's harder football or wrestling? ›

Wrestling is far more difficult and demanding than football. It's not even close. Wrestling requires far more conditioning than football. There is a saying amongst wrestlers: whenever you've wrestled, everything else is easy.

What is the strongest sport? ›

Often overlooked in discussions, this Olympic sport is officially the toughest sport in the world. Similar to the land-based handball that was not too far from the list itself, water polo is played, well, in water.
1. Water Polo: 44 Points.
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Is swimming harder than baseball? ›

Swimming also burns 500-700 calories per hour. In fact, according to Swimming World Magazine, swimming is an all-body exercise that uses more muscles than baseball and football!

What sport takes the most skill? ›

Tenpin Bowling and swimming were considered the sports requiring the most skill. The ratings are still being recorded (this list is from December 2019), so the list order may change over time.
Top Ranked Skill Sports.
1Tenpin Bowling87.4
2Swimming (200m Free)86.9
4Water Polo85.8
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What is the 5 most popular sport? ›

Top 10 Most Popular Participation Sports In The World
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  • Basketball. ...
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What are the top 4 sports? ›

MLB, NBA, NFL, and NHL are commonly referred to as the "Big Four." Each of these is the wealthiest professional club competition in its sport worldwide, and along with the English Premier League they make up the top five sports leagues by revenue in the world.

What are the top 3 sports played? ›

Comparing All Lists
1Football / Soccer10
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Is Nascar harder than F1? ›

Driving rules are more complicated in F1, drivers are required to keep track of a lot more track based information then drivers in NASCAR. NASCAR cars are a lot simpler to drive, they are less technically complex, NASCAR has fewer rules and a different form of driver etiquette.

Why racing is the hardest sport? ›

The level of physical exertion is at a constant high (braking, hitting the apex of a corner, maintaining a clean driving line, and 'feeling ' wheel, tire and road connectivity), race cars require the physical exertion of several muscle groups at the same time, all combined with the nonstop multi-tasking of a broad ...

What is the hardest driving sport? ›

Open-wheel racing, like Formula 1 or IndyCar racing, is often considered the most difficult and requires exceptionally skilled drivers worldwide. Formula 1 racing is called the pinnacle of driving.

What sport gets you fit fast? ›

Squash, Racquetball or Tennis

Combine that with the endurance, speed, balance, and agility, required to compete and you will quickly see how these two sports can give you a phenomenal workout while also burning a ton of calories.

What sport do most kids play? ›

Here are the five favorite competitive sports among kids ages 6 to 12:
  • Basketball.
  • Baseball.
  • Soccer.
  • Tennis.
  • Football, if you combine tackle and flag.
  • (Bike riding is still kids' favorite activity.)

What's the safest sport? ›

Swimming is the safest sport to take part in. Its easy on the joints and can be an aid in recovery after an injury so making it the safest sport in America.

Does boxing beat wrestling? ›

Once again, boxers can't use sheer force to get back to their feet. They must learn exact procedures. So overall, wrestlers would beat boxers 8 out of 10 times in a street fight. Their chances go even higher if the fight is in a closed space like a bar or a room.

What is the most mental sport? ›


Gymnastics is one of the most physical and most mentally challenging sports in the world. Many people don't realise the amount of strength that it takes to tumble, twist, and vault and also many people don't realise the constant pressure of competing against yourself.

Which sport is most fittest? ›

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RankingSportOverall Fitness Rating (%)
1Water Polo80.3
2Rugby 7s79.6
3American Football79.3
4Ultimate (Frisbee)79.3
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What is the hardest skill in sports? ›

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Which sport is hardest to go pro in? ›

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  • Soccer. ...
  • Basketball.

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Is it harder to swim or run? ›

Swimming is better than running for cardiovascular exercise because there is greater resistance in water than in the air. Both are forms of aerobic exercise (increasing your heart rate and promoting better cardiovascular health), but it takes more effort to kick in water than to take a step while running.

What sport takes the most speed? ›

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What is America's favorite sport? ›

American football is the most popular sport in America and is the favorite sport of 37% of the country. The NFL is also the most popular league and is supported by 55% of Americans.

What is the top 10 sport in the world? ›

Top 10 Most Popular Sport In The world 2023
  • Soccer.
  • Cricket.
  • Field Hockey.
  • Tennis.
  • Volleyball.
  • Table Tennis.
  • Basketball.
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What is the number 1 sport in USA? ›

American football (NFL)

With 37% of Americans (source: Gallup) declaring that it's their favourite sport to watch, American football is without a doubt the most popular sport in the USA. The NFL also has the highest average attendance (67,591) of any sports league in the world!

What is the oldest sport in USA? ›

Precolonial era. The oldest sport in America is lacrosse. The Native Americans have been playing lacrosse for several millennia.

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Here are our top 5 picks of best sports for girls in regards to health benefits, and other psychological and emotional benefits:
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  • Soccer. Soccer is a unisex sport. ...
  • Basketball. ...
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  • Tennis.

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Formula One race cars have been recorded to reach 0-60 as fast as 1.6 seconds, however the typical range for modern day F1 cars is between 2.1 to 2.7 seconds. The 2007 Honda RA107 f1 race car goes 0-100 mph in a blistering 4 seconds flat.

How fast can a F1 car go? ›

The fastest speed measured in an F1 qualifying session in 2022 was 351.7km/h (218.5mph) by Kevin Magnussen in Mexico, while Valtteri Bottas currently holds the record for the highest speed in an F1 race, hitting 372.5km/h (231.4mph) in the 2016 Mexican Grand Prix.

How fast do race cars go? ›

The average top speed of a NASCAR car is just over 321km/h, or 200mph. Compared to a Formula 1 car, this is quite a bit slower, as they hit speeds of 360km/h (223mph). Indycar – another major American racing series – is faster still, reaching speeds of 380km/h (236mph).

What sport is harder than golf? ›

He's played golf before and says when it comes to speed and “quick reaction times,” baseball wins the award for most challenging sport. “Hitting a 90 mph fastball is considered the hardest thing in sports,” said Buchanan. What makes baseball so tough is that it requires fast reflexes, speed and strength.

What race is the hardest to run? ›

1) Marathon Des Sables

The Marathon Des Sables, dubbed the 'toughest footrace on earth', is a 6 day long ultra marathon located in the Moroccan Sahara Desert. Over the 6 days participants aim to travel 156 miles (251km), which is the distance of six regular marathons, with the longest single stage is 57 miles (91km).

Why is NASCAR hard? ›

“Most of the racing in NASCAR is mentally demanding because, number one, the competition is extremely fierce and track position these days is so important. But so is every aspect of it – pitstops, pit strategy, driving the car fast and having a fast car, and then again the competition. The field is so deep.”

What car is hardest to drive? ›

Dodger Hellcat Challenger

This beast of a machine weighs in at 4,449 pounds and is more like driving a boat than a car.

What is harder than driving a car? ›

Opinions differ, but overall, most people agree that driving a motorcycle is harder than driving a car. Mainly, riding a motorcycle is more difficult because you have to worry about balance, and you have to learn not to panic when something goes wrong.

Why racing is a sport? ›

Yes, racing is a sport. Dictionary.com defines a sport as “an athletic activity requiring skill or physical prowess and often of a competitive nature, as racing, baseball, tennis, golf, bowling, wrestling, boxing, hunting finishing, etc.”

Which sport takes the most skill? ›

Tenpin Bowling and swimming were considered the sports requiring the most skill. The ratings are still being recorded (this list is from December 2019), so the list order may change over time.
Top Ranked Skill Sports.
1Tenpin Bowling87.4
2Swimming (200m Free)86.9
4Water Polo85.8
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What is the most exhausting sport? ›

According to several studies about "science of muscles and movement" expert label boxing as the most demanding sport for an athlete.

What sport is hardest to go pro in? ›

Here are the top 5 hardest sports to make it pro in (statistically).
  • Ice Hockey. If you enjoy the majesty of gliding over the ice and the thrill of smashing into other adults, you might want to pursue a career in hockey. ...
  • Baseball. ...
  • Soccer. ...
  • Basketball.

What sport runs the fastest? ›

Speed Sports - the highest ranked
rankingsportrating (/10)
1Track and Field: Sprints9.88
2Speed Skating8.88
3Swimming (all strokes): Sprints7.88
4Ice Hockey7.75
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What is the fastest sport to play? ›

The fastest projectile speed in any moving ball game is c. 302km/h 188mph in Jai-Alai (Pelota). The most lethal ball of any sport, the pelota is 3/4 the size of a baseball and harder than a golf ball.

What is the hardest skill in all sports? ›

And for this very reason alone, Popular Science says that hitting a baseball is the hardest thing to do in sports. First of all, the average speed of a fastball is 90 mph. That's fast. The ball is in the "hitting zone" for less than 10 milliseconds.


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