Kudu dung-spitting

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Impala dung-spitting (Bokdrol Spoeg in Afrikaans) is a sport practiced by the Afrikaner community in South Africa. In the competition small, hard pellets of dung from the Impala (a type of Antelope) are spat, with the farthest distance reached being the winner.

Impala dung-spitting is popular enough to have an annual world championship competition, with the formal sport beginning in 1994. Unlike many similar sports, the distance is measured from the marker to the place the dung pellet comes to rest, rather than where it initially hit the ground.

The world record in the sport is a distance of 15.56 metres, set in as of 2006 by Shaun van Rensburg.[1]


  1. ^ The Herald, South Africa, August 1 2006, quoted in Private Eye #1170
  • Morrison, Paul (25 September 1997) "Kudu Dung Spitting" at the Galactic Guide. Accessed 15 February 2005.