Bubble Soccer, Mud Volleyball and Human Foosball All Part of the Wacky World of Sports on May 2


LAS VEGAS – Feb. 4, 2015 – Clark County Parks and Recreation brings the first-ever Wacky World of Sports to
Sunset Park on Saturday, May 2.  From 8 a.m. – 8 p.m., contenders and spectators can enjoy a full day of oddball athletic competition. The Wacky World of Sports will provide an out-of-mind entertainment experience to showcase the valley’s quirky athletic abilities,
hosting up to 500 teams overall in this day long quest for glory.

Las Vegas sports aficionados can participate in a variety of games including
featuring Human Derby Races, Reverse Kickball, Broom Ball, Bubble Soccer, Mud Volleyball and a Human Foosball tournament. For a complete list of event descriptions, rules, entrance fees and match times, please visit

 Registration is available now online at
www.ClarkCountyNV.gov/parks or on-site via any Clark County Parks and Recreation
community center. Team registration starts at $100 a team and costs vary based on each activity. Admission to watch is free. Team or individual registration includes an event T-shirt. Winning teams will be awarded medals and a commemorative championship T-shirt.
Families can also enjoy adult and children’s activities, rock climbing, bounce houses and food trucks from Las Vegas eateries during event hours.

 Minimum requirements to participate: All persons must be over the age of 18, have paid the registration fee, and be in good physical health, and all risk and responsibility forms
must be signed by each member of the team prior to the start of each competition. For additional information about the games, please call
(702) 455-8142.

Additional information, rules and waivers for the Wacky World of Sports can be found online at
www.ClarkCountynv.gov/parks or by calling (702) 455-8200. Clark County Parks and Recreation also can be found
on social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook by visiting

About Clark County Parks and Recreation

Clark County Parks and Recreation enriches the community through parks, programs and services while maintaining the indoor and outdoor recreation needs of Southern Nevada with more
than 1,600 of acres of parks and open play space, pools and water parks, recreation and senior centers, special events and sports and fitness and fine arts programming. Clark County Parks and Recreation takes pride in providing the community the opportunity
to live a healthy lifestyle at affordable rates while creating and maintaining friendly and fun activities for the whole family.

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