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The sack race or gunny sack race is a competitive game in which participants place both of their legs inside a sack or pillow case that reaches their waist or neck and hop forward from a starting point toward a finish line. The first person to cross the finish line is the winner of the race. In some cases the winner of these races is rewarded with a prize of some sort. 
Sack racing is traditionally seen as an activity for children. But people of any age can play in this challenging game. In schools, the sack race often takes place on Sports Day, alongside numerous other events such as the egg and spoon race. It is also a frequent pastime at fairs, and birthday parties. Sack races are also commonly seen at picnics.
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