2010-05-23 @ 20:02:37
What is the IFPA? It is easy. IFPA is an organization (non profit) which is the best information web page for begginer players. You can know something about championships.

You can see there informations about footbag:
Footbag is a growing sport, originating in North America, though the sport is now played all over the world. Frequently referred to as "Hacky Sack®" (the registered trademark for a product manufactured by Wham-O, Inc.), footbag has existed as a competitive sport in several forms since 1972. There are a substantial number of footbag tournaments and festivals each year.

Competitive footbag is governed by the International Footbag Players' Association, Inc., a charitable non-profit corporation to promote footbag as an amateur competitive sport. The rules are published by the International Footbag Committee (IFC). The rule book, Rules of Footbag Sports, is available on-line and is translated (or being translated) into many popular languages.

The most popular competitive footbag sports are Footbag Net and Freestyle.

You can know something more in my blog in subject:

It is logo of this organization.

And now web page:
2010-05-11 @ 20:49:32
A footbag is a small, round bag, sometimes referred to generically as a hacky-sack. (Hacky Sack is the trademarked name of a specific type of footbag). The activity has existed for many years. There are documented examples like Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan practice and policemen are seen playing it in the 1955 movie To Catch a Thief. The current western incarnation of the sport was invented in 1972 by two men from Oregon City, Oregon, Mike Marshall and John Stalberger.[1] Marshall and Stalberger later sold the rights to the Hacky Sack to Wham-O inc in 1983.

Footbag also refers to the sports that are played with a footbag. These sports are characterized by controlling the bag by using one's feet.
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