The Bike Polo World Championships are in full flow in Geneva.
Teams from all over the globe are taking part in the sport, which was invented in 1998 by cyclists in Seattle.
Despite some suggestions it should be included as an Olympic discipline, Australian player Stephen Chamont says he is happy for the activity to remain as something of "an anti-sport".
"Here it's all about fun," said Chamont.
"It's like everyone here is having such a great time, and if we weren't having fun, it's great, it's an anti-sport, that's the best thing about bike polo, it's an anti-sport."