Underwater rugby
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Learning to play underwater rugby

With the opening of a club in London for underwater rugby late last year, the BBC's Peter Okwoche decided to don his flippers and give it a go.

The sport, which originated from a German diving club during the early 1960s, is growing with a World Championship held every four years.

Each team has six players, with an underwater goal at each end of a swimming pool.

  • 05 Feb 2014
  • From the section Africa
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